Our culture often views love as some fuzzy thing that gets passed around and makes us feel warm inside. But as we all know, this happens only part of the time. The other part is full of anxiety, confusion, and frustration.
Calling all the hopeless romantics💞
She was one of the first people who clearly pointed out: the soul does not see a difference in religion, culture, skin color, or physical appearance. And, when people of different worlds find one another and find love together, it is the work of the soul.
The second part of Elizabeth Gilbert's conversation with Oprah airs on "Super Soul Sunday" this Sunday, Oct. 12, on OWN at
When Schwarz did a media analysis, he found that both theories are equally as prevalent in culture. He also noted that internalizing
Assessing the situation and knowing the strong bond between the pair, their family stepped in. “I told my sister on the phone
"Soulmates recognize that they are two parts of the same whole, and no outside influence or external matter can break that
Every now and then, I wake up and wonder who the guy is in my bed and why there is a minivan parked in my driveway. I love the guy, and our daughter, and our cute little house in suburbia. But sometimes I do wonder how the hell I wound up in this life.