Anyone that knows me, knows that my life revolves around my 2 grandsons. Time spent with them is the most valuable commodity I can think of. When I wrote this piece in February of 2015, my oldest grandson had just celebrated his 4th birthday. I find it amazing that both my grandsons didn’t exist a few short years ago, and now that they are here, the world will never be the same.
In less than 3 weeks, America has a choice to make. Do we choose for President a woman who is the abortion industry’s best friend, or a man who believes in the sanctity of life and wants to overturn Roe v Wade? Its an easy choice for me; as it should be for everyone who was allowed to be born.
Last week we celebrated my oldest grandson’s 4th birthday. I find it miraculous that a little over 4 years ago he didn’t exist, and now I can’t imagine life without him. That’s what life is; a miracle. Out of nothingness comes a new life, and the world changes every time another heart begins to beat. I’m fascinated by the animating life force that makes our hearts beat, allows virtually every cell in our bodies to die and be replaced every few months, and even makes our hair turn gray; all with no conscious effort on our part. I’m intrigued that this life force can’t be created by man even though we can destroy it.
I accept the gift of life I was given as an opportunity to use my time on earth to find my purpose and to exercise my free will to pursue it. My children and grandsons remind…
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