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One Day You Will Meet Someone Who Will Change Your Life for Good


It’s inevitable that you will meet another human being who will have a tremendously positive and productive impact on you and your life—eventually. Furthermore, this will only be a certainty if you continue to have genuine faith that it will be (as you should). If you’re open to it, someday another person will make you question your lifelong beliefs of the world, of life itself, and if you yourself. But keep in mind that this person could be a stranger on the street, on a bus, or in line at a coffee shop—and keep your mind open (and on alert).

It’s also important to remember that if you don’t pay close attention, this person could walk right through your life rather than walking right into it; everyone you interact with in any way could be the human being you have been waiting for or searching for. Of course, it’s possible that you’ll be Universally destined to meet your soulmate for only a month, a week, or a day, but it’s tragic to experience short-term progression and growth when long-term happiness, success, and peacefulness could have been possible.

However, if you are able to recognize that a person has the potential to change you for the better—or that a person has already begun changing you for the better—then there’s also a chance they could be your ideal, Universal life partner. Of course, they could just as easily be destined to be “merely” a close, lifelong friend; pay attention to their smile, their tone, their laugh, and their gestures and you should get a sense of which scenario you’re a part of. Regardless, when you meet another human being who makes you aware of what you’ve been missing out on in life—and who delivers some of these things to you and enables you to experience them—think about how to keep them in your life over the long run.

When you meet someone who makes you think you’ve met them before—and known them for years, even—because you’re both so incredibly in sync with each other, don’t allow them to walk through your life if keeping them in your life feels right. Just as people like this can show you what you’ve been missing in life, they can also show you aspects of yourself that you’ve never noticed before—and knowing yourself better is oftentimes highly beneficial. Just having conversations with these kinds of fateful human beings can spawn ideas, answers, or even questions which will have positive and productive impacts on you for the rest of your life—and possibly beyond (who knows?).




*This content was inspired by an amazing article that can be found here.