Human beings are like raindrops. Raindrops come from the sea and they go back to the sea. When a raindrop gets cold it turns into a snowdrop. It has a pattern that is different from all the other snowdrops in the world. So do human beings with their finger prints and eye patterns. When a raindrop falls from the cloud to the sea that's like a human having a life. But it feels slower for raindrops and faster for humans. When raindrops go back into the sea they are not drops anymore. They are the sea because they are made out of it. They all join together and that's what humans do as well. Humans are raindrops!
Some First Nations communities in America, believe that we are like water and it is very powerful. Also, philosophers such as Bernardo Kastrup, explain that human beings are like 'whirlpools' in a sea of consciousness. Its interesting how children seem to have a natural sense about these ideas!