As more horrors are exposed from behind the scenes of Planned Parenthood, the pro-choice community started a campaign, #ShoutYourAbortion. Their desperation has hit a new low, but it doesn't surprise me. Those claiming to have no regrets about their abortion(s) want to encourage others to join them. As the old saying goes, "Misery loves company."
I read a few of the tweets associated with that hashtag and the following questions popped into my head to those women celebrating their abortions.
1) Can you honestly say you don't think about the abortion, wonder what you would have had or what that child would have looked like?
2) Can you honestly say you don't, from time to time, look at other children and think, "Mine would have been that age."
3) If you had to write a letter to your aborted child about why you chose to abort, what would you say? Especially if you had other children before or after.
4) Would you be able to admit honestly sacrificing his/her life for yours was worth it?
5) Would you be able to say, in all honesty, you walked out of the clinic, feeling liberated and empowered?
By no means am I being judgmental. As you already know, I am post abortive, and I have answered those questions. It's why I'm inspired to fight for the lives of the unborn and the hearts and souls of women contemplating an abortion. It's why I reach out to those secretly suffering ... afraid to step out into the light of forgiveness and truth.
The last question is more of a "what if": I wonder if the women celebrating their abortions would feel differently if they set aside their pro-choice ideology just for a while --- and make a concerted effort to objectively watch the undercover videos, watch The Sidewalk Chronicles, listen to testimonies of post-abortive women and/or attend a post abortion healing program?
One final thought: