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Michael Laitman, PhD

Siblings in the Family

We must explain to each of the siblings in the family that if they were born to the same parents and are growing up next to each other, then according to the soul, they are probably complementing one another and must be together.

They must understand that there is a bigger plan here, which made them siblings. Their family tie is precisely what allows them to complement Creation and relate to each other in a special way, building a mutual bond between them.

Such a bond doesn’t let us say, “I don’t want you to be; I’m pretending that you don’t exist; leave me alone.”

Every person complements the other, and in a family each member counts. Also, each new member has a place, regardless of tendencies or behavior—one may be reckless, the other indifferent, the third may like to daydream, and the fourth may be a rationalist.

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