Soul mates and destiny are often thought of as working in tandem and in reality soul mates and destiny are intertwined. The universe creates a soul mate couple and their connection. Then the universe creates the destiny which allows their paths to cross, usually in some strange and unexpected way. This destiny allows them to stay together forever. Right? Wrong!
The relationship between soul mates has a certain magical, mystical feel to it. They seem meant to be, because they cannot imagine their lives without each other. They believe they will never feel for anyone else the way they feel about their soul mate. Of course they must stay together, it’s destined, isn’t it? Why else would the universe make such a wonderful bond between two people only to have it broken? What would be the point? Since when is the universe so cruel? Doesn’t true love always conquer all?
If you love someone enough and they love you, doesn’t it always work out somehow? Nope. It sure doesn’t. And soul mates know that just as well as any other couple. Why? Because just like every other couple, destiny does it’s part, then goes on to other things. Destiny may pop back in here and there, but it doesn’t always play an active role. The universe and destiny give the responsibility of the outcome to whom it really belongs: the actual soul mates who are involved in the relationship.
Hey, the universe did its part. It created what could be an amazing couple. The love is strong, the chemistry is out of this world and the sex is mind blowing. Destiny made sure these people found one another. It did its part. They created something unique and special and gave two people the opportunity to have a fabulous relationship, grow as people and learn valuable lessons. Now of course the couple could do just that. Why wouldn’t they?
Because they are human. Humans don’t like change, and often resist growth. So instead of taking this valuable gift and cherishing it, they treat it like trash. They act as if they don’t want it, don’t need it, and may even abuse it. They may run away from it and try and avoid it completely. It is up to them. So don’t blame destiny if it doesn’t work out. The Universe is not punishing you. God is not punishing you. They are not trying to make you miserable. They are not trying to ruin your life and chances for a happy fulfilling relationship. They are not responsible.
The responsibility lies with those given the blessing of meeting their soul mate. You must both play your part in making this relationship work out. No one should have more weight than the other in making it work. Destiny brought you together but it was never destiny’s job to keep you together.