nothing is so good for the inside of a man as the outside of a horse
/nˈʌθɪŋ ɪz sˌoʊ ɡˈʊd fɚðɪ ɪnsˈaɪd əvə mˈæn æz ðɪ aʊtsˈaɪd əvə hˈɔːɹs/
used to imply that being in nature and forming connections with animals can have a profound effect on one's sense of inner peace and happiness
a bow long bent grows weak
/ɐ bˈoʊ lˈɑːŋ bˈɛnt ɡɹˈoʊz wˈiːk/
used to imply that prolonged effort or strain can lead to a decrease in strength or effectiveness, as the body and mind may become fatigued or overworked
a change is as good as a rest
/ɐ tʃˈeɪndʒ ɪz æz ɡˈʊd æz ɐ ɹˈɛst/
used to suggest that making a change in one's routine or environment can have a similar refreshing effect as taking a break or rest
a creaking door hangs longest
/ɐ kɹˈiːkɪŋ dˈoːɹ hˈæŋz lˈɑːŋɡəst/
used to imply that people who seem to be in worse health could potentially live longer than those who appear to be healthier
diseases of the soul are more dangerous than those of the body
/dɪzˈiːzᵻz ʌvðə sˈoʊl ɑːɹ mˈoːɹ dˈeɪndʒɚɹəs ðɐn ðoʊz ʌvðə bˈɑːdi/
used to imply that mental and emotional health issues can have a profound impact on one's overall well-being, and can often be more challenging to address than physical health issues
eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince and dinner like a pauper
/ˈiːt bɹˈɛkfəst lˈaɪk ɐ kˈɪŋ lˈʌntʃ lˈaɪk ɐ pɹˈɪns ænd dˈɪnɚ lˈaɪk ɐ pˈɔːpɚ/
used to imply that eating a substantial breakfast can provide the necessary energy to start the day, while consuming a lighter lunch and dinner can aid digestion and promote better sleep
gluttony kills more than the sword
/ɡlˈʌʔn̩i kˈɪlz mˈoːɹ ðɐn ðə sˈoːɹd/
used to imply that indulging in excessive or unhealthy eating habits can be more harmful than physical violence
the head and feet keep warm, the rest will take no harm
/ðə hˈɛd ænd fˈiːt kˈiːp wˈɔːɹm ðə ɹˈɛst wɪl tˈeɪk nˈoʊ hˈɑːɹm/
used to emphasize the importance of focusing on essential needs and taking care of foundational aspects to maintain overall health and well-being
one hour's sleep before midnight is worth two / three after
/wˈʌn ˈaɪʊɹz slˈiːp bɪfˌoːɹ mˈɪdnaɪt ɪz wˈɜːθ tˈuː θɹˈiː ˈæftɚ/
used to imply that quality sleep before midnight is more beneficial than the same amount of sleep after midnight, emphasizing the importance of a regular and restful sleep schedule
one hand for oneself and one (hand) for the ship
/wˈʌn hˈænd fɔːɹ wʌnsˈɛlf ænd wˈʌn hˈænd ɔːɹ fɚðə ʃˈɪp/
used to imply that individuals should prioritize their own needs while also contributing to the overall success of the group
laugh and grow / be fat
/lˈæf ænd ɡɹˈoʊ biː fˈæt/
used to emphasize that laughter is beneficial to one's physical and mental health, and that it can promote a positive outlook on life
laughter is the best medicine
/lˈæftɚɹ ɪz ðə bˈɛst mˈɛdəsən/
used to imply that laughter can boost the immune system, reduce stress and anxiety, improve mood, and promote overall well-being
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