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有一种美丽,是看不见,摸不着的,它需要我们用心来感受,这种美丽就是善良;有一种气质,是至尊的,高贵的,它需要我们用心来品位,这种气质愿自于善良 一个人的外表可以平凡,但内在的东西却可以使这个人不平凡善良是一种高贵的气质,它可以令你在人群中发出非凡的光芒 在竞争激烈的当今社会,善良同忠厚一样,不知不觉地变成了无用的别名,今天,再提善良,似乎显得有些过时或老土了,特别是现今的青年一代,更是对“善良”这个词熟悉而又陌生 摘自:百度My time in Iraq showed me the truth of my beliefs. I believe in mankind — not gods, not devils, not angels and not spirits. I saw man’s bravery from both soldier and civilian, and I saw horror and destruction from them, too. I saw hate and loathing from all sides, and I saw caring children, rebuilding of hospitals and schools, and feeding the poor. Not by a government but by individuals, by one man helping another man.As a medic, I went to local clinics to inspect conditions and help when I could. I delivered supplies to schools and relief centers, and Iraqis who knew us would bring us tea and cigarettes. Language was the only barrier, but a friendly smile bulldozed that wall.I saw men moved by the death of innocents and was with those same men when they killed those responsible. On June , , insurgents detonated several car bombs around the city of Mosul, killing over one hundred — no cops, no Iraqi national guardsmen, no Americans — all innocent civilians. Cars were covered in blood as if they’d been hit with a paint sprayer. My fought Zarqawi-backed insurgents in a firefight that lasted almost eight hours. Then people moved quickly to help out — Iraqi civilians as well as American troops. But it shouldn’t take a war people to get along.I don’t justify our reasons this war — that’s not a soldier’s luxury — and I don’t justify what the insurgents have done to the Iraqis. But the passion of all sides — Iraqi, American, ally and insurgent — shows that if man can redirect his energies to one of acceptance and not intolerance, we can bring the zealot, the politician, the soldier and the outsider to a place where man is just that man.Many say that I’m cut off from the real world, but I believe they are the ones missing the truth. all the death and destruction reported in the news, there are thousands of stories of kindness and caring that no one ever knows.I believe that by striving a world that accepts its oneness, we can transm wars, intolerance, religious persecution and political extremism into memory and maybe even folklore. 1881。

  • On Sitting down to Read King Lear Once Again golden-tongued Romance with serene lute! Fair plumed Syren! Queen of far away! Leave melodizing on this wintry day, Shut up thine olden pages, and be mute Adieu! once again the fierce dispute, Betwixt damnation and impassion'd clay Must I burn through; once more humbly assay The bitter-sweet of this Shakespearian fruit. Chief Poet! and ye clouds of Albion, Begetters of our deep eternal theme, When through the old oak est I am gone, Let me not wander in a barren dream, But when I am consumed in the fire, Give me new Phoenix wings to fly at my desire. 866。
  • 但我认为与其虔诚地思考而不采取行动,不如有一点宗教信仰并付诸实践How to Refill an Empty Life by Albert J NesbittOne day about fifteen years ago I suddenly came face to face with myself and realized there was something quite empty about my life. My friends and associates perhaps didn’t see it. By the generally accepted standards, I was “successful,” I was head of a prosperous manufacturing concern and led what is usually referred to as an “active” life, both socially and in business. But it didn’t seem to me to be adding up to anything. I was going around in circles. I worked hard, played hard, and pretty soon I discovered I was hitting the highballs harder than I needed. I wasn’t a candidate Alcoholics Anonymous, but to be honest with myself I had to admit I was drinking more than was good me. It may have been out of sheer boredom. I began to wonder what to do. It occurred to me that I might have gotten myself too tightly wrapped up in my job, to the sacrifice of the basic but non-materialistic values of life. It struck me abruptly that I was being quite selfish, that my major interest in people was in what they meant to me, what they represented as business contacts or employees, not what I might mean to them. I remembered that as my mother sent me to Sunday school as a boy, and encouraged me to sing in the church choir, she used to tell me that the value of what she called a good Christian background was in having something to tie to. I put in a little thought recalling the Golden Rule and some of the other first principles of Christianity. I began to get interested in YMCA work. It happened that just at this time we were having some bitter fights with the union at our plant. Then one day it occurred to me What really is their point of view, and why? I began to see a basis their suspicions, their often chip-on-shoulder point of view, and I determined to do something about it. We endeavored to apply—literally apply—Christian principles to our dealing with employees, to practice, example, something of the Golden Rule. The men’s response, once they were convinced we were sincere, was remarkable. The eft has paid its pains, and I don’t mean in dollars. I mean in dividends of human dignity, of a man’s pride in his job and in the company, knowing that he is no longer just a cog but a live personal part of it and that it doesn’t matter whether he belongs to a certain church or whether the pigmentation of his skin is light or dark.But I can speak with most authority on how this change of attitude affected me and my personal outlook on life. Perhaps, again, many of my friends did not notice the difference. But I noticed it. That feeling of emptiness, into which I was pouring cocktails out of boredom, was filling up instead with a purpose to live a full life with an awareness and appreciation of other people. I do not pretend a second that I have suddenly become a paragon. My faults are still legion and I know them. But it seems to me better to have a little religion and practice it than think piously and do nothing about it. I feel better adjusted, more mature than I ever have in my life bee. I have no fear. I say this not boastfully but in all humility. The actual application of Christian principles has changed my life. 93388。
  • Born to WinEach human being is born as something new, something that never existed bee. Each is born with the capacity to win at life. Each person has a unique way of seeing, hearing, touching, tasting and thinking. Each has his or her own unique potentials---capabilities and limitations. Each can be a significant, thinking, aware, and creative being---a productive person, a winner.The word “winner” and “loser” have many meanings. When we refer to a person as a winner, we do not mean one who makes someone else lose. To us, a winner is one who responds authentically by being credible, trustworthy, responsive, and genuine, both as an individual and as a member of a society. Winners do not dedicated their lives to a concept of what they imagine they should be; rather, they are themselves and as such do not use their energy putting on a permance, maintaining pretence and manipulating others. They are aware that there is a difference between being loving and acting loving, between being stupid and acting stupid, between being knowledgeable and acting knowledgeable. Winners do not need to hide behind a mask.Winners are not afraid to do their own thinking and to use their own knowledge. They can separate facts from opinions and don’t pretend to have all the answers. They listen to others, evaluate what they say, but come to their own conclusions. Although winners can admire and respect other people, they are not totally defined, demolished, bound, or awed by them.Winners do not play “helpless”, nor do they play the blaming game. Instead, they assume responsibility their own lives. They don’t give others a false authority over them. Winners are their own bosses and know it. A winner’s timing is right. Winners respond appropriately to the situation. Their responses are related to the message sent and preserve the significance, worth, well-being, and dignity of the people involved. Winners know that everything there is a season and every activity a time.Although winners can freely enjoy themselves, they can also postpone enjoyment, can discipline themselves in the present to enhance their enjoyment in the future. Winners are not afraid to go after what he wants, but they do so in proper ways. Winners do not get their security by controlling others. They do not set themselves up to lose.A winner cares about the world and its peoples. A winner is not isolated from the general problems of society, but is concerned, compassionate, and committed to improving the quality of life. Even in the face of national and international adversity, a winner’s self-image is not one of a powerless individual. A winner works to make the world a better place.生而为赢人皆生而为新,为前所未有之所存在;人皆生而能赢人皆有其特立独行之方式去审视,聆听,触摸,品味及思考,因而都具备独特潜质-能力和局限人皆能举足轻重,思虑明达,洞察秋毫,富有创意,成就功业“成者”与“败者”含义颇多谈及成者我们并非指令他人失意之人对我们而言,成者必为人守信,值得信赖,有求必应,态度诚恳,或为个人,或为社会一员皆能以真诚回应他人成者行事并不拘泥于某种信条,即便是他们认为应为其奉献一生的理念;而是本色行事,所以并不把精力用来表演,保持伪装或操控他人他们明了爱与装家,愚蠢与装傻,学与卖弄之间迥然有别成者无须藏于面具之后成者敢于利用所学,独立思考,区分事实与观点,且并不佯装通晓所有他们倾听,权衡他人意见,但能得出自己的结论尽管他们尊重,敬佩他们,但并不为他们所局限,所推翻,所束缚,也不对他人敬若神灵成者既不佯装“无助”,亦不抱怨他人相反,他们对人生总是独担责任,也不以权威姿态凌驾他人之上他们主宰自己,而且能意识到这点成者善于审时度势,随机应变他们对所接受的信息做出回应,维护当事人的利益,康乐和尊严成者深知成一事要看好时节,行一事要把握时机尽管成者可以自由享乐,但他更知如何推迟享乐,适时自律,以期将来乐趣更盛成者并不忌惮追求所想,但取之有道,也并不靠控制他们而获取安然之感他们总是使自己立于不败成者心忧天下,并不孤立尘世弊病之外,而是置身事内,满腔热情,致力于改善民生即使面对民族,国家之危亡,成者亦非无力回天之个体他总是努力令世界更好 380。
  • 地道流行美语脱口秀 -01-7 19:: 来源: 1.Did you believe in the tooth fairy when you were a kid? 你小时候相不相信牙仙子? 老美有一个信仰, 小孩子换牙时, 父母会告诉他把牙齿用信封装好, 放在枕头下, 早上起来时牙仙子会用钱跟他换牙齿, 这钱当然是父母给的, 用来鼓励小孩子拔牙, 相不相信, tooth fairy 在美国真的是人尽皆知喔! 我在读者文摘上读过一个笑话, 大意是这样的, 有一个小孩去拔牙, 牙医师好奇地问他, How much did you get from the tooth fairy this time? 结果那个小孩子答说, One dollar and a token! (token 就是我们所说的代币, 像是地铁或是游乐场都会发行 token) 这当是父母忙中有错, 误把 token 当成钱了. . So that's what it boils down to. 原来是这样啊! Boil down to 可以当成一句片语来看, 指的就是煮汤时一直煮煮到水乾了, 就可以看到底下的东西是什么. 有点中文中水落石出的味道. 例如你们二人在讨论功课, 讨论讨论, 好不容易终于把这个问题给弄懂了, 这时你就可以松一口气道, So that's what it boils down to. 或者有时候二个人在讨论问题, 讲了半天最后你要下结论了, 你就可以说, So that's what it boils down to ...(后面接你的结论) 有点像是, My point is ... (我的重点是) 这样的用法. 3. Just a spur of the moment. 一时兴起. 例如别人问你, 为什么买这件衣啊, 你说 Just a spur of the moment, 意思就是说, 我是一时兴起, 可能本来没有要买的, 可是刚好看到蛮不错的, 就买了! 还有一句 It's just on a whim 跟 Just a spur of the moment 差不多, 都是说你突然想到什么事就去做了. 好比说有一次我同学突然说他想开车出去兜风, 我问他你为什么要去兜风 他就回答 It's just on a whim. 就是心血来潮, 也没什么别的理由. . I am in seventh heaven. 我快乐的不得了. 这是一句所谓的 cliche, 就是老美都知道, 平常也常用到的一些成语, 不妨把它记下来, 下次很高兴时就可以拿出来用. 第一次听老美用是有一次去乡下人家作客, 他们家的看到我很高兴在那里跳啊跳的, 那个主人就说, Oh, She is in seventh heaven! 又例如你得了一个大奖, 人家问你得奖的感言, 你就可以说, I am so happy. I am in seventh heaven now. 5. He's so anal. 他是个吹毛求疵过度的人. Anal 这个字原指直肠, 所以这算是一句骂人的话. 英文形容吹毛求 是用 picky 这个字, 但 picky 只限于自己, 不会去影响到别人, 而 anal 就不是了, 它是 picky 过度, 到了会影响他人的程度. 如洁癖就是 anal 的一种, 因为他自己太爱乾脆, 却造成别人生活的不便, 这种人就可以用 anal 来形容. 不过这句话好像不是什么好话, 没事不要乱用. 通常老美都是拿这句话来骂教授的.. 6. I will take a rain check. 这次不去, 下次再去. 相不相信, 你这样跟老美讲, 老美一定会觉得你的英文很好! 这个典故出自 Sears 在大拍卖时, 若是该项商品已经售完, 他们就会给你一张rain check, 让你下次再来时可以以同样价钱购买该样商品. 同样的情况也常见于球赛, 若因雨无法比赛, 则他们会给你一张 rain check,把你的票保留到下一场. 所以 rain check 是真有其物, 但也有其它引申出来的意思. 一般在曰常对话中若有人提到 I will take a rain check, 他实际上指的是, "这次不想去, 下次再去" . 记得有一次我问老美, "How do you celebrate your Valentine's Day with your wife?", 他就回答: "I will take a rain check!" 意思就是他这次没什么活动, 以后再说吧! 7. Go check if other people have done that aly so you don't have to reinvent the wheel. 去查查看别人做过没有, 这样你就不会作白功了. 相信每个做研究生的这句话都很熟吧, 你的指导教授说不定也跟你说过这句话呢? 注意后面的 reinvent the wheel 是固定用法, 不能用其他的词来代替. 8. That's a rip-off. I want my money back. 真是坑人, 我要把我的钱要回来. Rip-off 就是说你去买东西买贵了, 有点被骗的感觉. 另外, 这句也可以说成, I am ripped-off. 就是说, 我被坑了. 9. Over my dead body. 你让我死了算了. 这句话用在别人叫你去做一件事, 而你认为绝无可能. 例如, 别人叫你去追某只恐龙, 你说可以说 Over my dead body. 我宁死也不去追她. 同样的, Over my dead body 也就等于 never. . Just in case someone steals it! 以防万一有人偷走它. Just in case 意思为以防万一. 像有人怕自己的脚踏车被偷, 走的时候就把轮子顺便给拆走, 你问他 Why bother? 他就可能回答说 , Just in case someone steals it! 又例如说晴天带把伞出门, 你就可以说 just in case. 预防万一下雨了. 美语 流行 地道 可以。
  • Deciding to LiveI believe I am a climber. Three years ago, a series of medical and personal crises took what was a clinical depression and made it something much darker. I thought of it as falling—as jumping off a bridge on a rainy winter day three seconds in the air bee I hit the water and plunged deep into the icy cold, my heavy coat pulling me deeper. And the surface far overhead—too far away.This is the question that kept me from making the image a real one. What if I changed my mind? Jumping into the water, the air in my lungs would fail me bee I could swim back to the living world. I would know those last seconds that I did want to live after all,but it would be too late. I'm not sure why I started climbing. I walked through the door of the local climbing gym one day on a whim. It was an alien world strong beautiful men and women, towering walls under sodium vapor lights, white dust filling the air. Light instead of dark. Up instead of down.It was in every way the opposite of what was inside me. The second time I climbed, I got to a move where I was sure I would fall. I was 5 feet up on a rope, but I didn't know yet that I could trust it. I heard my voice say out loud, "I have a choice here fear or joy. " What I meant was, climb or don't climb, live or die. In the more than two years since then, I have climbed hundreds of days—inside and out, sometimes tied to a rope, often not. I do pay a price here. My body can be so bruised from hitting walls that people ask me about my home situation.Nine months ago, I broke my leg and ankle. I healed fast, but the risk remains. Next time I might not. Climbing requires a cold-blooded decision to live. If I am inattentive or careless, I will fall. Every time I climb at the gym, or rope up a route outside, or go bouldering—which is climbing without a rope, and often more dangerous—I am taking a risk.And I am committing to staying alive. Now, I believe in climbing, in not jumping. Jumping would have been easy, just step over the bridge railing and let go. Climbing is harder, but worth it. I believe that deciding to live was the right decision. There's no way to describe the terrible darkness of depression in a way that non-depressed people can understand. Now, I'm less focused on the darkness. Instead, I think about the joy I feel in conquering it and the tool I used. I am a climber, and I am alive. 858。
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