Why did God invent L-O-V-E?Why? Seriously...why? Why did God invent this L-O-V-E word? The symbolism of "falling in love" is so literate that is freaks even Socrates himself. When you fall in love, you really fall. You are in this dark pit of your own galaxy lighted by the passion between you and this Mr. Perfect Man. And some day, Mr. Perfect Man might climb out with your only source of light and leave you there lost. Then, you gotta Crocodile Dundee your way out somehow.
But what happens...when in some cases as I have read in many books and seen in many movies....where there was a little life involved? Men are always proud to be fathers. They may be afraid initially but despite it all, it is their life calling, to be a dad. What happens then to a woman, who is carrying their child in their own pit of happiness when the man decides to walk away and leave them to fend for their own?
Then, all alone and scared, some might walk into a abortion clinic and allow the norm of the world talk them into the scary procedure of killing a life..their baby. The little baby every kid girl cuddles as their doll dreaming up weird names for them like Elizabeth or Ryan. As she walks out from that painful operation, she is alone and given anaesthesia to deal with the pain; and supposedly simutaneously numb the pain of the heart.
What would a woman do then? I can imagine them clinging on to every hope there is in their life. A t-shirt that smells like him, a doll he has given you for your birthday or just the many pictures stating the only reminder of what was lost.
But who is going to heal their pain when they reach the aniversary of their supposed baby's birthday? Who is going to hold their hand when they break down looking at other happy families with proud parents and a real life baby? Who is going to tell them its ok when their heart bleeds from pain when someone else's kid walks up to them and touches their hand? Who is there for them especially when they are so afraid of God for killing His own great creation?
"I rather be the fool with the broken heart ... then someone who never had a part of you.."