In pain or when we are extremely happy we have tears in our eyes. why?
I have no Idea I guess it is just a natural reaction from our bodies being shook up.
I really don't know but we may be so overcome by pain or with joy and it is just has to come out some way , If we didn't do something at that time we must feel like we could not stand it. Perhaps God gave us that way of reacting for a purpose.our heart is so full that it has to come out some way.Sorry I can't be a better help to you.
I guess we just have to accept it,it happens to all of us at one time or another,clara
Because you use the same muscles in your face to create tears, thats the reason, its not a mental thing.
Its natural all i can say , tears are linked with emotions and its just a way to express out the emotional state , great question by the way !
In both cases it is an extreme emotional response for example if someone dies most will cry. If someone almost dies but manages to live some may cry out of relief happy that the person will survive. It seems to be tied to extreme emotions. Although I've been very happy before I can't say I remember crying but I know some people do and thats ok.
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