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Started by Sunnysweets, September 26, 2008, 03:45:53 AM
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Quote from: Assyriankey on September 26, 2008, 02:19:35 PMHi Sunnysweets, thanks for a very interesting testimonial - there's nothing quite like life to make us think of miracles.I felt a bit weepy reading some parts of your post. Is there any chance at all you can get Alyssa interested in aviation again?:)
Quote from: seka on September 26, 2008, 01:42:41 PM+1 for sharing your story.I may not agree with you on why it happened, but, I have no reason to not believe the facts of the story. Children are amazing, and there are certainly many things in this world that I have no explanation for. I hope you do not mind (I always get accused of trying to take over other people's threads), but I would like to share a story about my cousin.When my uncle's family first moved to the US, his younger daughter was three. Her family were refugees for the whole time she was alive, and lived in hard and dangerous conditions. Knowing about the girl, my mom constantly thought about her, and worried about her safety. She thought about the rest of them as well, but most of her thoughts were concentrated on this little girl, who was the youngest in that family. Due to their living circumstances, the girl had never even seen a picture of my mom, but still, when my mom picked them up at the airport Ines walked over to her, gave her a hug, and said "I know you, you are the lady who was always with me and keeping me safe when I was a baby."There is no way that she could have known my mom, or even that it was my mom thinking of her - she only knew that this was an aunt from far away, from her parents. Still, she recognized her as soon as she saw her. These are amazing things, and it would be foolish to deny them just because I have no explanation for them. I am glad you have your baby girl :)