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    margiedejesus posted:
    I am very spiritual and I do believe in God! I too wake up at 3am almost every morning as if I am waiting or anticipating for something. It seems that a lot of people around the world has the same issue. I just pray and ask for guidance and whatever is needed of me, I will abide by it.
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    jolitzm responded:
    3am is a very interesting time significance of it can be noted by many people its believed that the veil between our world and the spiritual is the thinnest but may i stress during this time if u feel like u are waiting for something be careful what you welcome i suggest pray strongly to God and the angels during this time


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