Swim: the energy of rain. Raindrops swim (flow) through the air with the same energy of suspension that fish and animals employ to swim in the sea. Birds and insects use it as well. Commonly, they are said to “fly”, but that is only an analogy between their swimming energy and flies, which swim through the air. The image below shows this rain extended in a bumble bee, that bumbles from flower to flower to drink from it the tiny drop of sweet rain in each blossom, and refresh its power.
Morning Bumblebee Above Okanagan Lake