Friday, 13 August 2010
08:42:23 PM (GMT)
Greek mythology once told us, "humans were originally created with 4 arms,
4 legs and a head with two faces. Fearing their power, Zeus split them into two
separate parts, condemning them to spend their lives in search of their other
halves." But, what happens if our apparent other half parishes before we even meet
them. Do we have a back-up soul mate? or do we have to walk the earth alone?
What happens then? If Zeus intended to split us apart, so that we may someday
find our other half, shouldn't it be that you meet them first? Is their name really
imprinted on our hearts like childhood stories told us? Do soul mates even exist?
Highly unlikely. But that's just my opinion. It seems highly likely that we've got
someones name branded on our hearts invisibly, or that we're destined to be with
one person, and one person only. and when we find that one person, our lives are
complete. With divorce rates, and break-ups, Greek mythology never told us even if
we did find them, that it would always work out. Love is bogus. If you can describe
love, it's not really love.