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If we can recognize that change and uncertainty are basic principles, we can greet the future and the transmation we are undergoing with the understanding that we do not know enough to be pessimistic. 7979。

要无所畏惧而不是听天由命因为你明白,我相信当我满怀诚意,静静等待事情发生时,它们便会发生这并不是一种消极的状态,而是对自己真正处境的了解The Art of Bouncing Back by Joyce GrenfellI think the center of my faith is an absolute certainty of good. Like everyone else, I get low and there are times when I feel as if I have my fins backwards and am swimming upstream in heavy boots. But even in these dark times, even though I feel cut off, perhaps, and alone, I am aware - even if distantly - that I am part of a whole and that the whole is true and real and good.I have never had any difficultly in believing in God. I don't believe in a personal God and I don't quite see how it is possible to believe in a God who knows both good and evil and yet to trust in Him. I believe in God, Good, in One Mind, and I believe we are all subject to and part of this oneness.It's taken me time to understand words like "tolerance" and "understandind." I have given lip service to "tolerance" and to "understanding" years but only now do I think I begin to understand a little what they mean. If we are all one of another, and this, though uncomtably, is probably the case, then sooner or later we have got to come to terms with each other. I believe in the individuality of man, and it is only by individual experience that we can, any of us, make a contribution to understanding.I've always been a bit confused about self and egotism because I instinctively felt both were barriers to understanding. And so in a sense they are.I used to worry a lot about personality and that sort of egotism. I noticed that certain artists - musicians, instance - would allow their personalities to get between the music and the listener. But others, greater and theree humbler, became clear channels through which the music was heard unimpeded. And it occurred to me, not very originally, that the good we know in man is from God so it is a good thing to try to keep oneself as clear as possible from the wrong sort of self. And it's not very easy, particularly if you are on the stage!I am one of those naturally happy people even when they get low soon bounce back. In minor things like housekeeping and keeping in sight of letters to be answered I am a Planny-Annie. That is to say I get through the chores in order to enjoy the space beyond. But I do find that, believing in the operation of good as I do, I cannot make plans - important ones, I mean - but I must prepare the ground and then leave the way free as far as possible. This, of course, means being fearless and isn't fatalistic, because you see I believe that when I am faithful enough to be still and to allow things to happen serenely, they do. And this being still isn't a negative state but an awareness of one's true position.Friends are the most important things in my life - that and the wonder of being necessary to someone. But these things pass and in end one is alone with God. I'm not nearly y that yet, but I do see it with my heart's eye.I don't understand it entirely, but I believe there is only now and our job is to recognize and rejoice in this now. Now... Not, of course, the man-measured now of Monday, Friday, or whenever, but the now of certain truth. That doesn't change. Surely everything has been done - is done. Our little problem is to reveal and enjoy.。

A light drizzle was falling as my sister Jill and I ran out of the Methodist Church, eager to get home and play with the presents that Santa had left us and our baby sister, Sharon. Across the street from the church was a Pan American gas station where the Greyhound bus stopped. It was closed Christmas, but I noticed a family standing outside the locked door, huddled under the narrow overhang in an attempt to keep dry. I wondered briefly why they were there but then got about them as I raced to keep up with Jill.   Once we got home, there was barely time to enjoy our presents. We had to go off to our grandparents’ house our annual Christmas dinner. As we drove down the highway through town, I noticed that the family was still there, standing outside the closed gas station.   My father was driving very slowly down the highway. The closer we got to the turnoff my grandparents’ house, the slower the car went. Suddenly, my father U-turned in the middle of the road and said, “I can’t stand it!”   “What?” asked my mother.   “It's those people back there at the Pan Am, standing in the rain. They've got children. It's Christmas. I can’t stand it.”   When my father pulled into the service station, I saw that there were five of them the parents and three children — two girls and a small boy.   My father rolled down his window. “Merry Christmas,” he said. “Howdy,” the man replied. He was very tall and had to stoop slightly to peer into the car.   Jill, Sharon, and I stared at the children, and they stared back at us.   “You waiting on the bus?” my father asked.   The man said that they were. They were going to Birmingham, where he had a brother and prospects of a job.   “Well, that bus isn’t going to come along several hours, and you’re getting wet standing here. Winborn’s just a couple miles up the road. They’ve got a shed with a cover there, and some benches,” my father said. “Why don't y’all get in the car and I’ll run you up there.”   The man thought about it a moment, and then he beckoned to his family. They climbed into the car. They had no luggage, only the clothes they were wearing.   Once they settled in, my father looked back over his shoulder and asked the children if Santa had found them yet. Three glum faces mutely gave him his answer.   “Well, I didn’t think so,” my father said, winking at my mother, “because when I saw Santa this morning, he told me that he was having trouble finding all, and he asked me if he could leave your toys at my house. We'll just go get them bee I take you to the bus stop.”   All at once, the three children's faces lit up, and they began to bounce around in the back seat, laughing and chattering.   When we got out of the car at our house, the three children ran through the front door and straight to the toys that were sp out under our Christmas tree. One of the girls spied Jill’s doll and immediately hugged it to her breast. I remember that the little boy grabbed Sharon’s ball. And the other girl picked up something of mine. All this happened a long time ago, but the memory of it remains clear. That was the Christmas when my sisters and I learned the joy of making others happy.   My mother noticed that the middle child was wearing a short-sleeved dress, so she gave the girl Jill’s only sweater to wear.   My father invited them to join us at our grandparents’ Christmas dinner, but the parents refused. Even when we all tried to talk them into coming, they were firm in their decision.   Back in the car, on the way to Winborn, my father asked the man if he had money bus fare.   His brother had sent tickets, the man said. My father reached into his pocket and pulled out two dollars, which was all he had left until his next payday. He pressed the money into the man’s hand. The man tried to give it back, but my father insisted. “It’ll be late when you get to Birmingham, and these children will be hungry bee then. Take it. I’ve been broke bee, and I know what it’s like when you can’t feed your family.”   We left them there at the bus stop in Winborn. As we drove away, I watched out the window as long as I could, looking back at the little gihugging her new doll. 7。

倘若所有的星星消失或者消亡, 我应该学会仰望空荡的天空, 同时感受天空一片漆黑的崇高 Looking up at the stars, I know quite well That, all they care, I can go to hell, But on earth indifference is the least We have to d from man or beast. How should we like it were stars to burn, With a passion us we could not return? If equal affection cannot be, Let the more loving one be me. Admirer as I think I am Of stars that do not give a damn, I cannot, now I see them ,say I missed one terribly all day. Were all stars to disappear or die, I should learn to look at an empty sky, And feel its total dark sublime, Though this might take me a little time. 788。

两千多名大学生出席了她的葬礼,对这位了不起的女士表示敬意她以自身范例教育我们:发挥自己的潜能永不为晚记住,衰老是无法抗拒的,而成熟却是可以选择的The Rose The first day of school our professor introduced himself and challenged us to get to know someone we didn’t aly know.I stood up to look around when a gentle hand touched my shoulder.I turned around to find a wrinkled,little old lady beaming up at1) me with a smile that lit up her entire being.She said,“Hi handsome.My name is Rose.I‘ m eighty-seven years old.Can I give you a hug?”I laughed and enthusiastically) responded,“Of course you may.”and she gave me a giant squeeze.“Why are you in college at such a young,innocent age?”I asked.She jokingly replied,“I’m here to meet a rich husband,get married,have a couple of children,and then retire and travel.”“No,seriously?”I asked.I was curious what may have motivated her to be taking on this challenge at her age.“I always dreamed of having a college education and now I‘m getting one.”she told me.After class we walked to the student union building and shared a chocolate milkshake3).We became instant friends.Every day the next three months we would leave class together and talk nonstop.I was always mesmerized listening to this“time machine”as she shared her wisdom and experience with me.Over the course of the year,Rose became a campus icon and she easily made friends wherever she went.She loved to dress up and she reveled) in the attention bestowed5) up her from the other students.She was living it up6) .At the end of the semester we invited Rose to speak at our football banquet.I‘ll never get what she taught us.She was introduced and stepped up to the podium.As she began to deliver her prepared speech,she dropped her three by five cards on the floor.Frustrated and a little embarrassed she leaned into the microphone and simply said,“I’m sorry I‘m so jittery7).I gave up beer Lent and this whisky is killing me.I‘ll never get my speech back in order so let me just t ell you what I know.”As we laughed she cleared her throat and began:“We do not stop playing because we are old;we grow old because we stop playing.There are only four secrets to staying young,being happy,and achieving success.”“You have to laugh and find humor every day.”“You’ve got to have a dream.When you lose your dreams,you die.We have so many people walking around who are dead an d don’t even know it.”“There is a huge difference between growing older and growing up.If you are nineteen years old and lie in bed one full year and don’t do one productive thing,you will turn twenty years old.If I am eighty-seven years old and stay in bed a year and never do anything I will turn eighty-eight.Anybody can grow older.That doesn’ t take any talent or ability.The idea is to grow up by always finding the opporty in change.”“Have no regrets.The elderly usually don’t have regrets what we did,but rather things we did not do.The only people who fear death are those with regrets.”She concluded her speech by courageously singing“The Rose.”She challenged each of us to study the lyrics and live them out in our daily lives.At the year’s end Rose finished the college degree she had begun all those years a go.One week after graduation Rose died peacefully in her sleep.Over two thousand college students attended her funeral in tribute to the wonderful woman who taught by example that it’s never too late to be all you can possibly be.Remember,growing older is mandatory,growing up is optional. □Charlene 81。

杀价九句:九句口语 让你砍价必然 -01-7 19:: 来源: 【杀价九句】 杀价必胜九句 BargainingHaggling 直接杀价: That's unreasonable! I'd take it (0¥.) 这真是卖得太贵了!如果(一百块)我就买 How about (0¥)? 卖(一百块钱)如何? I'd buy this if it were cheaper. 再便宜一点我就买 拐弯抹角地杀: Lower the price, and I'll consider it. 价钱低一点我才会考虑 It's a little overpriced. 这标价有点贵 I like everything about it except the price. 这东西除了价钱之外我都喜欢 尔虞我诈地杀: I've seen this cheaper (in) other places. 我在别家有看过更便宜的 I heard other stores were having great mark-downs on this item. 听说别家的这个东西在大减价 If I buy more than one, will you give me a discount? 多买一点有折扣吗? 必然 口语 this 一点。

To sum up my credo in a sentence The farther away I get from myself, the nearer I get to God. Most of my troubles came when I was obsessed with my own petty concerns and trivial details. I respect the hermit but admire the crusader—his life takes more of courage. I sympathize with the introvert as I would with the sickly, but both are missing a lot of life.As a Catholic, I am touched by Assisi and his animals, but Loyola and his army fascinate me. No man ever got as much out of life as G. K. Chesterton, and he remarked, “Here dies another day during which I have had eyes, ears, hands, and the great world around me. And with tomorrow begins another. Why am I allowed two?”Today’s young people live years in what used to be days. I might be a good example. I’ve been married six years, have two children, a home, and have been recently honored by my college, the Jewish commy, and the Chamber of Commerce. I direct the region of a famous human-relations agency. I’ve had much sickness, been in a war, worked at a newspaper, traveled all over America and half the world, graduated from college, ran my own ad business, worked three years as an executive General Electric, lost two brothers in a family, and spent a year in a tuberculosis sanatorium.Now I could go on in this personal basis, but the point is I’ve just reached the 30 mark. Many of these experiences would be denied in the past age. I’ve found that the beliefs I’ve discovered in the - to 30-year period can be the ground floor of my philosophy, and that these early years can be a fruitful basis a mature life everyone. I remember in particular two young men named Jefferson and Hamilton, whose thoughts are deeply embedded in this country’s philosophy.I like people because they are the key to the great human values love, charity, friendship, sacrifice, and brotherhood. Some of my closest friends are people whom I was at first hesitant to meet. What close calls. I feel sorry those poor souls who must go through life not knowing their neighbors, not participating in groups or being active in causes, and when I meet persons who are not interested in people who are different—and of course, that’s everyone. Then I rededicate myself to this thing called society—a continuous living drama equal to anything Hollywood ever produced. I believe the more people you understand, the more you understand God.I have had in my short life a multitude of illnesses, close calls, disappointments, sufferings, and personal crosses. But I honestly think I could have survived them better, and perhaps avoided some of them altogether, if I’d gotten away from an obsession with myself. This philosophy is not startling its originality nor its maturity. It is not the whole faith I have, in this short space I omitted the necessities of religion, introspection, study, family, and the other fundamentals which are done without the crowd.But my main point is that we do not live alone in this contracting globe unless the belief in belonging to the human race is most important now, with bomb tensions, rabid nationalism, and rampant suspicion. And when I see a hard-bitten lawyer happily planning an outing blind children; when I watch men of great prestige and wealth put their efts into brotherhood; when I observe men and women begin to grow out of their own little tiny shells by going into the world and maturing by knowing other peoples, other greater sorrows, other new shared joys; then I know that this is worth believing in.。

A基础英语对话:餐厅礼仪 -01-7 19::19 来源: Alex : Why are you smiling so much Betty? Betty: Well, the sun is shining, the birds singing and I just got 0% on my English test! Alex : Congratulations! How will you celebrate? Betty: Hmmm. I don't really know. Any suggestions? Alex : How about we all go to a bar and drink Martini? Betty: That sounds very cool and groovy. Alex : OK then. I know a new hang-out that has just opened. Betty: I'm following you! 亚历克斯:贝蒂,为什么这么乐?   贝蒂:阳光明媚,小鸟在歌唱,而我的英语测试得了满分! 亚历克斯:祝贺你!你打算怎么庆祝呀?   贝蒂:哦,我还不知道,有什么建议? 亚历克斯:找个酒吧,喝些马丁尼,怎么样?   贝蒂:听起来很酷呀! 亚历克斯:好,我知道有个地,新开的   贝蒂:你带路--------------------------------------------------------------------------------- NEW WORDS(生词) 1) Chatting: relaxed talking 闲聊:随意地交谈 I love to spend my time chatting with friends while we drink coffee. 喝咖啡时我喜欢和朋友闲聊 ) ICQ: "I Seek You". A small computer program that lets you chat with friends around the world. ICQ:“I Seek You 我找你”的谐音一个可以使你和全世界朋友交谈的小计算机程序 I use ICQ every day to meet new friends and discuss our strategies to win at Zhanshen. 我每天用ICQ来结识新朋友,并和他们讨论赢战神的策略 3) Heaps: slang word meaning a lot 非常的:俚语,意思是很,非常 My boyfriend loves me heaps - he always brings me expensive gifts. 我的男朋友很爱我,他总给我带很贵重的礼物 ) Weirdo: a very unusual or weird person, sometimes weirdos can be unsafe to meet 古怪的人:不平常的或怪异的人有时候,和古怪的人相见不安全 My neighbor is a real weirdo. He always wears strange clothes and talks to himself! 我的邻居是一个真正的怪人,他总穿着奇怪的衣,还和自己说话! 5) Break up: when a couple decide to separate 分手:当一对儿(恋人、情人或夫妇等)决定分开 I cried all night when I broke up with my girlfriend. 当我和我的女朋友分手后,我整夜哭泣 6) Soothe: relax and calm 安慰:放松和镇静 Every week I go a massage to soothe my nerves. 每周我都去做放松神经 Dialogue(对话) Past Tense Dialogue 过去时对话 Andrew: Hi! Colin! How have you been these days? Colin : Really well, thanks Andrew. And you? Andrew: Not so good! My girlfriend and I broke up again. Colin : Again! You guys have broken up so many times and then get back together. Andrew: You're right. I can't seem to control my temper well. Colin : You should listen to more music. Music can soothe the savage beast. Andrew: What type of music is best me? Colin : Let me introduce you to a famous song in English. It's all about girlfriends. Andrew: If I listen carefully, maybe I can learn something? Colin : Maybe you should get your girlfriend to learn the words and sing it to you! 安德鲁:嗨!卡林!你最近好吗?  卡林:很好,谢谢,你怎么样呢? 安德鲁:不怎么样!我的女朋友和我分手了  卡林:又分手了!你们两个分手了很多次后又和好 安德鲁:你说的对我总是不能很好地控制自己的脾气  卡林:你应该多听音乐,音乐甚至可以使凶猛的动物平静 安德鲁:哪种音乐对我比较好呢?  卡林:让我来介绍一首著名的英语歌曲给你吧,是关于女朋友的 安德鲁:如果仔细听,我可能学到一些东西吗?  卡林:可能你应该叫你的女朋友学歌词,然后唱给你听! NEW WORDS(生词) 1) Fantastic: very good, great 很棒:很好,棒极了 Zhanshan is such a fantastic game that I dream about it at night. 战神是一个很棒的游戏,我晚上做梦都梦到它 ) Diet: period of time where you try to eat less food 减肥:你尽量少吃的时期 Supermodels look so thin because they are always on a diet. 超级模特看起来那么瘦,因为他们一直在减肥 3) Figure: the shape of a person 体形:一个人的体态 If I ate better food and lifted weights, I might have a better figure. 如果我吃的好些并练习举重,我可能会有一个更好的体形 ) Dutch: divide the bill by the number of people that eat Everyone pays their share. AA制:把所吃的金额照吃饭的人数均分,每人付自己的那一份 When all of my friends go out a hotpot dinner, we go dutch so that it's fairer. 当我的朋友们去吃火锅时,我们AA制,这样更公平一些 5) Toast: raising your glasses and touching them together bee drinking 祝酒:举起酒杯并碰杯,而后再喝 At my wedding I had to drink so many toasts that I got a little drunk. 在我的婚礼上,我不得不喝好多的祝酒,我都有些醉了 6) Tip: a small amount of money given to a driver or waiter if they give good service 小费:给务好的司机或务生的小份额的钱 The taxi driver who took me to the restaurant was very nice so I gave him a small tip. 带我来饭店的出租车司机很好,我给了他一些小费 Lesson: 课文 Eating in Western restaurants is a little different from eating in a Chinese restaurant. It is important to understand the differences and follow them. When in Rome, do as the Romans do and take the chance to practice your English skills. 在中西餐馆就餐有所不同了解并遵循这些差别是很重要的入乡随俗,同时利用这个机会来练练你的英语吧 When you first arrive at the restaurant, you should wait one of the staff to show you to a table. Sometimes it is OK to find a table yourself but you should ask first. 当刚进入西餐馆时,您应该等侍者带你到餐桌,不过有时候经餐馆同意后,你也可以自己找一张餐桌 In a western restaurant, each person generally orders their own food or dishes and eats what they order. Western people don't put all of the food in the middle of the table and share. 在西餐馆,一般每个人都各点自己的食物,西方人不把食物放到桌子中间大家分享 One of the biggest differences between Chinese restaurants and western restaurants is the noise. Most western restaurants are quiet and people speak in quiet voices. Avoid shouting especially to the staff. If you do this, people may think that you are a rude dude. 中西馆的最大差别是餐馆里的声音大多西餐馆很安静,人们说话也小声避免对侍者大声呼叫,如果你这样做人们会认为你很粗鲁 If you need service, you should try to attract the staff's attention with your eyes not your voice. It's best not to raise your hand and wave at them either. 如果你需要务,你应该用眼睛而不是声音来来引起侍者注意最好也不要举手或向他们招手示意 Both Chinese and Western people love to drink with their food especially wine or beer. The difference is that usually there will only be one or two toasts during the meal. It is not necessary to toast each time you pick up your glass. 中西方人都喜欢在进餐时喝酒,尤其是啤酒或葡萄酒不同的是,(西方人)一般席间只祝酒一次或两次,而不是每次举杯都祝酒 When the bill at the end of the meal comes most people like to divide the bill equally by the number of people eating. This is called 'going dutch'. If the service and food have been good, you should leave a tip. Usually % of the bill is a good tip. 付帐时,进餐者一般将帐单的金额照人数均分,我们称为“AA制”如果务和食物好,你应该留一点小费,一般小费是帐单的% Dialogue(对话) Jason : Where were you last night Jennifer? I called you so many times on your cell phone. Jennifer: I was at the movies and turned off my phone. Jason : I called you to see if you wanted to have dinner. Jennifer: How can you afd that? I know you were planning to buy a car. Jason: Simple. We all went dutch. We went to an American restaurant so that was OK. Jennifer: Wow - I love American food. All the fatty and fried foods are not good my diet though. Jason : Some simple exercise can really make a big difference to your figure, you know. Jennifer: Yeah, I know, but I am too lazy to do exercise! Jason : Lucky that you are not too lazy to do your English exercises. Jennifer: Maybe I can do my English exercise by ordering western foods. Jason : OK next time we go, I will make sure that I call you again. Jennifer: Cool. I'll keep my cell phone on until then! 杰森 :詹尼佛,你昨晚去哪里了?我给你手机打了好几次电话 詹尼佛:我去了电影院,把电话关了 詹杰森:我给你打电话看你有没有时间一起吃晚餐 尼佛 :你付得起吗?我知道你计划买一辆汽车 杰森 :这简单,我们AA制,去一家美国餐馆,就解决了 詹尼佛:哇,我喜欢美国食品虽然那些高脂肪的烹炸食物不利于我减肥 杰森 :你知道吗,做一些简单的锻炼就可以使你的体形改变很多 詹尼佛:是,我知道,但我懒的锻炼 杰森 :还好,你还不至于懒到不练习英语 詹尼佛:也许我在点西餐时可以练习练习我的英语 杰森 :好,下次去(吃西餐)时,我会再给你打电话 詹尼佛:好到时候我开手机 餐厅 礼仪 对话 英语。

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