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Lewis, and it is when we weep that we are at our most vulnerable.
To reduce the risk of mold or other structural problems caused by trapped moisture, BrickVent ventilates and weeps moisture away.
Have I learned to weep for somebody who has left to one side?
What would have happened, here in Britain, during the last war if whole neighbourhoods had turned out to weep at a Blitz death?
Indeed if it does, which I very much doubt, I will weep for myself, I will weep for Amina and I will weep for Nigeria.
Poet Ann Weems writes, "In the godforsaken, obscene, quicksand of life, there is a deafening alleluia rising from the souls of those who weep and those who weep with those who weep.
This station tells of Jesus saying to the weeping women of Jerusalem: "Daughters of Jerusalem, do not weep for me, but weep for yourselves and your children" (Luke 23: 28).
In John's gospel, it is Mary Magdalene who goes to the tomb, who is willing to simply sit by the grave and weep.
The firemen were amongst thousands who filed into London's Grosvenor Square Gardens yesterday, just across from the American Embassy, to sign the book of condolence and to weep for America.
Proclaim how we the church can now laugh with joy even as we weep knowing that it is on behalf of these, our brothers and sisters, that God raised Jesus from the dead and seated him in the heavenly places.
I sit in the balcony and weep, overcome by the prayer and poetry of these faces from every walk of life, men and women and children of every shape and size and state of disrepair, a microcosm of the entire church itself walking slowly toward the symbol of a gaunt man's murder many years ago--to kiss it, touch it, remember him by it.
And an NOP poll for Bella magazine found eight in ten women admire a man who is not afraid to weep.