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Wednesday, October 11, 2006

Convictions: They Never Go Away

Throughout my life, I have been convicted by many outside viewpoints of the acception of different real-life situations. I find myself opposing the abortions of unborn fetuses. Because of my belief, I am labeled as an anti-abortionist. I believe that a fetus possesses similar characteristics of a human being. Therefore, it should be considered a child and have a right to inherit life. Expecting mothers that decide to abort their unborn child evidently don't perceive this fetus as a developing human that is solely a part of them.

Personally, an abortion is just a method used for escape of responsibility and consequences. When expecting mothers and fathers feel as though they are incapable of supporting a child, for one reason or another, their first resort is abortion. Although the lack of a stable support system is a legitimate reason for not keeping a child, taking its life has no justification. A child's future relyed on their parents' poor judgment. I feel it is my obligation to obtain this state of mind. Even though this human is not quite tangible, once born, its value and worth is unknown.

1 Comments:

  • K,
    You are a good writer. Sometimes though, in this case:
    "I feel it is my obligation to obtain this state of mind. Even though this human is not quite tangible, once born, its value and worth is unknown." it isn't quite clear.

    Perhaps you could reword this statement and use it next week on your posts.

    MB

    By Blogger Garrett Jackson, at 2:43 PM  

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