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2019年10月18日 21:19:45 | 作者:养心爱问 | 来源:新华社
Roll Away the StoneI enjoy life because I am endlessly interested in people and their growth. My interest leads me to widen my knowledge of people, and this in turn compels me to believe in the common goodness of mankind. I believe that the normal human heart is born good. That is, it’s born sensitive and feeling, eager to be approved and to approve, hungry simple happiness and the chance to live. It neither wishes to be killed, nor to kill. If through circumstances, it is overcome by evil, it never becomes entirely evil. There remain in it elements of good, however recessive, which continue to hold the possibility of restoration. I believe in human beings, but my faith is without sentimentality. I know that in environments of uncertainty, fear, and hunger, the human being is dwarfed and shaped without his being aware of it, just as the plant struggling under a stone does not know its own condition. Only when the stone is removed can it spring up freely into the light. But the power to spring up is inherent, and only death puts an end to it. I feel no need any other faith than my faith in human beings. Life Confucius of old, I am absorbed in the wonder of earth, and the life upon it, and I cannot think of heaven and the angels. I have enough this life. If there is no other life, than this one has been enough to make it worth being born, myself a human being. With so profound a faith in the human heart and its power to grow toward the light, I find here reason and cause enough hope and confidence in the future of mankind. The common sense of people will surely prove to them someday that mutual support and cooperation are only sensible the security and happiness of all. Such faith keeps me continually y and purposeful with energy to do what one person can towards shaping the environment in which the human being can grow with freedom. This environment, I believe, is based upon the necessity security and friendship. I take heart in a promising fact that the world contains food supplies sufficient the entire earth population. Our knowledge of medical science is aly sufficient to improve the health of the whole human race. Our resources and education, if administered on a world scale, can lift the intelligence of the race. All that remains is to discover how to administer upon a world scale, the benefits which some of us aly have. In other words, to return to my simile, the stone must be rolled away. This too can be done, as a sufficient number of human beings come to have faith in themselves and in each other. Not all will have such faith at the same moment, but there is a growing number who have the faith. Half a century ago, no one had thought of world food, world health, world education. Many are thinking today of these things. In the midst of possible world war, of wholesale destruction, I find my only question this are there enough people now who believe? Is there time enough left the wise to act? It is a contest between ignorance and death, or wisdom and life. My faith in humanity stands firm. 753如果你容易发火,那你就会为那些惹你发火的人所操纵;如果你容易生气,那么你的行动就受制于惹你恼怒的人;如果他人的看法让你烦恼,那你就是他人思想的囚徒;Welcome to Faith Radio Online-Simply to Relax, I’m Faith. In today’s program, let’s share a few tips being truly free.If you are quick to take offense, then you'll be under the control of those whom you find offensive.If you are easily angered, then your actions will be dictated by those who anger you.If you are obsessed by what other people think, then you will be imprisoned by their thoughts.If you yearn easy answers and quick solutions, you'll fall prey to people who offer nothing but promises.If you find the truth too difficult to bear, you'll be enslaved to those who tell you what you want to hear.When you have the courage to think yourself, the strength to accept what is, the commitment and discipline to make a difference, then you are free.You are truly free to live with purpose, joy and fulfillment.This is Faith at Faith Radio Online-Simply to Relax. Let your life be defined not by your reactions to what others do, say or think, but rather by your own unique vision. Raise your eyes above the pettiness and follow the path of the greatness that is within you. 58June 6 Pied Piper1) Day One summer day in the Middle Ages,a strange man in multicolored)(that is,pied)clothing strode into the German town of Hamelin.Learning that the town was infested3) with rats,the stranger offered to dispose of the rodents) -- a fee.When the burg hers5) gratefully agreed,the stranger whipped out a flute and played a mysterious tune that proved an irresistible rat lure.Rats swarmed out6) of every house in Hamelin and followed the Pied Piper to the banks of the Weser River7).Then they followed him into the swirling8) waters and were drowned. When the burghers refused to pay the piper,he devised a plan of revenge.Once again putting his pipe to his lips,he played yet another air--one that seduced not rodents but children.Parents watched helplessly as the Pied Piper,playing merrily,led all of Hamelin's youngsters out of town,after which they were never seen again. Although opinions vary on the exact d ate of the piper's revenge,the German government holds with June6,8.The town of Hamelin stages Pied Piper plays every Sunday from June to September.Children m the bulk9) of the cast,but as0was the alleged) number who went with the piper on that fateful day in 8,the cast of today' s productions) is ritually limited to0. 9385

学会聆听 ,日后定会成功Many people neglect this most important communication skill. Do you know that we spend an average of our waking day communicating? Of this communication time, 9% is spent writing, % ing, 30% talking and 5% listening.Immediately after hearing something, most of us can recall only 50% of what we hear. Within two to eight weeks, we can recall only 5% or less of the original message. Our mental attitudes reduce our ability to retain what we hear.Some suggestions to being a good listener are mentioned below.First of all, stop talking----you can’t listen while you are talking.Ask questions----when you don’t understand, when you need further clarification, when you want them to like you and when you want to show that you are listening.Don’t interrupt----give them time to say what they have to say.Concentrate on what they are saying---- actively focus your attention on their words, their ideas and their feelings as they relate to the subject.Look at the prospect---- by looking, it gives them confidence that you are, in fact, listening. It helps you to concentrate too.Leave your emotions behind----try to get your own worries and problems. Leave them outside of the meeting room. They will prevent you from listening well.Understand the main points ----concentrate on the main ideas and not the illustrative material.Don’t argue mentally----when you are trying to understand other people, it is a handicap to argue with them mentally as they are speaking. This only sets up a barrier between yourself and the speaker.Use the difference in rate----you can listen faster than you can talk. So use this rate difference to your advantage by staying on the right track, anticipating what they are going to say, thinking back over what they have just said and evaluating the development of their argument. You speak at about 0 words per minutes, but you think at 50 to 500.Learn to listen and you will achieve a great success in your life. 898

他不会看到我停留于此,凝视他的林子雪花纷飞我的小马一定以我为怪,近无房舍,为何停伫Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening---by Robert FrostWhose woods these are I think I know,His house is in the village though.He will not see me stopping here,To watch his woods fill up with snow.My little horse must think it queer,To stop without a farmhouse near,Between the woods and frozen lake,The darkest evening of the year.He gives his harness bells a shake,To ask if there is some mistake.The only other sound's the sweep,Of easy wind and downy flake.The woods are lovely, dark and deep.But I have promises to keep,And miles to go bee I sleep.And miles to go bee I sleep 56

365天交际口语详解(7):抱怨Part3--360°文化洗礼 -- ::8 来源: 用来抱怨邻居的网站俗话说,远亲不如近邻,可有时候邻里之间难免也会有些小矛盾美国的“坏邻居网”(www.rottenneighbor.com)就是供人们抱怨邻居的,当然也可以在上面表扬好邻居? 网站由来布兰特?沃克(Brant Walker)是网站创始人之一当初沃克搬入一套新公寓,发现从邻居家飘来的腐臭味让他难以忍受,于是便萌生了创建这个网站的念头在该网站上,人们可以尽数邻居的坏毛病,发泄自己的不满网站也欢迎网民对这些抱怨献计献策,帮助人们解决问题人们也可以在网站上表扬自己的好邻居? 广受欢迎该网站自创建以来,得到了网民的大力追捧据悉,现在点击率高达每天几十万次网友戴维?亚当斯反映,邻居家的两只整夜在他的卧室窗户下狂吠,使他彻夜难以入眠多次跟邻居协调都没能得到圆满解决最终,亚当斯发现了“坏邻居网”“我想了许多方法都不起作用,于是我想,那就在网上说说我的坏邻居吧”人们对自己邻居的抱怨五花八门有人抱怨邻居对自家宠物随地大小便不管不顾,或是对化粪池疏于照管,甚至还有人抱怨邻居家煮的食物味道实在太难闻,连他们这些做邻居的都难以忍受? 理性面对玛丽?马登是一名网络高级研究员她认为,由于许多人都用匿名的方式评价邻居,这种相对的自由存在着诸多隐患她说,这一点可能会被一些房地产商利用,他们可能会杜撰对邻居的好评,以增加房产的隐性价值哈佛大学教授乔纳森?齐特兰认为,这个网站的名称本身就有不足之处网站不是在帮助邻居往好的方向转变,而只是供抱怨之用 文化 抱怨 口语 详解

My Mother's GiftI grew up in a small town where the elementary school was a ten-minute walk from my house and in an age , not so long ago , when children could go home lunch and find their mothers waiting.At the time, I did not consider this a luxury, although today it certainly would be. I took it granted that mothers were the sandwich-makers, the finger-painting appreciators and the homework monitors. I never questioned that this ambitious, intelligent woman, who had had a career bee I was born and would eventually return to a career, would spend almost every lunch hour throughout my elementary school years just with me.I only knew that when the noon bell rang, I would race breathlessly home. My mother would be standing at the top of the stairs, smiling down at me with a look that suggested I was the only important thing she had on her mind. this, I am ever grateful. Some sounds bring it all back the highpitched squeal of my mother's teakettle, the rumble of the washing machine in the basement and the jangle of my dog's license tags as she bounded down the stairs to greet me. Our time together seemed devoid of the gerrymandered schedules that now pervade my life.One lunchtime when I was in the third grade will stay with me always. I had been picked to be the princess in the school play, and weeks my mother had painstakingly rehearsed my lines with me. But no matter how easily I delivered them at home, as soon as I stepped onstage, every word disappeared from my head. Finally, my teacher took me aside. She explained that she had written a narrator's part to the play, and asked me to switch roles. Her word, kindly delivered, still stung, especially when I saw my part go to another girl.I didn't tell my mother what had happened when I went home lunch that day. But she sensed my unease, and instead of suggesting we practice my lines, she asked If I wanted to walk in the yard.It was a lovely spring day and the rose vine on the trellis was turning green. Under the huge elm trees, we could see yellow dandelions popping through the grass in bunches, as if a painter had touched our landscape with dabs of gold .I watched my mother casually bend down by one of the clumps. "I think I'm going to dig up all these weeds, "she said, yanking a blossom up by its roots. "From now on, we'll have only roses in this garden. ""But I like dandelions, " I protested. "All flowers are beautiful-even dandelions. "My mother looked at me seriously. "Yes, every flower gives pleasure in its own way, doesn't it?" She asked thoughtfully. I nodded, pleased that I had won her over. "And that is true of people too, " she added. "Not everyone can be a princess, but there is no shame in that.Relieved that she had guessed my pain, I started to cry as I told her what had happened. She listened and smiled reassuringly."But you will be a beautiful narrator, " she said , reminding me of how much I loved to stories aloud to her . "The narrator's part is every bit as important as the part of a princess. "Over the next few weeks, with her constant encouragement, I learned to take pride in the role. Lunchtimes were spent ing over my lines and talking abut what I would wear.Backstage the night of the permance, I felt nervous. A few minutes bee the play, my teacher came over to me. "Your mother asked me to give this to you, " she said, handing me a dandelion. Its edges were aly beginning to curl and it flopped lazily from its stem. But just looking at it, knowing my mother was out there and thinking of our lunchtime talk, made me proud .After the play , I took home the flower I had stuffed in the apron of my costume . My mother pressed it between two sheets of paper toweling in a dictionary , laughing as she did it that we were perhaps the only people who would press such a sorry-looking weed . I often look back on our lunchtimes together , bathed in the soft midday light . They were the commas in my childhood , the pauses that told me life is not savored in premeasured increment , but in the sum of daily rituals and small pleasures we casually share with loved ones . Over peanut-butter sandwiches and chocolate-chip cookies , I learned that love , first and emost , means being there the little things . A few months ago , my mother came to visit , I took off a day from work and treated her to lunch. The restaurant bustled with noontime activity as businesspeople made deals and glanced at their watches . In the middle of all this sat my mother , now retired , and I . From her face I could see that she relished the pace of the work world ."Mom , you must have been terribly bored staying at home when I was a child , " I said ."Bored? Housework is boring . But you were never boring . "I didn't believe her , so I pressed . "Surely children are not as stimulating as a career. ""A career is stimulating , " she said . "I'm glad I had one . But a career is like an open balloon. It remains inflated only as long as you keep pumping . A child is a seed . You water it . You care it the best you can . And then it grows all by itself into a beautiful flower . "Just then , looking at her , I could picture us sitting at her kitchen table once again , and I understood why I kept that flaky brown dandelion in our old family dictionary pressed between two crumpled bits of paper towel. 939

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