September 20, 2009 8:51pm CST
I’m crying, I can´t bear the thought anymore. We’ve been praying the Hail Mary, the long version which includes begging forgiveness for your ancestors´ sins, baptising aborted children, protecting us from evil spells. As always, it softens me up, quite a trip. To be constantly reminded of your own death, partucularly when I just barely escaped it. The realization hits me, I have abandoned my children ! I break down. The creature, sly as always, pretends to bear with me, patiently. Yet she insists: why don’t you share your pain? Drooling, the creatures awaits yet another chance to humiliate. I hesitate, faith is fastly disappearing, I smell evil – yet I tell . A face of feigned compassion hoovers over mine, and the voice says: see, NOW you understand how I feel about my children. Another one below the waistline – nothing surprises me anymore. But I´m still alive. Truth or Fiction?
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• United States
23 Sep 09
Is this truth and are you talking about your wife? Is she a woman who pretends to care about you, by constantly asking what's wrong, yet she doesn't really? Or you feel she doesn't really. If it's about you always being gone cause you were working, unfortunately, that's life. One has to make the choice between being there for your kids, or putting food on the table so they don't starve. We had to do it all our lives. Our daughter suffered for it. She's an adult now, and just as much of a workaholic as we were (not by choice). You either work when you're told, or you don't work at all. Not everyone can choose what they will or won't do. Some choices aren't really choices at all, just which evil can you tolerate.
• United Kingdom
21 Sep 09
Is this about an aborted baby? I think that a baby in pregnancy is an innocent one that shouldn't be aborted. I read about a lady that survived an abortion. Her mother was seven and a half months pregnant in an abortion clinic. The baby was born and stayed alive. Luckily a nurse sent the baby to hospital. She baby was adopted to a loving and caring parent. Know she is grown up and is an author.