Wind is a funny thing. It can’t be seen, but is felt all around us. It can be destructive as in a typhoon, or it can be comforting as a cooling breeze on a hot day, or it can change our landscapes, shifting the sands so that when we stand and view atop a dune there’s always a new point of view, because the dune is constantly moving in height, place, and time. So it is with the Spirit, which is described as God in the first passages of Genesis. God is Spirit, the “ruach”, the wind of, in, and through our lives.