I’m currently studying English as a second language and am stuck in this phrase. What does it mean?
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Try to take it literally. If you’re at the edge of a cliff, for example, you’d be both really excited about the view and nervous about falling from such a high place.
That’s just it.
Living on the edge means living life with just enough risks – just enough so you can enjoy the view on the cliff, but not too much that you fall.