What biological function does crying serve?
Asked Arthur C. Clarke, in his book, "Songs from distant Earth". I pondered over that question. Yes, what biological function did crying really serve?
Fortunately, more than a decade later, to me this is a no-brainer question. Tears are intentionally salty because it helps remove physical and energetic impurities.
I had not cried in years and years, until a few days ago. It was like a river, gushing amidst the emotional residues.
One wrench thrown into my plans and the whole machinery came to a grinding halt. I did cry a second time on that day, but I somehow picked myself up.
I was crying for someone I never met. I know: big surprise, heh! But it is true.
I just wanted to post an update, since I haven't done so in a while now. Once I fully recover, I promise I will write and post pictures. This is a rather abrupt end to my post and I am sorry about that.