Should I Have An Abortion

Too many people are fast to condemn others, often they do not know the background of that person or about the facts that occurred to that person.

A person facing a traumatic experience or even a life changing event has it not always so easy as many think to make a choice.

Every child, every life is important. Every future of a human being is also important.

People having to make an important step in their life she should remind herself of the choice she’s already made to leave a bad relationship or to what happened unwanted in her life.
It is good that there are organisations ready to help those who have many life questions.
They are needed to create the place where there can be trust. A listening ear and understanding.

Any organisation or person has to have as much respect for the unborn human life but also for the human person who has to live with her ordeal.

It is important that whatever the person decides to do beforehand she has received all the information she has to know and has get to know the pro’s and the con’s. We must know that when she decides whether or not to have this child, all the knowledge and the feelings she’s experienced in her life up to this point will have helped her to choose.

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loving children + always wanted them + determined not to have her children suffer through poverty & unhappy circumstances the way she and her siblings did

abusive relationship

currently in school + unemployed

having endometriosis => have difficulty getting pregnant

to have a healthy mother + father not possible right now

need for a stable career

concerned about the karmic implications of abortion > she’d prefer this soul return to her at a time when she can offer it a beautiful life with a beautiful father.

leaving an abusive relationship = a giant step

there’s no right or wrong

to pay attention to the way she feels when she thinks each thought

Follow the feeling of happiness, of love, of relief, and know that she’ll have lessons either way she chooses.

The key is to follow the better feeling thought.

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Preceding articles:

Fear, struggles, sadness, bad feelings and depression

It continues to be a never ending, exhausting battle for survival.

Whoopi Goldberg commandments and abortion

My Choice (by Jezabel Jonson)

The Real ‘Choice’

“They Told Me What I Wanted To Hear” – Real Abortion Stories

The Things We Carry, by Penny

Hillary Clinton Says Religious Beliefs About Abortion Have to be Changed

Freedom and amendments, firearms and abortions

If the baby is part of the woman’s body…

Not an easy decision to make

Stop Burning Rape Survivors at the Stake

How to heal after childhood sexual abuse

“Til It Happens To You” by Lady Gaga

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Ask The Council

This post is about questions from a reader named S. who’s learned she’s pregnant. She loves children, always wanted them, and has been determined not to have her children suffer through poverty and unhappy circumstances the way she and her siblings did.

She left the father of the fetus the day before she learned she was pregnant because the relationship was an abusive one. S. says she’s currently in school and unemployed. Recently she was told by her doctor she has endometriosis and will have difficulty getting pregnant.

S. says she’s confused. She’s aware other spiritualists say it’s bad to abort a fetus unless it’s with a loving intention. She’d like her child to have a healthy mother and father, she knows this isn’t possible right now, and feels the need for a stable career.

Just days before she learned she was pregnant S. felt great comfort in her decision to leave her ex-boyfriend, and…

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