I'm a father of five children. I've watched them grow up and laughed out loud at some of their actions, cried as I've been concerned for their health and safety, and cheered them on in many of their accomplishments. When I worked at Indiana State Prison one of the older offenders told me something I found striking: "This newer generation doesn't care about life. You shouldn't be surprised when they break the rules or attack other inmates and staff because they don't care about themselves. They haven't been taught to value life. They don't care about their own lives so why should they care about anyone else's?"
He was right. Until we value ALL life we shouldn't be surprised that there are many that don't value life at all.
I am Pro-Life and believe that all life has value. I believe that life begins at conception and should be treasured and protected. If we don't protect the most vulnerable among us, then what does that say about us?