No one perfect! Correct. Christian aren't perfect either. Before I continue this blog, l want to tell you that I am a Christian, I am a believer, I believe in God, I have faith in Christ and the Holy Spirit. I do see miracles and I do understand the miseries......but I am not perfect!
When someone starting to act or talk like he/she is the perfect one, that person makes me pewt!! For my believing, on this earthly life beside Jesus (When he was in human form), no one is 100% perfect.
Some Christian are very extremist. Some time seen to me they do forget that there is a Ten Commandments that God puts for us in principally to obey. Beside that love, forgiven, kindness, sharing ...etc.. all these things God teaches us to do. I starting to say about perfection after I read about "Dr. Tiller", a man who got killed by an extremist.
Here on..... my saying will be only what I feel and it might not be exactly what you are feeling or thinking. I don't care, because I will never say that my feeling is right and yours are wrong! Never!! That's not my type.
View on the one who kill Dr. Tiller: I forgot his name. Is he Christian? I am not sure for that ...but I am sure he is an extremist. Why on earth he had to kill Dr. Tiller in the Church? If he is a Christian he should knows God says,"Thou Shall Not Kill", "The Revenge Is Not By You", "Thou Shall Not Judge". No one can't kill other saying.. "In the name of God". If God telling you.."Hey go kill that person (especially to innocence one), in my name!!" ...please drop that kind of God ASAP!!
The Killer forget that God can do everything. God will taking care of the businesses in God's time. (Here I am not talking about Earthly Laws. i.e..... When a police shoot to a bad guy and the bad guy dead in action!! Tell me, The police will go to hell or heaven? That's I simply do not know and it is not my job to judge...if YOU can, please go ahead!!
My view on Dr. Tiller: Tow things that I am thinking about his job:-
1. Is he really and only thinking about helping people, those women who have tough problem in their later months of pregnancy?
2. Is he doing the job only focus on the big payment?
Let me tell you, no one will know why he wants to do this job. No one will know why he got kill in such way? I mean punishment?? I don't believe in that he was very happy killing babies. On top of that Who's want to abort a child in later months? Not many!! That's doesn't mean I am approving his kind of job. What I am saying is... Exceptionally there are some medical problem that some parents need to make decision on unborn child. For a real parents, it is very very difficult to kill your own blood child unless the mother is a b@#$% or father is a p@#$!
As Dr. Tiller was got kill in the church I consider that he is a Christian.... So he knows the commandment of "Thou Shall Not Kill!" The only thing I will understand his job nature will be ......if he is helping a real life treating cases of late months pregnancy. (See my research attachment). I no need to judge Dr. Tiller nor the killer because one day when the time comes Dr. Tiller, The killer and I, we all will be kneeling down in front of the Good God! Then I will know I had being a good girl or not in my God's eyes!!
My conclusion is... in this world we have crazy people around. I do have my craziness too. One of my craziness is.. I do not want to fly back to USA by Airbus made in France!! Am I crazy? I dun't know, you answer me.
I want to finish this blog with........
"The wisdom that is from above is first pure, then peaceable, gentle, ... without partiality and without hypocrisy."
NOTE: I found the following from the google search!!
Medical Reasons for Late-Term AbortionsIn Uncategorized on April 26, 2009 at 3:26 PM
Dr. George Tiller, the man complicated Gov. Kathleen Sebilious confirmation process with the money he, a late-term abortionist, gave to her for political reasons, has on his website, http://www.drtiller.com/, a list of some medical complications that he and other physicians give as reasons to abort the baby.
So I did some google’ing to read about these complex medical terminologies in order to better understand where these women are when they make this choice.
To be honest, I don’t know what to think about a few of these. However, there are some that I firmly believe are no reason to take that innocent child’s life.
See for yourself. And if I’m not making sense with my “medical explanations” please research these yourself.
Admission Criteria (link to Dr. Tiller’s Admission into his clinic’s Criteria)
_Trisomy 21: Down Syndrome
_Trisomy 13 & 18: mental retardation, 90 percent of babies born with it die before the age of 1.
_Anencephaly: a severe head disorder, occurs when the head end of the neural tube fails to close, absence of a major portion of the brain, skull, and scalp. Children with this disorder are born without a forebrain, the largest part of the brain. The remaining brain tissue is often exposed—not covered by bone or skin.
_Polycystic Kidney Disease: cysts on the babies kidney. It takes many years for this to cause the kidneys to fail and can be treated with dialysis or kidney transplantation. 600,000 people in the U.S. are living with PKD.
_Spina Bifida: the most common permanently disabling birth defect in the U.S. The spine of the baby fails to close, he or she won’t be able to walk. 70,000 people in the U.S. are living with SB.
_Hydrocephalus: there is an excessive amount of fluid in the brain. Infants experience vomiting, large head size, sleepiness, irritability, downward deviation of the eyes (”sunsetting”) and seizures. Older children and adults may experience different symptoms such as, headache followed by vomiting, nausea, papilledema (swelling of the optic disk which is part of the optic nerve), blurred or double vision, sunsetting, problems with balance, poor coordination, gait disturbance, urinary incontinence, slowing or loss of developmental progress, lethargy, drowsiness, irritability, or other changes in personality or cognition including memory loss. Hydrocephalus is very treatable.
_Potter’s Syndrome: there is a total absence or malformation of infant kidneys. Vast majority of babies die at birth or shortly afterwards.
_Lethal Dwarfism: this is very rare. Some symptoms are a large head, wide front fontanel, corneal clouding, closed off ear canals, and very short arms. Nearly half of the babies that have this die before they’re born.
_Holoprosencephaly: In most cases, the brain does not divide into lobes, which severely deforms the skull and face. Sometimes the brain is partially or nearly divided, making the symptoms much less severe. In the absolute worst cases, the baby dies in the womb.
_Anterior and Posterior Encephalocele: this complication leads to chromosomal anomaly, most common anomaly being Trisomy 18. Patients with an anterior encephalocele have a 100% survival rate, but only 55% in persons with a posterior encephalocele. Encephalocele reduces the chance of live birth to 21%, and only half of those live births survive. Approximately 75% of survivors have a mental deficit. The absence of brain tissue in the herniated sac is the single most favorable prognostic feature for survival.
_Non-Immune Hydrops: Excess of extra-cellular fluid in two or more sites without any identifiable circulating antibody to red cell antigens. There are treatments to perform while the baby is still in the womb, however the prognosis is generally very poor with very high peri-natal mortality.