Sometimes,crying is good to feel good. Then, you need to ask God to give you acceptance with your sorrow. We can not always get things that we like. If you are crying for happiness. You need to thanks God for being happy.
Sir C.V. Rajan, I am addressing the question to both gender... :-) As what I've learned, real men are the ones who accepted that at certain points in their lives - tears flow...
I believe most men are not all that emotional and a sense of not-to-cry is also culturally thrust upon men. My Guru Mata Amritanandamayi has said that men should not be too weak hearted to cry for non-serious matters. Crying for God is welcome.
Yeah, in a multicultural perspective, there are communities wherein a man crying is labeled as "weak"... when in fact it is actually not the case... I mean, it doesn't follow... as you said, so long as the reason for crying is valid...
to cry for reasons that your heart can't take it. But not to cry over trivial matters
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