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我们需要用去拥抱生命里的每一分种,用我们所有的感官去感受生活——在花园的芬芳中,在6岁孩童的蜡笔画中,在美丽迷人的虹中去寻找快乐,正是这种对生活的热爱,使得我们神采飞扬、步履矫健,并让我们的灵魂永远年轻Years ago, when I started looking my first job, wise advisers urged, "Barbara, be enthusiastic! Enthusiasm will take you further than any amount of experience." How right they were. Enthusiastic people can turn a boring drive into an adventure, extra work into opporty and strangers into friends. "Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm," wrote Ralph Waldo Emerson. It is the paste that helps you hang in there when the going gets tough. It is the inner voice that whispers, "I can do it!" when others shout, "No, you can't." It took years and years the early work of Barbara McClintock, a geneticist who won the 1983 Nobel Prize in medicine, to be generally accepted. Yet she didn't let up on her experiments. Work was such a deep pleasure her that she never thought of stopping. We are all born with wide-eyed, enthusiastic wonder as anyone knows who has ever seen an infant's delight at the jingle of keys or the scurrying of a beetle. It is this childlike wonder that gives enthusiastic people such a youthful air, whatever their age. At 90, cellist Pablo Casals would start his day by playing Bach. As the music flowed through his fingers, his stooped shoulders would straighten and joy would reappear in his eyes. Music, Casals, was an elixir that made life a never ending adventure. As author and poet Samuel Ullman once wrote, "Years wrinkle the skin, but to give up enthusiasm wrinkles the soul." How do you rediscover the enthusiasm of your childhood? The answer, I believe, lies in the word itself. "Enthusiasm" comes from the Greek and means "God within." And what is God within is but an abiding sense of love -- proper love of self (self-acceptance) and, from that, love of others. Enthusiastic people also love what they do, regardless of money or title or power. If we cannot do what we love as a full-time career, we can as a part-time avocation, like the head of state who paints, the nun who runs marathons, the executive who handcrafts furniture. Elizabeth Layton of Wellsville, Kan, was 68 bee she began to draw. This activity ended bouts of depression that had plagued her at least 30 years, and the quality of her work led one critic to say, "I am tempted to call Layton a genius." Elizabeth has rediscovered her enthusiasm. We can't afd to waste tears on "might-have-beens." We need to turn the tears into sweat as we go after "what-can-be." We need to live each moment wholeheartedly, with all our senses -- finding pleasure in the fragrance of a back-yard garden, the crayoned picture of a six-year-old, the enchanting beauty of a rainbow. It is such enthusiastic love of life that puts a sparkle in our eyes, a lilt in our steps and smooths the wrinkles from our souls. 181我终于意识到真正的幸福来自人的精神世界,来自人的心智与灵魂诚然,在这个纷扰喧嚣的时世,想拥有宁静祥和的内心世界并非易事,这需要我们时常反省、冥思,还要自律坦然直面自己实属不易(你得有耐心,能体谅,只要可能,寻求上帝的帮助)而一旦你的精神世界能真正远离暴风骤雨和阴风邪气的侵犯,你必将获得无比丰厚的回报A Reporter Quotes His Sources  It’s rather difficult in these noisy, confusing, nerve-racking days to achieve the peace of mind in which to pause a moment to reflect on what you believe in. There’s so little time and opporty to give it much thought—though it is the thing we live by; and without it, without beliefs, human existence today would hardly be bearable.  My own view of life, like everyone else’s, is conditioned by personal experience. In my own case, there were two experiences, in particular, which helped to shape my beliefs years of life and work under a totalitarian regime, and a glimpse of war.  Living in a totalitarian land taught me to value highly—and fiercely—the very things the dictators denied tolerance, respect others and, above all, the freedom of the human spirit.  A glimpse of war filled me with wonder not only at man’s courage and capacity self-sacrifice, but at his stubborn, marvelous will to preserve, to endure, to prevail—amidst the most incredible savagery and suffering. When you saw people—civilians—who where bombed out, or who, worse, had been hounded in the concentration camps or worked to a frazzle in the slave-labor gangs—when you saw them come out of these ordeals of horror and torture, still intact as human beings, with a will to go on, with a faith still in themselves, in their fellow man, and in God, you realized that man was indestructible. You appreciated, too, that despite the corruption and cruelty of life, man somehow managed to retain great virtues love, honor, courage, self-sacrifice, compassion.  It filled you with a certain pride just to be a member of the human race. It renewed your belief in your fellow men.  Of course, there are many days (in this Age of Anxiety) when a human being feels awfully low and discouraged. I myself find consolation at such moments by two means trying to develop a sense of history, and renewing the quest inner life.  I go back, example, to ing Plutarch. He reminds you that even in the golden days of Greece and Rome, from which so much that is splendid in our own civilization derives, there was a great deal of what we find so loathsome in life today war, strife, corruption, treason, double-crossing, intolerance, tyranny, rabble-rousing. Reading history thus gives you perspective. It enables you to see your troubles relatively. You don’t take them so seriously then.  Finally, I find that most true happiness comes from one’s inner life; from the disposition of the mind and soul. Admittedly, a good inner life is difficult to achieve, especially in these trying times. It takes reflection and contemplation. And self-discipline. One must be honest with oneself, and that’s not easy. (You have to have patience and understanding. And, when you can, seek God.)  But the reward of having an inner life, which no outside storm or evil turn of tune can touch, is, it seems to me, a very great one. 96英语句子:英语学习三十二课必修句() -01-7 :: 来源: 1. I hope to get away early in the morning.我希望一早就动身离开. He lives 3 miles away from here.他住在离这里三哩的地方3. He cut away a dead branch.他砍掉一根枯干的树枝. She is expecting another baby.她又要生小孩了5. Don't be such a baby.别那么孩子气6. You'll make your back ache if you carry those heavy buckets.如果你背那些沉重的桶,你的背会痛的7. Three people can sit in the back of this car.这车的后座可坐3个人8. John plays back in the team.约翰在这个队打后卫9. Stand back! You're stepping on my toes.向后站!你踩在我的脚趾头上了. Put the book back on the shelf when you've finished it.书读完后,要放回原处. Their travel plan was cancelled because of the bad weather.因为天气不好,他们的旅行计划取消了. Smoking is bad health.吸烟对身体有害. He lost his travelling bag when he crossed the desert.他在穿越沙漠的时候丢失了他的旅行袋. The b is baking in the oven.烤箱里正在烤面包. The dolphin balanced the ball on its nose.海豚用鼻子顶着球,使其保持平衡. You have to balance the advantages of living in a big city against the disadvantages.你必须权衡住在大城市的利与弊. The girl lost her balance and fell off the balance beam.小女孩失去了平衡,从平衡木上摔了下来18. She rolled the socks into a ball.她把袜子卷成一团19. How did you enjoy the ball?你们在舞会上玩得高兴吗?. A band of robbers held up the train.一群强盗抢劫了火车1. The town stands on the left bank of the river.城镇位于河的左岸. He has a large deposit in the bank.他在有大笔存款3. The organ has two banks of keys.那架风琴有两排键盘. Clouds are banking up.云层正在堆积5. I bank with Bank of Communications.我在交通存款6. There are several bars in the hotel.这家旅馆里有好几个酒吧7. The trees are bare in the winter.冬天的时候,树上的叶子全掉光了,光秃秃的. Just give us the bare facts of the case.你只要向我们提供案件最低限度的事实真相就行9. The dog bared its teeth.露出了牙齿30. The dog barked when the stranger came near.当陌生人走近时,叫了起来31. How many military bases are they maintaining on eign soil?他们在外国保持多少个军事基地?3. Many languages have Latin as their base.许多语言都以拉丁语为基础33. This film is based on a novel by D.H.Lawrence.这部影片是根据D.H.劳伦斯的小说改编的. Several baskets of fruit were eaten at the party.宴会上,大家吃掉了好几篮水果35. He made 8 baskets in the game last night.他在昨晚的比赛中独得了8分36. Do you like playing basketball?你喜欢打篮球吗?37. They died in the Battle of Waterloo.他们战死于滑铁卢战役38. The two fighters battled half an hour.两个拳击手战斗了半小时39. I am a doctor.我是个医生0. You are my best friend.你是我最好的朋友1. She is the one we are looking .她就是我们要找的人. He is at home.他在家里3. He has been there at least twice.他至少去过那儿两次. We enjoy seeing the glorious beams of the rising sun.我们喜欢观赏初升太阳的灿烂光辉5. She beamed at me.她对我微笑6. This document bore his signature.这份文件上有他的签名7. She bears little resemblance to her mother.她不象她母亲8. He was born in May.他是五月份出生的9. I can't bear having a cat in the house.家中养猫我受不了50. The lion is called the king of beasts.狮子号称百兽之王51. His father beat the disobedient boy.他的父亲打那个不听话的男孩5. We heard the beat of the drum.我们听到鼓声53. Looking at a beautiful painting always gives one satisfaction.观赏一幅美丽的图画使人心满意足5. We enjoyed the beauty of nature.我们欣赏大自然的美55. She is a beauty.她是一个美人56. They hurried on because it was getting dark.因为天色暗下来了,他们匆匆赶路57. The weather became warmer.天气变暖和了58. This new dress becomes you.这件新衣很合你身59. Can you give me a bed the night?你能给我安置一个床铺过夜吗?60. He always put the interests of others bee his own.他总把他人的利益放在第一位61. I have seen that film bee.那部电影我以前看过6. He will die bee he submits.他宁死不屈63. He lives by begging.他以行乞为生6. The boy begged me not to tell his parents.这个男孩请求我不要告诉他的父母65. I beg your pardon?请您再说一遍,好吗?66. When did you begin learning English?你何时开始学习英语的?67. He is behind the plan.他是幕后策划人68. Don't look behind or you may fall.别向后看,不然你会摔跤的69. Your watch runs behind.你的表慢了70. What is the purpose of our being?我们生存的目的是什么?71. When did the world come into being?世界是什么时候形成的?7. We believe in his ability.我们相信他的才干73. Can you hear the morning bell ringing?你能听到晨钟响吗?7. What party do you belong to?你属于哪一党派?75. That dictionary belongs to me.那本字典是属于我的76. The inmation below was compiled by our correspondent.以下资料是我们的记者收集整理的77. We looked down from the mountain to the valley below.我们从山上俯瞰下面的山谷78. His income is well below the average.他的收入大大低于平均水平79. A belt of trees grew between the two fields.两块田之间有一条树木带80. The police belted up and went out.警察系上皮带,走了出去81. An old man sat on the park bench and fed the pigeon.一位老人坐在公园的长凳上喂鸽子8. The branches bent in the wind.树枝被风吹弯了83. They refused to bend to the hijackers' demands.他们拒绝屈从于劫机者的要求8. The stream takes a sudden bend to the east.小溪突然转向东流85. The ship sank beneath the waves.轮船沉没于波涛下面86. This project is of great benefit to everyone.这项工程对每个人都大有好处87. Are you entitled to unemployment benefit?你有资格领取失业救济金吗?88. I have benefited a lot from extensive ing.广泛的阅读使我受益匪浅89. He has a bent art.他生性爱好艺术90. Tomorrow we'll go to pick berries.明天我们去采浆果91. He lived in a town beside the sea.他住在一个靠海的城镇.9. What is the difference between this and that?这和那之间的区别是什么?93. The level of inflation has gone beyond 8%.通货膨胀率已经超过了8%9. They crossed the mountains and travelled to the valleys beyond.他们越过群山,到了那边的山谷 英语学习 句子 英语 我们The Elements of SuccessI don’t believe that there is any one recipe success. Instead, I believe success is the result of a combination of a lot of different factors - and not all of them are needed success. The more factors you have on your side, the more likely you are to succeed, and positive attitude is just one of those factors. Here are seven additional factors that are also important.Knowledge A strong body of knowledge about the area in which you wish to succeed is often one of the key building blocks of success. You can build this by pushing yourself - and try out the foundational materials and push yourself into challenging areas to build your knowledge.Natural talent Some people are born with a predisposition to succeed in certain areas. Find this out yourself by trying a lot of different activities and seeing what comes easy to you. The things you do with little or no eft that genuinely impress others are likely very near your natural talent, and natural talent combined with a lot of hard work leads to greatness. Clear goals and planning Much like a trip, it’s a lot easier to get where you want to go if you know where you’re going and spend the time to plan the route you’ll take to get there. Think about what your definition of success exactly is, then identify some of the things that need to be done to help you move towards it.Passion An intense, burning desire to dig deep into a particular area is often a sign that you’ll find success there. Much as with your natural talent, the way to find your passion is to touch on a lot of different areas and see what resonates you.Focusconsistent eft Hard work is another key to finding success. You don’t become a champion without practicing every day. If you want to succeed in a certain area, work hard in that area and go beyond what others are doing - deliberate practice is one big key.Luckopporty Luck and opporty also play an important role in success - sometimes things just click due to ces outside your control. You can improve your luck by making as many strong personal contacts as you can and sharing what you have to increase their “luck” and “opporties.”Cooperationsupport Along with luck comes cooperation - the fact that others are working in small ways to help you succeed rather than hinder you. A spouse telling you that you can do this is going to go a lot further than a spouse telling you you’ll never make it. 83“……我虽然不富甲天下,却拥有无数个艳阳天和夏日”----亨利·大卫·梭罗Hour in the Sun John H.Bradley“…I was rich, if not in money, in sunny hours and summer days.”----- Henry David Thoreau.When Thoreau wrote that line, he was thinking of the Walden. Pond he knew as a boy.Woodchoppers and the Iron Horse had not yet greatly damaged the beauty of its setting. A boy could go to the pond and lie on his back against the seat of a boat, lazily drifting from shore to shore while the loons dived and the swallows dipped around him. Thoreau loved to recall such sunny hours and summer days “when idleness was the most attractive and productive business.”I too was a boy in love with a pond, rich in sunny hours and summer days. Sun and summer are still what they always were, but the boy and the pond changed. The boy, who is now a man, no longer find much time idle drifting. The pond has been annexed by a great city. The swamps where herons once hunted are now drained and filled with houses. The bay where water lilies quietly floated is now a harbor motor boats. In short, everything that the boy loved no longer exists----except in the man's memory of it.Some people insist that only today and tomorrow matter. But how much poorer we would be if we really lived by that rule! So much of what we do today is frivolous and futile and soon gotten. So much of what we hope to do tomorrow never happens.The past is the bank in which we store our most valuable possession the memories that give meaning and depth to our lives.Those who truly treasure the past will not bemoan the passing of the good old days, because days enshrined in memory are never lost. Death itself is powerless to still a remembered voice or erase a remembered smile. And one boy who is now a man, there is a pond which neither time nor tide can change, where he can still spend a quite hour in the sun. 1960

英语口语每天说上半小时0() -- ::51 来源: . Obligation1. You’re supposed to do your homework bee 5:00.. I have to finish my homework first.3. You must do it right now.. You ought to have your breakfast first.5. You should do it first.6. Are we required to work out the plan today?7. Is there any need us to get a visa?8. I think it is necessary.9. I don’t really think you want to.. I’m obliged to offer my resignation.Dialogue 1M1: Well, Peter, you have to do better than that next time, won’t you?M: Have I really got to do those exams again, Dad?M1: Of course, you have. You must try harder this time.M: And must I go back to school?M1: No, you needn’t do that. You’d better get a part-time job somewhere and go to evening classes.M: But Dad, I should be working full-time at my age. I’m nearly .M1: You ought to have worked harder then you wouldn’t have failed your exams. You have to take a job and study.M: What else I’ve got to do? Join the army?M1: Who knows! That might come to later.Dialogue W: Do I have to write the invitation cards?M: No, you don’t have to. But I think you ought to.W: Oh, well. If I must, I must.Dialogue 3W: You know, you really ought to get a new pair of jeans. Those are falling to pieces.M: But this is how I like them, Mum. They’re just beginning to look right.W: Well, you’d better get another pair work at least or your sacking on the sport.Dialogue M: How’re you today?W: Pretty good, thanks. And you?M: What’s the main idea in this essay?W: The ed Nations should have more authority.Dialogue 5W: What’re you doing now?M: I’m watching TV.W: You’re supposed to clean your teeth bee you go to bed.M: I will.W: And don’t ever get it.Dialogue 6M: Betty, something is burning. Can you smell it?W: You’re right.M: Look! The iron is still on.W: I should have turned it off. I’ll turn it off now.M: Look at my nice blue shirt, there’s a big hole in it.W: I’m sorry, Jim.M: Never mind, dear.I have some obligations today. I should copy these sentences, add this figures, but I don’t feel like it. Then my mother comes back. She complains she also has some obligations. She ought to tidy the room, dust the furniture, polish the floor and cook meal. My father is no exception either. He’s supposed to wash the car, repair the fence and post these letters. What a busy day! 小时 上半 每天 英语口语

威廉福克纳(1897—196),美国作家,先后创作了十几篇长篇小说和几十篇短篇小说,描述了以美国南方0年来南北战争为中心事件的社会变迁,各种家族的兴衰,各种人物的沉浮他的小说常描写美国的黑暗面,199年获得诺贝尔文学奖本篇是他在接受该奖时所发表的演讲这是一篇脍炙人口的演讲词然而,由于福克纳本人对语言运用的独特性和精深性,所以对初学者来说,这篇美文也许颇有些难度 8

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