No condition of indigence or poverty justifies the abandonment of a child. As far as my own experience is concerned, I am sure that a child would rather die of starvation or know that his parents are in prison than learn that they did not abandon him. If genocide is a crime against humanity, the abandonment of a child is much more, calling into question the first ethical principle for our survival: A mother should not abandon her child. Animals do not do that, or do so only if the little ones are naturally self-sufficient by birth.
It is an everlasting torture and I am sure that my son is wondering - in his own confusion - why he did not get in life what so many others were granted. Difficulties inevitably connected with the adoption bring the writer to explore the darkest places of human nature: schizophrenia, mental disorders, drugs, and homosexuality. In the everlasting clash between Law and Faith, Rules and Revealed Truth, Relativism and Absolutism, the only Law we can hold on to is the Law of Nature, “the natural order of things.” Thus many current subjects such as politics, information, justice, war, death, euthanasia, religion, fundamentalism can be seen from a much more balanced, yet trenchant viewpoint. The question is: Believe or have faith? Rule or Revealed Truth? Do not deny yourself .... in the name of a Myth! Read it ... maybe you'll find some answers!