The wind is unseen, yet its force causes the leaves to flutter and the branches to bounce.
The wind is invisible, yet one can feel it, on their skin and in their hair.
The wind is hidden from our eyes, yet our ears can perceive its presence.
The wind can be gentle; a breeze lightly teasing the grass.
The wind can be ferocious; tearing apart buildings and blowing down trees.
We can be like the wind; we can do many things without anyone seeing us. But the results of our actions can be momentous. Good or bad depends on the one who discerns, and the one who acts.