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What is an Adult Date: December 29, 2004
You are an adult when you cry because what you have done, not because of the punishment you have received.
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87ISH24 Date: January 02, 2005
Crying is an outlet for blocked emotions. There is a
need to let them out the way children cry spontaneously
and a few moments later they express relief and even
a smile.

Adults can benefit by establishing a greater awareness of the causes for crying, and to differentiate between grieving the loss of a loved one, or the guilt for what we may or may not have done.

Redeem the past is simply done by becoming aware of it and asking forgiveness for any hurt we may have caused.

Do not allow thoughts of the past to domine the moment, and steal the ability to live the inevitable here and now.

To avoid debilitating recurrences, it is suggested we
write down the thoughts preceding and following
an outburst of

87ISH24 Date: January 02, 2005
Crying is an outlet for blocked emotions. There is a
need to let them out the way children cry spontaneously
and a few moments later they express relief and even
a smile.

Adults can benefit by establishing a greater awareness of the causes for crying, and to differentiate between grieving the loss of a loved one, or the guilt for what we may or may not have done.

Redeem the past is simply done by becoming aware of it and asking forgiveness for any hurt we may have caused.

Do not allow thoughts of the past to domine the moment, and steal the ability to live the inevitable here and now.



rfm_surveyor Date: January 12, 2005
Perhaps people cry when they look back at what they have not done?


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