Eudora was a high living woman who lived in ancient Greece. She was very wealthy and happy.
I shouldn't have been mean to others
Though she was happy with her own life, she treated others poorly if they were not as wealthy.
What a nice breeze today!
Zeus was one day peering upon Greece and saw Eudora tripping a homeless lady. He was enraged by these actions and decided to punish Eudora.
In the dark of the night, he flew down to Earth’s surface on his cloud companion and swept Eudora out of her house and took her to a faraway field. He cursed her to forever be a controlling force, the wind. She was taught a lesson that night, never treat others with no respect no matter their wealth.
The cursing of Eudora left her lonely and without anyone to talk to. Due to her excommunication, she was hoping to find a way to communicate to the mortals out at night. She would use her blowing power to howl in the night. She would bring an ocean breeze to make others happy whilst at the shore.
Forevermore, she was the summer breeze, the vast winds on a stormy night, the howling noise in your ear, she was, the wind.