You could call her a swipe-right-with-your-fingers-crossed kind of girl.
I like to talk about these relationships in terms of Soul Contracts.
In fact, when we fully understand the nature of these relationships, we can start to see our enemies as Soulmates as well.
At the transfer site, several full buses passed me by before one finally stopped.
After admiring splashes of color, chatting with local artists and listening to a few riffs of live jazz, I searched for another event bus to take me across Pasadena to meet a friend.
Yet many of us find ourselves giving up hope when our “happily ever after” doesn’t appear on schedule.
And in a dating world where Tinder is king, finding a true soulmate can start to feel like nothing more than a fairy tale.
The goal is to help each other awaken and heal so each of us can ultimately re-join with our soul twin.
Some of those roles are affectionate – friends, family, lovers, and beloveds of all kinds. Those relationships are more like sandpaper on fine wood, bringing out the beauty and strength of the grain through friction and pain. Our soulmate families travel with us through time and space, through as many lives as are needed for our awakening.
An Art Night Pasadena was getting underway when I boarded a shuttle and headed to a new exhibit.
She had real potential, a vibrancy that seemed to leap off my Tinder screen.
I'd tried online dating before without much luck, but this girl was somehow different.