Have you ever been where you are so caught up in the moment of what you are doing that all your emotion, passion, and soul feel like one and you begin to tear up? That moment. That piece of time. That emotion. Priceless.
You aren’t quite sure where that tear came from, but there is no denying that something is stirring within your soul.
That full watery tear says so much.
It says . . . this is a moment I’ll never forget.
It says . . . there is something to this that resonates with my soul.
It says . . . this thing I’m doing touches the very core of my heart.
It says . . . this is where I want to be.
It says . . . this is what I’m called to do.
It says . . . THIS is my purpose.
My pastor has a saying “What ever makes you cry your eyes out or bang your fists on the table, that thing, that is what you are called to do.”
What makes you tear up? Do you know why?
Is it some injustice being done? Is it the sadness you feel someone experiencing? Is it children playing? Is it the elderly? Is it the pain strippers experience in clubs?
So, why the tears?
Chatting at the Sky has an awesome post about how our tears can be messengers. I love that thought because it is so true. Her post is totally worth the read. Touched my heart and stirred many emotions within me.
I’d love to hear what makes you cry your eyes out or bang your fists on tables.