I won 300 dollars on a scratch-off today. Monday when I volunteer I will donate that money for formula, maybe help a young woman with her medical bills, diapers, clothes, or maybe food. I know it’s only 300 dollars, but it’s something. You’re right. I am pro-birth, I don’t think that’s a negative connotation.
You know, it’s possible to care equally about people in different stages of life. Like…I care equally for a 3 month old AND a 60 year old women. Infant and elder. Both equally important individuals with a right to life.
And I do help people that are already born. Do you? Do you get some magical free pass at helping born children because well, if they need help you can just say “welp, should’ve aborted, sorry!” Anyway, last week we raised a little over 2,000 dollars in donations! That went to women and their born children. I even helped decide where that money should go. I was so happy that women in our local community were being helped that I cried. It was so moving and uplifting to help people in need.
I don’t know why wanting women to protect and nurture their vulnerable children is such a radical idea. I don’t know why pregnancy and the miracle of creating and protecting life from within is being turned into a disease.
Do unto others as you would want done to you. Stand for life. Stand for your child’s life. That is all that matters.
“I don’t know why pregnancy and the miracle of creating and protecting life from within is being turned into a disease.”
Let me help you to understand in one succinct word: selfishness.
In fact, the entire ideology driving the inhuman act of aborting a living child is founded on selfishness and the underlying fear of responsibility.
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