This Study Will Make You Think Twice About Who You Are Getting Into Bed With

It appears that even brief, casual sex creates a lifetime bond with your partner which cannot be broken. A recent study indicates that many women have trace amounts of male DNA in their bodies. Some of it comes from the male children women give birth to, but often it is from their sexual partners which is kept forever inside them.

Excerpts:

“…every time you sleep with somebody you are taking on a part of them within you.”

“…The idea that as women we are capable of taking on actual physical DNA from the men that we sleep with was an extremely eye opening piece of information to stumble across.”

“This science puts a whole new meaning on sexual intercourse as a whole. It is a very sacred and spiritual act…”

“A lot of people are misusing sex and have forgotten what it is meant for and how important and consecrated it really is.  “

“…sex is not something that is meant to be thrown around and given out so freely, it is a sacred act that creates a bond between two people that love and care about each other….There is a lot of power and amazing potential within this act and it has the ability to connect us with our true selves.”

Click on this link to read the full article at Collective Evolution:

This Study WIll Make You Think Twice About Who You Are Getting Into Bed With | Collective-Evolution.

UPDATE:  I was discussing this article with someone a few days ago, and found myself surprised that people find it to be controversial. Some people think so. I made an observation that prior to the ‘1960s Sexual Revolution, it was common for a woman to be considered “spoiled goods” if she had been unfaithful in marriage, engaged in pre-marital sex, or been victimized and defiled by rape. Even today, the identities of rape victims are usually shielded by news organizations, and marital infidelity is still considered grounds for divorce as the marital bed itself is considered defiled. This despite the secularized culture of the West having become very tolerant of high levels of illegitimacy and premarital sex. Such is now the rule, rather than the exception. There are many examples in law, and our culture, of husbands, suitors, and families rejecting a woman once they learned that she has been sexually active with someone other than her husband.  Fair or not, the stigma stretches back centuries, and seems to point to a cultural awareness that something tangible is left behind during the sexual union even if a child is not produced. The next time some child says that he resembles the postman, it may have some basis in biology.

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Aborted babies incinerated to heat UK hospitals

This sad news item reveals government run hospitals in the UK now consider aborted babies to be the newest “green energy” fuel alternative. It is the natural result of the “abortion mentality”.

“Soylent Green” was a American science fiction film, produced in 1973,  starring Charlton Heston, and Edward G. Robinson performing in his final film. The film setting is in a dystopian future with the World suffering from pollution, overpopulation, depleted resources, poverty, dying oceans, and a hot climate due to the greenhouse effect. Much of the population survives on processed food rations, including food wafers called “soylent green”. The general population lives in poverty and misery, while a wealthy elite still has access to luxuries including air conditioning, running water, and  black market sources of meat and fruit. I’ll spoil the plot by revealing that society had become so amoral and depersonalized, that the character played by Robinson discovers that the newest government endorsed food rations are made from human corpses which is by then the only viable source of protein available since the oceans have stopped producing plankton.  So it appears that life has begun to imitate art as there are parallels to be drawn here.

 

I found this disturbing article at the electronic edition of ‘The Telegraph’ (UK) Aborted babies incinerated to heat UK hospitals – Telegraph.

What the Church Can Accomplish

(UPDATE: January 2014 — I found another link to this beautiful film which someone has subtitled into English. It is the second video below.)

If any women out there among my readers need a good cry today, please read on. Linked below is a heartwarming film about the Monastery of the Holy Ascension in Banchen, Ukraine which is about 7 kilometers from the Romanian border. The monastery has become an orphanage, hospice, and home to over 200 children. Some of the kids are profoundly disabled. Many were simply abandoned by parents who did not want them. The brothers and sisters of this community who have taken vows of celibacy, prayer, and obedience have become mothers and fathers in every sense of the word.

The abbot is Fr. Michael who started the monastery with four other monks in 1994, and you will see that he has accomplished much since then. Recently I read that Fr. Michael has been made a bishop, but he is still the abbot.

This 55-minute documentary is not in English, but it really needs no translation.

The film is titled “Forpost” (Outpost) – What the Church Can Accomplish”

Toilet Babies and Unwanted Trash

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The disturbing photo above is of China’s “sewer baby” who was flushed down a toilet, before becoming stuck in a sewer pipe last May. The baby was rescued by firefighters.

Unfortunately, this is not an isolated incident of depravity and indifference. It is the natural result of the Abortion Mentality.
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Women: Don’t delay having babies until your thirties

The article below quotes a researcher about an issue of common sense that many Western women choose to ignore. Although many feminists see motherhood as an unwanted burden while encouraging young women to pursue careers, it’s an inescapable fact of life that a woman’s optimal child-bearing years are in her twenties regardless of medical advances that may prolong fertility.

I have posted before on the demographic crisis befalling Western nations that will likely see Europe become majority Muslim within this century. What does it say about any society where people are too self absorbed to reproduce themselves?

Excerpts:
“Women should not assume that advances in fertility treatments will allow them to delay having children until after their biological “clock strikes 12”, said Prof Mary Herbert, a specialist in reproductive biology.

“Speaking before a public discussion on fertility at the British Science Festival in Newcastle, she said: “What we can say for sure is that reproductive technologies do not do much to buy time.”

Here is a link to the full article in the Daily Telegraph:

Don’t leave babies until your thirties, women are told – Telegraph.

“I’m going to Heaven, you stay here with Dad”

Italian mother Chiara Corbella, age 29, died of cancer on June 13, 2012. Chiara is being compared to a Roman Catholic Saint, Gianna Beretta. After losing her two older children to birth defects shortly after their delivery, Mrs. Corbella was thrilled when she became pregnant again in 2010, but she began a remarkable journey when she was diagnosed with cancer shortly afterward. Rather than take the risky and difficult cancer treatments that may have saved her but injured her unborn baby, Chiara chose to postpone the treatments until after giving birth. She finally delivered a son Francisco on May 30, 2013, but not before the aggressive cancer had claimed her right eye.

Chiara composed a letter to Francisco one week before her death in which she wrote: “I am going to heaven to take care of Maria and David, you stay here with Dad. I will pray for you,”

Source: Lifesitenews.com, summarized from a Catholic News Service article

‘I’m going to Heaven, you stay here with Dad’: Italian mom sacrifices life for unborn baby | LifeSiteNews.com.