There is a great article on the CM Institute right now about commitment and people over 40. My favorite quote from the article:
"My dad once told me (when I was in college), Erik, youre going to meet a million women in your lifetime, and half of them will be the right one. Sounds unromantic, huh? The simple truth is that doesnt take a whole lot to make a marriage. It takes two people of similar values, who are attracted to each other, and who want the same things in life. The big things. If a man tells you he hasnt met his soul mate yet, it means he has been looking for the perfect woman. And there is no such thing. Hes been unwilling to face the fact that no one is perfect. Consciously or unconsciously, hes still unwilling to accept that ALL relationships mean compromise."
What do you think about this quote? Do you think there is just one "soul mate" out there for you, or are you of the school that "all relationships mean compromise"?