It’s not cliché to believe two people were made for one another, but in my opinion, it doesn’t work the way it seems or the way we’d like.
We’re made for someone, but that doesn’t necessarily mean they were made for us. We go with the flow and play the game that is our show, make moments and entangle ourselves in this belief that romance is the purpose. I feel as if we’re subconsciously lost looking for a precise purpose that causes us to disregard little things and the truth behind our soulmate.
It’s my belief that your soulmate is the person that changes your view in a positive way — your feelings, emotions and wisdom. Essentially the one that ignites an aura where there is no explanation. They’re the one that coincidently helps you further your mind while giving you life experience.
Although it might seem like there could be an endless amount of people that fit the description — it’s not that simple. It’s the essence of the moment and a combination of a magnitude of things. It goes as far as the intensity behind your words and the way you grasp their hips. The way you open the door, the way you say good night and how you smirk with your eyes.
Your soulmate is not the person that makes you smile or really even the one that makes you happy. They are the one that gives you a variety of emotions and entertains your mind. But more importantly, they are the one that you love unconditionally. The way you kiss their fat and how you would die for them. It’s not a matter of lust vs. love vs. soulmates — even though at times they can be combined, they’re all entirely different.
The question of “what is romance after a soulmate?” is a completely valid concern. But back to the basics of the warped idea that romance is the purpose behind life. Your soulmate gives you life experience to understand the vast events that happen throughout your existence. Everyone and everything that comes after is still important regardless of the principal. The idea floats that everything else is filler, but without our soulmate, we truly wouldn’t understand situations, certain emotions or the fact that love is universal. The sky, touch and our appreciation would not be the same.
The thought arises in regards to why two people can’t be made for each other. It’s as simple as it doesn’t work that way. With over seven billion people on the planet, you would assume this to be true. Yet looking at the overall, it’s not my belief that two can equal one.
It might seem ridiculous or out of reach to truly understand the complexity behind the meaning of a soulmate, but it’s there. The idea, our notions and the way we perceive the idea is our own. We might believe that we’ve already met our soulmate, but they could be next and so forth. We’ll never genuinely understand the meaning or be able to explain the feeling behind it, but when you know, you know and if there’s a question, it was never there.