For fickle ventosus was chosen, but trying to render "being fickle" got me into trouble. I would like to use the "in + abl. gerunde" of sum but for some reason it is not in existence.
I was thinking of of cum (when), but for this kind of usage, cum seems not quite right because the idea is that I'm always a fickle. Another option was to have this by a clause:
Non ventosus sum in eo quod sum ventosus
But it feels, maybe unjustified so, heavy and complex.
In a question on this Forum for the motto "No virtue in being a humankind" Joonas offered the simple ablative of the noun (nulla virtus in humanitate), so that brings up the possibility of
non ventosus in mea ventositate
But I'm not sure it works here as good, as I want to keep the vividness/concreteness of being fickle. Not as a theoretical abstract notion.
So the question: what are the different ways to render "in being x"?