We have added the video link above to inspire people. Even though Derek has severe challenges, he also concealed immense talents. we believe it is arrogant to assume we can tell what a person can accomplish before birth? Derek’s story: Derek Paravicini is one of those incredible human beings that only comes around every 200 years or so. Born almost three months premature, Derek very nearly died in his first moments of life, but through luck and faith he managed to scrape by. However, being born so early had severe consequences on his brain; suffering from autism, his parents initially feared what his future would be. But they soon began to realize that though he was a bit different, he still wanted love and he still enjoyed living! Classified as a musical savant, Derek eventually learned how to properly play the piano; but his teacher quickly realized how incredibly gifted his mind was. Able to use 100% of his brainpower while hyper focusing on his music, this musician showed everyone that he was quite probably one of the best piano players in the history of the world. Able to play any song after hearing it just once, his complex mind acts as a sort of musical library that stores an infinite amount of possible songs. Played in any style, in any key, Derek is a perfect example of what the human brain is really capable of.
Other sites of interest: A further breakdown of the common arguments for abortion. onlineforlife.org/blog       Facts on how abortion damages women  www.lifenews.com/2013/08/27/ For Post abortion information and peer counselling for many cities in Canada contact:  Canadian Association of Pregnancy Support Services  http://www.capss.com/ Training for helping women in crisis pregnancies: Heartbeat International  www.heartbeatinternational.org Or great resources on post abortion trauma.   https://www.healinghearts.org/ Pro life informative videos Bernard N. Nathanson was for a time the director of the Center for Reproductive and Sexual Health (CRASH), then the largest free-standing abortion facility in the world. In 1974 Nathanson wrote: “I am deeply troubled by my own increasing certainty that I had in fact presided over 60,000 deaths Personal testimonies: From women who survived an abortion
Research on Post Abortion Syndrome. At this time many modern studies deny it’s existence, deny that women feel major depression and regret after an abortion. However, some research is being done. For example a study published in a 2005 edition of the Journal of Anxiety Disorders found that women who aborted their unintended pregnancies were 30 percent more likely to subsequently report all the symptoms of generalized anxiety disorder than those women who had carried their unintended pregnancies to term. A study of a state-funded medical insurance program in California published in the American Journal of Orthopsychiatry in 2002 showed that the rate of mental health claims for women who aborted was 17 percent higher than those who had carried their children to term. In the 1996 article in the British Medical Journal and a 2002 article in the Southern Medical Journal, the risk of death from suicide is two to six times higher for women who have had abortions when compared, again, with women who have given birth.   In a landmark 2003 article in the Obstetrical and Gynaecological Survey, several studies showed that induced abortion also increases the risk of placenta previa by 50 percent and doubles the risk of pre-term birth in later pregnancies. Placenta previa — where the placenta implants at the bottom of the uterus and covers the cervix — places the lives of both mother and child at risk in that later pregnancy. Pre-term birth is associated with low birth-weight babies, and very low birth-weight babies (those born between 20 and 27 weeks) have 38 times the risk of having cerebral palsy than full-term babies. According to Dr. Byron Calhoun, director of the Antenatal Diagnostic Center at Rockford Memorial Hospital in Illinois, approximately 30 percent of pre-term births are attributable to prior abortions. Quoted from an article by Erika Bachiochi http://www.crisismagazine.com/2009/how-abortion-hurts-women-the-hard-evidence
Or check their website out at http://prolifetraining.com/ 
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Other sites of interest: A further breakdown of the common arguments for abortion. onlineforlife.org/blog Facts on how abortion damages women   www.lifenews.com/2013/08/27/ For Post abortion information and peer counselling for many cities in Canada contact:  Canadian Association of Pregnancy Support Services  http://www.capss.com/ Training for helping women in crisis pregnancies: Heartbeat International  www.heartbeatinternational.org Or great resources on post abortion trauma.   https://www.healinghearts.org/ Pro life informative videos Bernard N. Nathanson was for a time the director of the Center for Reproductive and Sexual Health (CRASH), then the largest free-standing abortion facility in the world. In 1974 Nathanson wrote: “I am deeply troubled by my own increasing certainty that I had in fact presided over 60,000 deaths Personal testimonies:  From a women who survived an abortion
Research on Post Abortion Syndrome. At this time many modern studies deny it’s existence, deny that women feel major depression and regret after an abortion. However, some research is being done. For example a study published in a 2005 edition of the Journal of Anxiety Disorders found that women who aborted their unintended pregnancies were 30 percent more likely to subsequently report all the symptoms of generalized anxiety disorder than those women who had carried their unintended pregnancies to term. A study of a state-funded medical insurance program in California published in the American Journal of Orthopsychiatry in 2002 showed that the rate of mental health claims for women who aborted was 17 percent higher than those who had carried their children to term. In the 1996 article in the British Medical Journal and a 2002 article in the Southern Medical Journal, the risk of death from suicide is two to six times higher for women who have had abortions when compared, again, with women who have given birth.   In a landmark 2003 article in the Obstetrical and Gynaecological Survey, several studies showed that induced abortion also increases the risk of placenta previa by 50 percent and doubles the risk of pre-term birth in later pregnancies. Placenta previa — where the placenta implants at the bottom of the uterus and covers the cervix — places the lives of both mother and child at risk in that later pregnancy. Pre-term birth is associated with low birth-weight babies, and very low birth-weight babies (those born between 20 and 27 weeks) have 38 times the risk of having cerebral palsy than full-term babies. According to Dr. Byron Calhoun, director of the Antenatal Diagnostic Center at Rockford Memorial Hospital in Illinois, approximately 30 percent of pre-term births are attributable to prior abortions. Quoted from an article by Erika Bachiochi http://www.crisismagazine.com/2009/
Or check their website out at http://prolifetraining.com/ 
Resources and testimonies
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