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Changing Times

August 9, 2008

Then:

Stop crying like a woman. Be a man.

Now:

Be a man enough to cry.

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  1. Sania permalink
    August 15, 2008 9:06 pm

    If you are sensitive enough, otherwise no body cries for others.
    Everybody cries in self pitty.

  2. August 16, 2008 8:36 am

    Interesting perspective Sania. Do we really cry only in self pity?

  3. Sania permalink
    August 17, 2008 4:32 pm

    When did u cry?
    On some body’s death-becoz you lost that person.or you cried when ur mother/brother was unwell- again risk of losing something.
    We also cry if our realationships are not working…just becoz we have done so much for them and there is no reciprocation. So we all feel pain to lose our gains.
    BUT
    Nobody cries if he sees an accident on the road.or do we cry to see those children begging on the street.
    NO … be realistic.

  4. August 17, 2008 6:54 pm

    It IS true that we cry more often because of our personal loss, whether in a relationship or loss of a person close to us.

    I would say a lot fewer people cry (or feel) for incidents not directly related to us or affecting us. Perhaps it is because there are too many of us (population that it is) striving for limited resources (time, space, money, etc.). But I wouldn’t want to lose hope. Even though I don’t cry for accidents or poverty (well at least not feel enough to do something about it), I do know there are many others who do. Even though that number is seemingly low, there are still people who do things for others. And that is what keeps the hopes alive.

    In spite of being a cynic at times, I am an eternally hopeful that every bit makes a difference.

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