After hearing about Planned Parenthood selling of fetal body parts I was reminded of what Saint Mother Theresa said: “We must not be surprised when we hear of murders, of killings, of wars, of hatred. If a mother can kill her own child, what is left but for us to kill each other.”
How I wish we were surprised by all manner of killing.
She also has said of abortion that it shows how well a society cares for all of it’s citizens. We must now realize that abortion is genocide.
I was a past director of Project Rachel. I worked with women who had abortions. One of the speakers, MaryJo Thayer, said: “that women do go to have abortions as something they look forward to, they do it because they feel trapped.” And that is so true.
If we want abortions to stop we must be willing as a society to give these young women alternatives, help them find the counseling they need, jobs, homes, daycare, education.
We must change the thinking from this will ruin their life to, it may delay goals, but life does get better. Being a mom isn’t a curse, it’s a blessing. You will become more powerful, more you than you could ever know.
We need to support not condemn.
It wounds me to the soul when I hear of faith-filled school who have policies of expelling young pregnant students. Where is the compassion in that! Those young girls are looking for help! Compassion!
It wounds me to the quick to think of how these moms must feel now that the news is filled with Planned Parenthood’s action.
I stood in there at the capitol thinking of all the women, all the children. Praying for them. Praying for us.