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Remembering The Last Time I Cried

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The last time I cried was TODAY. Yup! I am such a crybaby. If you want to make me cry, it so easy!

Resistance 2020 Movie

Anyway, I cried today because I watched the movie Resistance. The movie was about an aspiring mime artist, Marcel Marceau, who joined the French Resistance to save the lives of thousands of children orphaned at the hands of the Nazis. The movie made me cry thinking about how the kids must have been feeling all those times. It was scary and heartwrenching!

I didn’t intend to cry today. It just so happened that I watch a movie with a tear-jerking story. Anyway, let me share with you some instances that can make me cry easily…

Sad and Inspiring Movies

This is obvious! Who wouldn’t cry while watching sad movies or those with stories of human triumph? All this kind of movies makes me cry easily. Maybe not cry hard but sometimes I end up with a teary eye.

Very Angry

Yes… I cry when I am very angry. There are times that I am so angry and I don’t want to really hurt anyone with words I will regret, I just cry them out.

Music and Memories

There are times when I hear a song that reminds me of a memory, sad or good, it makes me cry. Maybe my emotion is too attached to my memories.

Last Time I Cried

The Gospel and When Praying

I always get teary-eyed when I hear a song about what Jesus did for us or watch a movie about it. I cry thinking how God has been so good to me and how I have been saved by grace. My tears are not of sadness but of thankfulness.

I don’t cry all the time when I pray. But there are times that I cry when I am praying. It happens when I am very down or faced with a big problem.

These are the times that I get teary-eyed or cry. How about you? When was the last time you cried? Or what makes you cry easily?

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Mumwrites April 10, 2020 - 3:50 pm

I am also a big cry baby. I just cried last night watching this documentary about how the actress Cherry Pie Picache forgave the man who murdered her mother and visited him in prison. It sure was a gut-wrenching watch. I also cried afterwards learning about another Filipino frontliner who succumbed to Covid19 in Paranaque 🙁

Crying is good for our soul and I thought it is one of the ways our bodies cope with stress, pain, anger, or loneliness.


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