|In the world, there are those who desire rain,||sekai niwa ame o hoshii to omotatote||せかいにわ あめをほしいと をもたとて|
|but perhaps no one knows its origin.||kono moto naru otare mo shiromai||このもとなるを たれもしろまい|
Alternate English translations
There are people in the world who want rain. But perhaps there is no one who knows the origin of it.
There are those people in this world who wish for rain, but there is no one who really knows its origin.
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Translator(s): Roy Forbes
12:155 Though the world at large may desire for rain to fall during a drought, there is no one who knows why the rain falls or anything about its root, which is My protection, the protection of Oyagami.
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