I came up with this theory a while ago; I spend so much time around computers and around guys, being so very scientific and logical and cold (the labs are air-conned), that every now and then I just have to be over-girly, and I break down into tears to make up for it. There really don't seem to be any other reasons for it. Emotions are such strange strange things. You can't take them apart and analyse them, because then they're no longer what they were to start with. My emotions never seem to have a reason or a source. They just appear out of nowhere and spiral into an explosion of over-reaction. And then disappear.
I was incredibly happy the day after that, by the way.
Welcome back, dear rollercoster emotions. I haven't missed you at all.
The upside to this? I'm learning. (Very slowly). I'm trying to appreciate the meaning of scriptures like:
Consider it pure joy, brothers, when you face trials of many kinds, for you know that the testing of your faith develops perseverance... (James 1:2)
For I have learned, whatsoever state I am in, therewith to be content (written by Paul somewhere...)These scriptures are embellished in my brain via my Bible-school gap year and my ACE-based schooling in primary school. I think (hope) they are finally being useful. You know, I get to actually put into practice this process of trying to find an upside to every day and bring more positivity into my life.
So. Something cool about this week? I've been getting a lift to lectures in this: