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Love Should be Multiplied Not Divided

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baby-clothes-clipart-black-In 1963,  a mother puts her daughter  up for adoption.

In 1979,  that child puts her daughter up for adoption.

In 2014, her child seeks to adopt.

The thread flowing through this story is Love.  The greatest event in a woman’s life is to give birth.  The greatest challenge in a woman’s life is to choose to give that child to another.

To accept that child as your own is Love.  It is a decision that ripples out and touches everyone.  God willing, the man in her life accepts to be willfully, joyfully, Lovingly  cuckolded.  To raise another man child as his own.  Without question.  Without reservation.

Can there be a greater gift in Life?

Rather than endure of life of poverty or lack of Love, the child is surrounded by people who choose to Love them.  Many children are created by thoughtlessness.  Their birth right, neglect.  Many languish in a foster system that lacks compassion.  Still others are discarded like trash.  Adoption for them is a gateway to Love.

Love should be multiplied, not divided.  The ripple of that decision sweeps over siblings, parents and friends.  As when the birth of a child sweeps through lives, should not adoption do the same?  Yes. YES!

In adoption as in birth, there can only be acceptance.  That the child be healthy, have ten fingers and toes and maybe good spelling grades.


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  • Abby March 21, 2014, 12:42

    This is absolutely, without a doubt, the most beautiful thing you’ve ever written. Thank you, from the bottom of my heart. XOXO

  • Walt March 21, 2014, 12:47

    Oh Christ! Now you got me crying…..again.

  • Walt January 12, 2016, 23:30

    Clark Sykes Chamberlain has been adopted into our family. Love grows.

  • walt313 January 27, 2019, 14:55

    Luke Henry Chamberlain has joined his biological brother.

  • Abby March 16, 2019, 14:36

    This still gets me in the guts every time I read it. Love you. Xo

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