Sunday, October 31, 2010

A Baby - A Life - Is Not A Choice

A beautiful pro-life video reminding all that life is a gift, not a choice. In this time when a life has been given "choice over" be sure to chose wisely. Life at the beginning of its time or at its end is sacred. Pro-life choices are made every day for your life as well and the lives of others in your life and world. There are too many abortions and it is time to stop the madness.

"Men tend to take abortion lightly; they regard it as one of the numerous hazards imposed on women by malignant nature, but fail to realise fully the values involved. The woman who has recourse to abortion is disowning feminine values, her values, and at the same time is in most radical fashion running counter to the ethics established by men. Her whole moral universe is being disrupted....[H]ow could they fail to feel an inner mistrust of the presumptuous principles that men publicly proclaim and secretly disregard? They learn to believe no longer in what men say when they exalt woman or when they exalt man; the one thing they are sure of is this rifled and bleeding womb, these shreds of crimson life, this child that is not there."

Simone de Beauvoir




Friday, October 15, 2010

Eduardo Verastegui Pro Life Message


A pro life message and call to end abortion. Here is a little bit about Eduardo from IMDB. Born and raised in Xicotencatl, Tamaulipas, a tiny village in Northern Mexico, Verástegui was the son of a sugar cane farmer. At the age of 18, he left his small town and headed to Mexico City to pursue a career in entertainment. Twelve years later, Eduardo had toured the world as a singer in the Mexican pop sensation Kairo and as an acclaimed solo recording artist, performing sold-out concerts in over 13 countries. Starring in five highly-rated "telenovelas" (Spanish soap operas) for Televisa (broadcast in over 19 countries), he has also been featured on hundreds of international magazine covers including People En Español which voted him one of 50 Most Beautiful People. Verástegi has appeared opposite Jennifer Lopez in one of her most famous music videos "Ain't it funny!" as well as in an international television commercial promoting her self-titled commercial fragrances. In 2001, Verástegui was on a flight from Miami to Los Angeles when he was approached by the V.P. of Casting at 20th Century Fox for the studio's first ever Latino-driven film "Chasing Papi" and won the starring role. He subsequently co-starred in an indie film called "Meet Me In Miami" and has appeared in such primetime television series as "CSI:Miami, " "Charmed," and "Karen Cisco". In 2004, following an inspiration to transform his image, Verástegui left his agency and management and teamed with director Alejandro Monteverde and producer Leo Severino to form Metanoia Films, a company committed to projects that entertain, engage and inspire. This pro-life choice video is one of these inspirational projects.

Sunday, June 20, 2010

Fetal Development

A video showing the stages of fetal development. When we remove the politics and debate from the picture, we are left with one thing, a choice between life or death.

"Non-violence leads to the highest ethics, which is the goal of all evolution. Until we stop harming all other living beings, we are still savages."

Thomas Alva Edison





Miracle of Life, Anti Abortion, Fetal Development Pro-life, - The funniest bloopers are right here


"Guilty? Yes. No matter what the motive, love of ease, or a desire to save from suffering the unborn innocent, the woman is awfully guilty who commits the deed. It will burden her conscience in life, it will burden her soul in death; But oh, thrice guilty is he who drove her to the desperation which impelled her to the crime!"

Susan B. Anthony

Monday, May 17, 2010

Born at 27 Weeks - Roman's Incredible Journey Sarah McLachlan Angel

A beautiful video set to Sarah Mclachlan' Angel. A touching and appropriate song for a pro life video. Watch the video and enjoy.



Angel lyrics

Spend all your time waiting for that second chance
For the break that will make it ok
There's always some reason to feel not good enough
And it's hard at the end of the day
I need some distraction oh beautiful release
Memories seep from my veins
They may be empty and weightless and maybe
I'll find some peace tonight

In the arms of an Angel fly away from here
From this dark, cold hotel room, and the endlessness that you fear
You are pulled from the wreckage of your silent reverie
You're in the arms of an Angel; may you find some comfort here

So tired of the straight line, and everywhere you turn
There's vultures and thieves at your back
The storm keeps on twisting, you keep on building the lies
That you make up for all that you lack
It don't make no difference, escaping one last time
It's easier to believe
In this sweet madness, oh this glorious sadness
That brings me to my knees

In the arms of an Angel far away from here
From this dark, cold hotel room, and the endlessness that you fear
You are pulled from the wreckage of your silent reverie
In the arms of an Angel; may you find some comfort here

You're in the arms of an Angel; may you find some comfort here


"But despite their differences of nature and moral gravity, contraception and abortion are often closely connected, as fruits of the same tree. It is true that in many cases contraception and even abortion are practised under the pressure of real- life difficulties, which nonetheless can never exonerate from striving to observe God's law fully. Still, in very many other instances such practices are rooted in a hedonistic mentality unwilling to accept responsibility in matters of sexuality, and they imply a self-centered concept of freedom, which regards procreation as an obstacle to personal fulfilment. The life which could result from a sexual encounter thus becomes an enemy to be avoided at all costs, and abortion becomes the only possible decisive response to failed contraception."
~ Pope John Paul II

Saturday, March 20, 2010

Melissa Ohden - A Survivors Story

A feminist for life, Melissa Ohden, tells her story of surviving a saline solution abortion attempt on her life. She talks about how she could have become angry but has chosen to be grateful. She believes she deserved better than abortion and the 3,700 lives lost to abortion each day in the US deserved better as well. Watch her tell her inspirational and moving story.





"Now, the baby I aborted was eleven weeks old, and can you imagine what this did to me when I saw this baby with the hands and face, sucking his thumbs? And they told me it was a cluster of cells!" 


Carole K, State Director of Women exploited by Abortion.

Amy Charlton - A Mother Tells How Her Mother Tried To Abort Her Three Times

Amy Charlton tells her story that she survived three attempts of abortion by her mother. Her life was almost legally taken three times. Below is the text of her account of the story.

In September of 1975, a woman discovered that she was pregnant. Things were very difficult for her, as she was raising two sons, six and 15 years old. Their father had walked out on them and refused to help care for the boys financially, or in any other way. The only alternative for this woman, it seemed, was to abort this unexpected baby. After all, she could barely afford to feed the children she already had.

Between the months of September 1975 and January 1976, this woman had three therapeutic abortions in an attempt to rid herself of the unborn baby. These abortions, also known as a "salting out procedure" are performed by injecting a very large syringe into the woman's abdomen, removing a certain amount of amniotic fluid out of the womb, and then injecting three times the amount of saline back in, thus "burning" the baby out. For reasons only God knows, these abortions did not take and on April 21, 1976, two months premature, her baby was born. The child was perfect and healthy, weighing four pounds, five ounces.

Unfortunately on March 16, 1977, the mother passed away, less than a year after her baby girl was born. After the woman's death, the infant's father and paternal grandmother took custody of the baby and her two brothers. As this baby girl grew up, her father told her about the three abortions she had undergone in her mother's womb but this little girl never believed him, as she assumed that if a baby is aborted, he or she could not possibly survive.

The truth only came to this girl when she was eighteen years old, married, and approximately five months pregnant with her first child. This girl needed and soon obtained her mother's medical records from the hospital that had treated her. Imagine her utter shock as she read about how her mother tried to terminate her unborn child three times. As the young girl read the medical documents, the new life inside of her was stirring and kicking as if to say "Mommy please don't get any ideas."

Today this young woman is 25 years old and is raising a family of her own. She is healthy and normal in every way, with no physical deformities of any kind.

I am the child that I have been writing about. My mother had no right to try and abort me, no matter what the circumstances were, no matter how inconvenient her pregnancy was. And if she was here with us today, I'm sure she would agree. Life is too precious to simply throw away. Now I can speak out against abortion from the baby's perspective. Any baby would choose life.

Friday, March 19, 2010

Roe V. Wade



"It seems to be clear as daylight that abortion would be a crime." 
Mahatma Gandhi

Jane Roe Of Roe V. Wade

Jane Roe (Norma McCorvey) of the landmark Roe v. Wade  talks about her change to a pro life advocate. Norma has become an advocate for the unborn. "But, my life has been restored to me, and I now have the privilege of speaking for those who cannot speak for themselves". She now supports natural conception through natural death.


How Valuable is Life?

Need a real world example of why pro life is such an important cause? Hi, meet me. My name is Chet McDoniel, and in 1980, I was born with no arms. Why is the pro life cause so important to me? Well, in some countries, I would have been killed within minutes of being born just because I looked different.

But the United States is a civilized nation, and we don't practice such barbaric ideas as murdering because someone looks different than everyone else. We don't abort babies because they will be handicapped. I wish I could say that with pride about my country.

My dad tells that in the delivery room, I was placed in a corner of the room after having the customary post-birth suction, etc, done. I was left alone in that corner and for lack of a better way to put it, I was given a chance to die.

Now, that was in 1980, but the fact remains that a doctor made the decision that my life may not be worth living. What gives one human the right to determine whether or not another human should live? Could he know then, that as a thirty year-old, I would have a wife, daughter, and live a rich, full life?

The question of abortion has come up in my life as my parents have been asked if they would have chosen abortion had they known about my lack of arms prior to me being born. I'm proud to say that they have answered many times that abortion would have never been considered. Even they could not have guessed how great my life would be.

The doctor at my birth, while I owe him my life, was wrong. He should not have given me the "chance to die," and obviously, I disagreed with him even back then. My life is so wonderful that I try to tell every person I meet that you can truly be happy in any circumstance. Life IS priceless! Abortion has no place in this world.

If I, with no arms, can live an incredible, fulfilled life, then every person ought to have the same opportunity. When I attend functions as a pro-life speaker, I love to share my story and my passion for life. Thousands of people have gotten to see me prove that life is priceless.

by Chet McDoniel

Sunday, January 31, 2010

Kenny Chesney There Goes My Life

Kenny Chesney's moving music video on pro life. A very powerful, true and poignant song.



There Goes My Life by Kenny Chesny Lyrics

All he could think about was I'm too young for this.
Got my whole life ahead.
Hell I'm just a kid myself.
How'm I gonna raise one.

All he could see were his dreams goin' up in smoke.
So much for ditchin' this town and hangin' out on the coast.
Oh well, those plans are long gone.

[Chorus:]
And he said,
There goes my life.
There goes my future, my everything.
Might as well kiss it all good-bye.
There goes my life.......

A couple years of up all night and a few thousand diapers later.
That mistake he thought he made covers up the refrigerator.
Oh yeah..........he loves that little girl.

Momma's waiting to tuck her in,
As she fumbles up those stairs.
She smiles back at him dragging that teddy bear.
Sleep tight, blue eyes and bouncin' curls.

[Chorus:]
He smiles.....
There goes my life.
There goes my future, my everything.
I love you, daddy good-night.
There goes my life.

She had that Honda loaded down.
With Abercrombie clothes and 15 pairs of shoes and his American Express.
He checked the oil and slammed the hood, said you're good to go.
She hugged them both and headed off to the West Coast.

[Chorus:]
And he cried,
There goes my life.
There goes my future, my everything.
I love you.
Baby good-bye.

There goes my life.
There goes my life.
Baby good-bye.

Sunday, January 3, 2010

Pro Life Music Video "Can I Live" by Nick Cannon

Singer Nick Cannon's autobiographical music video of almost losing his life to an abortion. A very moving song based on a story that is not all that unique. These stories are not often told in the mainstream media.



Can I Live by Nick Cannon Lyrics

(featuring Anthony Hamilton)

[Nick Talking]
Talking Ma
I know the Situation is Personal
but it something that has to be told
as i was making this beat
you was all i could think about you heard my voice

[Verse 1]
Yeah Just think Just Think
what if you could Just
Just blink your self away..
Just Just wait just pause for a second
Let me plead my case
Its the late 70's Huh
You Seventeen huh
and having me that will ruin everything huh
its alot of angels waiting for there wings
you see me in your sleep so you cant kill your dreams
300 Dollars thats the price of living what?
Mommy i dont like this clinic
hopefully you'll make the right decision
and dont go though with the Knife Incision
but it hard to make the right move
when you in high school
how you got to work all day and take night school
hopping off da bus when the rain is pouring
What you want morning sickness or the Sickness of morning

[Chorus]
I'll Always Be apart of you
Trust Your Soul Know His Heart Is True
If I Could Talk I'd Say To You
CAN I LIVE
CAN I LIVE
I'll Always Be apart of you
Trust Your Soul Know His Heart Is True
If I Could Talk I'd Say To You
CAN I LIVE
CAN I LIVE

[Verse 2]
I' am a child of the king
aint no need to go fear me
and i see the flowing tears so know that you hear me
when i move in your womb that's me being scaring
cause who knows what my future holds
yo the truth be told you aint told a soul
yo you aint even showing im just 2 months old
thorough your clothes try to hide me deny
me went up 3 sizes
your pride got you lying saying aint nothing but a migraine
it aint surprising you not trying to be in wick food lines
your friends look at you funny but look at you mommy
thatz a life inside take a look at your tummy
what is becoming ma i am Oprah bound
you can tell he's a star from the Ultrasound
Our Sprits Connected Doors Open Now
Nothing But Love And Respect Thanks For Holding Me Down She Let Me Live...

[Chorus]
I'll Always Be apart of you
Trust Your Soul Know His Heart Is True
If I Could Talk I'd Say To You
CAN I LIVE
CAN I LIVE
I'll Always Be apart of you
Trust Your Soul Know His Heart Is True
If I Could Talk I'd Say To You
CAN I LIVE
CAN I LIVE
[Repeat 2]

[Nick Talking]

Its uplifting foreal yall
i aint passing no judgement
aint making no decisions
I am just telling ya'll my story
I love life
i love my mother for giving me life
we all need to appreciate life
a strong woman that had to make a sacrifice
Thanks for listening
Thanks for listening
Mama thanks for listening