posted on Aug, 15 2009 @ 02:37 AM
I'm under the impression that "soulmates" might not exsist in reality, more so only in that word. Of course I'm a hopless romantic who has been
heart broken more times then I'd like to admit. I think I might be a bit jadded though because the idea of finding my "soulmate" is an
overwhelmingly joyful one.
I do believe that things happen for a reason, so I am not discounting the possibility of meeting one's "soulmate" on the net but I would lean more
to the reality of a person to person meeting out of situational means or something of the like.
With the good comes the bad and vice versa, and to note I tried the dating sites and found nothing but dissapointment, be cautious of them. I'd
rather meet sombody in person and go from there as I currently have but even still I have my contentions as well as trust issues of my own that I have
to contend with. The internet expanded communications for people but real life will always overcome, and too bad for us (all) that our society has
taken a different stance on the family unit and mongomous relationships in general.
Look at the divorce rate for example, it's almost like people have become dispossable and there's so many oppertunities for people to devote more
time to their jobs then their own families, it's a shame if you ask me, but don't take my word for it. I wish all luck in life and love, love is key
to our exsistance and slowly it's being snuffed out and relplced by shiney gadgets and longer commutes, expensive homes beyond what we really need to
live our daily lives.
They allow couples to become swamped in debt thus causing fights and arguments over the situation, we have certain music reaching our younger children
encouraging them to become sexually aware at naieve ages and because mom and dad both work obscene hours to make ends meet, their left with only their
peers for guidance.
Bottom line is that I feel love (true love) is slowly being snuffed out and replaced. So sad.