He who seeketh, findeth

August 12, 2007

Things That Make You Cry (… And You Cannot Explain Them)

Filed under: Meditation,Reason for Breathing — Steve (Chessiq) @ 12:46 am

I am not a crier – I can count the times that I have cried over anything on the fingers of one hand… I watched the Opera guy, Paul – A mobile phone salesman, on Britain’s Got Talent, and I thought I “saw” how people treated Jesus at one time… Nobody expected anything great out of Him, the onlookers could not hide their fascination,… mockery or whatever it was. The only person who really feels/knows/thinks/suspects/believes/hopes… that he can actually do it is HIMSELF. I just got overwhelmed and I cried. I don’t know… I am reflecting on other times when I missed the face of God in other people, or when I hid the image of God in myself… so hard to explain. Hopefully, meditating on what I saw will embolden me to come out of my shell as well as encourage others to bring out the best that is hiding within.(Thanks, Steve-Olson! Thanks, KarenLim!)

You can share your moments of unexplainable reactions you have had after listening to somebody, reading something, watching something,… whether you cried or not! You can also share your tears, regardless of what the source was. You can also share your stories of when everybody but you or one other person believed you could do something – and you did it!



  1. […] For the video that made me shed a tear – my intro to Paul Potts, click here. […]

    Pingback by Time To Say Goodbye « He who seeketh, findeth. — September 3, 2007 @ 1:28 pm | Reply

  2. Paul’s singing of Nessum Dorma gave me goose bumps up and down my arms and around my neck. Plus, he made me shed a tear of two. His voice is fantastic! May God bless him! Good luck Paul for the rest of your life. May it be wonderful.

    Comment by Mary Pack — September 4, 2007 @ 4:41 pm | Reply

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