Hey everyone! It's been a while since I've last posted, mainly due to finding a passion (cars and racing) and working a lot.
*I'm not here to intentionally cause any trouble or to make anyone upset. I'm only posting because this is a topic that hits home to me, so please don't try to argue or debate with me. I will admit that I will be the first one to put a fist through a wall if things get heated. However, just take what I say as it is and leave it be. Thank you*
First and foremost, I'm a 22 year old male that was adopted out of Chicago. I was raised in an INCREDIBLE family that offered love, support, knowledge, faith, and of course, the usual childhood spankings. LOL
A little back story: My biological mom was 16 and my biological dad was 17. I was born 6 weeks premature and could not eat or breathe on my own. During the pregnancy my biological birth mom took various over the counter drugs that you aren't supposed to take while being pregnant. Had abortions been a little more "mainstream" back then...I would have probably been aborted as well.
I suppose that I'll start off by saying that I firmly believe that abortion is wrong. The way I see it is that the nanosecond the sperm and egg meet, a new life has begun. If God didn't feel that a new life should be conceived, he would have found other ways to not let it happen.
If you are going to indulge in sex, then you should be responsible for the resulting actions. Just as you are responsible for the consequences of drinking and driving.
However, I will say that I honestly do not know what to think about the whole situation on saving the mothers life by aborting the baby.
Look at it this way. The baby that you aborted could have been the person to find a cure for AIDs or cancer. Heck, he/she might have been the one to end poverty. Yet, you'll never know because you decided to play "god" and end his/her life prematurely.
Ok, so what if the baby will be mentally challenged or have a deformity? Once again, it's not your call to say who lives and dies. Sometimes you have to realize that although the initial outlook might seem bad, there might be a blessing in disguise.
In my eyes, whether in good or bad, you have to play the cards that you've been dealt to the best of your ability.
Some of you might be wondering why I haven't touched on the subject of rape and abortion. To be completely honest, I feel that if I told you how I feel about it that there might be some turmoil created, so I'd rather just leave it alone.
In the end, when you are standing in front of St. Peter at Heavens Gates watching your life...only God will be the one to judge you.
"I am who I am today, because of the choices I made yesterday."
*Once again, I'm not here to upset anyone nor to call anyone out. These are simply my opinions. I do, however, get very hot headed on this subject matter, so if you think otherwise please don't argue with me. I don't feel like fighting.*