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Aborted & Abandoned Babies

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I’m lovely, I’m cute . . .
But do not conceive me on impulse!
I’m lovely, I’m cute . . .
But do not abandon me on impulse!
I’m lovely, I’m cute . . .
But do not abort me on impulse!
I’m lovely, I’m cute . . .
But do not treat me as a lifeless object!
A lifeless object to be tossed around.
I’m lovely, I’m cute . . .
But I want your love!
I’m lovely, I’m cute . . .
But I want your attention!

Please handle me with care.
Please handle me with love.
For I am fragile.
My heart is fragile.
Fragile.
F. R. A. G. I. L. E.

Please don’t trample my future.


Inspiration On: Saturday, 5 January 2013 at 9:33pm
Inspiration On: Sunday, 6 January 2013 at 5:22am
Inspiration Ends On: Monday, 7 January 2013 at 6:50pm

When I accompanied my toddler with my husband to let him observe hamsters (not buying), a slogan gave me an inspiration. Before I leave the store, “I’m lovely, I’m cute . . . But do not buy me on impulse!” instils me an inspiration. Not knowing the inspired notion and words to write, I quickly note it down then I chase after my husband and my toddler who left the pet store. Next day is the birth of the above inspiration. It is very heartbreaking to see and hear abortion, abandonment, and murder of unwanted babies due to pregnancy out of wedlock.

Society Values

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Is freedom good for the youngsters?
Saturday, 1 January 2011

Refer: Exodus 4:5-10;5:28-30;6:6-8 (KJV)

When a teenager turns to 21 year old, they are considered adult and can make his/her own decisions. I observe that nowadays the society has changed a lot from olden days.

Olden days value the sanctity of marriage and a responsible living. This also teaches the younger generation to be more responsible in their actions and decisions. No abortion. Children are being valued as a gift. Children honour and obey their parents. The grown up children provide and take good care of their old parents.

Current society starts to allow dating couple to stay together and have intimate relationship outside married. They choose not to live with their parents. All they want is to break free from the authority figures. It is regarded independent of their parents. Not just that, they feel that they can do whatever they want. No one can restrict them. This may seem trivial to most people, but it may not be the case. Virginity is not being valued anymore. This also teaches people to be irresponsible in their marriage life and take it as a game. Divorces rate are increasing. That is why there are so many broken families. Children are hurt. More of them are abandoned. Abortion is accepted. Some mothers even murder their newly born babies. Not just that, more elderly home. Old parents are abandoned by their grown up child. The grown up child only thinks for themselves, instead of caring the old.

What is the society turning into?

In Deuteronomy 5:29 “O that there were such an heart in them, that they would fear me, and keep all my commandments always, that it might be well with them, and with their children for ever!” speaks about God’s heart. The reason of His commandments is meant for the well-being of ourselves and our future generations. Our authoritative figure who knows what is right and wrong may rebuke us when we are children, but it is meant for our own good. During young times, we feel restricted in what we do, but it is meant for our own good.

What I mean is not all conservative traditions are correct such as being superstitious. But their values about living, marriage, and commitment are good for us.

The best guidance for our lives can be found in God’s Word.

Prayer: Heavenly Father, thank You for letting me to grow up in a conservative family. I’m thankful for my parents to guide me with their value system. This shapes my value system and the decisions that I make. As I think back of my parents’ disciplines, now I’m thankful for it.