Agree or Disagree?
"There's no such thing as the perfect soulmate". If you meet someone and you think they're perfect, you better run in the other direction, because your soulmate is the person that pushes all your buttons, pisses you off on a regular basis, and makes you face your butter".
-- Read this message somewhere and found it too interesting. So it's kinda like the opposite of what we expect/want it to be...
Not true... (for me)
If the quote above means "If it seems too good to be true, it probably is," THAT I agree with. 9 times out of 10, something that seems a little too perfect usually isn't.
However, the quote above, if heard by the wrong people, may be taken literally & may persade people to be too pessimistic in love.
On 1 hand, it's quite natural to be a little pessimistic/skeptical if everything seems to be perfect. BUT then again if 2 people are together for long enough, SOME kind of flaw/fault will come. If you're assuming someone is "perfect" after only knowing them for a month, it's not fair to assume that they must be hiding something or be skeptical.
On the other hand, so many people ask for "good things" to come to them, but yet when they finally do get those things, they run. Not b/c the person they've met has evil intentions, but b/c people are programmed to expect the worst even when the person in front of them has done no wrong or hasn't warranted any reason for suspicion
If you have a good thing, embrace it. Don't try to find flaws in it. Be careful what you wish for. If you want to find your "soulmate" be prepared that all their flaws may not come out in the beginning, BUT also expect for them to be a good rendition to your life. After all, that's why they're your "soulmate" to begin with.
Plus, most people aren't educated on the origins of what a "soulmate" really is...
Who started the rumor that finding your soulmate meant finding someone who won't ever piss you off or hurt you?
Humans are humans. We all have flaws. We all make mistakes. We all have the ability/power to hurt or disappoint others. People don't stop being humans whether they link up with their "soulmates" or not.
There is no such thing as a perfect person therefore it's silly to assume that there's such a thing as a perfect soulmate.
Definitely agree that, Unfortunately, sometimes people block their own "blessings" or "good fortune."
Exactly why, it is important to be "open" to receiving.
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