There's a lot of mysticism surrounding the rain.

March 20th, 2015, 12pm

It was 8°C with few clouds. The breeze was gentle.

It is either a symbol melancholy, nostalgia, sadness but also a prelude to blooming, a way to make a landscape green again and full of life. We were also taught to fear the rain: We may get our hair ruined, our clothes wet, and even catch a cold. But we have also learned to dance under the rain, to take it as it comes and seize the moment. Rain is a great example of how everything can be seen through a wide variety of lenses. You either choose to curse upon it, be grateful about it, hide and run from it or just…enjoy and dance under the rain. We therefore get to choose actively when we put a smile on our face or a frown to cover it. It all comes down to that eternal question: Is the glass half full or half empty?

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Luis Bracamontes

Communication specialist with a deep passion for dramatic arts and a spicy sense of humor. I'm from Mexico and I'm currently living in Denmark. Topics regarding dreams, aspirations and overcoming challenges is what excites me the most. Right now I'm in the process of writing a play about that.

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