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  • Simon Platts
    Me too ________________________________ From: timetraveler128 To: titanicmemories@yahoogroups.com Sent: Friday, 1 March 2013, 18:57
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      Me too


      From: timetraveler128 <japanesecoffee@...>
      To: titanicmemories@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Friday, 1 March 2013, 18:57
      Subject: [titanicmemories] Re: Conversation

       
      I have a hard time in remembering any of my past lives.

      --- In titanicmemories@yahoogroups.com, Albert Chang wrote:
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      > I don't think you're whining or cranky. I don't usually comment much, simply because, once my story was told, I felt I could close that chapter. I've never gone public with my revelations of past lives, and have no intention to do so. Oddly enough (or not?), in my former life I sought anonymity after the sinking, so I certainly don't want the notoriety now. Especially after what Bill has experienced for coming forward.
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      > I do sometimes wish, for the sake of satisfying certain lingering questions, that there could be a sort of reunion. I wonder if we'd recognize each other? The question of whether we'd met anyone in this lifetime who'd been there is an interesting one. I think I might have done so. Years ago, when my husband and I lived in Ohio, I met a woman at work who seemed so familiar that it seemed we'd been friends forever. We'd never discussed Titanic until the movie came out. We saw it together with our husbands. We were both emotional wrecks even before the movie ended. For me it was a case of reliving the horror, and she confessed to feeling the same way. Coincidentally, a 1st class passenger who'd died on Titanic had the same name as my friend.
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      > I've always felt a kinship with Titanic even as a little girl. When the ship was finally located in 1985, all sorts of memories came flooding back. I finally arranged a past-life regression in 2010 which confirmed who I believed I was and uncovered more memories.
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      > Knowing resulted in a major resolution for me. I have always felt a need to "rescue" every stray, every needy person - a herculean task that was unrealistic at best. After I realized that my duty on Titanic had been to save as many as I could manage and why I felt such guilt at surviving while so many perished, I understood why I'd tried so hard to "rescue" everyone and everything in this life. I understood that I cannot and couldn't then either. It was a relief to have such a burden lifted at last.
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      > But what is your story, traveler?
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      > --"Mary"
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      > --- On Thu, 2/28/13, timetraveler128 wrote:
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      > From: timetraveler128
      > Subject: [titanicmemories] Conversation
      > To: titanicmemories@yahoogroups.com
      > Date: Thursday, February 28, 2013, 10:19 PM
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      > Is there anything that someone wants to talk about?
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      > Mistakes in Movies.
      > Rant about fan fiction writers who put too much personal liberties with your past life.
      > Anything personal traits that you cared over from the previous life.
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      > Sorry for my whining. When I get depressed, I either become cranky or "whiny". I was told that I speak too bluntly and too a point that someone once made a odd comment.
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