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From: Peg
Date: Wednesday, March 07, 2018 3:49 PM
To: Pat
Subject: Re: Anyone know anything about this
I was brought up Southern Baptist, reincarnation was never mentioned even tho deep down from the age of 4 I felt like I'd been 'somewhere' else before I was born. Cannot explain it, it's a feeling that's always been there. While on a trip shortly after my mother passed away we were passing through a quaint little town in another state when all of a sudden we turned a corner and the thought came to me that this looked like home. I had no reason to think of this town as home because it simply looked nothing like the town I was born and raised in. With my Baptist upbringing we were taught that man was born to die only once, nothing about coming back again and again. I can't dismiss what I've always been taught and yet I can't let go of this feeling that I may have been here before. It's sort of been my own personal struggle throughout life, rarely discussing it with anyone.
We always go past a house I lived in as a child when we go to put flowers on my mother and daddy's grave. I am always saddened by how it looks, so neglected and run down. The last time we were there I said no more, I don't want to see it again. I feel no connection to that place other than a few memories, some not very pleasant. And when I feel that connection to a strange place, I'm filled with questions, like why does this feel more like home than the actual home I was raised in. For lack of a better word, life can be weird at times!
So yes, I can understand feeling familiar with certain places, houses, etc.... It's happened to me several times. My own husband is so strongly drawn to anything civil war related that I've often told him he must have lived during that period of time. I really do believe that!

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