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‘Anima’: A current of air, wind, breathe, life. — similar to “Animus” (mind), from the root word ‘ane-‘ (to breathe, blow). — cognate of the Ancient Greek (anemos, ‘wind’).

‘Anima’ — soul in Latin

“Fear not them which kill the body, but are not able to kill the soul.” – Jesus

Seneca on the Soul

“Nothing except the soul is worthy of wonder.” – Seneca

Seek perfection for the soul.