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It didn’t know any better, and there’s no point in regretting or belabouring this – only in using this knowledge to empower yourself now.when I grow up, I won’t be able to walk or move.” In both cases, these sensitive souls were not just making uncanny future predictions; they were expressing in metaphor what they already felt inside, what their world was like.