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Discussion unit lv The principles of design are used to organize our lives in every aspect of our lives. Unity gives a sense of harmony and wholeness to daily life which bring similar elements together. Variety allows us to be able to have a different routine every day causing us to be able to do different things. Sleep, good nutrition and exercise is needed to keep balance to maintain the mindset and attitude. Emphasis provides a focal point to what is important. Directional force keep us interested in what we have passion for and keep us engaged in doing it. Enjoying the contrast around us help us to enjoy, focus and choose what we desire. We need to continue hearing repetition of similar messages to get back on track in our quest for serenity and happiness. Rhythm connect us mentally and spiritually which is a representation of our collective
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