I always hear that someone has met there sole mate! Well where is mine?
Yesterdays soulmate, todays sole mate... after the boot!
I believe in soulmates, but I also believe we may have more than one, we need to know our worth, and we must want to connect. I feel it is more of finding someone who shares your values and working hard...very hard to enrich and enhance each other's lives.
Even if you find him, it still takes time and work. Nothing worth having is easy in this life, or at least that is how it seems. I find Pete's answer holds the most truth for me.
I think there are tons of people right for you (or, someone in general) it is all about the timing...
There are a lot of souls out there. I am sorry for your pain. I know the pain of your frustration. Personally, I do not believe in one soulmate. You just needs to find a man who deserves you, and you need to accept the love you deserve. I loved men, who didn't love me back, for years. I found my husband when I decided to step outside my norm and date a NICE guy. I haven't looked back since. You will find love. First, you must find your worth.
Just one globally?
What are the odds of finding that person?
By believing in the soulmate concept, you are setting yourself up for disappointment.
I don't believe that there is one person for everyone. I do believe that soul mates are developed and that a deep understanding of a mate comes from wanting to understand. If people click from day one it comes from a great desire to click. I think the same two people could meet on a different day under different circumstances and have no spark at all.
I used to but I've given up now. Think he might be on another planet
I don't believe in soulmates the way you seem to. I don't think you only have one soulmate (although you can only hav one at one time) and I don't think you soulmate is the person you're destined to spend the rest of your life with. A soulmate could be a sibling, a friend or a partner, it's not a romantic thing. I love my boyfriend more than anything, but he is NOT a soulmate.
We are such stuff as dreams are made on; and our little life is rounded with a sleep
Soulmates dream together but about different things.
I don't believe in soul mates. Fortunately. Seems a miserable doctrine to me.
Yes I am always friendly with fish and quite often get scraped off the end of someones shoe...quite soleless actually!!
This is neither the time nor the plaice for that kind of joke.
We are all connected somehow, some way. A soulmate is not necessarily the person who you fall in love with and spend the rest of your entire life with. For me, a soulmate is someone who has the same philosophical outlook and has the same spirit. I have several soul mates and we are bonded closely. (I also have a few sole mates too... )
Hang in there, as cliche as it sounds, he'll show up when you least expect it. I met mine on a scuba diving trip and we've been doing over 8000 km of long distance for the last year.
I married the Love of My Love. But would I call him my soul mate? Probably not.
by Cecilia 7 years ago
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