Embrace Your Beautiful Tears


Tears are really beautiful when we are passing through the waves of emotions they sneak out of eyes and roll down our cheeks. When we are out of words to express our feelings, these tears become our language to communicate. They articulate our happiness, sorrows, loneliness, and pain.

Sometimes when I feel void, tears fall down my eyes. It makes me feel light and comforting, the magical water of eyes fills that inner emptiness. These tears are the evidence of our existence without them we lose the part who we are!

For many of us, tears are the sign of weakness, but the fact of the matter is that tears are the mark of our strength. The people who don’t care about their own feelings who don’t accept their own emotions how they can be strong… acknowledging and accepting is always difficult, it needs strength and courage running away doesn’t!

Let these tears flow freely. Feel these tears embrace these tears every tear is a part of your story, your struggle. They enable you to live your life more fully. Without emotions, our life would be colorless. Hug the person who had tears running down their face. Tell them you care about them. You can connect with someone through tears that you can’t relate in any other way! These healing tears wash away all the pain and bitterness to make our life flourish and bloom!

“Never think you are weak if you cry. Every tear is replaced with wisdom and strength.”

149 thoughts on “Embrace Your Beautiful Tears

  1. I like this post. You view of tears was very interesting. Sometimes, they are the only words that we can express. Although often viewed as a negative, tears serve a very important purpose. Relief. How many times do we feel better after a good cry? They are a vessel that often provide relief.

    Exellent post. A pleasure to read.

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  2. You Know this should be taught in schools. Society sometimes paints this negative picture about tears and how they are embarrassing and weak. When in reality they are truly what you described them thank you for this post.❀

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  3. Loved the post. I strongly agree with your claim that tears aren’t a sign of weakness but of strength; since it’s easy to mask your pain/fear/insecurities but it takes an enormous amount of strength to identify, accept and voice them.

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  4. This was really genuine Kranti …And I love the way you have penned down each and every word , because it’s purely from your heart and this clearly tells me , that you feel everything to the core and your understanding of emotions and life is crystal clear ✨❣️

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    1. I must say Muneeta you are a good observer! Thanks a lot dear! So glad you enjoyed reading it! I am really humbled by your kind words ..Means a lot to me.. Stay blessed ✨❀️


  5. Crying is a process of healing. There are moments that unless I cry it out, I’ll never fully feel betterβ€”it’s a sign of acceptance of what is and letting go of what was. Crying is therapeutic and certainly not a sign of weakness.

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  6. This is such a beautiful and nostalgic post for me. Back in school, I wrote a poem from the point of view of a Teardrop and some ideas that you have mentioned above were exactly what the Teardrop said in my poem. This is such a precious feeling, Kranti ❀ ❀

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    1. Absolutely, I understand Neha! Glad to know that you liked this post and would love to read your poem someday! ❀️Thank you so much dear for stopping by and taking time to read the post!❀️

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