Do you understand the power behind a tear? It can breakthrough a wall of hurt. It can shed light on quiet fears and escalate faith to those lost and looking for clarity. They can be used to heal or used to connect with others.
So why do women fear them so? Why do we consume ourselves with what others think about our tears—calling us “emotional” as if it is a weakness or a sign that we are unable to handle life?
WHAT THEY LACK, WE THRIVE IN
If I go the medical route, tears are necessary for the health of our eyes. But if I go the spiritual and emotional lane, tears are necessary for healing. Whether it’s to move forward, over or back to the drawing board, those tears help us shed unwanted, and at times unnecessary, baggage so that we can take our next step toward greatness.
We women get characterized as emotional beings, and that’s cool, because we need to be “emotional beings” in order to handle life’s endless obstacles.
Crying to relieve stress, anxiety, anger, sadness or the like, can only be beneficial for those around us.
AIN’T NOTHING WRONG WITH SHEDDING SOME TEARS
This week, if you need to, take time to shed some tears. Allow yourself time to morn, be angry or sad, feel unforgettably joyful or hold limitless pride. You deserve that right. It’s your gift from God. Stop worrying about those who can’t or won’t. Own those powerful and healing tears. Soon the “emotion-less” will need to shift worries from you to themselves as they try to figure out why thier health (mental and physical) just keeps declining. #beanemotionalwreck #itwillfeelbetter #findstrengthinyourtears