Day 61 of 366: thankful for a really good cry

You keep track of all my sorrows.
You have collected all my tears in your bottle.
You have recorded each one in your book.

Psalm 56:8 

Yes, a good old cry! Sometimes I tend to keep things bottled up too long that I just need to let it all out through tears. After crying my heart out to God, burdens are lifted and the baggage are lighter. 

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What are you grateful for today?

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17 thoughts on “Day 61 of 366: thankful for a really good cry

      • Lol…these dramas are so good but addicting. They hook you in with the story and makes you want to keep watching. Themes are similar along most of the dramas but interesting enough to watch. Oyyyyy, I get wary when I start a new one. I console myself that I’m improving my Korean. 🙂

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      • Oh my, Indian dramas sound fun too! Do you speak Hindi or use subtitles?
        My conversational Korean has improved a lot over the past ten years since my husband and I speak often in Korean, but my reading and writing are two different things. Basic basic skills. I need to be more intentional about teaching my kids Korean…so much to do!!

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      • They certainly were fun when I used to watch them. I used to watch them to learn Hindi, unfortunately, I lost interest, but I still know a little bit of Hindi, just not even to get me around town!

        I’m happy to hear that your Korean is improving. I hope that it continues to progress as you put it into practice more.


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