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She May Need Our Sympathy

Bradley Mattes   |   June 07, 2024

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Often, they publish online posts of reader opinions on various topics.  This one got my attention because I frequently travel by air.  A woman with a child under two was traveling alone in an aisle seat.  A flight attendant offered to move her up a few rows where there was an open middle seat to give this mom much needed space.  But the passenger in the window seat was furious, complaining to the flight attendant and passenger that the baby would disturb her sleep and continued to make rude remarks.  I couldn’t help but wonder if the passenger’s extra rude attitude came from a past abortion.  Did the child’s presence cause her to behave this way?  We can never assume, but abortion generates internal anguish and anger.  She may need our sympathy.  

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