“The Child Who Was Never Born”
sculptor: Martin Hudáčeka
Wow. What a powerful sculpture.
i whispered to myself “how long do i have to scroll through the notes until i see someone misinterpret this as a statement on abortion instead of a miscarriage or being infertile”
Woah woah woah. Hold up. Misinterpret? Check yourself.
"As an art student, Martin Hudáček of Slovakia was moved to create a sculpture to draw attention to the devastation abortion can bring to the woman, and to the fact that through the love and mercy of God, reconciliation and healing are possible.
The sculpture shows a woman in great sorrow grieving her abortion. The second figure in the work is the aborted child, presented as a young child, who in a very touching, healing way, comes to the mother, to offer forgiveness.
Martin, who named the work “Memorial for Unborn Children,” said the sculpture also “expresses hope which is given to believers by the One who died on the cross for us, and showed how much He cares about all of us.”
Marek Hudáček, brother of Martin, says both he and his brother were extremely surprised by the positive reactions from all over the world to the sculpture, “We did not expect it… The main intention of my brother to do the sculpture was not to be famous, but to speak about the important value of human life and the necessity to protect it from conception.”
God bless whoever made this post.
black holes actually exist and here we are worrying about whether people on the internet like us or not