Are Soul Mates Sole Mates? - Poem by Bill Darrah
Is romantic love a direct correlation of God's love as God's most personalized way at humanizing the vast love of an invisible spirit so that we as physical human beings can literally grasp God's concept of true love since the book of Genesis from the Bible states how it is not good for man to be alone or is romantic love simply just one exemplified expression of God's love partially masked by our own humanistic desires dictated by our constant need to feel loved more physically than our deeper, much more significantly powerful need to feel spiritually, psychologically loved humans like to conjure up with their own version of a man-made concept of 'soul mates' which seems to superficially satisfy our hunger for the spiritually empowering love rather than focusing on the love only God can honestly fulfill to any degree of longevity of persistent perseverance of the divine power only God has within our souls as we wholeheartedly embrace God's omniscient enduring love. Of course, if a person happens to be a lukewarm Christian or a non-believer of a spiritually loving God, then this temporarily fulfilling dream of searching for a 'soul mate' seems like an adequately promising ambition. However, what are the specific qualities or attributes unrelated to those of a Christian loving God sought after in a 'soul mate, ' and what if anything determines who is not a 'soul mate' when everyone has a soul to love equally as much as anyone's soul?
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