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  • And a heartsong is your inner message, it's your inner beauty, like what you are meant to do in life.

    CNN Transcript Sep 2, 2002

  • Perhaps in some recess of the psyche the human organism knows that it is a fractal of the reflexive universe itself, repeated in microcosmic multiplicity like a holographic plate – worlds within worlds within worlds – and that, far beyond the cold war reflex, our emergence into space rose inexorably from the taproot of evolution, the heartsong of a cosmos that is finally the dance of spirit.

    Thoughts on Space | Living the Liminal

  • Tuesdays at Murderati is becoming heartsong day for me, a wonderful way to roll into my week.

    It's My Party

  • Right now it's heartsong and my soul screaming, my body's been left behind for hours and we're glad, so glad.

    jaxraven Diary Entry

  • In my case, my heartsong is to hear my heartsong and help others to hear theirs as well.

    CNN Transcript Jun 26, 2004

  • Everyone has a different heartsong and the differences are what make them beautiful.

    CNN Transcript Jun 26, 2004

  • And teaching heartsongs does not mean, this is my heartsong, now it is yours.

    CNN Transcript Jun 26, 2004

  • And it's sad that people who are fighting over whose heartsong is better nowadays, because they're all different and beautiful.

    CNN Transcript Jun 22, 2004

  • And so, I wrote a poem that's in the "Heartsongs" book called "Heartsong," and it explains what a heartsong is.

    CNN Transcript Jun 22, 2004

  • M. STEPANEK: Well, the concept started when I started writing poetry, and I-- my mom asked me what was a heartsong?

    CNN Transcript Jun 22, 2004

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