In my childhood days, we would go to swimming holes up at Claudie Top Crossing. While we were swimming, big rain came down and some stayed on to swim while others took cover under the thick rainforest canopies. The raindrops makes a sound similar to our traditional shake-a-leg dances. With each droplet, our ancestors were watching over us to protect us. Thats our life. Fresh raindrops with ancestoral guardians watching over us.