What is the Meaning of: Balance | Concept and Definition of: Balance

Meanings, definitions, concepts of daily use

From latin aequilibrĭum, the term balance means the State of a body when encountered forces are acting compensate themselves and destroy each other.
Furthermore, balance means any situation where a body when it arrives to stand without falling, even though its base of levitation is rather small. For example: "I do not happen to understand how the bottle kept the balance and even has not fallen while she was on a pretty shaky table", "while he walked on the side of the road, Pierre lost his balance and fell into the void.
Two equal weights which offset each other or two body balances are also in balance: "Please take the bags to the other side of the boat in order to distribute the weight and balance", "it'll place stones on the left side of the model to keep things in balance.
In the symbolic sense, balance is harmony between various things, moderation, equanimity, common sense in judgements and delay proceedings. The person acting with balance is able to circulate through all kinds of paths without falling, that is, without losing control and without harm.
«Ago evenings where I go out to fun, but there are others where I prefer to stay home to rest: I need to keep the balance for not to neglect any aspect of my life "is a phrase that could tell a young explaining how he manages to reconcile the diversion with the responsibilities.
"It is that I should never quit my job while I will resign tomorrow at the latest: the ideal would be to find a balance between the two positions" is another example of the use of this concept.

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