"Hearts will never be practical until they can be made unbreakable."

Take a broken girl, treat her like a famous princess, give her the best seats in the house. Tell her something true when all she's known are lies. Tell her about forgiveness, the possibility of freedom, tell her she was made to dance in white dresses. All these things are true.

Thursday, April 7, 2011

You Cry A Tear To Start A River

So you head on down to the bottom near the river just to wash away all the pain of today and yesterday. And you try so hard to wash away the spots, but your tears don't seem to do enough. It's just too much. Well, darling grab a hand. I promise not to let you stand alone. They say that crying is good for you. Crying or rather the tears that we shed helps us see, kills bacteria, removes toxins, and also releases feelings. Crying also lowers stress and can elevate your mood. We shed tears of joy, tears of happiness, tears of grief and tears of sorrow. We shed tears for all the right reasons and for all the wrong ones. We come into this world crying and we leave this world with people crying because of us. All along life's journey we will shed tears. We will cry when we scrape our knees trying to learn how to ride a two-wheel bike. We will cry when our hearts are broken numerous times. We will cry at our wedding day along with our parents and family members. We will cry when we give birth to our own family. "Hearts will never be practical until they can be made unbreakable." Everyone goes through a heartbreak. Whether it be from your best friend moving thousands of miles away or if the love of our life breaks up with us to go out with someone else or just because they didn't want us anymore. There is no way around it. I guess in a way, getting your heart broken is a good thing, because it gives us the chance to cry which helps get our feelings out there. The same feelings that most of us keep built up until we can no longer keep them inside and they're about to burst at the seams. The Hardest Ones To Love Are The Ones Who Need It Most.

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