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The odds of running into your soul mate are incredibly small.
The number of strangers we make eye contact with each day is hard to estimate.
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Obviously this is not described as a quote from the Buddha, who was not noted for being a fount of dating advice.
In fact Buddhists generally are not noted for talking about “soul mates.” The word “soul” doesn’t sit very easily within a tradition that teaches that we have no permanent essence, or atman (Pali, atta).
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Let’s suppose you lock eyes with an average of a few dozen new strangers each day.What if everyone actually had only one soul mate, a random person somewhere in the world? There are a lot of problems with the concept of a single random soul mate. You know nothing about who or where they are, but—as in the romantic cliché—you’ll recognize each other the moment your eyes meet. If we’re all paired up at random, 90% of our soul mates are long dead. But wait, it gets worse: A simple argument shows we can’t just limit ourselves to past humans; we have to include an unknown number of future humans as well.As Tim Minchin put it in his song If I Didn’t Have You: But what if we did have one randomly-assigned perfect soul mate, and we couldn’t be happy with anyone else? See, if it’s possible for your soul mate to be in the distant past, then it soul mate’s soul mate is.Plus, intuitively I sense when something is a bad idea, which can be awesome, but it also makes me a buzzkill with peers." 9."For me the hardest part is not letting other people's words affect my mentality.