Apr 7, 2011

Adoption is donation, act of love

Generate means create, conceive, produce, train, develop... Words that apply perfectly fertilization and the gestation of a new being.

To adopt you also need to generate within themselves the same desire. Adoption is an act of courage and love, without prejudice, and with full responsibility for that new person who entered in the family and will become part forever. The decision of the couple and the adaptation of family are essential so that the child be loved by all, smoothly, and that is welcome! We're talking of love, the encounter between mother, father and the son of the heart We talk about adoption.

Adoption is donation. Is love. Simple.

Is the love which moves the desire to adopt, that gives the certainty that the child needs you, that gives the patience to wait for legal decisions and promotes this meeting for life.

A professional opinion - Say or not say to the child; you was adopted.
Dr. Luiz Eduardo Py -Psychologist and Psychiatrist
"Adoption is much more to give than to receive. When we have adopted is to care for a child helpless. The motivation must be generous.
Adoption is a very nice gesture because it is a donation. And most importantly: the child must soon find out that she was adopted. Do not cease to inform it at the earliest opportunity, explaining to her what is adoption.
The environment of freedom at home, and the opportunities that arise in day-to-day, for example, can help in time to tell for the child about the adoption. Remember what he was chosen to be loved. The child did not come from the belly, but of the heart."

- The adoption, since in ancient history is reported as a grandiose act and unconditional love. Moses, for example, was adopted by Pharaoh's daughter and educated as a Prince.

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4 comments:

satire and theology said...

'Adoption is a very nice gesture because it is a donation. And most importantly: the child must soon find out that she was adopted. Do not cease to inform it at the earliest opportunity, explaining to her what is adoption.'

I am adopted. I agree the child should be told. There are many children throughout the world from certain countries that need to be adopted and it is a godly thing to do to assist them. Thanks Adelle.

uchychy may said...

i wrote a note about adoption last week.In my note i was encouraging parents that are into it.is not easy and the are doing a great job.So am very happy to read this beautiful post from you about adoption.great post keep it up.am adding your blog right away in my favorite blog list in my blogspot homepage.nice being friends.cheers

karen said...

Great post. My cousin was adopted and my aunt and uncle told him at a very early age. He is a wonderful cousin. So glad they added him to our family.

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