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Moth dead people question

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I've been really thinking about someone I really liked 2 years ago who commited suicide by jumping infront of train

one night ive almost cried when thinking about that person then I asked (in my mind) that person things and such

and then I looked at the window and suddenly there was a moth on the window trying to get inside, i had really strange feeling it was that person or something i dont know

dont think im crazy or anything i was just wondering what are some thoughts about this thing

if you just want to joke or troll or whatever dont bother with it please

thank you

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I'm not sure about moths, but I have read that in some cultures it is believed that butterflies are the spirits of deceased loved ones.

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Your loved one sent the moth as validation. "I hear the thoughts you send. Thank you."

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When you think of a dead loved one, or close friend and then something happens shortly afterwards, you do question whether or not it is connected. It is only natural.

However, I would be rather dubious of a moth trying to get in through the window. This is a normal and regular occurence as moths are attracted to light.

Had it been something not quite so normal, and there was no other rational explanation, then perhaps it is possible a spirit could be involved. :)

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okay I was curious because in the movie "in hell" (2003) something like that happened and the main actor thought it was his wife reinarnated

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