posted on Feb, 13 2013 @ 09:39 AM
What had happened had already happened and no mortal can turn back the clock.
She is human life as well, as precious as anyone else's, and it is her body and choice to make. If that is her choice, then she must be
psychologically prepared for what is to come.
It's not the end of the world if she doesn't finishes high school. She can still take on other jobs that do not require high education. It takes all
types to make the world turn anyway, and the world can't have eveyone a PHD holder.
It would be tough to take on a job and look after the child, if not almost impossible. But there are other means to earn a living without physically
being in the workplace, such as working from home with an internet connection.
She was not born out of a rock. She was the creation of love between 2 humans, and with that creation comes responsibility. No sense in crying over
split milk, but to deal with realities. No matter what happens to the daughter, she is still the child of the parents.
But if the parents do not have the heart, that help will have to come from relatives, friends and the community. We must never be heartless to anyone.
We can teach our young to be responsible, but when irresponsiblilties happened, we as humankind cannot turn away and leave a fellow human behind. If
we do, how many will we leave behind before we ourselves one day get left behind too?
Self help is important, but when the odds are too great for one, someone or some group must step up to lend a hand, and not turn away or worse,
condemn that person. If it is just money, it is true no one person can pay for everything to support both mother and child, but if more contribute,
just a few cents or dollars regularly, it will sustain them until they can get on their feet again.
Furthermore, with help given, the mother and child will grow to contribute back to society one day. But if help is denied, only the cycle of tragedies
will happen to all. Every life birth should be celebrated by all, for it means one more contributor to mankind. He/she may be a drug dealer one day,
but equally he/she may be the one who could cure our diseases.