Being in tune with the Earth’s push and pull is essential to those wanting to live a naturally-influenced life. Wind is dictated by the interaction of air with the sky and the sea, making it a global experience. Knowing how to teach baby about the giant world around them and how to find their tranquil place among it all is a lifelong journey. But giving them a baby girl, boy, or gender-neutral name meaning “wind” or “sky” can remind them to continue that curiosity no matter how near or far they are.
Where does wind come from?
Ever wonder why sometimes it’s a blustering day full of trees bending and sometimes it’s a day when you would do anything for a gentle breeze to break up the monotony of heat? Well, wind is a tricky mistress and only submits to the wills of the Earth’s physical rotation and the dispersal of heat from the sun. An easy way to understand wind is that its strength correlates to the contrast in temperature levels. As heat rises, cooler air pushes in to fill the space, creating winds of varying levels of severity.