Police have issued an urgent appeal to trace the infant's mother. A spokesman said, "Enquiries are at a very early stage and our primary concern is to locate the mother of the new born baby girl to ensure that she receives urgent medical care. It is highly likely that the mother is in a very distressed state and needs professional support. We urge her to contact the police or medical staff as a matter of urgency as her health and wellbeing is the priority." Read more from the Mirror.
Just last week, a baby was found in a storm drain in Australia.
What is going wrong? Some people try so hard to produce a baby of their own, while others are throwing them away in the most heartless manner. Life is precious—each child a new soul.
How does this tie in with throwing things away, you might ask.
Only this morning, I received two nominations for the Liebster Award. But that's just blog writers who pass the offer along in a tier effect, which gradually builds until every blogger in the world has received one.
You might wonder why I would want to stop writing every day since doing so for the last two years. (Some of you might think, 'about time too.') Although roughly 1,000 people every day read my views on news, plus about 80 a day from last year's separate blog, I gain nothing and give far too much time to my effort. I'd rather spend more time writing novels. Since the blog was established to showcase my writing ingenuity, it hasn't resulted in the longed-for sales of my novels. End of rant.
So how does this tie in with throwing away babies? I'm sure you can guess.
However, a real baby is a precious form of life, whereas a blog is simply a creation of words—like a book. And I don't give them away.
As the expression goes: Why flog a dead horse? Your views?