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Do I now sit alone because a parent was lost to war and a friend was never
born? Where there is conflict would there have been a peace-maker if any
one or more fetus had experienced birth? Or is it the case that humanity
instinctively initiates the measures necessary to assure the demands of a
populace do not hopelessly exceed the available resources required for
sustenance? These are frightening questions with perhaps even more
dreadful answers-all of which derive from the issue of abortion.
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The abortion of a human fetus is one of the rare issues inextricably
linked to a collective morality. Whether one is for or against
legitimization of the practice, the vocabulary employed to support
position invariably includes the word 'life'. And 'life', as a word and
concept, ultimately transcends the jurisdiction of the individual as a
matter of primary importance to a collective humanity.
The moral interpretations of any one person are essentially inconsequential to the
argument. It is not an issue simply dispatched to the discretion of the individual to decide
(regardless to how the issue now seems to so be resolved).
But, what is life? what is morality?

The problem with viewing morality as a whole is that it is not
viewed as a whole. Our underdeveloped understanding of
morality results in the perception that those who condemn the
practice of abortion are intent upon forcing others to behaviorally
comply with their version of morality. Well it ain't a perception, it's
a fact...those who condemn the practice of abortion are intent
upon forcing others to behaviorally comply with their version of
morality.
The chasm of misunderstanding expands as passions are dedicated to
an issue where there exists little gray. Meanwhile both sides fail to realize
they share the same desired outcome through the mutual desire to
advance and protect the liberties and civil rights endowed to all of
humanity. The great distinction is revealed in positions extracted from an
interpretation on the contentious  issue of defining the point at which life
is recognized as human.
An argument focused upon where life begins may be failing to acknowledge
the more important question… what does life mean?
At the most fundamental level, the practice of abortion involves tissue
dedicated to the eventual human and removes it from the source in which its
evolution depends.   
Do I now sit alone because a parent was lost to war and a friend was never
born? Where there is conflict would there have been a peace-maker if any
one or more fetus had experienced birth? Or is it the case that humanity
instinctively initiates the measures necessary to assure the demands of a
populace do not hopelessly exceed the available resources required for
sustenance? These are frightening questions with perhaps even more
dreadful answers-all of which derive from the issue of abortion.
In the absence of full resolution to the question of criteria favor falls to the extremes of
one or another side as definition ever expands to include increasing numbers of those
who do/do not qualify as 'human'.   Humans failing to see humans as humans enter to a
realm in which egregious crimes can be perceived justified.
Consensus upon who is human (and when they so become) is an issue rightfully
demanding passionate debate. It is  Muy Importante!
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Abortion

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An argument focused upon where life begins may be failing to acknowledge the more important question… what does life mean?

ABORTION
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