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Soulmate or Just Digging 'Em

How do you know when you've found your soulmate? Is there an earth shattering moment within your soul that speaks to another? Is there a moment where you just know, what you know, what you know? Does your heart palipate and your palms grow sweaty? Do you suffer from a loss of appetite? Are the last two signs of love or signs of having found that one person who is the other half to your soul.

I ask these questions, because I want to know. How will I know when I've met my soulmate. Or have I met him already...and sadly lost him? How do you know? How will I know?

What does a soulmate mean to you?

My definition of a soulmate is a person who not necessarily completes you, but he/she will make you at peace with yourself. Meaning your automatically comfortable around this person. You'll feel no need to be on your best behavior because it will be a perfect "fit". You can be yourself utterly and completely. It is my hope that when I/if I do meet him, I will recognize him and hope that the feeling of soulmates is mutual.

Have you met your soulmate?

Honestly, I thought I had met my soulmate. We finished one anothers sentences, enjoyed one anothers company, and could sit and NOT talk with no "dead air" in the room. Thus, I digress...because even if I felt that, he obviously did not...so it begs the question, again. How will I know if he is a soulmate or just someone that I really dig and enjoy spending time with?

I'm interested in your comments...

SassyScribe

Comments

MsJayy said…
Interesting topic Sis. I believe in Soulmates and pretty much agree with your definition. The question I have is, is there only one soulmate for each person or can you have more than one? Saw that topic somewhere else but can't remember where... Honestly, I think you know when someone is your soulmate because you feel the way you described AND you don't have to ask the question - you simply know it in your heart.

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