cellular bonding

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      More than anything this dream was an image of what it takes for one cell to bond with another. The feeling and movement of the dream was its most important characteristic. The cell in question slid along among other cells until a canopy of water pressure formed; not unlike a bubble formed along the edge of a linear solid form. The cell attached to the surface of the line in a way reminescent of a water bug's way of staying on the surface: rather than breaking the surface tension, it stretches convex like. In this way other cells could attach to the anchor cell and thereby create a colony.
[Therapist Timothy Tate comments on this dream]
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