A Baby’s Sacred Until They’re Born

There are lots of opinions about abortion, and lots of passion. The one thing I rarely hear about, though, is the sacredness of human life after pregnancy is over. It ends up being that this is a society that cares more about a fetus than about a baby, more about a fetus than just about anyone.

This isn’t a new issue. In a culture that has often despised taking care of the weak and the poor and the helpless, it is no wonder that many have scoffed at the notion of our having a communal desire and obligation to take care of babies. To take care of babies in the context of…

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Carol Smaldino

A psychotherapist, a New Yorker living between Colorado and Italy (in good times) I am passionate about the role of emotions and awareness for evolving,sanity