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2010
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Write your own Love Scroll

Check out the rotating scroll that shows Kodak moments of the soul in the right column of this page

BY SOUL’S CODE — Have you heard a question that goes like this from competitive friends, motivational speakers or, say — the foremost practitioners of American reality TV, Oprah and Donald Trump?

“Where do you want to be five years from now?

Which reminds us of a joke . . . How do you make the Gods laugh?

Answer: tell them your plans.
Show the Love
At the age of 20, what were your fantasies?

Supplementary question: How many fathoms of experience away is the present-day from that?

We created Soul’s Code because we wanted to ask ourselves more telling questions, like: What’s the most loving thing that someone has ever said to you?

Anyone and everyone out there have shared their answers on our Love Scroll, which is literally a rolling scroll of messages in the right sidebar of this site. Inspired by a pre-Christian practice called the Celtic Healing Circle, these responses resonate because they often have an archetypal quality.

In the ancient rite, people would form two centric circles, facing inward. After some meditation, those in the outer ring whispered their personal inspirations into the ears of those in the inner circle, rotating around one by one.

Some submissions on the Soul’s Code Love Scroll:

L Reply 12. Sep, 2010 at 12:09 am

I love you and feel closer to you than anyone I’ve ever known.

Suvi Reply 19. Sep, 2010 at 7:40 am

My ten years old son said that he has prayed for grandmom, dad and me. Then he asked is it too selfish to pray for a blessing for himself.

nancy Reply 10. Nov, 2009 at 1:01 am

. . . after i was sexually assaulted, my friend came to bring clothes for me. she stayed with me thru the hospital exam, thru the police statement…it took hours and was 3 or 4 in the morning when we finished…she took me home with her, dressed me in her pajamas put me in her bed and held me. i cried until i fell asleep with her still holding me. it was the deepest act of kindness i’ve ever experienced and i am forever grateful to her. thank you deb.

Call the Love Scroll a conga-line of Kodak moments for, and from, the soul. Call it a llitany of Aha Moments. Call it whatever you want. There is no account sign-up. No Facebook clutter.

Click on the “Say It” button, and all that Soul’s Code asks is for an email address . . . even if you fake it to anonymize yourself.

Thank you all who have shared your inspirations.

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