I don't believe in this whole soulmate fiction. This concept seems to have been concocted in the mid 90's for some foolish reason. The idea of a soul mate type relationship where no friction exists is pure fiction. Each and every relationship out there will endure some level of friction and some level of change.
Real relationships always have a hard time here and there, but there are people that people have a high compatibility with
I believe in them...Love always is possible, though no friction is not...Soulmates endure conflict...It is their abiding love and their other qualities in tandum that make their love foolproof and a lifetime...*smiling* I do believe in soulmates...Let me tell you a story about two people who met and fell in love on here...You will love it...It is still in progress...
yes....it can happen.
No. No, I do not. No. This is a ridiculous notion. The soul is expansive. It is not exclusionary. It can not limit itself in this life or the next. There IS such a thing as a life mate. Someone we meet who is easy to love who we love for our whole lives, we express our love for our lifemates with our expansive souls. I hope that clears everything up.
I've stopped looking so they might need to scream in my face "I'm right here!" for me to notice.
I believe that we can feel deeply connection to someone without knowing them first- a premonition of the soul perhaps, a little nudge that, "Hey, this person is going to be important in your life". <br />
But no. To say that one never has to work to preserve love goes against the nature of love itself. Love is not just a feeling, it is what you do. It is in part a conscious choice.
NO friction? No, that's ridiculous. You have two people sharing their lives, eventually they're going to disagree about something. It's how they deal with their disagreements that matters.<br />
My other problem with this notion is that the idea of "soulmates" implies there's only one person in the world you could ever love; if that were true, the chances of actually meeting that person would be tiny.
People who are always in love, soul mates if you will..still have friction. It is their ability to work together through it that makes them perfect together. And yes, I still believe in that.
As of last Monday, NO! :o(
Yes, I definitely believe in them.
I believe in them. Never found one though.
I believe in them. But they are very very very rare.