Everyone has a soulmate!

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I feel that there is always someone for everyone. For a person to find that special someone, their soulmate, they would have to broaden their horizon and open their eyes. They must not limit themselves to a particular group; they should expand their circle of friends and find more like-minded people like themselves.

When you were in school, it seem so easy to make friends. As you get older, other factors may prevent those connections from forming as quickly as they did when you were at a younger age. Life is ever changing; you must change and constantly upgrade yourself to fit in. Friends that you knew before might not have anything in common with you anymore. Friends that you might not have considered before might have more in common with you currently. Life is so unpredictable. People are unpredictable.

The choice is simple. The one truth way of finding, or have more opportunity to locate your soulmate is through your circle of friends. As many of you know, there are many levels of friendship.

1) best friend / true friend - these people you have constant contact with. You know their likes and dislikes and they know of yours.

2) associates - friends that you know of or once knew of that remains in your circle for some reason. These friends could have been from school or from a prior work place.

3) people you just know - no explanation needed.

Now there maybe other variations, but I personally like to keep things simple. The more level one friends you have the more richer and meaningful your circle of friends will be, and the better your chances are of finding that special someone.

Please be aware and forewarned, level one friends are hard to come by and like any relationship take time and patients to nurture. However the rewards are far greater than the time that is put in.

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