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the soul is what posseses our bodies. the soul is what projects reality, alters it accordingly, and gives you it's own identity in which to expereince it. the soul is not physical for it is what gives you the physical reality in which to precieve. most of us, although bonded w/ our souls, are not fully connected in a way that only something drastic or powerful can touch it. it is not something that a car accident can kill while you physically remain a vegetable, such an inccident will simply make your body to weak to hold a strong connection, or rather to strong of a connection to physically remain bound to a 3D reality. to be unbound by physical senses and granted the freedom of emotion physically uncomprehendable.
from the eyes of her soul she saw the world for but a moment. it was as though she was looking from behind her eyes, for there was a slight blurr that hugged her vision before she precieved the world. the blank space between from which she was seeing and the blurr gave her a far, deep feeling, as though looking at a picture, not as though being there. the scene in which she was standing, in which she was familiar and comfortable with, became strange and surreal. she could not feel her body weight on her feet as she stood examining the room with this new preception. she didnt know whether to shake off this scene that appeared as a momentary daydream or continue to exist amungst it. then all of a sudden she could hear the fire burning in the stove and smell the scent of her mother's dreadfull cooking. the last of the blur in her vision cleared up as she sighed and decided to grab a pen and escape to her room.
by CRM for those who know December 17, 2005
 
1.
Currency to trade with the devil
I just made a deal with the devil.. I sold my soul for an brand new television
by Alessio June 18, 2003
 
2.
The existence of the soul is heavily debated in the first place, and its definition varies greatly from party to party, though everyone believes that everyone else's definitions are wrong. It is generally agreed to be something possessed by every person, and that's about all. Therefore, the soul may or may not be any of the following:
1. The human mind, that is, that thinking thing lodged behind your eyes;
2. The essence of humanity;
3. The essence of that which makes a person good and decent;
4. The quality of sentience or human intelligence;
5. All of someone's personality or what makes them unique;
6. Some mystical version of a person that lives on after the body dies;
7. A spiritual concept, created by God (or the gods if you prefer) or a part of him;
8. The quality of being alive;
9. Anything else you can think of along these lines.
Note that it is also up for debate whether or not non-human animals, or for that matter, plants, have souls; feel free to adjust these answers accordingly.
Strangely, no one seems to suggest that animals have souls and humans lack them.
by Dictionaryan December 11, 2003
 
3.
The Godson of James Brown and Princess of Aretha Franklin.
James Brown, the Godfather of Soul.
Aretha Franklin, Queen of Soul.
by Mandingoe July 15, 2003
 
4.
The only part of you that really matters. You can give it to anyone you want, but its hard to ever get back.
Until you know that life is interesting - and find it so - you haven't found your soul. ~Geoffrey Fisher

How strange a thing this is! The Priest telleth me that the Soul is worth all the gold in the world, and the merchants say that it is not worth a clipped piece of silver. ~Oscar Wilde

A sensible man will remember that the eyes may be confused in two ways - by a change from light to darkness or from darkness to light; and he will recognize that the same thing happens to the soul. ~Plato
by Jenn Holloway October 04, 2005
 
5.
The energy of life existing in all beings. Exists both inside and outside of the beings physical shell as both a fuel for the physical realm and a connection to the universal life-force.
The force of mind/body/spirit that has always existed and will always exist.
While life slipped from my body with each breath, my soul emerged, strong and vital and ready for the next part of the journey
by slish January 29, 2004
 
6.
A genre of music similar to funk. Its similar to R&B but has more emphasis on vocals and sounds kinda like african gospel music. Its very rhythmic and energetic. Ray Charles made it in the 1960s and it became really popular during the 1970s.
Slash: Do you listen to Brown Sugar?
Torch: Yep, its music for my soul. Makes me high.
Slash: Omg, not brown sugar pouring out. Its a song you douchebag.
Torch: Hey you don't see me insulting your religion.
by The Mr Needles Experience September 25, 2006
 
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Soul is an advanced emo who reached the 'soul' level. Soul is someone who likes to think deeply and strange yet mysterious. Usually they're loved to be alone and keep thinking. The meaning of 'soul' is originated by Akuji Shinsetsu.
He reach the 'soul' and he is more mature than before.
by Akuji Shinsetsu May 26, 2008