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Art/Literary - Idioms / Maxims / Sayings
|English term or phrase: Rhythm and feel of life|
may I ask how you would interpret the phrase “rhythm and feel” in the passage below? The authors are giving hints to parents on how to create balance in their children. The Healthy Mind Platter is a set of seven "nutrients" for the mind, e.g. focus time, connecting time, play time…
Thank you for any hint!
When we set the stage for time for each of the seven “nutrients” of the Healthy Mind Platter, not only are we giving the brain opportunities to fire and wire for a wider range of mental activities that our kids are capable of, but we're wiring the ** rhythm and feel ** of a balanced life for them as well. Simply by remaining aware of the Healthy Mind Platter and teaching your kids about it, you can create an appetite for balance and mental well-being each day
|English translation:[see my explanation]|
I can see why you posted this, as it's not easy to understand.
The rhythm means getting used to certain things happening at certain times, so it gives them a sense of structure.
The feel means the sensation or experience: in other words, they know what it feels like to have a balanced life.
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|thank you so much, Phil, for your precious help!|
many sincere thanks also to all other contributors!
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