Amount of texts to »soul« 50, and there are 50 texts (100.00%) with a rating above the adjusted level (-3)
Average lenght of texts 153 Characters
Average Rating 3.700 points, 2 Not rated texts
First text on Apr 19th 2000, 05:17:01 wrote
Lori about soul
Latest text on Nov 13th 2006, 18:36:40 wrote
mick about soul
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on Nov 17th 2002, 20:07:17 wrote
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Texts to »Soul«

mulatto wrote on Apr 13th 2001, 00:32:47 about

soul

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There is something engagingly fatalistic about the tradition of referring to people aboard a ship as 'souls.'

Maybe fatalistic isn't the exact word. It's that the word 'souls' focuses one's attention on the fact that one is aboard is indeed aboard a ship – and subject to the risks inherent therein.

sea-ridge wrote on Apr 21st 2000, 06:40:32 about

soul

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The soul is one of the weirdest notions that we have come up with. Millions are sure that there are souls, but what they may be, who knows? In the beginning, the soul was known: it was what one could see in cold weather, being breathed in and out. It was the breath, the *pneuma*. It could be felt against the hand. It was the thing that we feared we might lose when we sneezed: would it find its way back into us? That was before we had any notion of AIR, of GASSES. We knew only breezes, winds, gusts, things we could feel and sometimes see in vapor and whirlwinds. When once we knew of air and gasses and atmosphere, the notions of souls, spirits, & ghosts were fixed in our minds, and many of us continued to believe they were all about us.

Lee Bain wrote on May 14th 2002, 21:32:04 about

soul

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A soul mate is someone to whom we feel profoundly connected as though the communing that takes place between them are not intentional efforts, but a divine grace; a rare form of intimacy, but nothing more precious in life.

Matthew J. Hall wrote on Nov 16th 2000, 00:17:26 about

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The very notion of soulless chills us, even those who find such concepts difficult.

By the book : Being without a soul, or without greatness or nobleness of mind; mean; spiritless.

»Slave, souless villain, dog!« – Shak

Titania wrote on Apr 3rd 2001, 22:53:12 about

soul

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With this gift of a small jade fish comes a piece of my soul.

whatsherface wrote on Dec 16th 2000, 13:35:16 about

soul

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we do not -have- souls. we -are- souls experiencing the world's limitations. we'll get over it.

steve wrote on Apr 19th 2000, 08:02:36 about

soul

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Soul Train. Remember the pumpin', jumpin' locomotive? And the absolutely insane intro vocals? » it's the SOOOUUUULLL TRAAAIIIINNNN!« In my neck of the woods, it used to come on after »Saturday Night Live«, and before the »Midnight Special«. I don't remember who the host was, but he's got my vote for coolest dude on the planet. Soul Train high point? Seeing Parliament do »Chocolate City«
live!

grinder wrote on Apr 26th 2000, 10:47:29 about

soul

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Soul is the music of the night. It is the language of the heart. This is the way it has been, and it is the way that it always will be.

Lee Bain wrote on May 4th 2002, 04:45:04 about

soul

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Soul often hides in the darkest corners – in the very places we would rather avoid.

Crea wrote on Jun 30th 2000, 22:04:20 about

soul

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What your heart is to your body, your soul should be for all your thoughts.

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