While I appreciate your concern, I'm sticking to my opinion. I'd rather live with that I can see, then try to wish for something I must have faith for. This way I'm avoiding any deception. Not that I refuse to see god or my soul or whatever, I just think it's a damn waste of time to do so. You may "feel for me" and think I'm a pathetic, gray teenager, I don't really care. I just gave my opinion, it's not a debate, I had no intention to be convinced that I'm wrong. I've arrived to this state of mind through a long process of reflexion and observation. I respect people who need to believe in all this stuff, and who need to feel a stronger presence around, but never will I share their beliefs. As for love, it exists. Is it godly? Is it an extra-body experience? A perfect alliance of two souls and blablabla? To me, no. You feel love, you like the person, eventually you get to be with her/him, and try your best to adapt to him and the new lifestyle of being with someone. There's no such thing as "soulmates". I think it's a stupid and simple way to look at things. It kind of kills the romance, and makes it impossible to fully enjoy being with the other person.