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150 Best Rhythm Quotes To Move Your Body And Soul (2023)

1. “You are the pulse that throbs in my veins, you are the antidote that frees me of all pains. You are the rhythm of my heartbeat, without you my life would be incomplete. Good morning.”


2. Fishing in a place is a meditation on the rhythm of a tide, a season, the arc of a year, and the seasons of life.


3. “Jumping from boulder to boulder and never falling, with a heavy pack, is easier than it sounds; you just can’t fall when you get into the rhythm of the dance.” – Jack Kerouac, The Dharma Bums


4. “The repetitive phases of cooking leave plenty of mental space for reflection, and as I chopped and minced and sliced I thought about the rhythms of cooking, one of which involves destroying the order of the things we bring from nature into our kitchens, only to then create from them a new order.” -Michael Pollan


5. “When the storm is over and night falls and the moon is out in all its glory and all you’re left with is the rhythm of the sea, of the waves, you know what God intended for the human race, you know what paradise is.” — Harold Pinter


6. The rhythm to which we move in our lives is always synchronized. We never miss a beat, we keep on walking on our trails holding each other’s hands, without falling!


7. “Mastery is not a function of genius or talent. It is a function of time and intense focus applied to a particular field of knowledge. But there is another element, an X factor that Masters inevitably possess, that seems mystical but that is accessible to us all. Whatever field of activity we are involved in, there is generally an accepted path to the top. It is a path that others have followed, and because we are conformist creatures, most of us opt for this conventional route. But Masters have a strong inner guiding system and a high level of self-awareness. What has suited others in the past does not suit them, and they know that trying to fit into a conventional mold would only lead to a dampening of spirit, the reality they seek eluding them. And so inevitably, these Masters, as they progress on their career paths, make a choice at a key moment in their lives: they decide to forge their own route, one that others will see as unconventional, but that suits their own spirit and rhythms and leads them closer to discovering the hidden truths of their objects of study. This key choice takes self-confidence and self-awareness—the X factor that is necessary for attaining mastery.”


8. “I need the seasons to live to the rhythm of rain and sun.” – Sophie Marceau


9. “No words can express, The depth of her contentment, As she walks along the beach. As the waves lap against the shores, They create the rhythm of her life. Balmy breezes kiss, Her sun-bronzed skin, And she wonders… Could there ever be a greater destiny, Than to be born with a love, For the treasures of the sea? Here, she is home.” – Suzy Toronto


10. “You are the pulse that throbs in my veins, you are the antidote that frees me of all pains. You are the rhythm of my heartbeat, without you my life would be incomplete. Good morning.”


11. “I slow down when hiking. The rhythm of nature is more leisurely. The sun comes up, it moves across the sky, and you begin to synchronize to that rhythm.” – John Mackey


12. “Listen to the rhythm of your own calling, and follow that.” Oprah Winfrey


13. When you have caught the rhythm of Africa, you find out that it is the same in all her music — Karen Blixen


14. Because a big portion of what I do doesn't have a rhythm or predictable cadence to it, I've made it an even bigger priority to create routine where I can. – Sara Blakely


15. “Everything in the universe has a rhythm, everything dances.”


16. ‘You are the melody and rhythm to the songs of my life. I love you, my angel. You are my world.’


17. “One day you will wake up and be so glad you did not settle. You will be so glad you did not give up. You will be so glad you did not sync yourself to someone else’s pace and you chose instead to anchor yourself in the steady rhythm of grace.” — Morgan Harper Nichols


18. “Happy 5th birthday, sweetheart! Dance to the rhythm of your heart and sing happy songs all you want! Embrace your childhood, honey, because this only comes once! Enjoy your birthday!”


19. “To live is to be musical, starting with the blood dancing in your veins. Everything living has a rhythm. Do you feel your music?” ― Michael Jackson


20. “When jarred, unavoidably, by circumstance revert at once to yourself and don’t lose the rhythm more than you can help. You’ll have a better grasp of harmony if you keep going back to it. —MARCUS AURELIUS A”


21. “The pace of today's life, so quick, and so constantly pressured, makes people think only according to how somebody wants them to. A person is never alone; even when he is sent to a sanatorium or rest home for a rest, there is always a definite rhythm and program to follow, everything is decided for you. People are fed, informed, and taught what someone else has decided they need. Huge numbers of people are gathered together, but they are separated by the daily battle for life.


22. “When the children walk to the rhythm, continuing on the line, it reminds us of the motion of the earth around its axis. ”


23. Keep your head up, don’t let the ball knock you off track. Please keep your eyes on the ball and let your head follow it. It’s all about staying focused and maintaining your rhythm; you can do it if you believe


24. You are the pulse that throbs in my veins, you are the antidote that frees me of all pains. You are the rhythm of my heartbeat, without you my life would be incomplete. Good morning gorgeous, I love you.


25. A best friend is someone who knows the rhythm of your heart and is ready to tune his own heart at the same rhythm. Happy friendship dear best friend!


26. “Dance with the waves, move with the sea. Let the rhythm of the water set your soul free.” –Christy Ann Martine


27. “To make the hearing of music an intelligent act and not like the mechanical process, which appears when children read, in loud monotone, books which they cannot understand and of the meaning of which they have no idea, preparatory exercises are required. We get this preparation through various exercises in the audition of various scales for the recognition of key, and in exercises on the interpretation of rhythm. ”


28. “To live is to be musical, starting with the blood dancing in your veins. Everything living has a rhythm. Do you feel your music?” ― Michael Jackson


29. “Keep your language. Love its sounds, its modulation, its rhythm.


30. No words can express, The depth of her contentment, As she walks along the beach. As the waves lap against the shores, They create the rhythm of her life. Balmy breeze kiss, Her sun-bronzed skin, And she wonders… Could there ever be a greater destiny, Than to be born with love, For the treasures of the sea? Here, she is home”


31. “I built my game to have no holes. It doesn’t matter how well you knew my game. It doesn’t matter if we played against each other for years, or were even teammates for a stretch. None of that helped you guard me. Yes, you might have known I preferred to go one way. That didn’t ultimately matter, because I could just as easily go the other way. Yeah, you might have also thought you knew my cadence and rhythm, except—I didn’t have one. I made a point to adjust the pace of my attack to throw defenders off. In essence, the more you thought you knew about my game, the harder it would actually be to guard me.”


32. “Perhaps, after all, romance did not come into one’s life with pomp and blare, like a gay knight riding down; perhaps it crept to one’s side like an old friend through quiet ways; perhaps it revealed itself in seeming prose, until some sudden shaft of illumination flung athwart its pages betrayed the rhythm and the music, perhaps… perhaps… love unfolded naturally out of a beautiful friendship, as a golden-hearted rose slipping from its green sheath.” – Anne of Avonlea


33. “You can die of a broken heart — it’s scientific fact — and my heart has been breaking since that very first day we met. I can feel it now, aching deep behind my rib cage the way it does every time we’re together, beating a desperate rhythm: Love me. Love me. Love me.” — Abby McDonald


34. “Rivers are places that renew our spirit, connect us with our past, and link us directly with the flow and rhythm of the natural world.” – Ted Turner


35. “You can't do traditional work at a modern pace. Traditional work has traditional rhythms. You need calm. You can be busy, but you must remain calm.” – Bill Buford


36. “Learn the unforced rhythms of grace.”


37. “13 things children need more of: unstructured play, nature, hugs, freedom to explore, playtime with parents, laughter, simplicity, belief in their goodness, daily rhythms and rituals, expressed gratitude for who they are, a calm environment, compassion, a shoulder to cry on.”


38. “Music is pleasing not only because of the sound but because of the silence that is in it: without the alternation of sound and silence there would be no rhythm.”


39. You mean the stars to me, you’re my sunshine, you are my rhythm and blues, but I can’t have you even if you know how much I love you.


40. “When anxious, uneasy, and bad thoughts come, I go to the sea, and the sea drowns them out with its great wide sounds, cleanses me with its noise, and imposes a rhythm upon everything in me that is bewildered and confused.” — Rainer Maria Rilke


41. You are the pulse that throbs in my veins; you are the antidote that frees me of all pains. And, you are the rhythm of my heartbeat. Without you, my life would be incomplete. Good morning. - Unknown


42. “I look down at my list of fruits and recite the names under my breath, syncing into the rhythms of nearby batucada drummers. Softly chanting, I close my eyes, and feel a sense of peace. For a moment, I forget everything. I forget my name. I forget why I came here. All I know is abacaxí, açai, ameixa, cupuaçu, graviola, maracujá, taperebá, uva, umbu.”


43. “Jesus doesn’t participate in the rat race. He’s into the slower rhythms of life, like abiding, delighting, and dwelling—all words that require us to trust Him with our place and our pace. Words used to describe us being with Him.”


44. The beat of the Music – You got the soul, and you know how to use it OR Falling in love with the rhythm of the music.


45. “The most exciting rhythms seem unexpected and complex, the most beautiful melodies simple and inevitable.” ― W.H. Auden


46. “I am not someone who does a lot of exercise, so I attempt to maintain some sort of rhythm, and I think the jump rope is the funnest way


47. “Low pitched notes really make me feel like love might be truly possible. High pitched notes make me feel like I could go crazy with pain and sadness. Great rhythms can make me feel like life is freedom.” – Jeremy Sicile-Kira


48. “He’s into the slower rhythms of life, like abiding, delighting, and dwelling—all words that require us to trust Him with our place and our pace.”


49. Find comfort in the rhythm of the sea.” — Charlotte Eriksson


50. “Musical training is a more potent instrument than any other, because rhythm and harmony find their way into the inward places of the soul.”


51. “He gave us taste buds, then filled the world with incredible flavors like chocolate and cinnamon and all the other spices. He gave us eyes to perceive color and then filled the world with a rainbow of shades. He gave us sensitive ears and then filled the world with rhythms and music. Your capacity for enjoyment is evidence of God's love for you. He could have made the world tasteless, colorless, and silent. The Bible says that God "richly provides us with everything for our enjoyment." He didn't have to do it, but he did, because He loves us.”


52. “When the storm is over and night falls and the moon is out in all its glory and all you’re left with is the rhythm of the sea, of the waves, you know what God intended for the human race, you know what paradise is.” – Harold Pinter


53. Dance with the waves, move with the sea, let the rhythm of the water set your soul free.” — Christy Ann Martine


54. “Understand: you are one of a kind. Your character traits are a kind of chemical mix that will never be repeated in history. There are ideas unique to you, a specific rhythm and perspective that are your strengths, not your weaknesses. You must not be afraid of your uniqueness and you must care less and less what people think of you.”


55. The rhythm to which we move in our lives is always synchronized. We never miss a beat, we keep on walking on our trails holding each other’s hands, without falling! Our soul-sister bond is so rich in love and care that it brings nourishment for the heart and fulfillment to the soul!”


56. “Jesus doesn’t participate in the rat race. He’s into the slower rhythms of life, like abiding, delighting, and dwelling — all words that require us to trust Him with our place and our pace.”


57. “Let us reconcile ourselves to the mysterious rhythm of our destinies, such as they must be in this world of space and time.”


58. “I am not someone who does a lot of exercise, so I attempt to maintain some sort of rhythm, and I think the jump rope is the funnest way. It’s easy, you can do it in your room or anywhere.”


59. Let the rhythm take you away with these catchy tunes—perfect for your next road trip or post-work jam.


60. Even though I sing all the baby’s songs with my cracked voice, compose any songs without rhymes and rhythms, you will still laugh and loved them. Thank you for accepting me. Enjoy your 6 months old my love.


61. “When the sun set our rhythms of work and rest, it did so under the control of God; but the clock is under the control of the employer, a far more demanding master.”


62. But one of the attributes of love, like art, is to bring harmony and order out of chaos, to introduce meaning and affect where before there was none, to give rhythmic variations, highs and lows to a landscape that was previously flat.” ― Molly Haskell


63. “Bradley is one of the few basketball players who have ever been appreciatively cheered by a disinterested away-from-home crowd while warming up. This curious event occurred last March, just before Princeton eliminated the Virginia Military Institute, the year's Southern Conference champion, from the NCAA championships. The game was played in Philadelphia and was the last of a tripleheader. The people there were worn out, because most of them were emotionally committed to either Villanova or Temple-two local teams that had just been involved in enervating battles with Providence and Connecticut, respectively, scrambling for a chance at the rest of the country. A group of Princeton players shooting basketballs miscellaneously in preparation for still another game hardly promised to be a high point of the evening, but Bradley, whose routine in the warmup time is a gradual crescendo of activity, is more interesting to watch before a game than most players are in play. In Philadelphia that night, what he did was, for him, anything but unusual. As he does before all games, he began by shooting set shots close to the basket, gradually moving back until he was shooting long sets from 20 feet out, and nearly all of them dropped into the net with an almost mechanical rhythm of accuracy. Then he began a series of expandingly difficult jump shots, and one jumper after another went cleanly through the basket with so few exceptions that the crowd began to murmur. Then he started to perform whirling reverse moves before another cadence of almost steadily accurate jump shots, and the murmur increased. Then he began to sweep hook shots into the air. He moved in a semicircle around the court. First with his right hand, then with his left, he tried seven of these long, graceful shots-the most difficult ones in the orthodoxy of basketball-and ambidextrously made them all. The game had not even begun, but the presumably unimpressible Philadelphians were applauding like an audience at an opera.”


64. Few poets are known for rhythm. Langston Hughes had such fluid movement in his words, it’s fitting we see this excerpt about rain to explore him. Nature brings us beauty, even in the busy buzzing of the city. We just have to open our eyes, and perhaps our mouths, to receive it.


65. “I slow down when hiking. The rhythm of nature is more leisurely. The sun comes up, it moves across the sky, and you begin to synchronize to that rhythm”


66. “I want to be your rhythm.” – Despacito


67. The most exciting rhythms seem unexpected and complex, the most beautiful melodies simple and inevitable.


68. "The most exciting rhythms seem unexpected and complex, the most beautiful melodies simple and inevitable.” — H. Auden


69. “Relationships nourish us in ways nothing else can. It’s the relationships that help unrush us. Relationships can complicate things. But they also have the power to force us into a much simpler rhythm.”


70. “Swimming is about the mind too. To find rhythm in the water is to discover a new way of being in the world, through flow.” – Bonnie Tsui


71. “No words can express the depth of her contentment as she walks along the beach. As the waves lap against the shores, they create the rhythm of her life. Balmy breezes kiss her sun-bronzed skin, and she wanders… Could there ever be a greater destiny than to be born with a love for the treasures of the sea? Here, she is home.” — Suzy Toronto


72. “When the storm is over and night falls and the moon is out in all its glory and all you’re left with is the rhythm of the sea, of the waves, you know what God intended for the human race, you know what paradise is.”


73. “Love bridges two different hearts that beat on the same rhythm.”


74. “Fishing in a place is a meditation on the rhythm of a tide, a season, the arc of a year, and the seasons of life.“ – Carl Safina


75. “There are ideas unique to you, a specific rhythm and perspective that are your strengths, not your weaknesses. You must not be afraid of your uniqueness and you must care less and less what people think of you.”


76. “Because a big portion of what I do doesn’t have a rhythm or predictable cadence to it, I’ve made it an even bigger priority to create routine where I can.” – Sara Blakely.


77. “I slow down when hiking. The rhythm of nature is more leisurely. The sun comes up, it moves across the sky, and you begin to synchronize to that rhythm.” — John Mackey


78. You get into this Zen rhythm; throw the sense of time out the window.”


79. “Nature promotes mutualism. The flower nourishes the bee. The river waters quench the thirst of all living beings, And trees provide a welcoming home to so many birds and animals. There is a rhythm to this togetherness.” – Ram Nath Kovind


80. “He gave us taste buds, then filled the world with incredible flavors like chocolate and cinnamon and all the other spices. He gave us eyes to perceive color and then filled the world with a rainbow of shades. He gave us sensitive ears and then filled the world with rhythms and music. Your capacity for enjoyment is evidence of God's love for you. He could have made the world tasteless, colorless, and silent. The Bible says that God "richly provides us with everything for our enjoyment." He didn't have to do it, but he did, because He loves us.”


81. She used to say that the human heartbeat was the first music that a person heard, and that every child was born knowing the rhythm of her mother’s song.” – Kate Morton, The Clockmaker’s Daughter


82. “Listen to the rhythm of the falling rain.”


83. “Understand: you are one of a kind. Your character traits are a kind of chemical mix that will never be repeated in history. There are ideas unique to you. a specific rhythm and perspective that are your strengths. not your weaknesses. You must not be afraid of your uniqueness.” ― Robert Greene


84. “There is no rushing a river. When you go there, you go at the pace of the water and that pace ties you into a flow that is older than life on this planet. Acceptance of that pace, even for a day, changes us, reminds us of other rhythms beyond the sound of our own heartbeats.” – Jeff Rennicke


85. “love builds up the broken walland straigtens the crooked path.love keeps the stars in the firmament and imposes rhythm on te ocean tideseach of us is created of itand i suspecteach of us was created for it”


86. Those things that disrupt the rhythms of the invisible heart linger. If left alone, some will linger for a lifetime.


87. Cooking and shopping for food brings rhythm and meaning to our lives.


88. Everything in the universe has a rhythm, everything dances


89. Music is pleasing not only because of the sound but because of the silence that is in it: without the alternation of sound and silence there would be no rhythm.


90. Never rush an emotion; everything in life has a rhythm, it is the pauses and silences that speak the truth.”


91. “At bottom, mountains, like all wildernesses, challenge our complacent conviction – so easy to lapse into – that the world has been made for humans by humans. Most of us exist for most of the time in worlds which are humanly arranged, themed and controlled. One forgets that there are environments which do not respond to the flick of a switch or the twist of a dial, and which have their own rhythms and orders of existence. Mountains correct this amnesia. By speaking of greater forces than we can possibly invoke, and by confronting us with greater spans of time than we can possibly envisage, mountains refute our excessive trust in the man-made. They pose profound questions about our durability and the importance of our schemes. They induce, I suppose, a modesty in us.”


92. “When the storm is over and night falls and the moon is out in all its glory and all you’re left with is the rhythm of the sea, of the waves, you know what God intended for the human race, you know what paradise is. ” – Harold Pinter


93. “No words can express, The depth of her contentment, As she walks along the beach. As the waves lap against the shores, They create the rhythm of her life. Balmy breeze kiss, Her sun-bronzed skin, And she wonders… Could there ever be a greater destiny, Than to be born with a love, For the treasures of the sea? Here, she is home” – Suzy Toronto


94. “Dance with the waves, move with the sea. Let the rhythm of the water set your soul free.” — Christy Ann Martine


95. “Happiness is not a matter of intensity but of balance, order, rhythm, and harmony.”


96. “Successful leaders work hard to know themselves. They know their own strengths and weaknesses. They understand their temperament. They know what personal experience serves them well. They know their work habits, their daily, monthly, and seasonal rhythms. They know which kinds of people they work well with and which kinds they have to try harder with to appreciate. They have a sense of where they are going and how they want to get there. As a result, they know what they're capable of doing and their leadership is steady.


97. Dance in the rhythm of life and enjoy all that this world has offered you. Happy Sunday!”


98. If you have feelings about reading, you feel the rhythm of prose or of a poem like music. It awakens something in your soul and then of course you study, read, you grow up and you begin to understand the message and that is the first step towards understanding life. - Author: Maria Kodama


99. “He has also acquired in a natural way many practical skills. His body is attuned to musical rhythms, and he is ready for gymnastic exercises. Music is no longer a simple stimulus to his efforts, but it becomes an inner guide of his movements, which have become obedient to its rhythms. ”


100. “Rivers are places that renew our spirit, connect us with our past, and link us directly with the flow and rhythm of the natural world.”


101. “I need the seasons to live to the rhythm of rain and sun.”


102. “Because a big portion of what I do doesn’t have a rhythm or predictable cadence to it, I've made it an even bigger priority to create routine where I can.” — Sara Blakely, creator of Spanx


103. “I understand the hesitation that some relationships are the very things that drain us. Be smart and honest about the relationships to which you give your time. But we must be careful, if we’ve gotten burned by a few, that we don’t lump all relationships into the hard category. Get smart with whom you spend your time. But do take this time. Yes, all relationships require work. And yes, relationships can complicate things. But they also have the power to force us into a much simpler rhythm. Stop. Listen. Talk. Process. Walk. Notice. Engage. Compliment. Thank. Hold hands. Just be together.”


104. You’re my everything. My very breath and the sweet rhythm of life. I love you so dearly. We share such a beautiful future, and I can’t wait to get started on it.


105. “The rhythm to which we move in our lives is always synchronized. We never miss a beat, we keep on walking on our trails holding each other’s hands, without falling! Our soul-sister bond is so rich in love and care that it brings nourishment for the heart and fulfillment to the soul!”


106. “Everything in the universe has a rhythm, everything dances. ”


107. When anxious, uneasy, and bad thoughts come, I go to the sea, and the sea drowns them out with its great wide sounds, cleanses me with its noise, and imposes a rhythm upon everything in me that is bewildered and confused.” –Rainer Maria Rilke


108. “For every poet knows that the sea herself has never loved, beloved, and she is thick with our tears. Only the desert knows what love is. Only the desert opens herself when the rains come, breathing in our pain, breathing out acacia and tamarisk and flowers. Only the wadi knows what it is to hold its breath. Only the wadi knows what it is to cry for joy, saying, yes, there was death here and will be dead again one day, and between the two are laughter and the rhythmic breathing in of generations.” ― Zeyn Joukhadar


109. “It doesn’t matter if I’m off the beat. It doesn’t matter if I’m snapping to the rhythm. It doesn’t matter if I look like a complete goon when I dance. It is my dance. It is my moment. It is mine. And dance I will. Try and stop me. You’ll probably get kicked in the face.” – Dan Pearce


110. “Yes, you might have known I preferred to go one way. That didn’t ultimately matter, because I could just as easily go the other way. Yeah, you might have also thought you knew my cadence and rhythm, except—I didn’t have one.”


111. “One’s dominating desires can be crystallized into their physical equivalents through definiteness of purpose backed by definiteness of plans with the aid of rhythm and time”


112. “Melancholia is, I believe, a musical problem: a dissonance, a change in rhythm. While on the outside everything happens with the vertiginous rhythm of a cataract, on the inside is the exhausted adagio of drops of water falling from time to tired time. For this reason the outside, seen from the melancholic inside, appears absurd and unreal, and constitutes ‘the farce we all must play’. But for an instant – because of a wild music, or a drug, or the sexual act carried to its climax – the very slow rhythm of the melancholic soul does not only rise to that of the outside world: it overtakes it with an ineffably blissful exorbitance, and the soul then thrills animated by delirious new energies”


113. “Happiness is not a matter of intensity but of balance, order, rhythm and harmony.” ~Thomas Merton


114. “Dance with the waves, move with the sea. Let the rhythm of the water set your soul free.” ― Christy Ann Martine


115. “The rhythm of nature is more leisurely. The sun comes up, it moves across the sky, and you begin to synchronize to that rhythm.” — John Mackey


116. When anxious, uneasy, and bad thoughts come, I go to the sea, and the sea drowns them out with its great wide sounds, cleanses me with its noise, and imposes a rhythm upon everything in me that is bewildered and confused.” –Rainer Maria Rilke


117. You know what rhythms with Friday? Wine. — Jack Davis


118. “The most exciting rhythms seem unexpected and complex, the most beautiful melodies simple and inevitable.”


119. “Every emotion is connected with the breath. If you change the breath, change the rhythm, you can change the emotion.” – Sri Sri Ravi Shankar


120. You are the pulse that throbs in my veins, you are the antidote that frees me of all pains. You are the rhythm of my heartbeat, without you my life would be incomplete. Good morning.


121. "The most exciting rhythms seem unexpected and complex, the most beautiful melodies simple and inevitable.” – H. Auden


122. Dance in the rhythm of life and enjoy all that this world has offered you. Happy Sunday!


123. “Jumping from boulder to boulder and never falling, with a heavy pack, is easier than it sounds; you just can’t fall when you get into the rhythm of the dance.” ― Jack Kerouac, The Dharma Bums


124. “Fishing in a place is a meditation on the rhythm of a tide, a season, the arc of a year, and the seasons of life.” -Carl Safina


125. Hathin stared out across the water and deliberately let her eyes unfocus slightly. It did no good lodging your gaze on the waves as they slid and fractured. The trick was to see nothing and everything, until you started to notice any tear or break in the rhythms of the water. - Author: Frances Hardinge


126. “Figure out the rhythm of life and live in harmony with it.”


127. “There are several kinds of incongruity: – An incongruity between the economic realities of an industry (or of a public-service area); – An incongruity between the reality of an industry (or of a public-service area) and the assumptions about it; – An incongruity between the efforts of an industry (or a public-service area) and the values and expectations of its customers; – An internal incongruity within the rhythm or the logic of a process.”


128. “When work has become a habit, the intellectual level rises rapidly, and organised order causes good conduct to become a habit. Children then work with order, perseverance, and discipline, persistently and naturally; the permanent, calm and vivifying work of the physical organism resembles the respiratory rhythm. ”


129. “Dance with the waves, move with the sea. Let the rhythm of the water set your soul free.” – Christy Ann Martine


130. “When anxious, uneasy and bad thoughts come, I go to the sea, and the sea drowns them out with its great wide sounds, cleanses me with its noise, and imposes a rhythm upon everything in me that is bewildered and confused.” – Rainer Maria Rilke


131. Dance with the waves, move with the sea. Let the rhythm of the water set your soul free.


132. “I love road trips. You get into this Zen rhythm; throw the sense of time out the window.” – Miriam Toews


133. “I slow down when hiking. The rhythm of nature is more leisurely. The sun comes up, it moves across the sky, and you begin to synchronize to that rhythm.” – John Mackey


134. “Music is pleasing not only because of the sound but because of the silence that is in it: without the alternation of sound and silence there would be no rhythm.” – Thomas Merton


135. “Everything in the universe has a rhythm, everything dances.” – Maya Angelou


136. “When you dance to your own rhythm. life taps its toes to your beat.”– Terri Guillemets


137. “As children observe, reflect, record, and share nature’s patterns and rhythms, they are participating in a process that promotes scientific and ecological awareness, problem solving, and creativity.” ~Deb Matthews Hensley


138. “Dance in the rhythm of life and enjoy all that this world has offered you. Happy Sunday!”


139. “Happiness is not a matter of intensity but of balance, order, rhythm and harmony.” ~Thomas Merton


140. “Listen to the rhythm of nature.” – Unknown


141. “Happy 70th birthday, sweetheart! Dance to the rhythm of your heart and sing happy songs all you want! Embrace your childhood, honey, because this only comes once! Enjoy your birthday!”


142. “Groove it till you feel it. Feel the rhythm in your feet and close your eyes and feel your heart beating to the moon music.” — TonzA, Dancin’ on a Moon


143. “Understand: you are one of a kind. Your character traits are a kind of chemical mix that will never be repeated in history. There are ideas unique to you, a specific rhythm and perspective that are your strengths, not your weaknesses. You must not be afraid of your uniqueness and you must care less and less about what people think of you.”


144. “... she had been absorbed in concentration such that her ego had withdrawn itself from reach of any external stimulus. That concentration was accompanied by the rhythmic movement of the hands, evoked by an accurately made, scientifically graduated object. ”


145. “Because during every run, for a few seconds or a few minutes, you have a moment where it feels really good. You forget about the discomfort and you find rhythm, maybe some grace, and a feeling of strength and confidence as you move as well as you’ll ever move doing anything. And that’s one of the best reasons to run.”


146. “So, a lot of people who work rotating shifts and they work at night, their bodies are set to want to be awake during the day and sleep at night. So, there are some people who have a lot of trouble adjusting their rhythms and they have trouble working the night shift, they’re sleepy, they’re drowsy driving home.” – Shelby Harris


147. We are all a tiger with feelings. An elephant who never forgets. We are tiger, panther, monkey. we are all of these things, all of the life rhythms. Ruby Dee


148. Dance with the waves, move with the sea, let the rhythm of the water set your soul free.”


149. To live is to be musical, starting with the blood dancing in your veins. Everything living has a rhythm. Do you feel your music?


150. I love road trips. You get into this Zen rhythm; throw the sense of time out the window.”

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