Sometimes, I wish I didn’t know about abortion.
I wish I didn’t remember every morning that at least 4,000 of my brothers and sisters were going to die that day through abortion.
I wish I didn’t remember every morning that at least 4,000 moms and 4,000 dads were going to loose their children in the next 24 hours through abortion.
I wish I didn’t know that many of those women would be pressured into ending the lives of their babies.
I wish I didn’t know that a baby is aborted approximately ever 21.6 seconds through abortion.
I wish I didn’t know that those mothers will experience extreme pain and guilt because of their abortions, many wishing they could take that “choice” back.
I wish I didn’t know. I wish I didn’t carry around the burden of this silent holocaust all the time. But to tell you the truth, wishing doesn’t do much. I do know about abortion. And because I know about it, I am responsible to do something about it. I can’t sit on the sidelines and watch. Can you?
“I am only one, but still I am one. I cannot do everything, but still I can do something. And because I cannot do everything I will not refuse to do the something that I can do.” ~ Helen Keller