What always brings tears to your eyes?

Lots of things can bring tears to my eyes and the stress and some unexpected events I have blogged about, have brought tears to my eyes.

But away from life, the one thing that will always bring tears to my eyes, is when it comes to animals; whether they are in the wild, or domestic.

Animal cruelty, is always distressing and triggering for me and will bring tears to my eyes. I can’t bear animal cruelty.

Had I not witnessed animal cruelty at such a young age, by my dad, could I have reacted different?
I guess in some way I would have reacted differently, because had I not witnessed animal cruelty at a young age, it wouldn’t have been triggering. But no doubt I would have still find it very distressing and upsetting, because of my huge love for animals. So it would bring tears to my eyes.

No one deserves an animal, if they are going to be cruel to it.

I’m sure I am not alone in feelings that the people who are cruel to their pets, or other animals, ought to have the equivalent done back to them, for hurting such a defenceless animal.

What brings tears to your eyes?

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13 thoughts on “What always brings tears to your eyes?

  1. I also cannot take animal cruelty and even without you being exposed to it, it will bring tears to your eyes. Lately I cry a lot. It is one of the symptoms of dementia and I am very emotional, but I have now accepted that is the way it goes, without feeling embarrassed about it.

    1. Hi and thank you for sharing your views and experiences.

      Dementia is just a difficult thing, each affecting everyone differently and how you get to manage. Thank you for sharing your own personal experiences on this.

  2. I totally agree. It sounds awful to say it feels worse to me when I think of an animal being hurt more than a human, but it does. They are creatures of the earth that deserve respect and compassion, and most are incredibly vulnerable and at a significant disadvantage. Those that hurt animals are beyond cruel and evil. I don’t think a word has been invented to describe them.

    1. I think it’s hard to think of a word towards people who are cruel to an animal.
      I have read in the past how people find it difficult to find a word to use against a person who has been cruel to any animal.

    1. That’s so true. It shouldn’t be tolerated. It’s horrible to see people being really cruel, or violent to one another.

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