Sunday, 14 October 2012

why people cry ?

We have tear ducts to lubricate and protect our eyes from dust and other particles. The ducts are under the upper eyelids and produce a salty liquid—a tear-–-that gets spread throughout the eye after each blink. Animals too have the ability to produce tears, but not necessarily for the same reasons that we humans produce them.
Three types of tears are generated by the human eye. Basal tears protect the eye and keep it moist. Reflex tears flush out the eye when it becomes irritated. And emotional tears flow in response to sadness, distress, or physical pain.
main reason of crying emotion
when some one hurt your emotion you cry then you cry
when you can't express your feeling then you cry
when you feeling guilty then you cry 
there are many reasons of  crying 
some people cry without any reason including me  
crying is a symbol of sadness and happiness
Basal tears are released regularly to keep your eyes lubricated. Reflex tears are those produced when irritants bother our eyes. Emotional tears are produced in the grip of extreme emotions: sadness, anger, and sometimes even laughter. Furthermore, we tend to produce emotional tears when we get injured, and some researchers suggest that the body doesn't really differentiate between emotional and physical pain, even if the mind can.

people in pain cry ,people in love cry ,all linked with emotions.

we can't control crying.

amazing world beauty

We live in a world blessed with sights that are beautiful beyond words. Every human being probably dreams of visiting at least one of those places in their lifetime. Living in modern cities with high-rise buildings, we tend to miss out on what Mother Nature has to offer as well as some of the most incredible man-made structures built throughout the course of history.
Look at the places below, and you will see beauty that fills the eye and warms the heart. It wouldn't be appropriate or humanly possible to just pick a few places from the huge collection of amazing sights around the world and call them the “best.”
Skardu Valley – Pakistan
Skardu Valley is part of the Batista  Baltistan is spread over an area of 26,000 square kilometers – just right below the jagged and glaciated ramparts of the Karakorum. Once part of Laddakh, it was known as Tibet-i-Khurd – Little Tibet. Archaeological exploration has proven that it was encompassed by the Silk Trade Route.
Lake Saiful Muluk is a lake located at the northern end of the Kaghan Valley near Naran. A fairy tale called Saiful Muluk, written by the famous Sufi poet Mani Muhammad Balkhash  is associated with the lake. It is the story of prince of Persia who fell in love with a fairy princess at the lake. The impact of the lake beauty is of such extent that people believe that fairies come down to lake in full moon

Saturday, 6 October 2012

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