Descriptive writing is something which focuses more on the details and physicality of whatever is under discussion. Because of this, the structure of the essay is generally seen as being less rigid than other essays, although it does still follow the basic structure of introduction, three to five body paragraphs, and conclusion. Descriptive essays need to consider their audience very carefully, as this will determine the type of language that is used, as well as how the essay itself is written. Descriptive essays can be written in chronological order, but the type of essay means that they are usually arranged spatially, with lyric essays being a very good example of the format.
On my opinion the concept of compassion brought in the Buddhist faith, is more appealing, however abortion should be carried out with the assistant of a health professional, and only when it is dangerous to either the mother or the child. The mother side should be given precedence since she is a living being in existence as to the un-born as believed by the Buddhist. It is therefore depended on individual judgment whether to carry out abortion or not. The Buddhist vie of abortion is more liberal this is because it leaves the decision to the person who engages in the act to a large extent. The contemporary society is fuelled largely by the freedom of personal choice and technology. These doctrines seem to be well illustrated in the Buddhist view of abortion. To support my choice for Buddhist way of handling the abortion issue, I present the general universal consensus that the various Buddhist ethicists have advanced. In fact their approach to abortion has been considered by other scholars and organizations as being the best as pointed out by SPUC (2010). Tsomo (1998) further points out that Buddhists do recognize the level of incongruity that exists in the ethical theory of abortion as well as in the actual practice of the abortion. They however do not in any way condone the inappropriate, meaningless and taking of life. They therefore use their views of morality of abortion to advocate for a universal understanding as well as the expression of compassion towards all forms of living things. Their views are nonjudgmental while respecting both the rights as well as the freedom of all human beings in the making of their own choices.
God loves every child, no matter the circumstances of their conception. To say that the baby is unwanted means that we are negating the love of God. Also, your comment presumes incorrectly that there are only 2 choices for the mother - either have the child killed or raise it on her own. That's false and misleading. If the mother is not capable for whatever reason of bringing the child up and supporting him or her, or even just doesn't want to, then there are many, many loving couples who can't have children of their own, who would love to be parents tho this child and to care for him or her. In any case, He loves that child and has loving plans for him or her, plans that none of us can presume to know ahead of time. Maybe that child will grow up to be a loving mother, father, brother or sister, a teacher, scientist, president, etc. Maybe the reason God allows a child to come after a rape is because through that child, God can bless this world in unexpected ways to combat the evil that people like the rapist do. To assume you need to kill an innocent baby to achieve good is the complete opposite of Faith, and totally un-Jewish.