"A face appeared! That was the most awesome moment....A human being entering the world through this different doorway, this extraordinary way to enter the world! And it was a birth. The same feeling of awe, of wonder, of sacredness I had felt at the home births. Yes, this is one more of us coming here to earth for whatever he or she has to experience and learn. In writing about it, I still find myself moved. I still feel the mystery and the wonder.
As I watched, I felt acceptance. It is OK to come in this way: the blood, the cutting, the abrupt intrusion, the emotions of the people, the awkwardness of it. Somewhere inside, I came to a deeper acceptance of how I was born."*
I found this quote from a lady who had struggled with being born by cesaeran. I thought it was a wonderful description of how we too can find meaning in birth, even if it is not how we expect it. A new life is always a wonderful moment. There is also a great story of finding meaning in c-section births at this link http://www.jewishpregnancy.org/spirituality_for_birth/csection.html
*this was written by Jane English who has since 1973 been exploring the implications of having been born non-labor cesarean