Here Comes The Rain Again


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24 thoughts on “Here Comes The Rain Again

  1. njfilly says:

    Dear Mr. HG Tudor,

    This was beautiful. Powerful and moving. Stirring both thought and emotion in me.

    I consider your comment about how the rain is a catharsis for you and I use my imagination.

    I imagine your catharsis of the rain as a transcendent manifestation of your anguish. The rain representing your sorrow, the thunder representing your fury, and the lighting representing your vengeance.

    Then I imagine the catharsis from the rain of the heavens and the earth as the divine expression of the indignation of the Gods to mankind for their mistreatment of you. The lighting representing their chastisement. The thunder representing the collective repentance of humanity rising into the clouds. The rain representing absolution and redemption sent to the earth.

    Thank you for inspiring me.

  2. NarcAngel says:

    I love your writing, and getting to hear you speak the words is an extra sensory delight. Not to mention that I can pack more HG in while attending to mundane chores. Well done.

    1. HG Tudor says:

      Thanks NA. You’ve missed a bit when you’ve been doing some ahem polishing

  3. Dearest HG: Thanks for placing the audio on Libsyn as well as Spotify. So I can listen right here on Narcsite via Libsyn. And, on youtube, I do Loop some of your audios at times to repeat ideas that you discuss when I need a lot of repetition of a certain message. I enjoy your pacing so much. Everything is so rushed in NYC, that it is quite a pleasure for me to enjoy how you pace yourself with variety when you speaks in all of your mediums. Your pacing was able to get through to my racing and despondent mind, when I first discovered HG Tudor on audio on youtube. And I marvel that you can control the pacing during your interviews. You are a time master. HG, please discuss how you work with time, maybe in your book : the World of the Narcississt. I perceive that you look at time and work within time in a different manner. I do not gravitate too much towards modern art for personal pleasure, but I do admire and I do feel uplifted and stimulated by the Surreal melting timepieces paintings of Salvador Dali.

  4. PrincessSuperEmpath says:

    Dearest HG. I thought of you when I read this article: 7 Reasons Why People Who Enjoy The Rain Are Happier In Life ~~by Charlene Ignites of LifeHacker:
    Are you someone who rejoices when raindrops start to fall from the sky? Does a rainy-day forecast conjure delightful images of curling up in a cozy blanket with a hot beverage and a good book? If so, you are a part of a special tribe of people known as pluviophiles. By definition, pluviophiles are people who love the rain. You are probably used to listening to others whine endlessly about being wet and cold. Meanwhile, you fantasize about those delicious drops and wonder how someone could not appreciate a gloriously gloomy day. If you’re a pluviophile, not only are you joyful when it rains, the chances are that you’re a more pleasant person the rest of the time as well. Here are seven reasons why people who enjoy the rain are happier in life:

    1. They tune into their senses to more fully experience life

    People who love rain bask in their experiences. They can describe the rain in vivid detail, from the mesmerizing pitter-patter sound, to the hypnotic way each drop magnifies and changes the scenery on the on the other side of the window pane. Pluviophiles appreciate the scent of a fresh storm and the delicious feel of water dripping down their skin. They even know the taste of fresh drops as they look upwards with arms outstretched and welcome a cool drink from the clouds.

    2. They live in the moment

    Happiness researcher, Dr. Matt Killingsworth, used a smartphone app called “Track Your Happiness” to have people report their level of happiness during specific activities in real time. What he found out was that there is a direct link between happiness and being completely present in whatever one is doing. What better way to get lost in the moment than playfully splashing through puddles?

    3. They are more confident in themselves

    Let’s face it, if you’re an adult running around like a four-year-old in the rain, you probably don’t care a whole lot about what others think. People who love the rain are actually proud of it. They are the cool ones, and everyone who is inside being miserable is missing out. Even if a pluviophile’s hair gets wet and their makeup runs, they don’t care. They still look good.

    4. They are more resilient during tough times

    Pluviophiles understand very well that it takes a little rain to make the flowers grow. When things get a little rough in life, these are the people who will remind you that “this too shall pass.” In fact, they know that challenges are necessary to seize the best opportunities. You don’t get rainbows unless you also have rain.

    5. They know how to keep things in perspective

    A true rain lover would never dream of freaking out about the weather. It’s a few tiny raindrops, not a zombie apocalypse. Pluviophiles know how to look at the simple realities of life and put them in context. If you ever need someone to talk you off a ledge, go find someone who loves the rain. They will have you in your zen place in no time.

    6. They can see beauty in sadness

    Just as the rain brings a clean scent and new life, rain lovers also appreciate the cleansing renewal of a good cry. One of the pluviophiles favorite ways to spend a rainy day is snuggled up on the couch or in bed while watching a good tearjerker.

    7. They have a keen sense of their own mortality

    Nothing makes a person live life more fully like knowing how fleeting it can be. While they enjoy dancing between raindrops and singing every “rain” song they can think of, rain lovers can also be deeply introspective. A stormy day provides the perfect opportunity to contemplate life. As they look at swiftly moving clouds and wet leaves falling from trees, they think about their own passing days.

    Rain lovers know the true meaning of the expression, “You only live once.”

  5. FYC says:

    HG, I was hoping you would record this, but did not anticipate you doing it so soon. I love this reading and the sound effects as well. Thank you!

  6. Kim e says:

    Always one of my favorites

  7. kel2day says:

    🥰 you made me smile this morning and my heart swell, you added the rain shower and gentle thunder in the background-you amaze me HG. My puppy gravatar sends you a hundred puppy kisses. This is so nice, it’s like we’re there in a dark room, listening to you talk while looking out the window, picturing you and Karen outside, faces upwards in the rain. Thank you.

    I still love the first exchange I had with you on this story. I said you should turn your head so the rain can go inside your ears and cleanse your mind, and you said, Then wouldn’t I just be hearing raindrops keep falling on my head?

  8. MB says:

    I woke up to the YT notification and immediately donned my headphones for listening pleasure. I’m not happy about someone in the comments using your name however. Not cool! Thank you for the new recording HG.

    1. HG Tudor says:

      I have removed that person’s comments, thanks MB.

      1. MB says:

        The nerve of some people! Errrbody want to be HG!

        1. HG Tudor says:

          Most likely one of the Mid Rangers that is desperate for my fuel.

    2. deniseisdone says:

      MB I too heard this today on YT and loved it!

      1. MB says:

        I love the sound of the rain and the thunder. In this instance, it added to this piece. However, I am a voice purist. The voice alone is more than enough.

        1. deniseisdone says:

          MB to me his voice is almost hypnotic – he certainly keeps my attention! I hope all is going well for you…

  9. E&L says:

    Clean, the cleanest I’ve been. DM

  10. Desirée says:

    I got the Youtube notification earlier and jumped right to it. It is in my Favourites now and I really enjoy having that mellifluous voice of yours talking about rain for over five minutes straight. It’s also right on time as always, because it’s supposed to be raining later today (at last!). Hence I will be enjoying it all the more in the afternoon, when I’ll listen to it during my very own rainy stroll by the lake. I am a lucky girl and if wordpress would let me like this post, I would like it twice. You’re the greatest HG and on behalf of all Pluviophiles, thank you for indulging us.

    1. HG Tudor says:

      You are very welcome. Apt gravatar also I see, Desiree.

      1. FoolMe1Time says:

        That was very kind of you to add this to YouTube in such a short amount of time for your readers and listeners HG.

        1. HG Tudor says:

          You are welcome FM1T.

    2. FoolMe1Time says:

      Thank you for asking him to put this on YouTube I have listened to it twice already, like you, I also love the sound of rain.

      1. Desirée says:

        Thank you FM1T! I really appreciate that HG gave us this video so quickly after my inquiry and noticed that he also made it available on Spotify. Downloaded it right away and now I’m twice as happy that I will be able to take it “on the road” with me.

        1. FoolMe1Time says:

          Just be careful listening to HG and driving Desirée! Lol.

        2. MB says:

          Spotify didn’t send me a notification! I’m not happy about this.

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