Do we really have one soulmate out there?

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  1. cosmicdust profile image60
    cosmicdustposted 7 years ago

    Do we really have one soulmate out there?

  2. Dale Mazurek profile image72
    Dale Mazurekposted 7 years ago

    Many a person can have mates, friends and so forth but yes I believe for every single person out there they do have a soul mate.  I also believe not everyone finds their soul mates.

  3. Nefarious_Misery profile image67
    Nefarious_Miseryposted 7 years ago

    I would hope the answer is yes. But I think that most of the time we settle with someone who isn't our "soul mate" or ideal match. I think because most people just get tired of looking and tired of being hurt.

  4. dashingscorpio profile image87
    dashingscorpioposted 7 years ago

    Honestly I don't buy into "the one" concept. I believe on a planet with 7 Billion people odds are pretty much in your favor (there is more than "one" person) who has the qualities you're looking for. Our options are limited by how many people we choose to (exclude) right off the bat BEFORE ever meeting them.
    Some examples are "the one" must be of the same race (That eliminates Billions of people right there), must be of the same faith, must reside in my country/state/town...etc Again that eliminates billions more and that's BEFORE you get to age, height, weight, education, career, hobbies/interests and sexual compatibility. Last but not least "the one" must be liked by your family and friends and vice versa! However to truly have met "the one" he or she must also see you as being "the one". Is it any wonder after we get done (excluding) people that there is only one!:-)
    Awhile back I wrote a hub on this subject. WE limit or increase our odds for finding love. … venbillion

  5. capricornrising profile image61
    capricornrisingposted 7 years ago

    For the longest time, though I hoped to meet "Mr. Right," in my heart of hearts I was sure this was an absurd idea, and that such a person was merely a fantasy. I was sure that all relationships were fraught with difficulties, and that the only way for any of them to succeed was to pay the required dues in trials and tribulations, fights and negotiations. That happily ever after was the end of a fairy tale, not real life.

    Then the man of my dreams fell into my lap. I feel so very lucky I never "settled." Though there are tougher days, this relationship has been a dream of ease, comfort, home and companionship. Anyone who knows me well knows how seemingly impossible such a thing could be for me!

    I read somewhere once that we meet the right person 4-6 times in our lives. I now believe that there are indeed people who are more right for us than others, with whom we are on the same immediate wavelength, and that we must not make an immediate decision about who they are or are not. Creating a laundry list of characteristics for our perfect mate stymies our quest to meet them. We need to tear up our lists, keep our antennae tuned, be open and vigilant.

  6. juiwei2000 profile image59
    juiwei2000posted 7 years ago

    Depends on people, but most people do have one, the only question is whether you want it or not

  7. nightwork4 profile image61
    nightwork4posted 7 years ago

    we don't have any. no one is your soul mate. you just end up finding a person you connect with and it works out. there could be a million people that you could spend your life with.

  8. engelfantasydream profile image61
    engelfantasydreamposted 7 years ago

    yap!! there is one person for all of us..not all ended up with their soulmate do..but there is a soulmate for each of us!!!..the right person for you is your soulmate!!!..same wavelength and you have common goals together of being with each other forever..or for the rest of your its so hard to find them need to search the whole world for it or wait for all your life for true love to come by hahaha..many just take the risk of going in and out of a relationship yet still don't find the right one for them..and many just let destiny do it for them and it works depends on what kind of person you are and what you believe in..the absolute truth is, most of us wanted to be in a relationship just for the heck  of it, not really for the right reason,just cos your friend got bf or gf and you want one is really hard can say that whoever you are with is your soulmate or true love do they are not just cos your with whatever... lols..what is important is..the one whom your with love you trully and respect you..cos soulmate or true love thing is nothing but a label as you want to describe your mate cos you happened to be in love!!!


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