How I Found My Soulmate
I’ll admit, I used to believe I’d found my soulmate. Several times, but looking back, I had no concept of what it felt like to be with the perfect person for me at the time. This had as much to do with the internal changes I needed to make as it did with meeting the right person.
How did I come across my soulmate?
It was on a cool Saturday evening, and I had been at home since the morning because I don’t work weekends, but my thoughts kept begging me to get out. I wondered aloud where I was. My mind’s fight continued for a while, and I had to give in.
It was three o’clock when I glanced at the wall clock. I dressed up and went for a walk down my street. I was still pondering where I should go after leaving home, and I had the idea of seeing an old buddy. I walked down the road, steeply but absentmindedly, to catch a bus to my friend’s house.
However, while I was walking, I noticed a female approaching me in a fairly robotic manner, and I turned to look at her. I admired her in every way. She grinned at me, and it was contagious. I ended up returning her smile. We exchanged niceties and phone numbers, and I couldn’t pass up the chance to learn more about this girl.
Precious, a peculiar girl I met, had such an impact on my life that I dreamed about her at night. I was ecstatic to hear her voice so early in the morning. So I called her and scheduled a meeting for Sunday evening. I became involved with her and ended up in a relationship with her.
She swept me off my feet with two things before I could call Jack Robinson: respect and admiration. It was communicated through her eyes, touches, gestures, appearance, demeanour, and voice. When I proposed to her, it didn’t take me long, and she readily accepted. We began planning for our wedding, which took place only a year ago.
I was overjoyed to have discovered my soulmate after getting married. If my wife had realized how important these feelings of respect and appreciation are to me, she would have done everything she could to offer them to me. But she was too oblivious to see it. I have to admit, she has a great deal of respect and admiration for me.
She makes me feel like a king who deserves to be adored. There is never a dull or tense moment while she is around. All I receive is a sense of calm. As a result, I see her as a therapy for long life. I’ll stay with her for the rest of my life if only for that reason. I can’t come and die at a young age, or, put it another way, before my time.
Have you found your soulmate yet? If yes, share your own experience where and how you find him or her in the comment box.
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