“The moment you give up your principles, and your values, you are dead, your culture is dead, your civilization is dead. Period.” — Oriana Fallaci
In a western region of the United States the teacher stood before the challenged couple, the young mother holding their newborn child. “You need to get married now, be good parents, make a home for your baby.”
“But I don’t want to get married,” the teenage mother said to the teacher.
The teacher was plainly not expecting that response. “Well, your baby needs a mother and a father.”
The mother’s smooth, matter-of-fact response spoke to her having given extensive thought to the situation. “Oh, she has a mother and a father.” She nodded her head to the boy who stood mutely beside her. “Just not a husband and a wife.”
The exceptionally beautiful baby lay asleep, oblivious to the difficulties and deprivation she will suffer.
Recently England churned out this scene:
A British school was blasted Friday after kids as young as 11 were told to shout obscenities during a lesson in swearing.
Expletives like the f-word and c-word were written on a blackboard before a teacher explained their meaning to 30 seventh graders.
S.t Laurence School in Bradford on Avon, Wilts, claims it was part of a sex and relationship education program to “dispel” the myths of swear words.
But parents say they were not consulted by head James Colquhoun about the class and say kids were left “deeply upset.”
Some pupils claim the teacher told them not to tell parents about the lesson.
Frequently now, I feel as though I have stumbled into a rabbit hole and have entered a strange and bewildering land where ordinary principles and values evaporate as does steaming water from a heated kettle. Shame is rare. Common sense has disappeared. Moral standards that were widely accepted in recent years are disdained and mocked.
In 2006, for the first time in U.S. history, a majority of all births to women under age 30–50.4 percent–were out of wedlock. Nearly 80 percent of births among black women were out of wedlock.
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It is against school regulations to hand out aspirin to students, but a girl may legally have an abortion without her parents being notified. “Sexting” is wide-spread among teen-agers and young adults. “Gay” couples demand their unnatural unions to be declared legal marriages. It’s a world gone mad.
Each of us occupies a small stand of ground, we’ve been set as guard at a compact circle of people; a few children and young people turn to us for wisdom. Though our sway may be less compelling than we wish, and our rank notched on the lower end of the scale, let our fist stay tight, let our grip stay firm on those values and principles that lie at core of Christian values. For if such go…I fear for our existence.