Timing can sometimes really be a b*tch, right? Especially if you’ve met the love of your life. The person who is just perfect for you. Your counterpart. Your soulmate.
You start a relationship with them. You are on a cloud nine. They make you feel things you’ve never felt before.
And then, something terrible happens. Your whole world starts crashing down when they tell you they had to move to another state. Or that they are already taken…
Whatever the case, I know it hurts. I know it’s one of the worst kinds of pain. And we make it worse by starting to play the ‘if only’ game… “If only they were single…” “If only they didn’t have to go…” “If only they were ready to be committed fully…”
Please, stop. You’ll only end up losing and feeling even worse. Don’t do that to yourself. And try to understand that the whole concept of timing can really be a deal breaker – but to the wrong people.
Because, have you ever considered that maybe the person you’ve met at the wrong time is not the right person for you?
You can go on and blame timing if that helps alleviate your pain but let me tell you something.
We never meet the right person at the wrong time because the right people stay with us forever. The concept of time ceases to exist in those soul relationships.
When someone is your divine match, there isn’t anything or anyone that can separate you two from being together. There is no force greater than the bond between two people who are destined to be together.
The right person doesn’t question themselves about the future with you. They take the leap of faith and nothing matters to them as long as they have you by their side.
Because they can’t face a reality without you in it. They can’t stand losing you. That’s why they will do anything to keep you in their lives.
They will fight every obstacle that stands in your way, but they’ll do it. They’ll be with you always and no matter what happens – they’ll never leave you.
That’s how powerful and strong these connections are. Everything else is a waste of time.
There is no right or wrong ‘timing’ when the love feels right.