The Invisible Thread That Connects Two People Who Are Made For Each Other

Ever since, man has wondered about the meaning of life. The quest for the ultimate answer has given birth to captions all over the world, ...

Ever since, man has wondered about the meaning of life. The quest for the ultimate answer has given birth to captions all over the world, each one more captivating than the next. Among them, a legend from Asia explains with remarkable romanticism, one of the great mysteries of life.

This ancient legend tells that there would be an invisible link that would link together people destined to be united, and that nothing in the world could be able to break.

What is this legend and what is this mysterious thread?

The legend of the red thread of destiny

According to an ancient Chinese legend, Yue Xia Lao, the deity of love and marriage, ties a silk cord to the ankles of soulmates. The two people thus bound by the wonderful thread, which nothing would ever be able to break, would then be totally subject to their destiny, mastering neither the circumstances nor the moment of their meeting.

Red is the color of love, desire, and attraction, and it is also the color of this thread that connects soulmates to each other.

According to this Chinese legend, people destined to unite are bound by an invisible red thread, and this idea resembles that, in Western thought, of the two separate halves looking for each other. It would seem that each culture has an equivalent concept.

The story of the boy who was overtaken by his destiny

Legend has it that one night, in the moonlight, a boy walking back home met an old man busy reading a book. This man was the god Yue Xia Lao who had taken a human form.

When the boy, intrigued, asked him what was the book he was reading, the old man told him that it was the marriage book that listed all the marital unions in the world. The old man revealed to the young man that he too was tied to a girl by the thread of destiny. He told her that he was destined to marry a girl who was not far from them and that he showed him.

The young man did not like this idea. He was still young and had no interest in having a wife. On the other hand, the girl seemed rather ugly. It was then that he grabbed a stone he threw in the face of the girl before running away.

Many years later, when the boy became a mature man, a marriage was arranged between him and a young woman. When the wedding night came, he went to the nuptial chamber where his wife was waiting for him. When he lifted the traditional veil that hid his wife's face, he noticed that she had a scar in her eyebrow. It was then that she explained to him that when she was still a little girl, a boy had thrown a stone at her that night and wounded her in the face.

This woman was the one that Yue Xia Lao had shown her that famous night and with which he was bound by the invisible thread of fate ...

What this legend teaches us
Sooner or later, the two people bound by the invisible cordon are bound to meet, whatever the distance and the circumstances that separate them.

According to this belief, our whole life is guided by the invisible threads of destiny and everything we do is predestined, nothing in the world is due to chance.

"Our world has its share of obstacles, but nothing in this world happens by accident"
- Japanese proverb
The Invisible Thread That Connects Two People Who Are Made For Each Other


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