The season finale of "The Bachelorette" has aired and Andi Dorfman has chosen the love of her life. However, one former Bachelor says her choice is not her soul mate.

The final rose has been given, the proposal has been made, and a promise of a life together has been forged. Andi Dorfman chose Josh Murray, a fastball right in her wheelhouse. Murray is a former athlete (who knows what he does now) which is Dorfman's type. He is also from Atlanta which means Dorfman won't have to deal with the choice of moving to a new city.

She's comfortable and happy with her "soul mate."

But former Bachelor Sean Lowe says she is wrong to call Murray her soul mate. In a blog for Patheos.com, Lowe basically says there are no soul mates in this world and that there is not one person for everyone. He quotes a recent survey that states couples who view their spouse as their soul mate are not as satisfied with their partner as those who have a more realistic approach to their relationships.

Despite what seems like negativity, Lowe clearly says he is ecstatic for the new couple and wished them all the best.

He then offers some advice to the new couple saying, "You see, what Andi and Josh don't know is that they are just now embarking on the hard part. Nobody told Catherine and me that our toughest challenge would come after we rode those elephants off into the sunset. Falling in love while globetrotting the world was the easy part. Learning how to love someone you've spent a collective 20 hours with is the really hard part."

Check out his blog here to read his complete thoughts.