I am a married woman, I have the life I’m satisfied with, I have my work, I have my daughter, I have my family and the friends around me. I don’t miss anything, I’m feeling good in this life of mine. Some rare people come into your life and touch your soul you never thought were possible. And this person, makes you feel everything so intensely, that mental touch, those words you share with one and another. Did I find my soulmate?
Is that even possible? But can you love someone when you’re married to the man of your dreams? We complete each other, we are there for one and another, and we love each other completely and pure, we are partners and best friends. But then my soulmate came along. And that was built up differently. We’re both in a life we wanna be in, I’m here and my soulmate is there and we’re not doing more of it than that. But with that said, there are still feelings building up in us. But as life has walked by, and I’m stranded here at my position where I am today, I’ve found out that loving several people in different ways is possible, it’s very possible. We all come across people we connect with more or less. Our feelings are different, wide and aren’t always fair. But they are there for a reason.
I believe we can find soulmates both in females and males, that don’t matter. What matters is how that person has impact on you, how you connect and talk, resonate to things. What you like and how you accept one and another. Acceptance is the most wonderful thing to feel from someone, when there’s no judgment, no looks, and no backs turned against you. When you feel you’re welcome, and you can stay as long as you want.
Soulmates helps you think differently, they do things for you, you never thought were possible. And no, I’m not in the wrong place when a soulmate is out there with someone else. We can share a universe, we fit in, there is room, we’re allowed. Would it change my relationship with my husband? The answer is no! It wouldn’t. And it will never. I think if we meet soulmates crossing our path, I think we need to embrace them, and take care of those special people. We are allowed to feel, we’re allowed to speak our mind, we’re allowed to live our life. I will always appreciate my soulmate for as long as he want’s to stay in this life, with me.
Every relationship changes, we change in time while being in one too. We change every day. Living our life at best hand, being proactive, doing what’s needed of us, being there for our children, doing all those important things. Supporting our friends, helping our family. But when we are in all those places we change, little by little. I’m not the same as the one as I used to be before. I grow, I grow old, and I’m getting older. I feel wiser, I have more knowledge, I’ve learned a lot. From what? Yes from other people mostly, and those experiences I’ve made my self. When you handle a situation in life, you grow on it, there are no manual on how to start or fix things. But then you change experiencing this. And that makes you a different person later in life, and that again makes your relationships hard to handle sometimes, because there’s been a turn and a change you perhaps haven’t noticed.
Today I’m left here with my self, and I’m at peace with how things are. I grow every day, I’m grateful for everything life has thought and given me. And most of all I’m grateful for those who’s touching me within my own soul, who’s able to be there, and stay forever. Forever don’t usually means til I die, but it is for the time it allow us to be. It’s really really good to be so receivable, even when you’re an grown adult with so many scars and bad memories. It’s important to nurture on the good, because that’s what I need. It’s much healthier.
I love you my soulmate !