01. Many people believe that we have a [soul] which continues to exist after we die.02. James Brown was a famous singer of [soul] music.03. After his death, we felt like my grandfather's [soul] remained in our house in order to be with our grandmother until she could join him.04. The people in the church prayed for the [souls] of the children killed in the fire.05. Twenty [souls] were lost at sea when a ferry sank off the coast of Ireland this weekend.06. Henderson was the heart and [soul] of his team, and the other players were totally shocked when he was traded.07. Greek philosopher Aristotle once said that friends are a single [soul] living in two bodies.08. Dostoevsky once said that the [soul] is healed by being with children.09. Mozart said, "Love, love, love; that is the [soul] of genius."10. Henry Ward Beecher once said that every artist dips his brush in his own [soul], and paints his own nature into his pictures.11. Stella Adler once said that life beats down and crushes the [soul], and art reminds you that you have one.12. Marilyn Monroe once said that Hollywood is a place where they'll pay you a thousand dollars for a kiss, and fifty cents for your [soul].13. According to dancer Martha Graham, dance is the hidden language of the [soul].14. Shakespeare wrote that things won are done; joy's [soul] lies in the doing.15. Frederich Halm described love as two [souls] with but a single thought, two hearts that beat as one.16. There is a Jewish proverb which states that what soap is for the body, tears are for the [soul].17. There is an old proverb which states that the eyes are a window to the [soul].18. August 13 through 16 is a Buddhist event called o-bon in Japan, a period of praying for the peace of the [souls] of ancestors.19. Charlemagne once said that to have another language is to possess a second [soul].
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