Do we ever know someone, I mean really know someone? Perhaps it’s the people we think we know the most that we really don’t know at all.
There is a difference between knowing someone and knowing about them. We never can know someone unless we work from the soul. The soul is the key to how we respond with each other.
It’s the soul that guides and directs our behaviour and actions in the physical form, but we must listen out for what the soul says. The soul carries an imprint of how we’re supposed to behave, instead of how we consciously choose to behave. Because we don’t work from the soul, outwardly we will always portray as many different characters as we choose. Individually we change, but the soul never will.
Unfortunately, we can never get to know other people when they don’t show their feelings or talk about the things that matter. We also can’t know others when they don’t bring us into their confidence, when they don’t talk about the issues that concern them and what makes them who they are, what they feel and how they feel at any given time.
It’s a sad reality for many of us, when we’re presented with something that we didn’t even think was possible from someone we thought we knew, then we come to know we didn’t know that person at all.
It’s easy to believe we think we know, but we can never know. Perhaps we live in hope because we want things to happen with that person, the way we assume it will.