Call it the generous act of giving a child a new life or a selfish way of fulfilling your own needs, adopting a baby is one of the noblest things in the world. In fact, every family should adopt at least one child to make the world a better place to live in
Call it the generous act of giving a child a new life or a selfish way of fulfilling your own needs, adopting a baby is one of the noblest things in the world. In fact, every family should adopt at least one child to make the world a better place to live in.
Even if you have a biological child of your own, adopting a child will teach your kid the true value of human life. It will also make adapting to changes easier and more natural. We all know how important siblings are, so why not adopt one and set a beautiful example for your child?
A family that pours all its love on a child that’s biologically not theirs is a family we should all look up to. It’s difficult to give it the love, care and affection it deserves because the baby belongs to a different caste, class, creed and religion. But when a family forgets about such silly issues and loves the baby unconditionally, it teaches the kids an important lesson.
Everybody is born equal, it’s our fate that seals our future for us. Some of are born into rich and vibrant families, while some of us are born into poor ones. And some of our unfortunate brothers and sisters are born into such families that give them up for adoption due to various reasons. So why not give one such kid a life it deserves? Isn’t making someone else happy the truest form of being happy?
One of the reasons people hesitate before adopting a child is the background. What if its family or ancestry has some life-threatening illness that would affect the child in the later stage? What if the child fails to accept its adoptive parents as its real ones? What if the society mocks at us? Well, these are genuine concerns that you should have, but these shouldn’t stop you from bringing home a child.
Reputed agencies keep a medical record of the child to ensure that the adopting family knows what sort of issues the child can face in the later stage. If you raise the child with love and care, it will grow up to respect you and definitely accept you as his/her family. And society? It be damned. When you’re doing something noble, you shouldn’t worry about others. And if you’re worried about the confusing and often gruelling adopting procedures, don’t be! It’s not as difficult as people make it to be…
Let’s hope that today’s youth, who are tomorrow’s hope would be more willing to adopt and usher in a change…