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“It made for a complex, ethical, soul-deep conversation at the breakfast table.”
“That's not to say that marriage is a breeze, but there is a soul-deep calmness that centers us and makes the tough times manageable.”
“The soul-deep desperation was real and demanded curiosity, at least, if not sympathy.”
“It simply feels right to me to blend the glittery delights of New York City with a largely raw vegan diet -- with the soul-deep conviction that animals are not ours to eat, wear, exploit or experiment on.”
“If imagination could have answered my soul-deep need to be reconciled to my mother, then I would have written a novel.”
“He pumped once more, and she felt him soul-deep inside as he shot into her, riding on the wave of her release.”
“Imagine the soul-deep terror of being told that this deity was poised like a jungle cat to pounce on you at any time in your life for the slightest infraction and send your soul into the eternal depths of a fiery hell where you would suffer without solace forever.”
“It is one of my earliest audio memories, a song that sounded 400 years old — an ancient, soul-deep moan that I remember my dad giving me and my brothers haircuts to.”
“In spite of my having not formally chosen a candidate I really feel strongly positive about, I'll be damned if I didn't feel something soul-deep special when they announced that Obama had won Iowa handily, and at that moment he geared up to speak, things did seem for a time like the climax to a crazy, pre-waking lottery-hit dream.”
“My admiration for him as a professional and my affection for him as a person are soul-deep.”
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