Friday, June 23, 2017
They're the worst ... and the best. Tears at the workplace usually mean that I've tapped into something with a passion. Or maybe I'm just tired. They mean I've touched something meaningful. Or maybe I'm just lonely. They signal a significant moment--something deep with God. Or maybe I'm just frustrated.
Office tears make me face myself and my perceptions of what others think. Those little dew drops can bring on a wave of self-consciousness that feels as if it could drown me. And at the same time it can burst into a fountain that releases my heart.
Funny thing these tears.
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