What if your blessings come through rain drops, What if Your healing comes through tears, What if a thousand sleepless nights are what it takes to know You're near .... What if my greatest disappointments or the aching of this life, Is the revealing of a greater thirst this world can't satisfy, What if trials of this life, The rain, the storms, the hardest nights, Are your mercies in disguise <3
Let the Rain Come Down - And wash away my tears Let it fill my soul and drown my fears Let it shatter the walls for a new, new sun A new day has come.When darkness closes in, look for the light on the horizon. Though you feel you will be crushed by the weight of a thousand doubts and fears, and the knife of despair hovers above your heart, hope remains, for when the hands of your Maker are holding you, fear will flee from the Light.
Rain on my face, bouncing on my eyes | Is it a gentle, summer rain the kind that warms you through? Or is it icy, winter rain that chills you to the bone | Rain can symbolize danger, power and uncertainy or hope, rebrith and a new beginning.
“Some days later, when the land had been moistened by two or three heavy rains, Okonkwo and his family went to the farm with basket of seed-yams, their hoes, and machetes, and the planting began” (33). Igbo culture is highly dependent on the rain season because it affects farming. The Igbo culture based on agriculture so the rain season can have heavy positive and negative outcomes on the clan.