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‘March for Life’ Video: ‘Imagine if All of Who You Are or What You’re to Become Was Suddenly Extinct’

By Craig Bannister | October 22, 2018 | 11:56am EDT
March for Life 2019 video invites Americans to imagine the cost of abortion. (Screenshot)

Imagine how abortion deprives the world, a new video promoting the 2019 “March for Life” invites viewers.

“Imagine, if all of who you are, or what you’re to become, was suddenly extinct,” the video says.

Produced by Spirit Juice Studios and hosted by artist spoken word artist Justus Dominic, the video asks viewers to ponder what would’ve been lost, if abortion had robbed the world of the likes of Martin Luther King, Jr., Mahatma Gandhi, or Mother Teresa.

What’s more, imagine the good that will never be accomplished by the 60 million unborn babies aborted since Roe v. Wade legalized abortion:

“Sixty million unborn babies aborted since Roe versus Wade. Sixty million cures for diseases that could’ve been made. Sixty million ideas of light to invade this dark world’s shade. Sixty million songs of love and life that will never be played. Sixty million hearts cut by death’s spades.

“Made in the image of God, we were meant to be fruitful and multiple. Instead, we subtract, divide and fractionalize, choosing who has the right to live and rise.”

Next year’s March for Life will be held on January 18, 2019.

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