Our children love us both equally, and truth be told we love each other's children as much as our own, and yet we're not partners in any usual sense of that word. People ask me all the time about this notion of soulmate.
I always tell them to be careful what they ask for because they may not have a real clue about what they are getting themselves in for.
In the final chapter Raphael gives his own version of the Sermon On The Mount, stressing compassionate connection with the less fortunate as the cure for evil.
Tobiah and Sarah take this to heart and always have the abundance they need from which to give to others.
The energy of this relationship seems to transcend it's individual components, the 'we' being far greater than the individual "I".
There have been times both of us have wished the other one would some how drop off the face of the planet.
All parties live to a ripe and full old age and Raphael eventually tells Tobit and Tobiah the truth about himself, and then ascends into heaven.
The book of Tobit is sort of an angelic soap opera, but it's also a treatise on the importance of self giving in the scheme of things.
I found this article kind of interesting because I had no idea the Archangel Raphael was the patron saint of soul mates or of happy encounters, and that Valentine was the patron saint of formed partnerships.
For me Raphael has always been the angel of coyote lessons.
I have one really close friendship with another psychic whose energy is so like mine that people constantly confuse us.