Things are so backward, up-side-down and twisted, aren't they?!!! Only God can help us get it right.
February 1 is our son's 28th bday...he called me yesterday with the happy news that their baby on the way is a boy. God in our hearts and society is far more powerful than the federal government.
How sad...but we know who wins in the end! Life is precious & protected by God Almighty! We must Fight for Life! :)
It's quite bizarre when you think about it I agree with previous comments also ;-(Have a lovely week & thanks for stopping by ;-)
All life is sacred.Jane x
says much about us what we choose to protect....and for whose good we do it...
We have lost our way. And we are suffering for our choices.
It is a point well made.
You have it right on the mark!
I just wanted to let you know that I loved your comment on my WW- so much truth- to the core of my being it bothers me that children are a choice in our culture...I'll never understand it, but I will pray for those making these choices and for the lives lost. Happy WW
One of the better arguments for legal protection of unborn children I have ever seen...and I've spent time on both sides of that argument.
Sad reality. :(Anyway, would you mind if you link up posts in my blog? It's about special people in our lives. Hope you'll visit back. Thanks. http://iwrightleia.blogspot.com/2013/01/special-people-in-our-lives.html
It's really wordless I am even speechless!Aree With Umbrella
When I was in high school I gave a speech in my speech class about how a person can be fined $10,000 and face jail time for harming an eagle's egg but human eggs (fetuses) can be killed and all citizens are forced to help pay for it. WTH?????We are so messed up.
So True !
It is a very sad situation. Human fetus must be protected too.
That is sad but true! The world is turned upside down and call it democracy!
That says a lot about the world we live in. These days there is really no respect for human life. There is even a diminishing respect for each other. Very sad...
So sad...we protect animals yet let our own go unprotected. sad world we live in. Laura@MiceInTheKitchen
I still live in Thailand,(soon will move to state)our law protect fetus(human), it complicate and sensitive to talk about this things in our country.BTW,Thank you for joy my wordless Wednesday blog hop,Please feel free to drop by often,Nanhttp://www.blogshe.net
So sad, but so true...
Says it all . . .
Those are all endangered species. Humans are not!
What? As far as I am concerned, as soon as some other person believes they have the right to end my life when they choose to do so, I consider myself endangered!
Endangered as in nearly extinct. There are plenty of humans on this Earth. If your life is endangered, you should seek help for yourself.
Not sure I understand your point. Are you saying that we should not kill Piping Plover eggs because then there might not be any more Piping Plovers on earth, but it is okay to kill human beings because there will still be plenty more human beings on this earth?
Wow!!!!! Extremely effective. Whoever thought of this is a genius.
Annmarie, Somebody needs to declare us an 'endangered species'!! Take Care, Big Daddy Dave
Great WW - people do not realize this!! Show this to as many friends as you can - just copy this comment to your clipboard and paste it into an email message stating: click or paste this link for a picture worth a thousand words: http://raisingahappyfamily-momof8.blogspot.com/2013/01/wordless-wednesday_30.html#comment-form
Doesn't that bring tears to your eyes? xo Diana
WOW...wow...wow. That's all I can say. This post really drives it home. It really does.WOW.Bravo.
How can this be???? The accountability when we face our Maker will be staggering!Mary Alice
Sad sad sad....
Wow that was startling to read!
So messed up. I've blogged about this before and posted on Facebook about it. I'm still boggled by some of the responses I received. It's as if some people refuse to really think about it.
It's sad, isn't it?
Okay, I thought I wrote a comment, but I guess it disappeared when I followed you below. Well, this here does not surprise me as to what you posted. Thanks for the wake up call!
Thanks for stopping by, and dang talk about a wake up to reality, but this does not surprise me I must say! I have one for you. Did you know that S.I.D.S. back in 1977 did not receive funding from the government for research because it wasn't a disease? When I inquired (my daughter passed from SIDS that year) why it hasn't been proclaimed or passed as a disease their answer was... (brace yourself) BABIES DON'T VOTE!!! I was ROYALLY TICKED to put it mildly. Long story short in 1991 a law was passed that it was & the foundation started receiving government funding. You see they realized Parents, Grandparents, aunts, uncles etc. DO VOTE!!! The rest is history... Ooops it didn't delete my comment. Have a great day. FOLLOWING YOU!
Wow, stunning food for thought.
No words for such travesty.
Harsh reality but so true! Great post...so few words yet so much impact!
Great WW posting! Very powerful visual indeed!
I agree- super powerful! While I may not agree with everyone's opinion, I truly believe that the world needs to take a closer look at ourselves and what our priorities are.-AngelaNew follower from Friday Connection Social Hop!http://edgeofinsane.blogspot.com
America seems to caught up in a culture that is so on SELF!! Praying with you for God to work in the hearts of our leaders, people and for me to understand those who do not think like me.
Wow this is definitely something to ponder. Thanks for sharing! and thanks for visiting my blog earlier. I'm now following you as well :)-Shaina
WOW, sad but unfortunately true!Kathyhttp://gigglingtruckerswife.blogspot.com
That is a very powerful message! I just read a powerful poem by my 14 year-old daughter about being aborted (she wrote it in first person as if it happened to her). I'm glad we don't believe that abortion is an option, because if we did, there's the chance that I would have gotten rid of my fourth child. Imagine life without our little girl, Amanda! She has only made life richer for us even though I was miserable during my pregnancy and emotionally not ready for another one.Thanks for leaving a comment on my blog! I'm glad you have a rescue dog that is wonderful. Our SPCA dog is also one of the best dogs, he doesn't chase cats or rabbits. He's super sweet. Our kitten was found, in case you haven't heard. Visit my blog to read the story at http://abooksandmore.blogspot.com
This is a profound and sad poster.