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    Soulmates: An In-depth Look

    The term soul mate is nothing new. Plato presented a story of soul mates dated 385 – 380 BC in which love was examined in a sequence of speeches and Aristophane spoke of how humans were split in two and would forever yearn for his or her other half, their soul mate. It is said that when you find your other half, there is an unspoken understanding of one another, that you feel unified and would know no greater joy than that. We asked our ladies if they believed in soul mates and a resounding 99% said yes and only 1% didn’t. Of every person who contributed their opinions only…

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    Wedding Traditions for the Soul

    When it comes to your special day many of us will choose a white gown, and follow the more time-honored wedding traditions and include something borrowed, something blue, something old and something new but what about getting even more personal. We asked our fans what special traditions they were following that weren’t as commonly known and were warmed with the results that ensued. A six pence in your shoe An older tradition from the UK and the final line to the famous “something blue” rhyme is to include ‘a six pence in your shoe’. Jessica will be using the six pence that her fiancé’s mother wore in her wedding, as…