Rain in the desert, very uncommon but there is always a little chance a cloud will form.
That cloud has the tiniest of chances to pee out rain.
A man lost in the bone dry desert clings to life praying that water will come.
The water never does. Is the man unlucky?
In the Amazon rainforest, rain falls
nonstop, flooding most of the area.
A woman lost in the drenched forest, the leaves dripping water as if there were hundreds mini waterfalls.
Soaked and cold, the person hopes for the rain to stop.
Finally the rain stops. Is the woman lucky?
Water dripping leaves could have save the man in the desert but that was not in his control.