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That's an interesting point you make about the rain. I forgot about the Foster reading saying that rain was always a symbol for something. It's funny how different we both view the rain though. In general, I see the rain as a symbolism for something bad, in the sense that they sky is grey, it's cold outside, and there is not much you can do about it. On rainy days, I am usually cooped up in the house all day wishing I could go outside and do something. (I always think of the "Cat in the Hat" when the children are bored with the rainy day the Cat comes and stirs up all sorts of trouble.) That doesn't mean I disagree with you entirely. I can see where you might be positive about it. I mean in the end of the "Lion King" the rain brings new life after a huge fire.

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