In the United States, there are about 1.1 million abortions every year according to abortion facts (http//www.studentsfor life.org). And at my young age, I was faced with a huge decision of should we have an abortion and add to that number. Abortion for us would have been the easy way out of a tough spot, but today I would say I am anti-abortion and believe that it is just a form of legalized murder other than in cases of rape, or when pregnancy is a threat to the mother’s or baby’s life. Al...
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...ry own beliefs. I guess we can only pick a side for certain if we are put in the position which forces us to and then things are not always as clear as we once thought they were and ultimately the direction our lives take is based on the choices we make.
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