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  1. At what point in gestation do you think we mortals get the opportunity to raise children we've lost (stillborn, miscarriages, etc.)? * I understand the opinions provided do not constitute doctrine and I'm 100% fine with that. * I also understand that in the Millenium we may have the opportunity to bear additional children - making somewhat moot or null my main question - but there's something about mortality that's likely unique in the eternal scheme of things. Context: A family member shared that lefties are often twins. We have a leftie in our family. Did he/she have a twin before being born / fully gestating? Generally, left-handedness is found in 10.6% of the overall population.[1] Some studies have reported that left-handedness is more common in twins than in singletons, occurring in 21% of people who are twins.[2]
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