Soulmate: noun. A person ideally suited to another as a close friend or romantic partner.
People are given two soulmates in their lifetime.
The one person who opens your heart to a whole new world and wonder no one can give you. A single touch electrifies you. Intensity. Love. Honesty. Affection. Spiritually.
A best friend.
Someone to spend life with that doesn’t hate you, scar you, && is always there to help && protect you. Love. Honesty. Spiritually.
You can love many people in a single lifetime. Some stay, but most leave. Boyfriends. Girlfriends. Friends. Co-workers. Life hands you hundred’s of people in your life but the ones who matter never leave. You may not talk daily, or see each other often – but you know, deep inside, they are there forever.
Growing up I always said, and believed, that a person can only have one soulmate until I realized that’s not exactly true and funnily enough, I realized this while watching ‘One Tree Hill’. I will always believe, you can only be “in love” with one person in your lifetime. I don’t believe you can feel something THAT strong for multiple people. (You can love as many as you want. Big difference between loving someone and being in love with someone.)
But sometimes I forget about best friends. That one person you meet and you simply think to yourself this person, I like this person, they will be mine forever. &&& it’s true, you may not see them on a daily basis, or even monthly basis. But you know, &&& they know, &&& everyone knows – they are your person.
Everyone needs that person too. You need the one person in your life who isn’t going to tear you down, or make you feel inferior to everyone else. Someone who doesn’t crumple your spirit, or squeeze you like an orange if you want to believe in rainbows and unicorns. Someone who will not get mad when you trip them into the mud, or lock them out of the car on a rainy night.
Reading that you started thinking about your wife or husband. Boyfriend or girlfriend. But do you think of your best friend. The person you met in elementary school or junior high. Possibly high school or college. Or if you lacked social skills and didn’t develop much until adulthood, maybe you’re thinking about a person at work. A girl or a guy that makes your life a little less stressful and enjoyable. Life is hard enough trying to maneuver your way around it – it’s even harder when you’re alone – that’s why God gave you people. Two people. The two people that will get you through life without too much struggle, or too much pain, heartbreak, or sorrow.
Those two people.
Your best friend.
Your soul mates.