I believe with all my heart that hope, without action, will always leave you with nothing but a handful of nothing. I hope and pray to live to see a world without abortion. I also know that I can’t just sit by and hope that someone else stands up for the world’s unborn children. I write my letters and posts to raise awareness and, quite frankly, to point a finger at those in the business of killing babies for money and those who enable and support them. I don’t live my life hoping that those who feel that a woman has the right to have her baby killed will magically change their minds and like me. I really don’t care if they like me. My one and only goal with my work is to save children.
At my age I can look back and see how much my country and the world has changed in the span of my 60 years. I’ve learned the hard way that if you don’t stand for something, you’ll fall for anything. I’ve watched heroes like Martin Luther King, Jr. give everything for a worthy cause and gained inspiration from their sacrifices. I’ve seen how one person can change the world and I know in my heart each of us can do the same. I know that setting a goal, visualizing its achievement, and working every day towards its fruition will lead to your goal.
My hope is that abortion will be a thing of the past in the very near future. My vision is a world where every unborn child is recognized for what it is; a living human being. Working to save children is a worthy cause and I know that I will receive help from people I don’t even know. I know that whatever I have to sacrifice to reach my goal will be worth it. I know that the One who watches all will be watching over me. His work must truly be ours and He will guide us toward good.
As goes America, so goes the world. That’s why I want to end abortion in America first. I’m annoying China and other international child killers while I fight for America’s unborn children, but I want to clean up my own backyard first. The thousands of children America’s abortion industry kills every day deserve their chance to make the most of the gift of life they have been given. By necessity, they have to rely on others to protect them and to fight against those who wish to harm them. As a country, if we refuse to protect our children, the consequences of our inaction will be severe and deserved. As individuals, if we fail to take action to protect the unborn, the consequences will be severe and deserved. Our unborn children don’t know what hope is, but they have none if those of us who can, fail to take action.
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Hope is a great thing if you’re willing to work for the things you hope for. When I wrote this piece in July of 2014 I had hope that abortion would end in my lifetime. I still hold that hope and I’m working to achieve the one thing I feel called to do. Our unborn children don’t know what hope is, and without the help of those of us willing to help, they never will.