Soul Destiny

Soul Destiny

Life is a journey and everything you do in your life and everywhere you go, everyone you meet is for a purpose. Nothing is accidental and even though this might sound silly, the truth is that there is a reason for everything that happens to you and there are no coincidences.

This is something that cannot be explained by science and this happens over and over again. You will meet people in your life that will play a role in the decisions that you make and will help you to grow into who you are supposed to be. Some of these people will be there with you forever while others will just be there for a fleeting moment. Both are significant for your life.

Each person that you meet is a cosmic connection and they all serve some kind of purpose rather it is to teach you something, to make you stronger or to give you happiness or pain. All of these experiences, rather good or bad can help you to grow.


Some people in our lives are there to help us be awakened. They are meaningful to you because they show us what our dreams are and help us to meet our goals. They help you to take steps towards reaching the goals that you have.

Reminding Us

The people that remind us help us to stay on our paths. They help us to be successful and happy but most of the time they are only there for a short period of time.


Some people are there to push us and help us to learn hard lessons in our life. They show us things and make us to grow into who we are. We will struggle when we meet these people and sometimes, they are parents or teachers.


We meet people that will be there for a small time in our lives and they are people you meet just for a fast minute. Maybe you see them at the store or pass them at the airport. Even though you don’t have a real connection with these people, they walk beside you and you learn to see them without judging them.

There is not a place for these people, and they do not give you support but they are there to hold a place and make you reflect who you are.


There is another group of people that is a small group of people in our lives and these are the ones that stay. We meet them and they are very valuable to us. These are our family members and our partners or best friends.

These people are there for us when we need them, they help us to grow and they are an important part of your life.

These are the people that you will have strong connections with that will last a lifetime. You will have the desires with them that they have, and you will want to do good so that they will be proud of you. They will help you to heal if your heart is broken.

Finding these people in your life is important and you will meet a few of these connections as you go through life.


  1. While the idea that there are no coincidences and everyone has a purpose in our lives is appealing, it’s essential to critically evaluate such claims. Many events in life appear random and attributing purpose to them may simply be a way to find meaning in chaos.

  2. The article provides an interesting perspective on the roles people play in our lives. It suggests that everyone we meet has a purpose, which can be a comforting thought. However, it would be intriguing to see some scientific viewpoints included to balance the metaphysical aspects discussed.

  3. The notion that every person we meet serves a purpose in our life is intriguing. It provides a framework for understanding our interactions. However, it would be beneficial to explore the idea that not all encounters are inherently meaningful, and sometimes, people are just passing through.

  4. The breakdown of different types of people we encounter is quite thought-provoking. It categorizes relationships in a way that is easy to understand, though it might oversimplify the complex nature of human interactions. Adding some psychological insights could enhance the discussion.

  5. The concept of ‘cosmic connections’ as explained in the article resonates on an emotional level, but it would benefit from a more empirical approach. The roles people play in our lives can often be contextual and situational, rather than predetermined.