MuchMoreThanMuscle saidI agree with the OP's statement. With the billions of people on the planet, not all of us are going to find love.
It may sound trite but for those who may not find love with another person I strongly suggest they pursue things in life they love doing. Really learn to identify past times and hobbies that you look forward to doing. And even better, is to find groups that can allow you to pursue your hobbies with others. This way you get to meet people who have similar interests. If love isn't in the cards for you then hopefully some meaningful camaraderie will.
I actually quite agree with this.
To be honest, some people just know.
I knew that I was going to be one of those guys who would always be single, even when I was younger that's how I always saw my future to be like, and the thing is it didn't bother me.
Living it now I can say that there are some things you just know.
I'm not even 30 yet but still my entire life I've always enjoyed and preferred me being single and have yet to feel lonely.
So much like the above was just said, I had time to discover things I really enjoyed doing as well explore different hobbies that I've been curious about trying.
Furthermore these have become things that I've learned to enjoy without doing it in company, but I'm still out in the world because I work full time.
Honestly all I can say is that I know for sure this lifestyle was something that was really meant for me.