And well they should ...
As did I when reading this. Truly an angel. God rest his soul.
This grown man wept.
God teaches us through the most unusual ways. Look at all the love this childbrought and how he brought out the best in everyone he met.
This is a story that should help people understand the moral choice is against abortion. LIFE wants to LIVE, and once conceived it is LIFE, a human life, and no matter the conditions it finds itself in, LIFE will still seek to LIVE, until it’s time has come to pass on.
To call any human life disposable, because it is inconvenient, is immoral and even an atheist who understands honest science about human conception should see that.
This story is bringing out the best in the Freepers also.
Suddenly got very dusty in here.
He’s in heaven but he’s not an angel. As a resurrected human he is above the angels. He is a son.
What a sweet story. I daresay I have something in eye my as well.
...my screen is suddenly all blurry...
(I have NO problems...)
(Refugee From CT, now in NC — and glad of it)
As Christ put it, the poor we will always have with us.
Human effort and treasure are the limit on what we can do, and with our modern ideas of insurance, a model that never was expected to embrace the worst of the worst to the theoretical limits of capability, it becomes harder.
And yet ironically when we care enough for life, we are also less preoccupied with leaving it. Because we lift life close enough to heaven that it’s no longer seen as an arduous journey in between. Maybe even on the mortal plane, being minded to save children in situations like this balances off in others worrying less about milking every last second out of their own lives at the end.