Having lived in a few (Western) nations, I will be so bold as to claim that I have identified two things that are universal (among many others I'm sure.) One is the love of human life. Unfortunately, alongside of that love is the hatred of human life.
When you tell people that you have four children and their first response is "you should've used a condom" or (in the case of the mother) "So, you've had your tubes tied now, haven't you?" they're basically telling you that the world, or at least your family, would be better off without your most recent children.
In the past 2 weeks, these exact ideas have been told to me and my wife more often than I would like to say.
That is hatred of human life.
While there are far too many of such hateful people, fortunately there are still many more who love human beings. They see baby twins and play with them; they bubble over in joy about how cute they are.
Or, on the other hand, they might talk about which one might be a better boss, and which one might be a better boss and which one might be a better salesman. Others may notice which one likes to get dirty and which one likes to stay clean. Some may kiss them, others may give them a blessing.
Not once does it occur to these people how the existence of these beautiful twins could've been prevented. Why? Because they love people, and human life gives them joy.
In the same past few weeks - especially in the past two days - these and many other such wonderful things have happened when people see our twins, thankfully far more than the kind of comment mentioned above.
The joy of seeing an infant is the joy of seeing new life brought into this world and at its very root the deepest love for humans.
The next time you see a baby, let it bring joy to your heart, and not a Godless, inhuman wish that the baby's life would've been prevented.