My Nomination for Mother of the Year

I am sad to say that I have been getting a slew of hate mail recently. I won’t even repeat the horrible, sick things that were said about me and Faith… even though I know none of it is true, it hurts me deeply. I don’t understand why these people are attacking me… I don’t know how people can be so full of hatred for a mother and her baby.

~ Myah Walker, “Hurt

Imagine that you are 19 and pregnant.  Now what?  Do you get an abortion?  Now, imagine you are 19 weeks into your pregnancy, and the doctor tells you, “There is something wrong with the baby’s head.”  Do you keep it?

It takes a saint to keep a baby that is supposedly without a brain.  Usually, the condition is fatal.  The baby typically dies within hours.  Some may survive a number of weeks.  Baby Faith is now 11 weeks old, which is truly a miracle.

None of us know how long we have.  Even healthy babies get sick and die suddenly.  Does that make one’s life worth more than the other?  My own mother died just over 7 years ago.  She hadn’t even retired yet.  A single car crash was all it took.  One of the things we never know is how long we have to spend with our loved ones.  The fact that a life might be shortened should make that life more precious, don’t you think?

I suppose it should not be surprising that those who believe in a cruel god like survival of the fittest would be so intolerant of others, especially if one’s actions are actually based upon their beliefs in a supreme being.  To the Darwinian, you are a hypocrite if you don’t follow exactly what you say you believe and you are a fool if you do.  There is no winning with intolerance and hatred that they spew out.

It takes guts to follow through with your convictions in a world gone mad.  Myah Walker has my admiration.  Since my own mother is no longer here, I don’t think she would have minded if I were to nominate Myah Walker as Mother of the Year.

It is time to Open Your Eyes to the holocaust that is abortion.

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  1. John D Carmack

    I almost forgot to post a link that got my attention that lists some other mothers who made difficult decisions: http://washingtontimes.com/news/2009/may/10/mothers-choosing-not-abort-children-disabilities/

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