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Discussion in 'All Other Discussions' started by SaggyWoman, Apr 23, 2010.
I cried today. Work has been difficult lately.
Today when I found out a 14 year old young man from our youth group lost his battle with cancer around 1:30 this morning.
Yesterday I realized that though I have gained so much ground in my quest to be free of legalism, I'm not free yet. Particularly in my parenting. It hurt my heart and I cried.
Thursday afternoon. Don't really wanna talk about it, though. I'm better today. :applause:
The last time my daughters asked for my credit card.
This morning when I read to my kids about Rick Husband and the devos he had videod for his kids before the shuttle "mishap."
The last time I REALLY cried was at my mother's funeral nearly 19 years ago. Does getting misty-eyed and shedding a few tears count--even though I didn't make any crying sounds as I did with my mother? I do that fairly often with certain movies. The song, "I should have Been Crucified" always make me break down and cry like a baby.
I was nearly thrown out of a church over that song.
A few weeks after my father's funeral. I have a hard time with grief in that I push it down and deal with it later (just like my mother does). It took a while before I was able to let it out.
Worship moves me, but I haven't had any real amount of tears in worship in quite a while now. The Lord is softening my spirit in this matter, but past events still have some lingering effects.
I can't remember about crying, but this tread is beginning to make me feel sad.
I find it really hard to cry but it is a great relief when I do.
I got pretty upset by a diabolical cartoon in the French rag "Le Monde" today though.
I relate with most who have posted on this thread.
The last real cry I had was only a few weeks ago, and it was a cry of joy, thankfulness, and relief to the Lord for His goodness to me when I deserve otherwise.
I've never cried from sadness much, but like someone has already pointed out, when I do it is a great relief. I cannot say with certainty when I last cried from sadness, and I hate to say this, but it was probably from a stupid chic flic that my wife and granddaughter were watching that I shed the last couple of sad tears. Egad!