Saturday, July 9, 2016

It's All About Connections

I have to come to believe in the interconnectedness of everything. I don't pretend to know exactly how all this is accomplished, but being unable to explain everything doesn't bother me.

I have written before about the remarkable coincidences and connection between twins, for example the well-known case of the Jim Twins. Guy Lyon Playfair has written an interesting book titled Twin Telepathy which is worth a read.

Now comes the interesting story of  twins Sarah Mariuz and Leah Rodgers who gave birth to their babies on the same day (last Thursday) at the same time (1:18 a.m.). You can read all the interesting details by clicking this link.

When I was in college I had friends who were twins. That was probably my first fascination with twin-telepathy, as listened enthralled by their stories. These ladies were nearly identical and so similar in voice, mannerisms and personalities.

Some of the connections really blow the mind.

10 comments:

  1. Miss you, Doug. Hope you had a very Merry Christmas! :)

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  2. Time passes by and bloggers drift apart. :) Not forgotten though. Just a note to say hello. Zoe

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    1. So nice to hear from you. I still read your posts as they come into my emailbox. Glad to know I haven't been forgotten. Just very busy with work and taking care of my mom.

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    2. Really??? I'm so very sad. I said I wished you a very merry Christmas, and I got nuthin'. :( Waaah!! ;)

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    3. Oh oh Doug B. Get thee back here and say hello to Doug R . . . pronto. *giggle*

      All the best Doug B for the coming year. And you too Doug R. :)

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  3. Doug R, I'm sorry I missed that. Been really busy between work and caring for my mom, who lives with me now. I think about you often, my friend, and hope everything is well with you.

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  4. Alice was asking about you today Doug B. I'll direct her to your comments here. Hope all is well with you and your mom. (((hugs)))

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    1. Hi Zoe! I think about you and her and all my old blogging friends often. I do Facebook now. It allows me to promote my team at work, as well as some hopefully uplifting thoughts and quotes.

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  5. Just popping in to wish you a holly jolly holiday season.

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  6. Just popped in again...I guess you don't live here anymore. I'll attempt to find you on Facebook.

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