A soulmate is someone that just gets you. It’s a connection of minds, a mutual respect, an unconditional love and a total understanding. It’s about being yourself and knowing, not only that person is following and understanding your thoughts, but is right there with you, side by side. The soulmate’s relationship is equal; no higher or lower place, just as one. My sister is my soulmate. We are identical twins, meaning we exactly the same DNA. For this reason, we are incredibly similar — same sense of humour, and similar mannerisms — which obviously helps huge amounts with leveraging the soul mate status! We are living thousands of miles apart which is hard but when we are together, it’s the best.
Maybe our bond stems from the time we shared in the womb — those nine months, getting to know one another. Or perhaps after that, when tackling the spoken word and managing to communicate in other ways — the slight squint of an eye, the hunch in the shoulders, and other visual cues. We have shared so much and so many laughs. Laughing all the way. Without having to say a thing. Just a look. We have dreamt the same dreams and woken wondering if we had escaped normal life and been on an amazing adventure. Being born as a twin is being born with a soul mate. We are both blessed by having one another to love unconditionally. Here’s to you, Emily.”
How do I stay physically attracted to my aging spouse? The question comes our way from an anonymous older man who listens to the podcast. “Dear Pastor John, most men marry in their youth, when our wives are young, vibrant, physically fit, and at their most physically beautiful. The passing of time inevitably ushers in wrinkles, sagging skin, sunspots, cellulite, etc. As aging husbands, how do we remain physically attracted to our spouses? Should we work at this? Is it disingenuous if it’s forced? Or is this something that should naturally die off over time? I don’t think so. However, if I can be fully honest, it often feels like I’m brainwashing myself. How would you counsel me?”
I want to say some things from the Bible, and then perhaps from my own experience, but first a brief word just by way of preface. I think it will be obvious why it’s relevant, but I’m calling it a preface anyway.
Among 45- to 59-year-olds with sexual partners, some 56 percent said they had sexual intercourse once a week or more. Among 60- to 70-year-olds with partners, 46 percent of men and 38 percent of women have sex at least once a week, as did 34 percent of those 70 or older.
“Love never Dies with age”
With the passage of time, we become physically attach with our soulmate and this love start increasing day by day.
These are the emotions that keeps the relation alive till death.
If we emotionally attach with someone its keeps the roots of relation strong as stone and true lovers never apart ♥♥.
A relationship undergoes changes with the passage of time and as you
grow older. No relationship will always remain the same – the dynamics will
change. The heady rush of a love affair in your teenage years will give way to
a more practical equation in your career’s formative years.
Resemblance in physique
Whenever two lover gets old with the passage of time they still love with their partners because they love them by soul and as the time passes ,the roots of love gets more stronger.
When lovers start their journey they accept every weakness and insecurities of each other so time doesn’t effect their way of love.
A relationship undergoes changes with the passage of time and as you grow older. No relationship will always remain the same – the dynamics will change. The heady rush of a love affair in your teenage years will give way to a more practical equation in your career’s formative years.
“ Basically,Love gets more newer as we gets e older.
Falling in love at the age of 70 is not miracle its all about hearts and what Bible says”