Is there someone for everyone, when it comes to finding the right partner
Sometimes it easy to play hard to get, instead of getting involved with the first person you met. what do you think?
I think God creates someone for everyone. However, I don't think they are always created in a way that they can meet. Maybe they are from different countries, or even in different generations. That's just what I think. I found mine luckily, but some never do and that's very sad.
With close to 7 billion people on the planet odds are there is at least "one" person if not several thousands of people who would be more than suitable for each of us. However if one is not ready to settle down then it would make no difference who they meet. Timing is just as important as the people you meet. Honestly there is nothing wrong with staying single and dating for the rest of one's life. Not everyone wants to nor should get married!
I look at it like this, you have two choices. You can either keep throwing your line in the lake hoping to catch the big one or you can keep throwing the little ones back in the lake until the big one takes the bait. You have to decide. Either one might suit you well depending on the person.
Every stale bread has its rancid cheese. There is someone for everyone, but often folks need to do a lot of trial and error until the right person comes along. Blame attraction for that; we aren't always attracted to the right person perhaps. Finding someone who is right for you takes patience, understanding and time. Some folks are luckier than others in that regard, but rushing things guarantees poor results.
I hope so!! I've been waiting too long to settle for anyone less than perfect for me!!
yes, it is someone for everyone, blessed are we that HE has given us a chance to love someone who is a creature of God.Right or wrong are our mindsettings. When we will start thinking that every partner, we have, is a right one as per wish of God, our finding will automatically be right.
Any relationship is a risk, and I don't believe there is someone for everyone. I know quite a few people who are content to live alone, yet are very happy with this choice. I also know people who got divorced and never remarried. But, they are happy. Can you go the distance with the "right" person? Time will tell. A long term relationship or a marriage can make or break you. For me, marriage to Mr. Right/The Soulmate at 28 was a disaster by the time I hit 40. Let's just say that I am grateful for choices. Like divorce! I don't consider divorce as a failure, either. People change, and over the years, I've observed my Prince Charming and found all kinds of kinks in his armor. And I'm not putting up with it.
Playing hard to get? Forget it. Relationships are all about honesty. If you are interested in a person, show it. Say it. Don't play games and waste time. Don't you think people you care about deserve that much?
Wouldn't be remarkable if you were matched with your exact soul mate? Of the billions of human beings on this earth, everyone's perfect match would meet.their perfect match. Regardless of location, you would be thrown together with this remarkable human being who has been predestined for you and vice versa. Think about it.
I think that we've all been watching too many movies and reading too many books about "true love" and finding "the one." I think that in reality if you're too picky and spend too much time fixating on finding the "perfect" mate, you'll end up disappointed. There are more than 6 billion people on the planet. I think that there are a lot of people that each of us could be happy with-- if we're only willing to stop demanding perfection and accept the fact that whoever we fall in love with we're going to have to love them "warts and all."
To answer the first part of your question, yes, there is someone out there for everyone. The second part of your question, however, infers "looking" or "hunting" or "scrounging" for the "right" person. First, if you don't find yourself first, then you won't know what the "right" kind of person is. And, second, when you do find yourself, you won't need to "look", or "hunt", or "scrounge" any more because "right" will find you.
Yes. The questions is does everyone find their special someone, and that answer is no. But is not something to get down about if you do not find that specific someone. God has made someone specifically for us and we may find someone along the way and fall in love and it may not be that one specific but God will never leave us to be alone. Just be yourself and everything will fall into place, if its forced it wont last and it will be an emotional rollercoaster for you.
Well its not a simple equation i can tell you that . The basic rule of thumb is get out there , meet as many people as you can and see how things progress . You might fall in love with somebody or you may not but the thing is that you have to put yourself out there into the open. You might fall in love with the first guy you meet , but than again the chances are that you will find somebody better more often than not .
Its simple math really , the higher the quantity of guys/girls you meet the better the chances to find some quality in there will be !
I hope you find the right one one day !
In short no, some people are down right nasty and unappealing to live with for whatever reason some like to be angry with life making it more difficult to find someone to share the moments with. Just had to take a different take on everyone claiming of course there is someone for everyone .... there's a lot of mean nasty people in the world I feel bad for the person that was predestined for them.
i think that there are probably several people for each of us. not at the same time, hopefully, but we all should be flexible enough to be able to relate to other people rather than spending our lives waiting for the perfect fit.
i guess the answer may lie in the person's ability to discern when true love is right at their door. Lots of things like fear, selfishness, foolishness, laziness, or even ignorance can cloud our eyes to seeing that love was already there....and now...that person is gone. In this case....regret for a little while...but, by all means...try to learn from it. Eventually, you may find what you're looking for once again. Maybe not like the first time...just different. Maybe the right partner really depends in our faithfulness and desire to being the right partner ourselves.
I believe there is someone for everyone, if they are willing. However, some times is is more about meeting the right person at the right time in your and their lives than meeting the "perfect" person.
There are so many possible connections for each one of us to to build relationships. I can't image finding the right partner would be that tough. However, if one's communication skills and esteem are off center, I can see how finding the right partner may be challenging. If you want to find the right partner, don't go looking in a bar, "remember misery loves company," these connection typically won't last.
There very may well be someone for everyone, but what if you do not want the person that is the "ONE" for you? lol I stopped caring about the "looking" for the right person awhile back and have not regretted that decision one little bit.
For every person that is created. There is a counterpart. People are like puzzle pices in a way. There may be more than 1 other person that may be a perfect match though, and some humans are like multie sided puzzle pices, which means we may need that perfect friend and perfect partner, to each make us complete.
There is certainly more than just ONE for everyone. If there isn't, then why do we have a divorce rate that is at least 30% of the rate for marriages?. The rate of affairs that are going on all the time means someone has the hots for somebody with the hots. All these people have found another partner, some switch over, some for whatever reason go back to the first choice.
Hang in there Darknlovely you will find one, or two.
i would really hope there is... otherwise.. LONER FoR LIFE>.
and i also believe in love at first sight.. since i am quite old fashioned/. but at the moment.. reality is not my world.. i prefer dreams.. so the right partner.. wouldn't probably come up to me really easily..
I do believe there is someone for everyone. I also believe that we often miss that someone because we are so focused on what we want that we fail to see what we need. I, for example, had this image of what I wanted in a woman from head to toe. I kept failing in relationships because I was always thinking that there was something better out there that added up exactly to what I wanted. When I finally decided to stop focusing so much on what I wanted and started focusing on what was right for me and what fit me, I found the "one" for me. Because she is right for me, I realize that she is actually what I have been wanting the entire time.
I don't think that there is a specific person that you're destined to be with but i do believe that every person has a personal preference (so to speak) and that if that "standard" is found than you can live out the rest of your life with that person.
I think it is sometimes difficult to find friends who can make our partners a common vision with us. But, if we try to open with our closest friends about what we want to accomplish. I am convinced our closest friends is a very good potential partner.
I believe that there's truly someone for everyone. You just have to be willing to look. Patience is a virtue. It takes time and diligence.
I've wondered about this so many times but honestly I think the world would be so cold and lonely if there wasn't someone for everyone. If animals (including us) were purposed to procreate, and if wolves and swans find partners for life, wouldn't it make sense that humans would too? And who knows, maybe its possible that we're all compatible with more than one person. Humans are capable of so many ranges of emotions, and love is the greatest of them all. It can take you by surprise, and knock you off your feet. Anyways, I know how lost I would be if I didn't believe in true love and finding the love your life. So I firmly believe there is someone for everyone, you just have to be patient on finding them.
I think, if you are playing hard to get, you do not want to be gotten. When it's the "right" person, things just seem to work.
Maybe "right" means "right now", maybe it means forever, maybe it means for a short or even long time, but whatever is meant to be will be. Each relationship teaches you something, and as each ends, you only get over it when you feel more for the next person than the last. You keep going and growing, and so does your love.
Do not worry about what will or could happen, as long as the other person is legally of age and not a danger to you (ie. don't marry someone who has abused or killed a past lover). Use your heart as your guide, and hope for the best.
What you consider a soul mate is simply someone you love that much, who loves you that much, who fits in your life and whose life you fit.
I definitely answer as NO. Because, lots of people die alone, without having any partner and many of population of the world, may have more than one partner. Sometimes, a partner may be associated with more than one partner. This is 50 percent of your luck to have a partner made for yourself but 50 percent is the caliber of yourself which enables you to get a right partner for your life.
It took me 38 years and a lot of games to find the right one. I think the issue was ME! I didn't know what I was looking for.
Once I knew what kind of guy I was looking for I found him and I am very happy.
Do we have habits that get on each others nerves? Definitely! But they are not so bad that we haven't learned to live with them.
When you know what you want - you will know it when you see it.
Are you talking about love between two people, love as a whole, love of humanity or love of creation.
Love between two people, it's happens like lightening in the sky. You resonate with the person like thunder does with lightening.
At first you may think, you are a like a lot, but when you look deeper you will see that is the mirror of self reflection.
Yes, there is someone for everyone. You just have to keep looking and don't be close minded about who it could be.
It's not that someone was created just to please you. Rather someone was created with what it is you need to make yourself a better person. There is no "soul mate" rather, someone who understands what makes you and loves all your flaws as if they were the best thing about you. If you can find someone who loves the things that make you and you can love the things that make them who they are, you will find what you have always been looking for. Don't be so quick to judge and don't be to slow to let go of the past.
At least this how I feel about the subject and this seems to be working for my boyfriend and I.
A lot depends on where you are in life, your baggage , how you were raised, your ability to be emotionally intelligent, timing, your culture and its traditions- if you have any, money or lack of, your educational background, When you think of the many things we all grow up with and then enter into some kind of partnership, you bring with you a boat load of good and bad stuff.
The hardest part is looking at ourselves and admitting our own flaws...many of us want certain characteristics in someone else. But what do we have to bring to the table...it never works when there is an inequity. When it comes to marriage it is all compromise. And most of the time you have to bite your tongue.
According to Plato's Symposium, the Greek gods created people with four arms and four legs. When the gods realized that these beings were too strong, they weakened them by splitting them in half, in other words two people with two arms and two legs each. However each person had one half of a single soul. Plato said, "Every heart sings a song, incomplete, until another heart whispers back. Those who wish to sing always find a song".
I do believe there is someone out there for everyone. However the belief in soul mates takes a lot of faith. A lot of people don't believe in things they can't objectively prove exists.
I was a very "picky" person. I had a hard time with relationships and was considering giving up on love altogether. But then one day I met the man who is now my husband. I truly believe he is my soul mate. However being perfect for each other, doesn't mean the relationship is easy. We still argue like any other couple. The difference is the idea of being apart doesn't even cross our minds when things get rough. Being soul mates just means we complete each other, it doesn't mean we're perfect.
Bottom line: there is someone out there for everyone, but you won't find the prince until you kissed a couple frogs first. I know that sounds cheesy, but in my own personal experience, this is true.
I don't think you should settle just because you are lonely - always strive to be with someone who challenges you. What's that quote about not marrying someone you can live with, but rather someone you can't live without.
Your question #1 : Is there someone for every One? yes there is . . The Lord God said, its is not good that the man should be alone; I will make him a help mate for him.,
but how about those blessed singleness? it's their choice...
Question #2: regarding the right partner, .. Love is not just a wait, its a plan. . it involves commitment and trust. . you can't find the right person if you are not right with God. Some people are looking or searching for the right person but, Did you think first if you ask your self, "I am the right person for her/ him? " .. all of us want the best ..
Indeed, the best thing to do is to entrust God all our needs. " Cast thy burden upon Him and He will give you rest.
" The right thing at the wrong time its a wrong thing".
God will Give you the right person in the right time. .
Yes, I do believe that each of one have a destined partner. however, along the way our perspective changed.
I believe so..... Finding that person is the other thing.... For some, they find them easily, others have to be patient and willing to wait for that one special person.
I would say depends on the person, there are some people that are very laid back out there I imagine they could find a good fit with many. But there are some people that are so horribly nasty I can't imagine a perfect fit for them to be honest.
I suggest that, if we turn within and learn to listen to our souls, each of us will find the answer to that question. For some, there might be just one right person - and our souls will seek each other out against great odds. For others, there may be several good possibilities. For others, love may not be part of our destiny. Listen to your soul - you already know within. And, once you find that person (or life path) the work begins. We are not here just to enjoy love, but to love, to learn how to love always, and to make life work, to give, and to serve. That is the greatest joy.
your answer...Yes, I do believe. God has made partner for everyone. Till we do not get our partner, our quest is going on.
In my opinion, there are a handful of people in the world you could truly love and it's down to luck which one you meet. Sometimes i think it could be fate or destiny, but the thought of them makes me feel powerless.
I'd rather believe i have some control over what happens in my life.
You can search throughout the entire universe for someone who is more deserving of your love and affection than you are yourself, and that person is not to be found anywhere. You yourself, as much as anybody in the entire universe deserve your love and affection.
Yes, there is as you put it, "someone for everyone." In a world of 6 billion+ people there has to be at least one, if not several people out there for you. I believe that it doesn't just matter whether you are good looking or not, what your weight is, how old you are; there is always going to be someone out there who is going to like you for you. There is however a catch to finding that someone, in order to find that someone you will have to put yourself out there, let loose every once in a while, and give love a chance. If you sit alone all the time just wondering, but never actually looking for that someone then there stands the chance that you will never find that someone. So, "Is there someone for everyone?" YES. Will everyone find that someone? NO. There are those who will not put the time into looking for that someone and so they will never know they exist, but for those who do look, they will find that someone, and when they do they will truly be happy.
dont find the right partner because if u loved some one very much and he also loved you.. then now you both are right partners...m sorry to mistakes in my sentence. because i can't understand English language properly that's y?
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