Not everything is perfect. You can’t get enough of the right kind of personality. It is important to keep both of your inner self in check.
You are aware of your own inner self in a way that you can’t see it. But you’re not aware of your twin’s (or one of your twin’s) inner self. You might be aware of how much you’re afraid of your twin or you might have an idea of why he’s so afraid. Or you might have no idea whatsoever.
In order for us to be able to see the twins, we must either be aware of them or have a twin to show us the pictures of our twin selves.
Thats why I dont think that twinning is that bad. Its more like a kind of self-therapy. But you cant take that approach to twins as they are a bit of a taboo in most religious communities. It is not like you can just go and get a priest or have a priest bless you but you can start thinking of yourselves as twins.
In fact, it is quite a bit easier to conceive of twins nowadays than it was in the past. Thats because technology has made it easier to produce a baby or two, and the idea of someone taking an active role in raising a child has been pushed to the limit. Of course, we can still take the active role in raising a child and still look a bit like twins. That is, if our parents have raised us right.
The idea of both of us having to take a bit of an active role in raising a child is a great one. It works both ways. If we get our parents to raise us right, then we also do a bit of active role in raising a child, so yes, we look like twins. But more than that, if we are genetically identical, then the idea of twins is not only possible, but normal. We are identical twins.
Our genetic make-up is perfectly normal. Our two sets of identical cells were created in the womb and are identical twins. We share 99.9% of our DNA with each other, so we are all 100% identical. We also share 99.9999999% of our DNA with each other, so we are all 100% identical by blood.
When we were born, we had identical DNA. When we got married, we had identical DNA. When we got laid, we had identical DNA. None of this is true for twins, of course.
But we share 99.99999999% of our DNA with each other. As twins, we are 100% identical.
We each have exactly the same genetic material as all of the other twin cell-mates, but we cannot be 100 identical. In fact, we cannot be identical by any amount of DNA. We cannot share any DNA with each other. That means that while we are both 100 identical, we are not 100 identical by any amount of DNA. In fact, we can be more than 100 identical but not identical. Our DNA and our DNA are different.