There are times when I need to cry. When I need to release all the tension in my head and body.
I cry to cleanse my heart. Crying hold a special kind of power that purify your mind, reconnect the head and heart and realign you with the power of your soul.
I cry because I feel pain.
I cry because I don’t know what to say when I feel sadness.
I cry because I feel desolate in this cruel world.
I cry for human understanding.
I cry because my inner child wants to scream.
I cry for sanity.
I cry because I want to love without being afraid of rejection.
I cry because I long for companionship, that fills me with magic.
I cry because my heart aches for loving attention.
I cry to feel an embrace that warms my heart.
I cry because all that exists is a treacherous desire.
I cry because my heart knows the truth.
I cry because I feel so empty inside.
I cry because I long for a relationship that is not afraid to love deep.
I cry because I am financially distress.
I cry because I was hurt.
I cry because it is what I know.
I cry because my seven years old hates me.
I cry because I lost my aunt to cancer.
I cry because it is hard to depart from a loved one who is dead.
I cry for the many women who sleep loveless every night.
I cry because so many children are being murdered.
I cry because this nation is divided.
I cry for the families that are suffering.
I cry for people who don’t understand what human kindness is.
I cry for the lack of food there is.
I cry because the earth is decaying.
I cry because I don’t know what comes next.
I cry because times are hard.
But I also cry because I feel love, joy, and laughter.
I cry for new beginnings and old endings.
So if you feel like crying, let the tears flow. Have a good cry, experience this powerful form of release, and let it go as you cleanse your soul.
Don’t suppress it. Let your tears flow so you can purify your mind, body, and emotions of stress and negativity as you rejuvenate the feeling of love and joy. Crying is a new level of peace, love, and light.
“The tears stream down my cheeks from my unblinking eyes. What makes me weep so? From time to time. Nothing is saddening here. Perhaps it is a liquefied brain. Past happiness, in any case, has clean gone from my memory, assuming it was ever there.”