A: If you had followed your father's suit, you would certainly cool your grandpa's ardor.
B: I can't do that. I can't see eye to eye with my father's ideology.
A: It's great you haven't cooled your grandpa's ardor to keep on the family's tradition.
B: And I am not be cut out for writing. I can't tear myself away from it. It's a lot of fun.
cool someone's heart
Cool someone's heart的意思是：使某人的心凉了半截，伤某人的心。
e.g. If the news should come to the old man's ears, it would cool his heart.
e.g. If your Miss Bertram doesn't like to cool her heart, let her not hear about what is about Henry.
1. follow one's suit：照别人的方式去做，跟着做，学样
e.g. You take the lead and we'll follow suit.
e.g. He went to bed and she followed suit after a few minutes.
2. see eye to eye with：和......意见相同
e.g. Though we don't quite see eye to eye with each other on this, our thinking is very close.
e.g. He may not see eye to eye with me, but he's no call to insult me in that way.
3. keep on：继续
e.g. You and I keep on attending to trifles instead of what's important.
e.g. I'm glad you began at once, and hope you will keep on.
4. be cut out for ：适合于......，与......相配
e.g. Peter and Susan seem to be cut out for each other.
e.g. Sally and Michael seem to be cut out for each other.
e.g. I wasn't cut out for living in Florida. It was too hot.
e.g. I'm really cut out for this work.
e.g. John is squeamish, so he's not cut out for being a doctor.
5. tear oneself away from：舍得离开
e.g. I found it hard to tear myself away from my new friends.
e.g. The villagers could hardly tear themselves away from the departing Red Army men.
e.g. She could not tear herself away from the book.
e.g. He could not tear himself away from the scene.