You can continue chase that elusive Tron game of blue-ish transcendent love. Or you can simply create it with a couple of pretty simple choices. (Image/Ascended Relationship)
The person you’re married to—or will marry one day—isn’t your soulmate.
[Insert very dramatic orchestra music here.]
It sucks, I know.
How can I be sure?
If we begin with the basic assumption that soulmates are, in fact, real things, and that everyone has one, I can know you’re not with your soulmate because—math.
There are 7.5 billion people in the world. You’ll meet approximately 80,000 of them if you live the average human lifetime of 78.3 years.
That’s .001% of the human population. And that’s everyone you’ll meet over 75-80 years. We really get to know much fewer than that.
“So you’re saying there’s a chance!”
It means that neither the girl you like in history class, nor that…
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