There is nothing like a hot Summer day washed out by a sudden rain that comes, spills water like a bucket full of water being turned over and then, just like it came, goes and leaves that pleasant freshness in the air (at least for brief hours).
Just like this picture, you look at the open sky and what you see is a mixture of clear blue, clouds and rain. And the edge of the Sun. Fifteen minutes later, it was all gone and the good weather was back.
If you were at my vantage point, you would be an observer that could describe exactly what was about to happen from start to end because you would be away from the scene, from where the events would be happening.
If you were at the farther left, you probably still be able to see the Sun but definitely a good sky; if you were at the farther right, you would be under the rain.
Three friends on the phone, each one positioned at each vertex of this imaginary triangle, would be describing different emotions and scenes, and all of them would be right in their own descriptions.
In life, our “vision” about immaterial subjects like Religion, Politics, way of living and others depend on where we are positioned, whether we can see the whole subject and whether our “glasses” formed by experience and comprehension are clear enough. Therefore, we could be as right (or wrong) as any other person discussing the same subject.
Because nobody has the full comprehension of everything (even myself, at my vantage point, I am not capable of knowing what is happening to the weather on my back), all we could say, when facing something unknown, is that there is more to learn.
And this tells me that a Summer Rain teaches me a Tolerance lesson!
About the above picture: two HDR images were obtained from three exposures of the same scene at 1/320s, 1/1000s and 1/3200s with a Nikon D7000, f/2.8 and ISO 100. The first one was processed for the sky and clouds whereas the second one was processed for the ground. These two images were then blended to form the resulting image.