Is it right to say
"Many are to rest, but few are to relax"
to express the meaning:
"There are lots of people who rest but only a few who relax"?
(To clarify, I meant the state of being with the verb, not the state of doing.)
The actual sentence I wrote that led to this question is:
"Many are to sense, but few are to feel."
Does that mean that many people sense 'it', but few actually feel 'it'? Or, more precisely, many people will always sense things, but few will always feel things.
I've heard the expression "Many are called, but few are chosen," which has a similar structure to the same expression in Arabic (and maybe some other languages, too).