This chapter discusses several different cultures and several different expressions of spatial ideas. It defines the space around people by both physically and mentally imposing order upon it. More and more in Euro-American culture, as exemplified by the enlarging and changing cityscape in addition to interior design, that order is made up of lines, rectangles, planes, and rectangular solids. Western cosmological ideas have influenced the course of Western mathematics, but mathematics, in turn, reinforced those ideas through art, architecture, measuring and mapping schemes, ways of seeing and describing, and even people aesthetic sense. In Western culture at the end of the seventeenth century, primarily associated with Isaac Newton, the three spatial dimensions were augmented by a fourth dimension, namely time. Extending the idea of wind from something involved with atmospheric conditions to all kinds of large or small air masses in motion, the breath within people is wind as well.