One should learn how to cry for the Lord. One should learn this small technique, he should be very eager and actually cry to become engaged in some particular type of service, This is called ‘laulyam’ and such tears are the price for the highest perfection. If one develops this ‘laulyam’, or excessive eagerness for meeting and serving the Lord in a particular way, that is the price to enter into the kingdom of God. — The Nectar of Devotion, Page 83.
Crying is the last word in the progressive path of devotional service. One who can cry for the Lord in love is certainly successful in the line of devotional service.
I have opened a crying school here in Bhubaneswar. Unless we cry for Krishna, we can not get His mercy.
Crying out loudly to Krishna is the only eternal reality in this temporary material world.
Cry for Krishna. Associate with devotees who cry for Krishna, then you will learn how to cry for Krishna.
Chant just like a child. When a child cries, then father-mother may give the child some chocolate, biscuit. If the child is still unhappy, they may give toy. But if still crying, then the mother takes the child to her lap. Then the child is pacified. We have to cry for God like that. From the core of our heart, we have to chant like that. Do we chant like that?