Time Magazine Excerpt: "The search for a soul mate is a futile one"


In May, Time magazine ran an excerpt from Toast 4, about Soul Mates. Here's a bit: My favorite writer on the subject of the soul mates is J.R.R. Tolkien, who was married to his wife, Edith, from her teens until her death at age 82. He acknowledged that soul mates are pretty good in theory: “In such great inevitable love, often love at first sight, we catch a vision, I suppose, of marriage as it should have been in an unfallen world.”

Read it all here.