There is no force slowing the Sun or the moon, so they keep moving. The stars only seem to move because Earth is continually revolving and orbiting the Sun, but they are also revolving, rotating, and expanding away from each other, extremely slowly, relatively.
Breezes are largely caused by differences in pressure and warmth in the air, which are largely caused by the Sun and the varying ocean currents. The ocean currents are largely caused by the Coriolis effect of the spinning Earth, and by the Sun's unequal warming of various parts of the ocean. Until the Sun burns out in 7 or 8 billions years, or more, the breezes will continue.