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What If Everyone Had Only One True Soul Mate, a Random Person Somewhere in the World? [Love]

What if everyone actually had only one soul mate, a random person somewhere in the world? -Benjamin Staffin More »
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Here’s Why You Don’t Always Marry Your Soul Mate

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Why I Believe that Soul Mates Don’t Exist

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Recently I’ve had more than one conversation or debate about finding your soul mate and whether most people were actually waiting for “the one.” I personally hope that most people aren’t waiting around for their soul mate, because I...

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