Soul

  • There is no wall that divides the human soul between its best impulses and its worst.


    Ambivalence, Morals, Soul

  • I do believe that any sort of electromagnetic energy that can be measured beyond the moment of death is, by the definition of energy, eternal. But I cop to the fact that calling it a 'soul' and presuming it sustains our consciousness in any form is, to put it kindly, a leap.


    Soul

  • What is a soul? It's like electricity - we don't really know what it is, but it's a force that can light a room.


    Soul

  • When a stranger stares into your soul, do not press charges. Stare back.


    Soul

  • Defects in the soul are like wounds in the body; whatever care is taken to heal them the scars always show. Moreover they are liable to reopen at any moment.


    Soul

  • The sicknesses of the soul have their ups and downs like those of the body; what we take to be a cure is most often merely a respite or change of disease.


    Soul