March 27, 2012 2 Comments
I heard this song (“Life is Beautiful” by The Afters) in “October Baby” last weekend, and have been hooked on it ever since. It’s euphonious and melodic. Not only that, it’s inset with an equally important message: life is beautiful.
“October Baby” chronicles an abortion survivor’s journey to find herself and discover who her birth mother is. The protagonist (played by Rachel Hendrix) discovers she was adopted following a failed abortion – which was chiefly responsible for her recurring health problems throughout the film. When Hannah (Rachel Hendrix) meets her birth mother, she immediately discovers her mom isn’t interested in being a part of her life. Hannah seeks to fill this void after the encounter. She inevitably finds solace in forgiveness, and moves forward with her life.
What makes life so beautiful and wholesome? Simple: it’s a birthright.
The Declaration of Independence says, “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.”
Life is an inalienable right afforded to all Americans. It is a right no should deny you of. It is the great gift of all. It is YOUR birthright.
Unfortunately, Democrats and their feminist allies are working tirelessly to deny unborn babies life. They will tell you that a fetus is a parasite, or better yet, a clump of cells. This poster from Live Action beautifully counters this statement:
“October Baby” summed up the importance of granting life to all. No matter the circumstance, everyone deserves to live and lead a great life.
“Dream as if you’ll live forever, live as if you’ll die today.” – James Dean
- October Baby Movie: Do You Feel Wanted? (mainwriters.com)
- Every Life Is Beautiful: Abby Johnson (insightscoop.typepad.com)
- Are These Inalienable Rights Self-Evident? (bobcornwall.com)
- Mistborn: Birthright (nhgrog.wordpress.com)
- Letter: Republican Women for Obama? Only if they support socialism (tcpalm.com)