In Part 2 we assessed the participants' tendency to cry
when listening to three emotional songs in which the theme of the lyrics was attachment related.
It is good for me to cry
. Not because as a woman I have discovered a right to produce tears.
"I just started to shake and cry
- I couldn't believe it."
Could it be that language is an elaboration and a constant unfolding of that cry
that is itself a gesture--a gesture that is both the revelation and the creation of world?
It not only promotes healing for those within the congregation, it also has the capacity to open Christian ears to the human cry
outside the walls of the church.
An educator who read A Teacher's Cry
said helping young people to make it on their own emotionally and financially is one of the unsung ways in which teachers give to our kids long after the classroom doors close.
Which organisation's official magazine is called The War Cry
Those who cried in the nondepressed group rated themselves as sadder while they were watching "The Champ" clip than those who did not cry
. They showed sadder facial expressions and experienced major physical changes as their heart rates rose and the palms of their hands sweated.
"Now It Is Your Turn to Cry
, Argentina," The Express
Granpa look at me like he was going to cry
his daggone self.
It is perhaps a good test -- the last time we cried, what did we cry
Interviewed for a poll, veteran Clint Eastwood replied: "Did I cry
when I saw The Bridges of Madison County?
TRAVELMATE and Far Cry
, the 9-2 joint favourites, fought out a thrilling finish to the Foster's Lager Northumberland Plate at Newcastle yesterday.
The moment she closed her car door, Trevan started to cry
. He cried all day Monday.
Nevertheless, people who are sobbing or making other cry
sounds are doing things that are not present when they merely have tears.