Since my childhood, I’ve accepted that no tw0 snowflakes are alike. Now, in my late years I’d have to apply this rule to hanging raindrops. Up close the drops magnify what’s on the other side, assuring that there are too many variables to say this raindrop is like the other one. The key here is to “notice”. It may not important to dissect the typical suspended raindrop, but it is healthy to appreciate the diversity of nature and accept that there is so much more to life than we see. Photo taken this morning of a lemon tree after a gentle rain.