When Did You Become You?

Reblogged from http://biltrix.com/

A great pro-life message from the Biltrix proclaiming no more than the plain truth.

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6 Responses to When Did You Become You?

  1. Toadspittle says:

    Well, Dave, my advice is, “Cheer up.”
    After all, it’s not a matter of life and death, is it?

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  2. Toadspittle says:

    Dave, sorry – but rummaging around a trifle too carelessly in my tattered old cliché bag – I inadvertently came up with the wrong one. What I should have said is, “After all, it’s not the end of the world, is it?”
    There. Got that sorted.

    But what you are describing is some sort of existentialist attitude – existence before essence. I don’t think that’s what the writer had in mind. But I don’t know.

    Nice movie. Thought provoking.
    The number of cases of miscarriages and stillborn babies among greatly wanted children is not brought up. What if the ‘you’ the pretty lady addresses was one of them?
    Wouldn’t know a thing, would you?
    Happened to my wife and I, many years ago.
    Nothing to do with the case, really, I suppose.
    To suggest that it’s all right for God to abort babies but not for people to, is just plain silly – isn’t it?

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  3. GC says:

    But I thought you said “modernism” is ok, Toad, what with getting around in our motors these days and all that.

    Now you seem to be saying that motor vehicles need to be banned because people get killed in road accidents? Or that it is all right to deliberately run over other people with our cars because people sometimes get killed in misadventures on the highway? Please, do tell us, Toad, which particular view is to be the official Toad view.

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  4. Toadspittle says:

    Far too much “Toadism” on CP&S. Not only from him, either.
    I’d sooner discuss the perceived shortcomings of Jehova on here than the blatantly obvious ones of Toad.
    Still, whatever amuses people. That’s the main thing.

    But, since you care to ask what I think, GC, yes I would certainly like to see all cars banned from Planet Earth. They are a clear indication of the human race’s collective insanity, if you give it more than a moment’s thought.
    Ain’t gonna happen, of course. And yes, I’m sorry to admit that I own one.

    I didn’t say “Modernism” is OK.
    It’s no more OK, or not OK, than “Cubism,” or “Eclecticism,” or “Traditionalism.”
    What it is, is inevitable. But then, like everything, “Modernism” means exactly what Pius Xll, like everyone else – wants it to mean – no more, no less.

    These views are unofficial, as always.

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  5. kathleen says:

    I don’t think Toad has understood your metaphor about cars GC… or is he being purposely obtuse?

    Toad, because some babies die naturally before or at birth does not therefore mean that intentionally killing them through abortion is OK. We do not know why these tiny souls should die so soon after their conception – yes, this is a mystery – but we leave this in the hands of their Loving Creator Who will take care of them.
    What we do know is that it is a grave sin to willfully take their lives away.

    Have a holy and blessed Sunday. May I suggest you do a little spiritual reading today – perhaps some of the Popes’ writings on the evils of Modernism?

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  6. Toadspittle says:

    Thank you, Kathleen. Some more “mysterious ways,” in fact.
    “…because some babies die naturally before or at birth does not therefore mean that intentionally killing them through abortion is OK..”
    Where and when did I suggest it was? Just because thousands of people die annually in car accidents, it doesn’t make it OK to deliberately run them over.
    “…yes, this is a mystery – but we leave this in the hands of their Loving Creator Who will take care of them.”
    Er…OK. That’s all right, then. No worries there.

    (I do intend to do a little spiritual reading today, after Mass and Vermut at Barrunta, of course.
    A new book, called “Enlightenment,” covering that stimulating period from a British, rather than French perspective, arrived yesterday.)

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