The Daily Post prompt; Would you rather laugh with sinners, or cry with saints? created a lot of questions for me.
What makes a saint a saint?
Why would a saint cry and not laugh?
Why would a sinner laugh and not cry?
Hey! What makes a Saint cry?
Why would a Saint cry?
Why would a sinner cry?
Are saints crying because sinners are laughing?
Are sinners laughing because saints are crying?
Is it possible to be a saint and not know it?
If I am a saint today and sin tomorrow do I have to resign my saint status?
Since I prefer laughing can’t I laugh with both?
If I am spending my day seeking the joy of life why would I want to cry with either group?
Of course crying is good too. It’s a wonderful release of pent up emotion and thought, relieving stress, a toxin cleansing and it is very good for the complexion, but alas I do not cry easily.
I love a movie that stirs those tender emotions to tears, a soggy freeing expression without seeming morose. So if the saints are watching Old Yeller or Marley and Me I will cry with them. To cry and moan and whine..no thanks
The best crying is laughing ’til ……
“Saints are only sinners who keep trying.” Mother Teresa of Calcutta.
I know lots of sinners, myself included. I am not sure if I have ever met a saint although have met those with saintly characteristics, but given this limited choice I am all for laughing with sinners, as it would be a pretty lonely existence without them. Take away the sinners and I may be only person here. HAHA.