Abortion: Taking Human Life Essay

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Abortion is a controversial matter that is prevailing in our society. It is a very crucial and evil act that people could ever commit. Though it is unacceptable is our society, there are several countries had the legislations of abortion. Meaning, abortion is legal if the pregnancy is harming the life of the mother. However, people have misused this law. They do abortion simply because they do not want to have a baby. How ironic. The anti-abortionists are in defiance fighting against abortion through different media, awareness campaigns and motivational talks, telling people that abortion is not right and trying to keep the young people on the right track. Yet, we listens, watches and read news about abortion. What is happening
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Women are allowed or given choices whether to continue the pregnancy or worse to abort it anytime. Imagine that every woman on this earth decided to do abortion. What will happen to the human population? Besides, abortion will cause the young people to become morally and ethically decadence. There is a parable of the growing seed, saying “sow the wind and reap the whirlwind”, which means to start some kind of trouble that grows much larger than you planned. If this matter is not prevented now, more troubles are likely to prevail in the society.
As mentioned earlier, abortion is connected to evil because it is an act of murder. To take someone’s life without a reasonable reason is unfair as they were not given a chance to live and experiences life as we do. To legalize abortion is the same as accepting a criminal act too. People will commit more crime such as rape, sexual abusing or worse; girls are being kidnapped and trafficked for abuse. If this thing happens, more and more teenage girl will be forced to undergo abortions even if they are unwillingly to abort. This will destroyed their future. This will results in the lack of chastity in the people’s heart. Moreover, abortion can cause serious psychological and physical impairment to the woman. She often experiences guilt, depression and anxiety after abortions. For example, she may experience the Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). PTSD is an emotional
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