That's a great question. I think as a good hearted and healthy man if a Rastaman donates his sperm, it is going to a good cause, to help a woman or a family who is trying to have a baby, and that is a beautiful thing. Just like getting a sperm donation, giving sperm has got to be a deeply personal choice, and I have no judgement for someone who makes that choice for the right reason - bringing life.
There are some men who donate sperm just for money and that's an interesting trade to me, I can't imagine doing that or on my side as a womban doing egg donation just for money which yes some women do that also. But if it's a choice of giving of their own body, whether egg or sperm, for the conscious purpose of helping another family, I think that's beautiful.
As someone who has struggled a lot with fertility issues I think I'm keenly aware of how difficult that struggle is for people, and if I were to need it I would be extremely thankhful for the sperm of a righteous Rasta man even more so than coming from some non-conscious, some babylonian man. Thankhfully my Kingman sperm is not the problem with us, but if it was, what better choice than the sperm from someone who is similar to him?
My Kingman comes from a father who just breed his mom and left. He has had very little involvement with his father, ever. Yet my King is truly the most sincere and kind person Inhave ever known. His mother raised him to be this person. And he has even told me, he used to tell his mama, she is both mother and father to him. She did all of the nurturing as well as all of the discipline. And he turned out amazing. So I think yes the mother, father, and child together is the ideal but it can still turn out great if there is a single parent.
I myself come from a father with generational issues of anger, violence, post traumatic stress from serving in wars, and my father was far from a perfect man. Even my mother's side has issues with eating disorders bad, almost all of them struggle with that. So I myself am coming from two genetic lines of real issues. Yet I've been able to overcome that. I have been able to break generational curses. Even the problems of child molestation that my family has had and they inflicted on me, I have been the one to break that cycle of abuse, to heal myself and to make sure the future generations are saved from that. So do I think there is possibility of innate evil being passed on through genetics, or even innate personality disorders, yes I do because I have seen it happen - but I think we as individuals always hold the power to overcome that because I have been able to do it.
Sperm donors are not random unknown people, either. They have a psychological profile, a health and family history profile, photos and other information such as their educational and occupational background. When a woman or a couple goes in to select a sperm donor, they can choose the one they want based on all of those factors. So it's not just an unknown donor. It's a carefully chosen donor. And often times even more so than the way a lot of women choose their mate - based on how many drinks he bought her or based off his washboard abs or some other surface level thing like this, and often times a woman is pregnant before she even truly knows who her mate is and she has to find out later ooops this was the wrong person. I think if a woman or a couple has gotten to the point of selecting a sperm donor, she/they are probably approaching this after a long line of other options which did not work out, she/they are probably taking this process very seriously and choosing carefully the sperm which they will use. And not taking it lightly. And probably have a lot of heartbreak over losses or pain over wishes not coming true for such a long time. I have compassion for them and I wish for them to find sperm donors of quality, and to be able to finally have that dream of a family come true.
Fertility issues are becoming more and more common both on female and male sides. If a man is healthy and makes high quality sperm and he has come to a point in himself where he wants to help others have a family, I know many people would be so thankhful for that decision.
More Life, always, I am on the side of more Life. Because being alive is a chance for our souls to learn lessons they would otherwise not have access to in a non-incarnate state of being. So I am on the side of those souls getting their chance to come and experience physicality and learn their valuable lessons from this experience. Just as we are doing.
Garvey I, I Raspect the I choice still to be careful about who to have children with, and to approach that subject with serious meditation. That's a great thing and shows great wisemind. I hope for the I that the right womban will come along and the I will have that experience of fatherhood in the way that the I want it.
More Life, more fertility, more babies, More Life.