Alex Nagy (darkknightradic) wrote,
Alex Nagy

Food for Thought

I won't have to worry about starvation if my wife dies. I have not forgotten how to cook, nor have I lost the child-like wonder of how the sum of the parts is greater than what is brought together. It's much like a child being formed in the womb. It is, from the moment of fertilization, much greater than the sum of the two parts that bought it together.

And - like my cooking - not everyone wants the end result (which is unfortunate in both instances, much more so with the child). The next time you are about to throw up in someone's face how it's the woman's right to choose to be able to murder the wondrous life growing inside her, consider this: You were once exactly like that child.

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