Abortion Silences the Music of Life


Abortion Silences the Music of Life

Bradley Mattes   |   July 16, 2020

Boris Brott is a world-renowned Canadian conductor of the Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra.  He had been mystified by his ability to play certain scores, sight unseen—the cello line being the most distinct in his mind.  Then his mother solved the mystery.  She was a professional cellist who played certain pieces while pregnant, which were the scores he knew.  This budding conductor had been listening from inside the womb.  Brott said, “Music has been part of me since before birth.”  This is further evidence of the amazing development of prenatal life.  Now, consider that late-term abortions, even later than when a baby is able to hear sounds and feel pain, are legally done in America today.  It’s a tragic reality that abortion silences the music of life.

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