The Invisible Thread Between Two People Who Are Meant to Be Together
One legend says that there’s an intangible string of fate that connects two people meant to be together. Although it’s invisible, the thread is present regardless of time, place or circumstances and nothing can break the destiny of two people to be together.
The Red String of Fate
According to the belief in ancient East Asia, tying a red string around the ankles help you find your soul mate. The color red is a symbol of attraction and desire.
What happens when you find the other half?
The red string of fate has high power. If you find the other half, you should not fight the red thread. And here is a story why you shouldn’t escape your destiny.
“Walking home one night, a little boy saw an old man reading a book. He asked him what he was reading. The old man said it was a book of marriages, and told the young boy he was destined to marry one girl. When he showed the little boy the girl he was to marry, though….
The boy didn’t like the idea because he didn’t want to get married. He threw a rock at her and ran away as fast as he could. Years later, a marriage was arranged between the boy and one of the most beautiful girls in the village. But, when he unveiled her he noticed…
His wife-to-be had a small scar over her eyebrow. When he asked her about it, she told him that a boy had thrown a rock at her as a child. Thus proving their fateful union…”
Still takes work
Even if you find the person on the other end of the fateful red string, that doesn’t mean staying together will be easy. You should be loyal, devoted and compassionate if you want your love to last forever.
In Japanese culture it is said the red string is tied around the pinky finger. The person who broke their pinky promise had to cut off their pinky finger!
The red string is unbreakable. The two people connected by the red thread are destined lovers, regardless of place, time, or circumstances. This magical cord may stretch or tangle, but never break.