We can use "being" to describe an action. In your sentences "being" is used to describe current states. The verb "to be" is a stative verb. Typically "be" as a stative verb is not used in the progressive form. It can be used to describe something that is currently ongoing.
Once again, your sentences are describing states, not an ongoing action. An ongoing action would be typically something a living being would do. It wouldn't be something abstract or inanimate objects do such as the weather or a box.
being - can be used to describe an action, but not a state of being.
ongoing action - She is not being very patient today.
Here "being" is used to describe something that is ongoing. It is an action.
This link should be of some help also.
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