But it's not really a possibility that I actively pursue. "In order to live with someone else, you first must be able to live by yourself." I am comfortable being single. Everyone should. Why do we feel compelled to be in a relationship? Could it be society pressuring us to seem successful or happy? Pressuring us to fall into the Western tradition of working husband and housewife? Pressuring us to get a well paying and successful career because that's what we think defines happiness?
A relationship shouldn't be about wanting to be in a relationship at all because ultimately it's just a label we throw around to buff our ego. It should be a companionship to someone else. Someone there who understands us and can experience the world in similar ways. And this is why I have turned to this site. Anyone I would meet in a bar or party doesn't even consider these types of things. Not even a thought as to why quantum mechanics and general relativity don't mix, or why we can never answer the difficult questions of why we are here. Most people don't even care about why mathematics works so well, or wonder why we have no reasonable justification as to why or how consciousness emerges from the human brain as a complex mixture of neurochemicals and electromagnetic signals. So here's to the possibility of finding like-minded individuals. Because although I'm comfortable being single, I'm willing to see if there's anyone with similar interests. So if I've managed to maintain your interest so far, why don't we take advantage of this probabilistic coincidence and see where life takes us?