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凡事多不得——音乐欣赏多了,享受多了,零食享用多了,或是与朋友相处久了,人就会变得对生活力不从心,再也无法聆听世间美妙的声音,无法品尝人间百味,无法饱览天下美景,无法经历花前月下,无法留住片片回忆Appetite By Laurie LeeOne of the major pleasures in life is appetite, and one of our major duties should be to preserve it. Appetite is the keenness of living; it is one of the senses that tells you that you are still curious to exist, that you still have an edge on your longings and want to bite into the world and taste its multitudinous flavours and juices.By appetite, of course,I don’t mean just the lust food, but any condition of unsatisfied desire, any burning in the blood that proves you want more than you’ve got, and that you haven’t yet used up your life. Wilde said he felt sorry those who never got their heart’s desire, but sorrier still those who did. Appetite, to me, is that state of wanting, which keeps one’s expectations alive. In wanting a peach, or a whisky, or a particular texture or sound, or to be with a particular friend. in this condition, of course, I know that the object of desire is always at its most flawlessly perfect. Which is why I would carry the preservation of appetite to the extent of deliberate fasting, simply because I think that appetite is too good to lose, too precious to be bludgeoned into insensibility by satiation and over-doing it.Fasting is an act of homage to the majesty of appetite. So I think we should arrange to give up our pleasures regularly — our food, our friends, our lovers — in order to preserve their intensity, and the moment of coming back to them. this is the moment that renews and refreshes both oneself and the thing one loves. Sailors and travellers enjoyed this once, and so did hunters, I suppose. Part of the weariness of modern life may be that we live too much on top of each other, and are entertained and fed too regularly.Too much of anything — too much music, entertainment, happy snacks, or time spent with one’s friends — creates a kind of impotence of living by which one can no longer hear,or taste, or see, or love, or remember. Life is short and precious, and appetite is one of itsguardians, and loss of appetite is a sort of death. So if we are to enjoy this short life we should respect the divinity of appetite, and keep it eager and not too much blunted. 858

许多人类的痛苦都源于人类自身,源于成年人受幼年时错误成长轨迹的影响而情感不成熟这样的人没有能力尽责地工作,尽责地爱,而是变得贪婪自私、焦虑沮丧、满怀敌意、缺乏安全感 Suffering Is Self-Manufactured by Dr. Leon J. Saul I believe the immediate purpose of life is to live - to survive. All known ms of life go through life cycles. The basic plan is birth - maturing - mating - reproducing - death. Thus the immediate purpose of human life is each individual to fulfill his life cycle. This involves proper maturing into the fully developed adult of the specie. The pine tree grows straight unless harmful influences warp it. So does the human being. It is a finding of the greatest significance that the mature man and woman have the nature and characteristics of the good spouse and parent the ability to enjoy responsible working and loving. If the world consisted primarily of mature persons - loving, responsible, productive, toward family, friends and the world - most of our human problems would be resolved. But most people have suffered in childhood from influences which have warped their development. Hence, as adults they have not realized their full and proper nature. They feel something is wrong without knowing what it is. They feel inferior, frustrated, insecure, and anxious. And they react to these inner feelings just as any animal reacts to any hurt or threat by iness to fight or to flee. Flight carries them into alcoholism and other mental disorders. Fight impels them to crime, cruelty, war. This iness to violence, this inhumanity of man to man, is the basic problem of human life - , in the m of war, it now threatens to extinguish us. Without the fight-flight reaction, man would never have survived the cave and the jungle. But now, through social living, man has made himself relatively safe from the elements and wild beasts. He is even learning to protect himself against disease. He can produce adequate food, clothing and shelter the present population of the earth. Barring a possible astronomical accident, he now faces no serious threat to his existence, except one - the fight-flight reaction within himself. This jungle iness to hurt and to kill is now a vestigial hangover like the appendix, which interferes with the new and more powerful means of coping with nature through civilization. Trying to solve every problem by fighting or fleeing is the primitive method, still central the immature child. The later method, understanding and co-operation, requires the mature capacities of the adult. In an infantile world, fighting may be ced upon one. Then it is more effective if handled maturely mature goals. Probably war will cease only when enough people are mature. The basic problem is social adaptation and biologic survival. The basic solution is people to understand the nature of their own biological emotional maturity, to work toward it, to help the children in their development toward it. Human suffering is mostly made by man himself. It is primarily the result of the failure of adults, because of improper child-rearing, to mature emotionally. Hence instead of enjoying their capacities responsible work and love, they are grasping, egocentric, insecure, frustrated, anxious and hostile. Maturity is the path from madness and murder to inner peace and satisfying living each individual and the human specie. This I believe on the evidence of science and through personal observation and experience. 9

在生活中,我们的行为说明了我们的为人我们的行为留下了一道真实的印记,让别人知道我们是谁、会成为怎样的人“空说不值钱”这句话似乎早就过时了,但它的确有道理行为的分量远远超过了语言! I teach economics at UNLV (University of Nevada, Las Vegas) three times per week. Last Monday, at the beginning of class, I cheerfully asked my students how their weekend had been. One young man said that his weekend had not been so good. The young man then proceeded to ask me why I always seemed to be so cheerful. His question reminded me of something I'd somewhere bee "Every morning when you get up, you have a choice about how you want to approach life that day," I said. "I choose to be cheerful." "Let me give you an example," I continued. "In addition to teaching here at UNLV, I also teach out at the commy college in Henderson, miles down the freeway from where I live. One day I drove those miles to Henderson. I exited the freeway and turned onto College Drive. I only had to drive another quarter mile down the road to the college. But just then my car died. So I put my flashers on, grabbed my books, and marched down the road to the college. "As soon as I got there I called AAA and arranged a tow truck to meet me at my car after class. The secretary in the Provost's office asked me what had happened.'This is my lucky day,' I replied, smiling. "'Your car breaks down and today is your lucky day?' She was puzzled.'What do you mean?' 'I live miles from here.' I replied.'My car could have broken down anywhere along the freeway. It didn't. Instead, it broke down in the perfect place off the freeway, within walking distance of here. I'm still able to teach my class, and I've been able to arrange the tow truck to meet me after class. If my car was meant to break down today, it couldn't have been arranged in a more convenient fashion.' The secretary's eyes opened wide, and then she smiled. I smiled back and headed class." So ended my story. I scanned the sixty faces in my economics class at UNLV. Despite the early hour, no one seemed to be asleep. Somehow, my story had touched them. Or maybe it wasn't the story at all. In fact, it had all started with a student's observation that I was cheerful. An Indian wise man once said,"Who you are speaks louder to me than anything you can say." I suppose it must be so. 18789

看美剧学英语:《老友记0句经典口语(1) -01-7 18:6: 来源: 1、I won’t let her go without a fight! 我不会轻易放过她的、It could happen to anyone. It happens to anybody. That happens. 谁都可能会遇到这种情况3、I’m a laundry virgin.我从来没去洗衣房洗过衣(注意virgin的用法,体会老美说话之鲜活)、I hear you. 我知道你要说什么 我懂你的意思了5、Nothing to see here!这里没什么好看的看什么看!6、Hello? Were we at the same table? 有没有搞错?(注意hello的用法,用疑问语气表示“有没有搞错?”)7、You are so sweet that’s so sweet. 你真好8、I think it works me. (work为口语中极其重要的小词)9、Rachel, you are out of my league(等级,范畴). 你跟我不是同一类人、You are so cute. 你真好真可爱、Given your situation, the options with the greatest chances success would be surrogacy. (given表示考虑到的意思;非常简洁好用)、Let’s get the exam rolling. 现在开始考试了( get……rolling的用法)、Why don’t we give this a try?我们为何不试一下呢、Bravo on the hot nanny!为那个性感的保姆喝!赞一下那个性感的保姆!(重点是brave on sthsb这个句型,表示为……喝赞叹的意思)、My way or the highway.不听我的就滚蛋!(很漂亮的习语,压后韵)、I planed to go there but something just came up.我本想去那的,但突然有点事情(注意something just came up这个搭配)、That’s not the point.这不是关键问题所在18、(If) he shows up, we stick with him. 他一出现,我们就跟着他走(着重比较书面英语和标准的口语,表条件的if可以省略)19、My life flashes bee my eyes. 我的过往在我眼前浮现、 I have no idea what you have said 不知道你在说什么(I don’t have the slightest idea……)“我不知道”不要总说I don’t know,太土了,可以说I have no idea或者I don’t have a clue…… 口语 经典 学英语 have

上帝拍拍他的头说: "你的天使会告诉你最美丽甜蜜的话,对你有耐心,悉心照料,教你说话" Once upon a time there was a child y to be born. So one day he asked God, “They tell me you are sending me to earth tomorrow but how am I going to live there being so small and helpless?”God replied, “Among the many angels, I chose one you. She will be waiting you and will take care of you.”But the child wasn't sure he really wanted to go. “But tell me, here in Heaven, I don't do anything else but sing and smile, that's enough me to be happy.”“Your angel will sing you and will also smile you every day. And you will feel your angel's love and be happy.”“And how am I going to be able to understand when people talk to me,” the child continued, “if I don't know the language that men talk?”God patted him on the head and said, “Your angel will tell you the most beautiful and sweet words you will ever hear, and with much patience and care, your angel will teach you how to speak.”“And what am I going to do when I want to talk to you?”But God had an answer that question too. “Your angel will place your hands together and will teach you how to pray.”“I've heard that on earth there are bad men, who will protect me?”“Your angel will defend you even if it means risking her life!”“But I will always be sad because I will not see you anymore,” the child continued warily.God smiled on the young one. “Your angel will always talk to you about me and will teach you the way you to come back to me, even though I will always be next to you.”At that moment there was much peace in Heaven, but voices from earth could aly be heard. The child knew he had to start on his journey very soon. He asked God one more question, softly, “Oh God, if I am about to leave now, please tell me my angel's name.”God touched the child on the shoulder and answered, “Your angel's name is not hard to remember. You will simply call her Mommy.” 59

英语达人必背英语口头禅大全 -- :55:1 来源: 英语达人必背英语口头禅大全想练就一口地道英语口语?知道一些必要的英语口头禅是非常必要的!在此小编整理了一些经常用到的英语口头禅,快来学习喔!1.Still?——仍是这样? .Stingy!——小气鬼!3.Hot!——好辣! .Hurray!Hurrah!——万岁!5.Drat!——讨厌! 6.Exactly!——完全正确! 7.Allow me!——让我来! 8.Baloney!——胡扯!荒谬! 9.Bingo!——中了! .Boring!——真无聊! .Bravo!——太棒了! .Bullshit!——胡说! .Correct!——对的! .Crazy!——疯了! .Damn!——该死的! .Deal!——一言为定! .Definitely!——当然! 18.Disgusting!——好恶心啊! 19.Almost!——差不多了! .Awful!——好可怕啊! 1.Faint!——我倒! .Fantastic!——妙极了! 3.Fifty-fifty!——一半对一半! .Fresh!——好有型!帅极了! 5.Gorgeous!——美极了! 6.Great!——太好了! 7.Hopefully!——希望如此! .Horrible!——好可怕!9.Amazing!——太神奇了! 30.Anytime!——随时吩咐!31.Imagine!——想想看! 3.Impossible!——不可能吧! 33.Impressive!——很感人,永生难忘! .Incredible!——不可思议! 35.Indeed?——真的? 36.Listen!——听着! 37.Lousy!——差劲! 38.Now!——现在就做! 39.Objection!——我抗议! 0.Outrageous!——不得了! 1.Perfect!——很完美! .Please!——拜托了! 3.Probably!——很可能! .Rats!——差劲! 5.Relax!——放轻松! 6.Right!——对的! 7.Satisfied?——满意了吗? 8.So so!——马马虎虎! 9.Absolutely!——毫无疑问! 50.Adorable!——可爱极了! 英语口头禅


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