I am constantly getting email asking me where their soul mate/twin flame is, or if the person they are with is their soul mate or are “meant to be” with someone else…
Here is the thing. We were given free will to make choices. There is not one person who is perfect and made just for you. We were given free will to make choices as to who we can be with and relationships only going to work out if both parties put some effort into it.
Look at the divorce rate and tell me if there is any plausibility to the whole “soul mate” concept?
I am getting a lot of these questions lately. Here is a prime example.
Am I doing what I'm supposed to be with my life? I am in a relationship with
a man who I love completely and I still feel like there is something missing,
like he is just never happy. He says he loves me and wants to be with me as
well, but is this right? we are supposed to be getting married.
Message: I would just like to know if me and my boyfriend are going to make it?
We spoke about marriage but it was a mutual agreement not too.
We have 2 kids and 16 years straight through. We are going through VERY rough times right now. He has always been an addict. And we have live together since we were 18. And now, I think he is cheating on me.
I am constantly getting email from those who are asking if they have met their soulmate. They expect the relationship to be perfect and "meant to be". They believe that God or Fate has planned out their love life for them. The issue here is that goes agains the "free will principal". The relationships we choose and that we seem to fall into easily, often fall into familiar patterns.
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