We all become rather acclimated to the concept of a soulmate by the time we are relatively young since we are raised in a society
that instructs us about relationships through the prism of romanticism
We have a good understanding of what it means to have a soulmate, regardless of whether we were first exposed to the concept by reading
Pride and Prejudice" or by viewing movies like "The Notebook." In point of fact, these concepts of there being one person who is perfect for each of us
who completes us are most likely presented to us much early on in the form of children's stories.
If you don't buy into the concept of "the one," that's totally great; but, it can be interesting to speculate about what it might be like
both physically and emotionally, to come face to face with that person.
You are free to be yourself. When you are in this person's company, you have a sense of security.