Life is tough. Not only having to deal with what we have but also being always afraid of the unknown, and of the future and what it will bring us. Knowing that we don’t know a thing.
Trying to maintain a normal life with this burden you gave us, or as a good manager would say, this “challenge”. But we have more in our life, and they need our attention, our love, our caring. The world doesn’t stop because we have to take care of things. It keeps going and we must play catch every single day.
We think that life changes us, but we are a tough nut to crack. And even knowing that the most basic things in life cannot be taken for granted, the small details of life make us angry. And this makes us even angrier.
And sometimes we just want to cry.
And this is OK.
Because sometimes this is the only thing that we can do.
One thought on “Letters to God – Part 5: Crying”
Crying is discharge… A most necessary discharge that should be welcomed when it comes our way…somehow, even when we cry about “things” that’s cause us pain and/or sadness, we feel a sense of relief afterwards…