This theme of looking for “rainbows” after a downpour, I believe will help remind us that we may have to go through, yet afterwards we can see the "kaleidoscopic of colors".
“Unfortunately it seems at the moment, many storms can be experienced along this path of life. Yet, somehow a rainbow appears in the aftermath, it might not be how I would like to view it because of what I have experienced to see this, but never the less it is brilliant in all its glorious blazing colors.” (SF)
I found this statement that really pinpoints the one message I want to convey to you; “It is not what happens to you, but how you react to it that matters.” (Institute of HeartMath).
We can try to base our beliefs on our life, what we have seen, heard or been instructed in a religious setting. There are times when we may try to understand or even explain to ourselves or others why we are, what we are or have faced. Possibly, in our relationships we have loved ones that have left us. Further, their own trails that they had to experience could make us begin to question; why this happened and where was God in all this.
In this all, we may search for easing of our current position, yet do we see or beyond that believe the promise it represents. (Genesis 9:16) Or are we looking for that “bucket of gold” as spoken of in some folk lore. And we can even toss coins in a fountain or put or trust in God’s word. Each one of these involves some “form of faith”.