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Thank youAnother visit. My late twin brother, Jacob was in my dreams again. I haven’t ‘seen’ him in a while. Once again, he appears when I need him most. I've been stressed and kind of unsure about how to deal with some things going on in my life at the moment. We didn't speak in my dream; we never have to, though he has before. We just sat across from one another and ‘spoke’ the language only we understand for the entire night. It’s a silent language that means more to me than any verbal conversation a person could give me. As always, he held a blue glow that was as vibrant as ever. He held his never faltering smile and ‘told’ me if I listened to him, I would be fine. Before I woke up, I apologized again. I apologized for being too weak to be sure we could both be sustained in our time in our mother’s womb; for being born without him and leaving him behind. As he always has, he told me it wasn't my fault. Conscious of it or not, I took his
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