When was the last time you had a good cry?
Do you remember what made you cry? Do you remember what you were feeling? Did you know why you were crying?
I cry at weddings. Have you ever thought about why you're crying at a wedding?
Crying is not always a sign of depression. I used to think that I cried because I wasn't happily married (even when I was married, LoL). It doesn't mean that I'm worried for them that they'll end up in an unhappy marriage. Au contraire, I cry empathically. It's a happy cry. I'm overwhelmed with how in love they are. It's usually around the time that they're saying their vows or expressing their love for one another that the tears start flowing.
In a speech I heard from Earl Nightingale, I learned about the statistics on 100 people that were asked at the age of 25 how eager they were to succeed. All of them couldn't wait to get their life going because they wanted to live the adventure and travel the journey to success. They were all wild with enthusiasm and they knew they had what it takes.
By the age of 65, one is rich, 4 are financially independent, 5 are still working, and 54 are broke and dependent on someone else for their financial needs.
You're probably thinking now about how old you are and wondering if those are really true numbers. And you're probably thinking, "I'm screwed". "Is it too late for me?"