Life inside the womb!

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Life inside the womb!

Postby Sayyeda » 25 Dec 2004, 23:54

Once upon a time, twin boys were conceived in the womb.
Seconds, minutes, hours passed as the two embryonic lives developed.
The spark of life grew and each tiny brain began to take shape and form.
With the development of their brain came feeling, and with feeling perception - a perception of surroundings, of each other, and their own lives.

They discovered that life was good and they laughed and rejoiced in their hearts.

One said to the other, "We are sure lucky to have been conceived and to have this wonderful world."

The other claimed in, "Yes, blessed be our mother who gave us life and each other."

Each of the twins continued to grow and soon ther arms and fingers, legs and toes began to take shape. They stretched their bodies and churned and turned in their little world. They explored it and found the life cord which gave them life from their mother's blood. They were grateful for this new discovery and sang, "How great is the love of our mother- that she shares all she has with us!"

Weeks passed into months and with the advent of each new month, they noticed a change in each other and in themselves. "We are changing," one said. "What can it mean?"
"It means that we are drawing near to birth," sad the other.
An unsettling chill crept over thetwo. They were afraid of birth, for they knew that it meant leaving their wonderful world behind.

Said the one, "Were t upto me, I would live here forever."
"But we must be born," said the other. "It has happened to all the others. And I believe that there is life after birth, don't you?"
"How can there be life after birth?" cried the one.
"Do we not shed our life cord and also the blood tissue when we are born? And have you ecertalked to anyone who has been born? Has anyone ever re-entered the womb after birth to describe what birth is like? NO!!!" As he spoke, he fell into despair, and in his despair he moaned, "If the purpose of conception and our growth inside the womb is to end in birth, then truly our life is senseless." He clutched his precious life cord to his chest and said, "And if this is so, life is absurd, then there really can be no mothers!"
"But there is a mother," potested the other. "Who else gave us nourishment? Who else created this world for us?"
"We get our nourishment from this cord- and our world has always been here?" said the one. "And if there is a mother- where is she? Have you ever seen her? Does she ever talk to you? No! We invented the mother when we were young because it satisfied a need in us. It made us feel secured and happy."

Thus, while the other raved and despaired, the other resigned himself to birth and placed his trust in the hands of his mother. Hours turned nto days, and days into weeks. And soon it was time. They both knew their birth was at hand, and they both feared what they did not know. As the one was first to be conceived, he was the first to be born, theother following.

They cried as they were born into light. They coughed out the fluid and gasped thedry air. And when they were sure they had been born, they opened their eyes- seeing life after birth for the very first time.

What they saw was the beautiful eyes of their mother, as they were cradled lovingly in her arms. They were Home!!!
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