Men play an important and unique role in life. Naturally, men have an instinct to protect and show strength. However, these natural abilities are often labeled with the phrase, “toxic masculinity.”
One has to wonder why this phrase has become mainstream? To consider a man’s willingness to be protective and strong as “toxic” creates a serious dilemma and can have negative results. For example, men will most likely be at risk of second-guessing what role they should play in life in general, and with women in particular.
It’s for this reason that men may also hesitate to have children; or when they do have children, they have a higher chance of becoming fearful of responsibility. Moreover, when faced with a pregnancy, more men tend to go-along-to-get-along, in that they more than likely will allow women and others to have sole influence on decisions that can be contrary to preserving life.
In summary, men have an important role: they too, can actively participate in preserving life. They can do this by being the natural protectors of children from the moment of conception; in addition, men can show their strength by consistently taking their responsibilities seriously. Hopefully, with the active, positive participation of men, the negative debating and unhealthy relationships between men and women can heal, especially for the sake of preserving the life of children today.
Women have a unique gift: they can carry another human being in their bodies. Most know that there is something miraculous about this. Additionally, women are nurturers. For example, women can, on instinct, emotionally embrace another person when that person may be sad or hurting.
However, in today’s society, these natural abilities are gradually regarded as a “burden;” and the desire to have children, for example, has dramatically dwindled. As a result, children have become the focal point of debate: Should a woman have a child, when should a woman have a child, and should a woman keep her child?
Even though this topic seems to generate a lot of negative emotion among people, it can be discussed in a more basic way: women exist only because another woman–their mother– made the decision to be open to life. This reality cannot be ignored.
All in all, women can embrace life. Life is a gift and it can be filled with beautiful and wonderful things. Therefore, if more and more women begin to embrace their natural gift of carrying human life in their bodies, in addition to having a nurturing spirit, more heads will turn towards life, than turn away from it. Hopefully, with time, this sentiment can return to society and also to the world.
The simplest answer: look at yourself in the mirror. Being prolife is to acknowledge your own existence first and know that you are valued, loved, and blessed. Equally important, you can help others look at themselves in the mirror and see that they too, are valued, loved, and blessed.
However, let’s not forget about the babies. They too, are valued, loved, and blessed; and as people, we must always make it a point to remember and cherish this. We must encourage one another to embrace the gift of pregnancy and the anticipation of birth.
Why be prolife? Because it makes sense. So many of us have varied responsibilities in this life; and we are able to exist to accomplish them. Therefore, try your best to share with family and friends that life is a precious gift that should be filled with beauty and positive things. Also, for those of you who have children, or are anticipating the birth of a child, continue to embrace this gift; and tell your children that they have value and are worthy of respect.
In today’s world, there is continuous discussion about when life begins. Life begins the moment a woman becomes pregnant. Even though there may be people who disagree with this, it is a fact; which is why when most women find out that they’re pregnant, there’s often a major celebration.
For example, anyone who watches couples-vlogs on the Internet, is familiar with pregnancy announcement videos. There’s often an appreciation and realization that life is a miraculous gift; and that one day babies will become toddlers, toddlers will become teenagers, and teenagers will eventually become adults.
Everyone’s life counts; even a baby in its mother’s womb. Here’s a gentle suggestion: When you are of the age that you can articulate yourself through writing, why not find ways to highlight why life can be beautiful? Why not emphasize the reality that everyone who is able to exist has the opportunity to make life count on some level?
Make life count. The most effective way to do this is to first acknowledge that you are alive. Then, help others appreciate life and appreciate their ability to make their own lives and the lives of even more people count too.
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When you wish someone a ‘Happy Birthday,’ you are celebrating that person’s birth–that person’s welcoming into the world.
Nowadays, most people tend to celebrate birthdays both privately and publicly. Why then, is there so much debate over whether life is important? From the moment a human being is created in a woman’s body to the moment that same human being is born to the world, there is a celebration of life (i.e., baby showers, gifts, parties, pictures, etc.).
Therefore, the next time you wish someone a ‘Happy Birthday,’ or someone wishes you a ‘Happy Birthday,” think about the reality that life is a gift.
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