Here I painted the “junba” (a dance where all people join and sing as we dance to our gods) – our old people’s quobery (corroboree). This junba tells the story that the Wanjina is our rainmaker. We look up to him as he is our knowledge and God. Our old people danced to express to the Wanjina how grateful and proud they were to receive his gifts no matter how little or big. We have to be grateful.