There is no need to exaggerate this situation by calling it "divine.' That is just a way of fantasizing the fulfillment of your wish for a perfect relationship after a disappointment. It's best to keep your feet on the ground and relate to life on a more realistic level.
However, magical things do...
Best answer: There is no need to exaggerate this situation by calling it "divine.' That is just a way of fantasizing the fulfillment of your wish for a perfect relationship after a disappointment. It's best to keep your feet on the ground and relate to life on a more realistic level.
However, magical things do happen in life. Coincidences can begin to spring up around us, and we may really seem to be in a situation that was meant to be. But just because something is meant to be does not mean that it will remain consistently good and turn out as an idealistic happy ending. A relationship can start out good, with a strong feeling of connection, but it can end later on, and we could say that the ending was meant to be also.
So I would say just enjoy the magic and mystery of this kind of experience, but don't assume that it predicts any particular outcome. Live in the present and do the best you can to have a happy relationship. Most likely it will be your efforts rather than fate that will determine whether a relationship is successful. Part of your efforts should go into attentiveness to the other person's qualities (because when we are infatuated, we often overlook red flags or signs that this is not the right person for us) and also clear communication--for example, letting someone know that your ultimate goal is a stable relationship, with trustworthiness and faithfulness on both sides. You should be looking for someone with similar values and goals.
Some people just are dating for fun and are not seriously looking, while others know that they will want a steady partner or to get married and have a family. Take it slow and get to know the woman before leaping to conclusions about how it will be destined to turn out.
I agree the story is amazing and it feels like you were meant to meet again. But I also notice that the current meeting began with conflict and being annoyed at each other. The fact that you protected her from harm when younger seems to turn it around and make the relationship more positive. But there still could be further sources of conflict, perhaps predicted by the argument. That's why you have to take it slow, wait and see.
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