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There, but by the grace of God, go I

Today I was going to be thankful for a representative democracy and encourage people to vote ’em if you got ’em! But then I read this post from Ali.

And I’m thankful for Ali and the men and women of mercy ships who are giving women their lives back. Yes, their lives. Because of the the damage that childbirth inflicted on their bodies, they were outcasts, shunned and alone.

And I’m thankful that I love in a prosperous, medically advanced country. Because if I didn’t, if I lived in one of a multitude of countries around the world, I would more than likely be with these women. My body did not handle childbirth well, but capable doctors and the wealth of this country protected me from the shame these women bear.

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2 responses to “There, but by the grace of God, go I”

  1. Laureen Avatar

    Yes, yes, yes, yes. Ali's blog makes me cry. And laugh. And cry some more. I'm not a Christian of any flavor, but I absolutely believe in Something Bigger, and I thank that Something every single day for as many little blessings as I can think of, before I go to bed.

  2. April Avatar

    Cry, laugh, cry. Yep, that sounds about right. I'm very, very thankful for her!

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