Saturday, September 22, 2012

Abortion: It's Not Just a Woman's Issue

         "Yet there is one thing that seems to link together all men who face the long-term effects of abortion: a horrific sense of loss.  Deep within the soul of every man who's been involved in abortion, a truth repeats itself:  the life of my child, the fruit of my own body, has been lost.  And that is not the only thing.  In the aftershock of this terrible event, a man soon comes to realize:  The life I could have had -- the husband, the father, the man I could have been -- is lost."

Guy Condon and David Hazard, Fatherhood Aborted  (p. 9)

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