It’s been years since I read a book in 4 hours straight, but it’s 1:00 am and I just did. There was no putting this book down:
I loved the overwhelming message in this book that encourages us to be kind and loving to everyone, no matter where they fall on this debate. Each side really does firmly believe they are doing what is right, and most are good-hearted people. I’ve found that to be true in my own interactions with friends who are pro-choice. I’ve also found that, similar to this author, many who are pro-choice have had abortions themselves. If you think that you don’t know anyone who has had an abortion, you couldn’t be more wrong. I’ll bet many of your close friends, or even your sisters, have had abortions. It is very very common. This doesn’t mean they are “bad” people by any means. Instead they unknowingly have been taken in by all the messages society has beat into our generation. Others felt there was just no other way.
To those who have had abortions:
Whether you’re one of my readers, or maybe even my friend or relative, know that I am not judging you in the least. I used to be deceived and think it was OK, too. I easily could’ve been in your shoes, and my life hasn’t been perfect either. Please read this book, and then know that if you are sorry, God will forgive you faster than you can ask.
If you need help dealing with the emotional trauma of your abortion, visit this site.