On our way, you meet a shower; You dislike to get wet, so you hurry along the streets running under the eaves. Still, you get wet all the same. As long as you accept that you will get wet, you won’t suffer from being wet.
The above passage was written around 1700, a worthy person who served as a Samurai. For Samurai means “to serve.” The lesson of heavy rain is to teach how to step out of one's fears, stereotypes, dislikes. For they will hold you back your entire lifetime, can grow into phobias. Release your fears, walk, though, never give up on your dreams.