One Direction once told us, “if you ever feel alone, don’t, you are never on your own.” Although this sentiment may seem random, it heavily applies to our daily lives. Most if not all people have a partner for life, also known as a twin flame. “A twin flame is your own soul, shared across what appears to be two physical beings. It's one soul split into two bodies,” says Todd Savvas, a spiritual teacher and sage. This doesn’t have to be a romantic relationship and can totally be a platonic friendship; that’s what’s so great about twin flames!

Ruchi and I have heard of these “twin flames” and decided to do a bit of research. Maddie Carlin, a sophomore at Rowland Hall, defined twin flames as “best friends who are very similar and they are important because they understand each other and are able to relate to each other on another level.” However, newer generations have redefined this term to be less spiritual and more literal. More simply, a twin flame is a best friend. Some examples of twin flames in modern pop culture include Taylor Swift and Selena Gomez, Harry Potter and Ron Weasley, and Niall Horan and Harry Styles. Here, we have gathered some evidence and research surrounding twin flames and what importance they may have to our daily lives.

Throughout your day, you will probably encounter many challenges, which would be easier to handle if you had someone to rely on. Twin flames can help improve our day-to-day lives by giving us someone to talk to or even someone to help us with our homework. We asked junior Sara Bakhsheshy about how her twin flames enhance her daily life, and she explained that “they really make me laugh and are just a constant joy whenever I see them.” In addition, we asked Jack Vitek, a sophomore, who his twin flame was, and he said his dog, Sierra. Twin flames don’t always have to be human; they can be any living being that you feel a deep, spiritual connection to. Lastly, twin flames have become extremely simplified, so beware, and don’t just randomly call anybody your twin flame because they might not be who you think they are! Make sure you get to know someone really well, and have them become your best friend before you become twin flames.

Are you wondering if you have already found your twin flame? Mbgrelationships.com says that there are 11 definitive signs that you have found your twin flame, which we have linked below. But for now, we have created a quiz that will tell you who YOUR twin flame is out of 4 of Rowland Hall’s faculty members.

https://www.mindbodygreen.com/articles/twin-flames-signs-meaning-and-stages

 

Quiz: Choose an answer to each question, but make sure you tally how many of each letter you get because, at the end of the quiz, we’ll give you a teacher for you to get to know better based on your answers!

What would you do if you had 6 million dollars?

  1. Pay off your house and put most of it in an investment account, and do something nice like take your family on a cruise around the Greek islands

  2. Start your own grape vineyard

  3. Send Anne Wolfer to Italy or pay your vet bill

  4. Probably start an awesome nature preserve and live there

 

If you could speak to one person dead or alive, who would it be?

  1. Your Dad

  2. Gandhi

  3. Michelle Obama

  4. You would have a few things to say to Aristotle...

 

If you had a day off, what would you be most likely to do?

  1. Spend time with your family

  2. Grow grapes

  3. Eat a big brunch

  4. Go hike or bake while watching a funny movie

 

If you could star in a movie which movie would it be?

  1. Horseman

  2. Star Trek

  3. Lion King

  4. The Incredibles

 

If you had to do one thing for the rest of your life, what would it be?

  1. Birding

  2. Grow stuff in a garden like a farm

  3. Hike a lot and raise puppies

  4. Play games

 

What is your least favorite subject?

  1. Linear algebra

  2. Math

  3. Physics

  4. History

 

What do you think the best quality a person can have is?

  1. Forgiveness

  2. Kindness

  3. Patience

  4. Empathy and humor

 

What superpower do you wish you had?

  1. Time travel

  2. Super strength

  3. Teleportation

  4. Teleportation x2

 

If you could go back to one historical event to witness it, what would it be and why?

  1. Work with Aldo Leopold to restore his farm

  2. Unification of China under Qin Shi Huan Di

  3. A Queen concert

  4. The moon landing

 

What’s your favorite holiday?

  1. Halloween

  2. Duan Wu Jie

  3. Thanksgiving

  4. Pi day

 

Answers:

If you got mostly 1s, your twin flame is 9th-grade science teacher, Mr. Wilson! Mr. Wilson is Rowland Hall’s fun, bird-loving, biology teacher. Go have a chat with him; he is interesting to talk to and learn about!

If you got mostly 2s, your twin flame is Assistant Principal, Mr. Geoxavier! Mr. Geoxavier is passionate about teaching, spreading kindness, and grape vineyards. He serves in the military and is passionate about Chinese culture and language!

If you got mostly 3s, your twin flame is 12th-grade English teacher, LBJ! LBJ loves her publications partner Anne Wolfer and the band Queen! You can stop by classroom A10 and have a great chat with her!

If you got mostly 4s, your twin flame is 10th-grade chemistry teacher, Laura Meyer! Ms. Meyer is an incredibly smart teacher and went to MIT and Yale! She loves chemistry, Tehe Incredibles, and playing games with her friends and family! Go stop by the chem lab and have a chat!

Twin flames
Ruchi Agarwal and Maile Fukushima

One Direction once told us, “if you ever feel alone, don’t, you are never on your own.” Although this sentiment may seem random, it heavily applies to our daily lives. Most if not all people have a partner for life, also known as a twin flame. “A twin flame is your own soul, shared across what appears to be two physical beings. It's one soul split into two bodies,” says Todd Savvas, a spiritual teacher and sage. This doesn’t have to be a romantic relationship and can totally be a platonic friendship; that’s what’s so great about twin flames!

Ruchi and I have heard of these “twin flames” and decided to do a bit of research. Maddie Carlin, a sophomore at Rowland Hall, defined twin flames as “best friends who are very similar and they are important because they understand each other and are able to relate to each other on another level.” However, newer generations have redefined this term to be less spiritual and more literal. More simply, a twin flame is a best friend. Some examples of twin flames in modern pop culture include Taylor Swift and Selena Gomez, Harry Potter and Ron Weasley, and Niall Horan and Harry Styles. Here, we have gathered some evidence and research surrounding twin flames and what importance they may have to our daily lives.

Throughout your day, you will probably encounter many challenges, which would be easier to handle if you had someone to rely on. Twin flames can help improve our day-to-day lives by giving us someone to talk to or even someone to help us with our homework. We asked junior Sara Bakhsheshy about how her twin flames enhance her daily life, and she explained that “they really make me laugh and are just a constant joy whenever I see them.” In addition, we asked Jack Vitek, a sophomore, who his twin flame was, and he said his dog, Sierra. Twin flames don’t always have to be human; they can be any living being that you feel a deep, spiritual connection to. Lastly, twin flames have become extremely simplified, so beware, and don’t just randomly call anybody your twin flame because they might not be who you think they are! Make sure you get to know someone really well, and have them become your best friend before you become twin flames.

Are you wondering if you have already found your twin flame? Mbgrelationships.com says that there are 11 definitive signs that you have found your twin flame, which we have linked below. But for now, we have created a quiz that will tell you who YOUR twin flame is out of 4 of Rowland Hall’s faculty members.

https://www.mindbodygreen.com/articles/twin-flames-signs-meaning-and-stages

 

Quiz: Choose an answer to each question, but make sure you tally how many of each letter you get because, at the end of the quiz, we’ll give you a teacher for you to get to know better based on your answers!

What would you do if you had 6 million dollars?

  1. Pay off your house and put most of it in an investment account, and do something nice like take your family on a cruise around the Greek islands

  2. Start your own grape vineyard

  3. Send Anne Wolfer to Italy or pay your vet bill

  4. Probably start an awesome nature preserve and live there

 

If you could speak to one person dead or alive, who would it be?

  1. Your Dad

  2. Gandhi

  3. Michelle Obama

  4. You would have a few things to say to Aristotle...

 

If you had a day off, what would you be most likely to do?

  1. Spend time with your family

  2. Grow grapes

  3. Eat a big brunch

  4. Go hike or bake while watching a funny movie

 

If you could star in a movie which movie would it be?

  1. Horseman

  2. Star Trek

  3. Lion King

  4. The Incredibles

 

If you had to do one thing for the rest of your life, what would it be?

  1. Birding

  2. Grow stuff in a garden like a farm

  3. Hike a lot and raise puppies

  4. Play games

 

What is your least favorite subject?

  1. Linear algebra

  2. Math

  3. Physics

  4. History

 

What do you think the best quality a person can have is?

  1. Forgiveness

  2. Kindness

  3. Patience

  4. Empathy and humor

 

What superpower do you wish you had?

  1. Time travel

  2. Super strength

  3. Teleportation

  4. Teleportation x2

 

If you could go back to one historical event to witness it, what would it be and why?

  1. Work with Aldo Leopold to restore his farm

  2. Unification of China under Qin Shi Huan Di

  3. A Queen concert

  4. The moon landing

 

What’s your favorite holiday?

  1. Halloween

  2. Duan Wu Jie

  3. Thanksgiving

  4. Pi day

 

Answers:

If you got mostly 1s, your twin flame is 9th-grade science teacher, Mr. Wilson! Mr. Wilson is Rowland Hall’s fun, bird-loving, biology teacher. Go have a chat with him; he is interesting to talk to and learn about!

If you got mostly 2s, your twin flame is Assistant Principal, Mr. Geoxavier! Mr. Geoxavier is passionate about teaching, spreading kindness, and grape vineyards. He serves in the military and is passionate about Chinese culture and language!

If you got mostly 3s, your twin flame is 12th-grade English teacher, LBJ! LBJ loves her publications partner Anne Wolfer and the band Queen! You can stop by classroom A10 and have a great chat with her!

If you got mostly 4s, your twin flame is 10th-grade chemistry teacher, Laura Meyer! Ms. Meyer is an incredibly smart teacher and went to MIT and Yale! She loves chemistry, Tehe Incredibles, and playing games with her friends and family! Go stop by the chem lab and have a chat!

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