Peace begins in the womb
The most dangerous place in the world is not Iraq, Afghanistan, Sudan or the Congo. The most dangerous place in the world these days is the womb. Pre-born babies are being killed in what is supposed to be a haven -- the safest and most secure place around -- at a greater rate than any other section of society.
This coming Sunday, October 2, is International Life Chain Sunday. Life Chains have been held every year since 1987 in the USA and since 1992 in South Africa. Officially, over 440,000 babies have been killed through abortion in South Africa since February 1, 1997 – legally.
The Life Chains will be one of the positive ways that we can stand up for the sanctity of life and speak up for the right to life of pre-born babies. In Cape Town, South Africa, everyone is enjoined to gather at the entrance to the Waterfront in Buitengracht Street, downtown Cape Town at 1:45 pm.
This is one positive and practical why by which those who have been given the chance to be born can "speak up for those who cannot speak up for themselves."
posted by sunnyday at 8:16 AM
Love this. I really do. :)
The new idea that you presented is really an eye-opener.
I hope more women would realize this. The moment the baby is conceived, the woman becomes a mother. And a mother is supposed to act like a mother - a life-giver, a life-saver.
I hope more and more people actively advocate "making the womb a safer place," as rockforlife.org used to say.
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