Steve Jobs: 'I'm glad I didn't end up as an abortion'
Jobs eventually arranged a reunion, hoping to tell his mother she had "done the right thing."
"I wanted to meet [her] mostly to see if she was OK and to thank her, because I'm glad I didn't end up as an abortion," he told Isaacson. "She was 23 and she went through a lot to have me."
Both mother and sister spent Christmases at Jobs' house, but his birth mother often burst into tears, telling him how much she loved him and apologizing for giving him up. "Don't worry," Jobs told her, according to his biographer. "I had a great childhood. I turned out OK."...
But from a hypothetical position, let's say you're one who thinks unbaptized infants go into limbo, B-16 attempts to put limbo into limbo, or think with predestination that child will end up wherever he was predestined to end up, then you folks should be against abortion because these people destined for unpleasant places, should have had at least a chance to eat, drink, and be merry, before they died. Now we know that Steve Jobs did not turn out alright, but at least had his chance.