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Margaret Jarek column: Yearning can be fulfilled by coming 'home' to spiritual side

6:09 PM, May 4, 2013
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In an episode of the long-running sitcom "Seinfeld," Kramer turns to Jerry and asks him if he ever yearned for anything.

The implication behind that question proposes that yearning is far more than a passing desire. It's a feeling that even surpasses persistent determination to obtain or achieve something.

Yearning is that indescribable longing that can sweep over the soul even when everything in life is satisfactory. ...

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