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
Sunday, October 31, 2010
Friday, October 15, 2010
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.