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I like this answer. Especially about the unspoken times.
I've always loved this passage. And when I think about it, I am lucky to have this love with my husband. We may not be perfect, but our foundation is built on these principles.
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connorj, well-thought and well-put. It seems some know their soulmate "instantly" but I agree that a true soulmate must stand the test of time.
Good point. When you think about it, it is amazing to have two people feel those same things about each other. I wonder if it's possible to feel that someone is your soulmate, but they don't feel the same way back? That would be sad...
g-girl11, I agree with you it is sad when love isn't mutual. Whenever a person (wants) their mate to "commit". I always ask: Why would you want to marry someone who doesn't want to marry you? Clearly they aren't your soulmate!
dashingscorpio, agreed, completely.
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Yes. It is so important to feel that you are understood, and loved unconditionally. It is a rare thing, and should be treasured.
I love your answer. I think the unconditional love part is key. My husband truly loves me unconditionally and that is such a gift.