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Sermon Illustrations: Cuddling

If a baby is startled fresh from the womb, German paediatrician Ernst Moro discovered in 1918, its arms will fly up and out, then come together in a desperate clutch. Holding is good, and floating free is bad - a lesson that's not so much learned after birth as preloaded at the factory. In fact, doctors have long known that babies who aren't held simply fail to thrive. Time Magazine 19th January, 2004, p47

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