What Does You Know About Fate?

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You don’t believe in fate. Never have. Never will. Everyone else here does though. They all believe in finding your perfect soulmate. And that this clock, embedded into your wrist, would be the one who determines ‘the one’. When it hits zero, that’s when you meet your soulmate. It’s a bunch of bullshit. Why should you, or even anyone, spend so much time concerned with finding their other half? Or even worse, what if you don’t even have one? You never paid much attention to your clock. It’s just something that was just there, like your nose or the mole on your forearm. They all say you’re wrong to ignore it, to avoid it because you can’t stop fate. No matter how much you wanted to. However, you were never one to follow the rules. Instead, you push the limits, bend it all until it breaks. But as the seconds slowly counted down, you found yourself getting more and more nervous. You’re pretty sure that you’ve already found your soulmate. She’s perfect in every sense. Caring, supportive, beautiful. Everything that you could’ve asked for in a partner. But there is one problem -- you both have asynchronous timers. Because of this, it’ll never work. Fate doesn’t allow it to be. You know this. She does too. However, that doesn’t stop her from loving you with all her heart. She showers you with all the love and affection your parents never provided. It stops you though. It doesn’t mean that you don’t love her. You absolutely do, but not as much as she does to you. You shower her with

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