So I’ve been told that God has a special plan for everybody, that He knows everything that will happen in your lifetime before you even live it…that He wrote your life out for you ahead of time. People have also told me that God made a special somebody for everyone. But, did He? I mean, I feel like if God could make someone who was meant to fall in love, he could easily make someone who was not. If everyone had a soulmate, what would happen if a person died before they got to meet their soulmate? Did God just not create one for them?
I am not much of a religious person, and the concept of soulmates is one that can only be used by those who have found a life partner or one trying to find one. However, I strongly believe that there is someone, or many people, for everyone. However, too many people sit by and let these possibly wonderful relationships dissapear, because they are too busy focusing on one thing that they ignore the possibilities around them. Some people never fall in love. Some by choice. due to their ability to do so being removed. Some by focusing so much on finding a false perfection that they miss the other choices. Basically, there is someone for everyone, as long as you keep looking. But rely on yourself to find them, God can only present the chance, you have to see and seize it.
Well, you bring up some good questions there.From what I can figure, God has a plan for everyone, but that does not necessarily mean that God has made a soul mate for everyone. Some people who go on to be priests in religions are without a soul mate and there are others who seem to be perfectly comfortable not finding a love.But for everyone, there has always been someone for them. Whether it be a parent, other family, or a friend, God has given everyone someone with whom they can have an important connection.That's just what I figure. I don't know if it's what you're looking for, but I hope something in there helps.
Does everyone have a soulmate? Well actually I believe God has made a multitude of people who meets the requirements of a certain someones standards. For example: if you want a Christian boy, who likes music, very funny, tall, honest, respectable, etc. There are a bunch of them God has made TONs of guys that meet that standard but you personally pick the one who makes you the happiest or completes your life the most. So does everyone have a soulmate, yes in a way, but you have options. You can pick one of the people who make your life complete or you can be single. Either works. Its what makes you happy.
well.. too me, "soulmate" doesnt have to be a spouse, or a significant others. i think that souls mates can be a friend. why does soul mate have to be someone you are in a relationship with. i think that soulmates are someone you have a connection with, someone who knows you inside and out, and you know everything about them also, someone who you can talk and talk and talk with, without an awkward moment of silent in between. you can love them with all your heart and share everything with them. but you have always have to be with them.
I believe there is a balance to everything in the world. For light there is darkness; for fire, water; for Earth, air; for peace, chaos; for life, death... so who's to say that each individual soul - each person's essence - doesn't have a "balance"/"soul mate" as well? Whether or not everyone does isn't something we can prove, but it isn't that far of a stretch to imagine that out there somewhere is another living person that is your other half, per se.