It'd be nice to forget about me - me is pretty stressful. I think I'd rather he didn't come over.
I put the word common in quotes, as it would seem "Common Sense" has very much flipped - it is now UNCOMMON SENSE. My plea with this post is, as always, the life of unborn children. Let's begin. Respectfully, I would like an answer from those who support abortion in the following questions: 1) At least 23 states … Continue reading The Test of “Common” Sense
This life will end before we know it
To truly care. . .
People are often wrong. There are substantial numbers (millions and millions for you specific's people) of abortions performed each year. Some say this is their body, and their right, others cry genocide. The drastic differences in opinion demand resolve. Abortion is not an issue where people can celebrate their differences and wave a rainbow … Continue reading Human Life – How your mom turns you into a human being. (Part 2)
An opinion on opinions.
Once I told Mother to name my baby brother rocking-chair . . .
I tried to go to bed tonight. I was looking for some sleep. But sleep evaded me, and my mind began swirling. Perhaps it's the quiet. Or the dark. . . for some reason, my mind is clearer. And I become overwhelmed. Many times it's life stuff, like school assignments, or an unsure work schedule. … Continue reading It’s a baby. . . So what?
I recently had a discussion about abortion. The opposing party went through the pro-choice routine. Woman's health, some parents can't care for kids, what about rape, bodily autonomy. My response? Cool, cool. . . But those things don't justify killing a baby. I went on to explain a conundrum with the pro-choice/pro-life discussion. Practice vs … Continue reading Killing Babies – Practice vs. Principle
Debunking a common evasive maneuver by abortion supporters