When Will I Meet My Soulmate?
This is not a good time to be a singlet, sorry, single. If you are on Twitter, you will be privy to all things relationships in the last 24 hours. Questions like, God, when will I meet my soulmate? Or the famous God when? God how? God why? Am I a potato? They will have popped up in your mind over again.
What will make it particularly interesting is if you have been following the thread below. The comments, likes, retweets, quotes and follow-up tweets. Everything will just be jumping at you.
If you were not sure of your relationship, even more questions will drum up your mind. What am I doing here? The questions we should really be asking are, where is my soulmate and when will I meet them?
Make sure to read this post till the end and drop a comment, if you want to be part of the 10 people who get an invitation for when I wed my soulmate.
Being Single is Not A Crime.
Wherever there is smoke, there is a fire. But nobody ever talks about the fireman who puts it out. Or more plainly, for every crase, there is an equal or greater crase to return it. There should be a physics quote for this.
The point is, as much as we are talking about love and relationship Twitter is pushing their bounds. There is also a Twitter NG famous quote that says, na single I single I no kill person. We should take a break from love talk. So before you fall into peer pressure and dive headfirst into a relationship that doesn’t count, relax and take your time. But if you still want to go ahead with it, then continue reading this post (and subscribe to my newsletter).
Why Do We Need Soulmates?
Well, as much as being single is not a crime, being in a relationship is not one either. The idea of soulmates has many contrary opinions. That’s not our concern, however. Our focus is on the when. But let’s do why first. As a young and ambitious Gen Zer, you may find yourself wondering, “When will I find my soulmate?” It’s a question that has likely crossed the mind of almost everyone at some point. But have you ever stopped to consider why having a soulmate is so important? Here are five reasons why we need soulmates:
Nobody is meant to go through this life alone. Whether friends or family, we all need a special someone to make this whole thing called life seem worth it. There’s nothing quite like the feeling of being around someone who makes you happy. A soulmate brings joy and laughter into our lives, making even the most mundane moments feel special.
Our religious institutions have family and marriage as the basic unit that binds everyone together. The Bible has God on record saying “man should not be alone” and thus, needs a helpmeet. At the end, you need someone in your corner because life has a limitless amount of shege to throw at you. It is easier and better when you have a sure person around you. Having a soulmate means having someone who loves and accepts you for who you are, flaws and all. They offer a listening ear, a shoulder to cry on, and unwavering support through life’s ups and downs.
They challenge us to grow and improve.
A soulmate doesn’t just accept us as we are – they push us to be the best version of ourselves. They inspire us to try new things, pursue our passions, and overcome our fears.
They provide a sense of security and stability.
Knowing that you have someone by your side, no matter what, can be incredibly comforting. A soulmate provides a sense of security and stability in a world that can often feel uncertain.
They make life more fulfilling and meaningful.
Ultimately, having a soulmate makes life more fulfilling and meaningful. They add depth and richness to our experiences and help us see the world in a new and beautiful light.
When Will I Meet My Soulmate?
There is no perfect time or age. Although things should be done in order, we don’t want a 13-year-old telling us they have found the one just out of the blues. But no pressure. Love could come at 40, 50, 20, 30 or whenever. As much as the idea of forever and spending a lifetime with the one is thrilling, you shouldn’t get desperate and get into a one-chance kind of love. It’s not worth it. You don’t have to kiss all the frogs to find your prince or princess.
So if you’re wondering when you’ll find your soulmate, remember that the journey is just as important as the destination. Keep an open heart, stay true to yourself, and trust that God will bring the right person into your life at the right time.
What To Do Before You Meet Your Soulmate
If you’re eagerly awaiting the arrival of your soulmate, it’s easy to get caught up in the excitement and anticipation. But before you meet the person who will change your life in so many ways, there are a few things you should consider doing:
Get to know yourself.
Before you can truly connect with another person on a deep and meaningful level, it’s important to know and love yourself first. Take some time to explore your passions, values, and goals, and make sure you’re living a life that aligns with who you are.
Work on personal growth and healing.
We all have baggage and emotional wounds that we carry with us, but before you meet your soulmate, it’s important to work on healing and growing from past traumas. This can involve therapy, self-reflection, and forgiveness.
Cultivate a positive mindset.
Meeting your soulmate is a big deal, and it’s natural to feel nervous or anxious. But cultivating a positive mindset can help you approach the experience with openness and optimism. Practice gratitude, focus on the present moment, and visualize the kind of relationship you want to have.
Build a strong support system.
Having a strong support system of friends and family can provide a foundation of love and stability that will serve you well in any relationship. Make sure you have people in your life who love and support you unconditionally, and who will be there for you no matter what.
Pursue your passions and interests.
Finally, before you meet your soulmate, take the time to pursue your passions and interests. Not only will this make you a more interesting and fulfilled person, but it will also increase your chances of meeting someone who shares your values and interests.
Once you get into a relationship, everything you know changes. Especially if it is your soulmate. Remember, meeting your soulmate is just one part of your life’s journey. By taking the time to focus on your personal growth and happiness, you’ll be better prepared to welcome them into your life with open arms.
Relationships are fun, but it births questions. Like, should age matter in a relationship? Do I go ahead with my life and forget about when I will meet my soulmate? Do soulmates actually exist? Many of these kinds of questions and more. What do you think about it the idea of soulmates? Share in the comment section.
One more goofy love thread and I’ll propose to somebody’s son. Till then, watch out for my first blog series, titled ‘Confessions of A Single Woman.’ There has been too long of a gap not to let that out. Don’t forget to drop a comment and also subscribe to my newsletter.