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Abortion also Hindu's? E-mail
Suppose you are a Hindu woman and you will find that you are pregnant. Normally, that cool. Many women yearn to this moment of happiness. Yet there may be circumstances in which this is not a blessing from heaven for you. Suppose you are unmarried pregnant, suppose you are raped, suppose you're still in school and are yet too young for a child, do you want a career, do you just want no children, there are so many possible motives. Time is short, what are you doing? Let your child be? Feeding your own? Allow your child for adoption or foster your abortion? Can you as a Hindu woman abort?


From a religious point of view, should not abortion unless the life of the woman in danger. Believers submit that if that abortion is allowed only if the mother during pregnancy or during childbirth direct threat to her life is. In other words all in life-threatening situation due to pregnancy or childbirth itself.

I am then how can you speak of danger. Can not socially accepted by an unmarried woman is in that danger be? Even in 2007, still unmarried ladies who have a child, but the child is looked down. It is constantly gossip talk, men look at women as it to Jan and everyone would share the bed. You can as a woman by your family, friends, acquaintances disowned the child if you arrive late. But even if you are married, for example, and you have to do with domestic violence. Let you children are? What if your child for your own eyes be beaten? As a mother you go there anyway, as a minimum under psychological leyden?

If I from the perspective of the child I can not see far. Because if you have unwanted child grows up, you can still love, attention, support and guidance you need, where you are in fact entitled to have?

What I really want in this argument is that abortion is in principle in the Vedic philosophy is seen as murder, for some of us life can mean. For social acceptance, which is something to hear, is a primary need of every human being. Until we as a society are not open minded enough, we can not focus on the focus of others.


Rakesh ( 2008-11-17 17:25:16

Chandani ( 2008-11-17 17:27:28

Pheler ( 2008-11-17 17:28:30

Tu djane hai tochh
Chandani ( 2008-11-17 17:29:49

Spoor je niet?
Rakesh ( 2008-11-17 17:26:25

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