Water can be life-giving or life-taking. Water in the form of a tsunami can destroy life within seconds and wave after wave crashing against shore can erode continents. But life does not exist without water. We could not exist without it, we search for it on far away planets, and our oceans are filled with endless life.
Waves are raging, powerful, and formidable, yet beautiful, serene, and calming in a never-ending cycle of rising, arcing, and crashing—the cycle of life itself.
"Nami" (or 波) means "wave" in Japanese.