In a brand-new theater, two brothers named Tesfu and Million are playing together. My brother and I are always able to finish each other’s sentences and retell inside jokes when we are together with just a single word or phrase. We essentially communicate using our own secret language. This may help to explain why I enjoy reading stories about the beautiful bond between siblings. Consider the serendipitous encounter that brought Isaac Nolting and Dakotah Zimmer back together. The two brothers had been apart since they were infants, but when they ran into one another more than 10 years later, they fell in love. On a sweltering June day, the event was held. To cool off, 12-year-old Isaac went to his usual neighborhood pool in Washington, Missouri, where he had been coming for years. However, a newcomer joined the scene that particular day: Dakotah, a 13-year-old friend of a friend. It might be said that Isaac and Dakotah got along well. One of their buddies even made the lighthearted remark that the two young men acted like brothers. What if it wasn’t a joke after all, I wondered? When Dakotah and Isaac compared their traits, they discovered a remarkable similarity. They supposedly even had a similar gait and had the same hair and nose. Additionally, they had a similar way of speaking and a sense of humor. That evening, shortly before going to bed, Isaac discussed the matter with his mother.