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What is a friend? A single soul dwelling in two bodies.


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To the query, What is a friend? his reply was A single soul dwelling in two bodies.
ARISTOTLE
To the query, ''What is a friend?'' his reply was ''A single soul dwelling in two bodies.''
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Friendship is a single soul dwelling in two bodies.
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A friend is one soul abiding in two bodies
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A true friend is one soul in two bodies.
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Friendship is composed of a single soul inhabiting two bodies.
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Love is composed of a single soul inhabiting two bodies.
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Friendship is composed of a single soul inhabiting two bodies.
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Love is composed of a single soul inhabiting two bodies.
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The opportunity to decieve others is ever present and often tempting, and each instance of deception...
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Save your ass, give my ass.... what a friend you are...
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What is love? two souls and one flesh; friendship? two bodies and one soul.
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Plato is my friend; Aristotle is my friend, but my greatest friend is truth.
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Two friends, two bodies with one soul inspired.
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This is the spot where I will lie
When life has had enough of me,
These are the grasses ...
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Life is a desire!
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To trust someone you must firstly remember that it is a two way street that will go all the way if y...
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It is a lie.
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Life Is a Misconception.
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Would you want you as a friend?
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The one w...
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Life is a risk.
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Happiness is like peeing your pants... Everyone can see it,But only you can feel the warmth.
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The soul that feeds on books alone --/ I count that soul exceeding small / That lives alone by book ...
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To live happily is an inward power of the soul. -Aristotle.
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Every single soul is a poem.
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The usual tenor of a man's life, the dwelling of his soul, is the true test of his state.
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Life should NOT be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in an attractive and...
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Friend of my bosom, thou more than a brother, Why wert thou not born in my father's dwelling?
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...if anything matters then everything matters. Because you are important, everything you do is impo...
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Allie, what do the Stars tell me to do? You know I don't understand the scientific part.
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As a body everyone is single, as a soul never.
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Friendship is one mind in two bodies.
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Friendship is one mind in two bodies.
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A lonely soul is the best friend of itself
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Without music, life is a journey through a desert.
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For me, my life is a journey.
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Life is a journey. When we stop, things don't go right.
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Looking in the mirror, staring back at me isn't so much a face as the expression of a predicament.
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Ques eso? Queso?
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Ques eso? Queso?
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…A city deprived of everything, devoid of light and devoid of heat, starved, and still not crushed...
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Words always take on the color of the deeds or sacrifices they evoke.
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Yes, their reasons are overwhelming. They are as big as hope and as deep as revolt. They are the rea...
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A single rose can be my garden . . . a single friend, my world.
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All life is a manifestation of the spirit, the manifestation of love.
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Life is a right, not collateral or casual.
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Mother Superior jump the gun...
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Don't be more serious than God. God invented dog farts. God designed your body's plumbing system. Go...
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Life is a grand party.
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A single rose can be my garden; a single friend, my world.
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This life is a process of learning.
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Life is a lot like skateboarding.
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Everybody in life is a chameleon.
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A single rose can be my garden... a single friend, my world.
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My life is a struggle.
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Life is a school of probability.
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Life is a process. We are a process. The universe is a process.
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Life is a mountain of solvable problems, and I enjoy that.
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For me, life is a bowl of cherries.
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Hope is a waking dream. -Aristotle.
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What do I look for in a friend?
You!
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By writing quotes...
I mark a trail
of my soul's journey in this realm.
TOBA BETA
By writing quotes...I mark a trail of my soul's journey in this realm.
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If this could be repeated every day for a year, I would never budge from where I stood.
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By the side of the everlasting Why there is a Yes--a transitory Yes if you like, but a Yes.
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Supposing a tree fell down, Pooh, when we were underneath it?'
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How lucky I am to have known somebody and something that saying goodbye to is so damned awful.
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