More Isn’t Always Better.

Written by on 17 November, 2013 in Blog with 0 Comments

Our pastor had a great sermon last night about life and how we always seem to want more.  He went on to add how more isn’t always better.  I immediately thought, closed infant ADOPTION in the USA.

Isn’t that what we’ve been told by adoption profiteers?  Our lives have been blessed because we were adopted by people who had more than our birth families.  We should be grateful… blah, blah, blah.

Lies, lies, and more lies.

Undoubtedly, our lives were different.  That is the only honest statement to be made.  We do know for sure that the life of the profiteers were more comfortable.  Remember, 16 billion a year is the financial numbers for adoption in the USA alone.

If everyone is honest here, it would be easy to find someone who could provide better for all children.  There is always someone up the financial ladder, with a better house, better education, and better yuppie type appearance.  It’s easy to sit in a church pew and decide the person sitting next to you isn’t doing the job and their children would be better off with someone else.  But, what about the person on the other side of you who thinks your job as a parent stinks.  Do you really think you should forfeit your children?  What would someone pay to raise them – better than you?

Don’t think it can’t happen.  Men lose their rights all the time and some states have it built into the financial system.  South Carolina is one of the worst as demonstrated in the baby Veronica fiasco.  Men lose their rights over their children in adoption, divorce, separations…  And, that is basically the case in all USA states.

Adoption agencies groom potential baby mama’s on how to reduce the father’s rights.  My birth mother was told to not put his name on the birth certificate to make it easier for the agency to make my placement.  Even though, my birth parents had been an item since they were 12 and 13 my father lost his rights immediately.  Incredible.  That shouldn’t be acceptable to anyone.  In those days, even a lawyer couldn’t get me back and didn’t seem to want to.  The lawyer told them, “Forget about her, she’s happy.”  Who the hell was he?  Yes, that makes me angry.

Jesus threw the moneychangers out of the church; it was quite the scene.  I can’t help but wonder what Jesus would do with the 16 billion dollar babychangers who stand behind the word Christian and sacrifice the children of the poor and “undesirable” to increase their own pocketbook.  It’s an interesting thought!

Jesus entered the Temple and began to drive out all the people buying and selling animals for sacrifice. He knocked over the tables of the money changers and the chairs of those selling doves.  Mathew 21:12 NLT




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