Pablo Picasso said, “The older you get the stronger the wind gets—and it’s always in your face.” Stephen King mused, “I like to hang out clothes on windy days. Sometimes that’s all I feel like. A sheet on a line.” Charles Schultz, creator of Charlie Brown, reminded us that “Faith is holding on tight when the going gets windy.”
Whether the wind is at your back, helping you get to your next destination in life—or in your face, so that you want to tuck down and hide—the fact is that there will always be wind.
Winds are characterized according to their force, strength and direction: Gusts, squalls, breezes, gales, storms and hurricanes. Wind is a cause of erosion and extraordinary destruction in the event of a wildfire. But wind also aids in the pollination of flowers and planting of seeds, while providing cooling relief on a hot summer day.
When facing a cold front, when life feels like a tornado is stirring up a ruckus on every front, remember it will pass. Weather situations are always temporary. A satisfying, balmy, refreshing breeze will come. This is life.
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