Sometimes a man feigns to be a devotee. He sheds false tears to make his neighbours think he is a great devotee.
On account of sympathetic action, his neighbours also begin to weep - but there will not be one iota of devotion in their hearts.
Devotion is a very rare gift from God. Weeping itself is not a criterion by which to judge the devotional nature of a man or a woman. Do not mistake the crocodile tears of a hypocrite bhakta (devotee) for the genuine pearl drops of divine love which inspire and elevate bystanders. One may not weep outwardly, and yet he may be a genuine, silent devotee.
Identify yourself with the emotionless state or Brahman, and rest peacefully for ever.
Satvic (peaceful) emotion is quiet. Rajasic (passionate) emotion is terrible. Tamasic (dull) emotion is confused.
Rajasic and tamasic emotions are of a turbid nature, and therefore cannot receive a reflection of the blissful nature of atman. Rajasic and tamasic emotions present a reflection of intelligence, but not of bliss. Satvic emotions present a reflection of both blissfulness and intelligence.
To make your life divine requires an inner change of location, not an outer one.