You attract the energy you put out. The Universe will keep on sending you problems and annoyances that hit an issue you have within yourself as long as they remain useful to you. Once that issue is resolved, the problem no longer stimulates your personal evolution and therefore no…
As much as I love babies and children I have to admit I experience a lot of sadness when people have their own children rather than adopting. Knowing how many abandoned children live on the streets/in orphanages all around the world without a family of their own just ruins the beauty of new life for me that I was once so fascinated by. It breaks my heart that people are not selfless enough to drop the whole ‘but I want to have children of my OWN - theres no shame in that!’ act and just look at the situation around them…
The world is overpopulating. We have a massively high proportion of a dependant population. Because of capitalism’s unfair sharing of and animal industry’s depletion of resources we don’t have enough to feed everyone. Habitats that house important eco systems and species just as valuable as human life, are being destroyed to make way for housing the growing population, when this planet isn’t solely ours to claim. You are most likely in a position privileged enough that you have access to contraception, while many others do not and so do not have a choice as to whether they procreate. And on top of all this there are children who are destined to spend their entire lives without a family to call their own and a stable home to live in, and you *needing* to have your own children is denying them of that. You could be helping them instead of bringing yet another resource-sucking leech into the world (I love kids but come on, thats what new human life is.)
I realise this is a controversial/perhaps extreme view but I want anyone who’s sitting there now brimming with anger at my audacity to critique their life choices and their human rights, to please think about the impact of your choices. Because I don’t think, at this point in time, that such a choice is a personal one that is free from consequences to others, or to the planet. I think the situation is in a state now that we must adjust to accordingly. And that involves compromising our own wishes to do all that we can to give love and stability and a home to abandoned and orphaned children, rather than bringing new life into the world that jeopardizes the fragile state of our human-planet relationship even more than it already has been.
In several research studies, women were given Plan B after determining (via hormone tests) which women had ovulated and which had not. The results all showed that none of the women who took Plan B before ovulation became pregnant (these results really help to emphasize how Plan B works by delaying ovulation). Pregnancies only occurred in women who took Plan B on or after the day of ovulation, and these women became pregnant at the same rate as women who have not taken Plan B. Such results prompted researchers Noé, Croxatto, Salvatierra, and Reyes (2011) to conclude that Plan B
“Does not prevent embryo implantation and therefore cannot be labeled as abortifacient.”