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“I'm standing there last Monday night in a moment of intimate soul-to-soul connection with my rabbi's parted spirit, and as my outer facade finally starts to lift, unleashing that ball of repressed emotion which lurks beneath, the darkness of the night is abruptly pierced by bright lights in my face.”
“In soul-to-soul communication the party that was a spirit would have to take a psychological form, then.”
“To give just one example: "I longed for a way of life in which people made it a priority to look into each other's eyes and communicate, soul-to-soul.”
“He had no soul-to-soul connection with any of the women he drew into his serial sexual relationships.”
“More like Obama is offering us some soul-to-soul inspiration, most desparately needed after 7 slogging Bu$hCo years.”
“My daughter suffered tremendously as a result of my divorce thirteen years ago, and since then it was as though I had lost her; the soul-to-soul connection was lost.”
“Intimacy is about connecting soul-to-soul, character-to-character -- sharing your real authentic self with someone else's real authentic self -- and thereby is what is most necessary for a solid, long-lasting relationship.”
“It became less about specific recognition and more about the connection, of seeing soul-to-soul.”
“Great musicians make whatever they're playing a non-verbal soul-to-soul communication.”
“Where our ancestral mothers and grandmothers carried their infants on their backs while they went to work in the fields or the market, today we mothers, fathers, and other caregivers are not able to carry our infants around with us when we work we work away from our babies, thus cutting the infant off from soul-to-soul contact during a very vulnerable time.”
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