Today I was at the gym, torturing myself as usual, I thought.
Then this PRICK, because as you will quickly learn there is nothing else to call him, starts talking about how he never wanted kids.
My wife is the one who wanted them. If it was up to me, we wouldn’t have even had one.
We had an amazing life, if we wanted to we could take off on a mini vacation on a friday, just pick up the phone and book a ticket and be in the Bahamas within a couple of hours.
We used to be able to sleep in all the time, do whatever we want. We could go anywhere with anyone and didnt have to worry about the time, or drinking.
Now I’m lucky if i sleep in ’til 10.
Bla bla bla. He would not shut up. He didn’t have one nice thing to say about his family. And I listened to his rant, and the only positive was that I was so infuriated that it helped me get through the increased weight of the next set of barbell curl.
Finally, thankfully, he left, presumably home to his wife and annoying kids.
I felt terrible for them. Imagine how those kids would feel if they could have overheard their father?
I mean this guy made it seem like having kids was the worst thing that ever happened to him.
It really broke my heart to hear someone go off like that, especially because of a tragedy my very close friend and his family had been going through.
Just this week a relative of his has been going through a terrible ordeal. Her 10 month old baby boy is going to be an angel in heaven.
There’s no need to go into details. What could possibly matter at this point but the painful ever present fact that there is nothing they can do to save him?
I bet she would give up sleep for the rest of her LIFE to have him back. I bet she would give up her heart, mind, body and soul for him.
There was nothing medicine nor science could do to save him.
Only a miracle could save him.
Unfortunately, it wasn’t meant for him to be saved, but instead for him to become a savior.
His parents decided to donate his organs. He would bless at least 5 children with the opportunity of life.
Only a perfect blameless child could become a savior, much like Jesus Christ was for us.
Of course, it is a hard ass pill to swallow that your child wasn’t meant to be saved.
Our minds were not made to conceive His will, His greater plan; to understand the afterlife, heaven, or eternity. These are all concepts our minds simply cannot grasp.
When you have a child your heart doubles, triples, quadruples in size. I don’t even know how it fits in our chest with the amount of love we have for our children.
Sadly, only some people feel this way.
And it’s not about being the one who actually gives birth, my husband adores our kids. I know he wouldn’t trade any of them for ANYTHING in this world or the next.
So many people out there take their children for granted. They treat their children like an accessory, a commodity, like a talking point; a nuisance, pestilence, como un estorbo.
And not just men, women, life-giving mothers!
You have been given a gift! The gift of life, of creation!
You have brought a human being into this world! It is something so amazing, an unbelievable honor; a great responsibility, but a privilege nonetheless.
And for those who can’t have kids of their own, there are plenty of ways to bring life into the world. We can bless others every day through kindness & generosity; by being sincere and showing compassion.
Just loving each other and respecting each other is enough.
We don’t know how much time we have with our children or loved ones, or they with us, but we have to cherish every day! Love them and treasure them; teach them and care for them.
Hug them, kiss them, hold them close.
Let them creep into your bed; read to them, sing to them; pray with them, joke with them, color with them.
Find the time to listen to them and talk to them.
Every moment is a precious gift.
John 3:17 KJV
 For God sent not his Son into the world to condemn the world; but that the world through him might be saved.
Romans 13:8 KJV
 Owe no man any thing, but to love one another: for he that loveth another hath fulfilled the law.
1 Peter 3:8-9 KJV
 Finally, be ye all of one mind, having compassion one of another, love as brethren, be pitiful, be courteous:  Not rendering evil for evil, or railing for railing: but contrariwise blessing; knowing that ye are thereunto called, that ye should inherit a blessing.