Judie Brown, President
American Life League
Americans have grown numb to the idea that, when a loved one is suffering, it is incumbent upon those who surround him to pour out themselves in an unselfish way so that the person feels love, even in the midst of his anguish. Today’s attitudes preclude this Christ-like behavior. To get back to a culture of life, we must revive the commitment needed to express a dedication to treating our fellow human beings with the respect and dignity that they deserve.
Two recent stories exemplify this. The first involves the love of a father for his very ill son. The headlines tell the story about a dad who saved his son’s life with a three-hour armed hospital standoff. You may ask why this loving father was pushed to such limits. The answer is that—in his opinion—he took the action he needed to save his son from imposed death.
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