Boooooom !!! Hey..here I am…
little moody today ..
The other day, they fought with each other for some reason( might not be the real quarrel) they were literally bombarding words onto each other, they stop speaking for the day, but at the end, while sleeping, he takes her close to him and says gentle sorry, pulling her more close.
The other day, they fought with each other for some reason( might be the real quarrel), they were not only bombarding words but also seriously angry onto each other, the stop speaking for the day, at the end, while sleeping, his ego comes in…they don’t still talk for days, God knows, if they talk or not.
Whats this? two contrast statements?
No– its the behavioral pattern of Soulmate and life-mate respectively.
Recently, I have been thinking a lot about life-mates and soulmates..Being an Indian, most of the marriages I have witnessed around me are arranged ones..Yeah, Its true that I have seen these couples fight rarely..And while there are no great disagreements or fights, I now realize, I have never seen them bring out the best in each other..These people compromise, adjust and stay in the marriage like everyone else who never have too much to complain about..
But with soulmates, it is different..Their love is different comforting..Their feelings are different..With our soulmate, we transform..Our soulmates, bring the best in us..We turn into something we never thought we would one day become..We learn from each other, we help each other grow..Its not like soulmates are similar but its the variety in their nature that makes their relation dynamic..They fight, but they make up.. They have their own code of understanding..They hurt each other’s ego and cause turmoil..They have a deep connection with each other’s consciousness..There is an intensity..There is a knowing that magnetically attracts each other..They not only bring the best but at times, the worst in each other..Their relationship works without any work..Amazing life lessons are conferred through such a relation..
Such a different but great meaning in these two definitions. Interesting…
“A soulmate’s purpose is to shake you up, tear apart your ego a little bit, show you your obstacles and addictions, break your heart open so new light can get in, make you so desperate and out of control that you have to tranform your life.”
- Elizabeth Gilbert