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当我们处在一个十字路口时,我们似乎可以决定向左走还是向右走,可是一旦做出选择,我们却很难意识到,实际上是世界历史的全部进程强迫我们做出了那样的选择The lives of most men are determined by their enviroment.They accept the circumstances amid which fate has thrown them not only resignation but even with good will.They are like streetcars running contendedly on their rails and they despise the sprightly flitter that dashes in and out of the traffic and speeds so jauntily across the open country .I respct them; they are good citizens,good husbands,and good fathers ,and of course somebody has to pay the taxes; but I do not find them exciting. I am fasinated by the men, few enough in all conscience , who take life in their own hands and seem to mould it in to their own liking. It may be that we have no such thing as free will, but at all events, we have the illusion of it. At a cross-road it does seem to us that we might go either to the right or to the left and ,the choice once made, it is difficult to see that the whole course of the world's history obliged us to take the turning we did. 81。

世界上到处都是有才华的穷人在很多情况下,他们之所以贫穷、生活拮据或者收入与其能力不相符,不是因为他们已知的东西而是因为他们未知的东西他们只将注意力集中在提高和完善做汉堡包的技术上,却不注意提高有关汉堡包的销售和送货技能Don't work moneyThe world is filled with smart, talented, educated and gifted people. We meet them every day. A few days ago, my car was not running well. I pulled it into a garage, and the young mechanic had it fixed in just a few minutes. He knew what was wrong by simply listening to the engine. I was amazed. The sad truth is, great talent is not enough. I am constantly shocked at how little talented people earn. I heard the other day that less than 5 percent of Americans earn more than Wedding custom around the world (9)Korea:Ducks are included in the wedding procession because ducks mate1) life. The groom once traveled to the ride’s house on a white pony), bearing fidelity3) symbols----a gray goose and gander). Malaysia:The groom’s gifts to the bride are delivered to her home by costumed children in a noisy procession, carrying lavish trays of food and currency folded into animal or flower shapes. Each wedding guest is given a beautifully decorated hard-boiled egg, a symbol of fertility. Mexico:A“lasso5)”a very large rosary6), is wound around the couple’s shoulders and hands during the ceremony to show the union and protection of marriage. Guests at many Mexican weddings gather around the couple in a heart-shaped ring at the reception, perhaps bee the first dance. 0,000 a year. A business consultant who specializes in1 the medical trade was telling me how many doctors, dentists and chiropractors struggle financially. All this time, I thought that when they graduated, the dollars would pour in. It was this business consultant who gave me the phrase, “They are one skill away from great wealth.” What this phrase means is that most people need only to learn and master one more skill and their income would jump exponentially3. I have mentioned bee that financial intelligence is a synergy of ing, investing, marketing and law. Combine those four technical skills and making money with money is easier. When it comes to money, the only skill most people know is to work hard. When I graduated from the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy in 1969, my educated dad was happy. Standard Oil of Calinia had hired me its oil-tanker fleet. I had a great career ahead of me, yet I resigned5 after six months with the company and joined the Marine Corps to learn how to fly. My educated dad was devastated. Rich dad congratulated me. Job security meant everything to my educated dad. Learning meant everything to my rich dad. Educated dad thought I went to school to learn to be a ship's officer. Rich dad knew that I went to school to study international trade. So as a student, I made cargo runs, navigating6 large freighters7, oil tankers and passenger ships to the Far East and the South Pacific. While most of my classmates, including Mike, were partying at their fraternity8 houses, I was studying trade, people and cultures in Japan, Thailand, Singapore, Hong Kong, Vietnam, Korea and the Philippines. I also was partying, but it was not in any frat house. I grew up rapidly. There is an old cliché that goes, “Job is an acronym9 'Just Over Broke.'” And untunately, I would say that the saying applies to millions of people. Because school does not think financial intelligence is intelligence, most workers “live within their means.” They work and they pay the bills. Instead I recommend to young people to seek work what they will learn, more than what they will earn. Look down the road at what skills they want to acquire bee choosing a specific profession and bee getting trapped in the “Rat Race”. Once people are trapped in the lifelong process of bill paying, they become like those little hamsters running around in those little metal wheels. Their little furry legs are spinning furiously, the wheel is turning furiously, but come tomorrow morning, they'll still be in the same cage great job. When I ask the classes I teach, “How many of you can cook a better hamburger than McDonald's?” almost all the students raise their hands. I then ask, “So if most of you can cook a better hamburger, how come McDonald's makes more money than you?” The answer is obvious McDonald's is excellent at business systems. The reason so many talented people are poor is because they focus on building a better hamburger and know little or nothing about business systems. The world is filled with talented poor people. All too often, they're poor or struggle financially or earn less than they are capable of, not because of what they know but because of what they do not know. They focus on perfecting their skills at building a better hamburger rather than the skills of selling and delivering the hamburger. 019196。

英语口语:使用频率最高的美语口语96句() -- 1:5:7 来源: 1. the calm bee the storm 暴风雨前的宁静   . The early bird catches the worm 早起的鸟儿有虫吃   3. Better left unsaid. 最好还是不要说   . Tomorrow is another day. 明天又是崭新的一天   5. come out in the wash 真相大白;得到圆满的结果   6. Every dog has his day. 十年风水轮流转   7. bury the hatchet 言归于好;和好   8. A good man is hard to find. 好人难找   9. in the nick of time 及时   0. Don't speak too soon. 别说的太早   1. There's no such thing as a free lunch. 天下没有免费的午餐   . without batting an eyelid 眼眨都不眨;泰然自若   3. know the ropes 知道学习规则或内容   1. pay through the nose 花很多钱   5. sell like hot cakes 很畅销   6. What's done is done. 做了就做了   7. Look bee you leap. 三思而后行   8. When the chips are down. 在重要关头;到了关键时刻   9. bet one's bottom dollar 确信无疑   0. Variety is the spice of life. 多样化丰富生活   1. a wolf in sheep's clothing 披着羊皮的狼   . Haste makes waste. 欲速则不达   3. like a bull in a china shop 笨手笨脚;莽撞行事   . someone is not out of the woods yet 还未脱离危险   5. The best things in life are free. 生命中最好的东西是金钱买不到的   6. Easy come, easy go. 来得快,去得快   7. I don't have a clue. 我不知道   8. Better safe than sorry. 宁愿安全(可靠)也不要后悔   9. Practice makes perfect. 孰能生巧   0. crying out loud 哎呀呀!拜托   1. on the spur of the moment 一时冲动;一时兴起   . Every little bit counts. 一点一滴都算   3. drive sb. to the wall 使某人发疯受不了;使某人束手无策   . get sth. off one's chest 倾吐心中的事;落下心中的大石头   5. Two wrongs don't make a right. 报复于事无补   6. the blind leading the blind 外行领导外行   7. in the same boat 同命相连   8. Appearances can be deceiving. 外表是会骗人的   9. only time will tell 只有时间会明   0. Don't put all your eggs in one basket. 别孤注一掷 英语口语 口语 频率。

Three passions, simple but overwhelmingly strong, have governed my life the longing love, the search knowledge, and unbearable pity the suffering of mankind. These passions, like great winds, have blown me hither and thither, in a wayward course, over a great ocean of anguish, reaching to the very verge of despair. I have sought love, first, because it brings ecstasy - ecstasy so great that I would often have sacrificed all the rest of life a few hours of this joy. I have sought it, next, because it relieves loneliness--that terrible loneliness in which one shivering consciousness looks over the rim of the world into the cold unfathomable lifeless abyss. I have sought it finally, because in the union of love I have seen, in a mystic miniature, the prefiguring vision of the heaven that saints and poets have imagined. This is what I sought, and though it might seem too good human life, this is what--at last--I have found. With equal passion I have sought knowledge. I have wished to understand the hearts of men. I have wished to know why the stars shine. And I have tried to apprehend the Pythagorean power by which number holds sway above the flux. A little of this, but not much, I have achieved. Love and knowledge, so far as they were possible, led upward toward the heavens. But always pity brought me back to earth. Echoes of cries of pain reverberate in my heart. Children in famine, victims tortured by oppressors, helpless old people a burden to their sons, and the whole world of loneliness, poverty, and pain make a mockery of what human life should be. I long to alleviate this evil, but I cannot, and I too suffer. This has been my life. I have found it worth living, and would gladly live it again if the chance were offered me. 6。

回答"How are you"的N种方式 -- :19:58 来源: 回答"How are you"的N种方式  How are you是人们每天打招呼时必问的问题,但外国人可不是都像教科书上教的“Fine. Thank you. And you?”那样回答怎样回答才算地道呢,现在就教你一些简单实用的表达方式  如何回答How are you?  实际上,“How are you”可以看做是加长版的“Hello”,只是人们见面打招呼时表达友好的一种表达方式,并不期待得到特别详尽的回答,所以不要太有压力,以下就是一些现成的回答:  1. Fine.  这是一个简单直接的回答如果你说完这个词就没下文了,那就说明你无意继续对话了  . Not bad.  这个回答比Fine听起来要更友好一些  3. Fine, thanks.  这是比较正式的回答,一般可以用来回复陌生人,如酒店的务员等  . Very well, thanks.  注重语法的人也许会这样回答理论上来说,“How...”引导的问题应该用副词来回答不过大多数人对此并不在意  5. Pretty good.  如果你不在意语法,那么你可以回答“Good”或“Pretty good”这种回答非常常见,且随意多了  6. Great! How are you doing?  这是一种非常热情、兴奋的回答如果你想和对方继续谈话的话,回问对方的状况总是很好的开始  7. I'm hanging in there.  马马虎虎吧  这种回答让人觉得你这一天过得好辛苦  8. I've been better.  不能更惨了  人们通常都会积极正面地回答“How are you”,但如果你给了这样一个负面的回答,那么就说明你想告诉对方你的悲惨遭遇所以对方通常会回问你,“What's wrong?”  如何回答How's it going?  这个问题和"How are you"类似,上面的回答也都可以采用,此外,你还可以回复:  It's going well.  这种回答友好、礼貌,适用于同事、客户、不常见的熟人之间  如何回答What's up?  这个问题是问你最近生活中发生了什么事,当然,你不用老老实实全说出来如果你不想和对方长聊,那么就可以使用以下标准回答:  1. Nothing much.  这是最常见的回复你也可以接着说一些有趣的事情,如:  Nothing much. Just getting y graduation.  没啥事,就是要准备毕业了  . Not a lot.  这种说法比"Nothing much"新鲜一点,因为稍微少见一些  3. Nothing.  直截了当的回答,会让人觉得你有些生气,或粗鲁  . Oh, just the usual.  如果你每天过得都差不多,那就这么回答吧  5. Just the same old same old.  这个回答表示你日复一日过着一层不变的生活,有些倦怠  6. Oh gosh, all kinds of stuff!  如果你最近过得十分忙碌、刺激,那么就可以这样回答  如何回答How are you doing?  How are you doing,也是常见的打招呼时问的问题,以下是一些常见回复:  1. I'm doing great today - and you?  . Doing well, thanks. How about you?  3. Not bad, yourself?  . Thanks asking. I'm doing fine. How are you。

老鼠给猫挂铃铛?! -01-6 3:9:01 来源: 试想一下,让一只老鼠给猫脖子上挂铃铛,那会是什么概念?风险系数实在太高,除非这只老鼠撑破了胆不过,短语bell the cat(挺身而出)确实源于寓言故事“老鼠给猫脖子上挂铃铛”故事是这么说的:因为怕猫,有一窝老鼠饿得快要咽气了也不敢出去找食吃后来,其中一只老鼠说,如果在猫的脖子上挂上一个铃铛,家族成员就可以凭铃铛的声音来猜测猫的位置,避猫找食自然不成问题众老鼠于是欢呼雀跃、精神大振,正在这时,另一只老鼠出来发话了:“可是,谁来给猫脖上挂铃铛呢?”虽然故事说到这儿就结束了,但短语bell the cat开始被人们引用,用来形容“挺身而出、担当风险”请看例句:It's quite difficult to get a man who can bell the cat. (很难找到危险时刻能够挺身而出的人了)点击进入:往期回顾(英语点津陈蓓编辑) 老鼠 故事 bell 脖子。

In every man there is a king. Speak to the king, and the king will come th.在每个人内心都有一个国王如果你想与他交谈,国王就会出现How I've Been Enriched by BeggarsOutside our hotel in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, a seemingly ancient woman on crutches waited beside the door with her hand outstretched. Every day I put my hand in hers as our eyes met. She never failed to return my smile, my grasp, and my sin chau greeting.On the last day of our visit, I found myself alone on a busy corner across the street from our hotel. Bicycles and motorbikes careened in front of me. We had been advised to walk straight through the teeming traffic without looking right or left. Let them avoid us.But tonight I was by myself and felt inadequate to face the torrent of vehicles. As I hesitated on the curb, I felt a hand on my elbow and looked down to see the smile of my small beggar friend looking up at me. She nodded her head toward the street, indicating that she would take me across. Together, we moved slowly into the chaos as she gently prodded me ward.When we reached the center of the crossing, I looked down at her again, and couldn't resist exclaiming, "You have the most beautiful smile."She obviously knew little English, but must have recognized the tone, she threw both arms and crutches around me in a big hug, while the traffic streamed by us on both sides.Then we precarious moved on toward the sidewalk, where she pulled my face down to hers, kissed me on both cheeks, and then limped away, still smiling and waving back to me.I had not given her a single coin. We had shared something vastly more important - a warming of hearts in friendship.This experience remained me of something Mother Teresa once said "If you cannot do great things, you can do small things with great love."To look beggars in the eye and smile, thus acknowledging their existence, is a small thing. Putting your hand into another's outstretched hand and grasping it firmly a moment is also a small thing. Learning to use a greeting in the local language is not too difficult. But these are important. many reasons, giving money is not the best response to an outstretched hand. Many world travelers have discovered that the greatest gift they can give is their time and friendship. Everyone needs recognition, to be seen as worthy of attention, to feel appreciated and loved.Traveling in poorer nations, I have witnessed a variety of ways to deal with beggars. The most common response of tourists faced with the poverty-stricken is to ignore them and focus their eyes elsewhere. I have seen people push away an outstretched hand in angry annoyance. A few may hastily drop a few coins into a beseeching palm, and then execute a quick getaway in hopes that another ragged pursuers won't immediately appear on the scene.But I feel it's worthwhile to try to live by the words of English author John Cowper Powys "No one can consider himself wholly civilized who does not look upon every individual, without a single exception, as of deep and startling interest."I once spotted a legless man sitting by a road at the Pushkar Camel Fair in India. I was returning to my tent after recording the exotic music of the dancing men of Pushkar and was replaying the music on my tape recorder. When the man's smile lured me to join him, we began to communicate in the kind of sign language and laughter one learns while vagabonding around the world.After mimicking the whirling skirts and sticks, I showed him how my tape recorder worked. He motioned me to give it to him. I hesitated, but only a moment. After examining it carefully, he began to sing a hauntingly beautiful song, indicating that he wanted me to record it and take it home as a memory of our time together.Moments bee, we had been total strangers suddenly, we were cemented in a momentary friendship born of our common existence in this world. His eyes shone as we exchanged names. My experience with Vidur confirmed the truth of the Scandinavian proverb "In every man there is a king. Speak to the king, and the king will come th."I've learned that those considered the world's most hopeless are so often rich in humanity, with hearts yearning to be affirmed - and y to respond.My life continues to be enriched by connecting with everyday humanity. Each time I do this, I rediscover that what I have been given is far beyond monetary value. And I reaffirm that everyone is worthy - and worth knowing. 31。

这一年是年想像一下这种情景:B.J.罗杰斯早上像往常一样被他那预编好程序的计算机唤醒在他面前出现的是一份计算机提供的一日所有要做的重要事务清单The Time of Smart Homes Is ComingThe year is .Imagine this scenario:B.J.Rogers is woken up in the morning as usual by his computer which has been preprogrammed1).In front of him is a to-do list supplied by the computer emphasizing the important events the day.In response to Rogers’ request,the nearest display is filled with a list of possible dishes.Rogers notices that all dishes are meatless.At this time,Rex,the computer,might respond to his inquiry about ingredients) by checking the home inventory3) and ordering as needed.Rex is then required to order the dishes electronically and ask the retailer) to hold them pickup.By ,high-speed data communications links will connect you,your computer,the supermarket,and the rest of the country.As Rogers eats breakfast,Rex prompts him again to respond to Lucy’s request.Bee Rogers finishes his next bite,Lucy’s computer receives the message.Then Rogers goes to the supermarket.The store’s system identifies his car as he drives to the pickup area and greets him by name.“Good morning,Mr.Rogers,your order is in Bin 4.Thank you shopping.”When Rogers removes his order from Bin4,all monetary5) transactions6) are completed automatically over the inmation superhighway.That is,funds are electronically transferred from his to a bank .Soon after arriving at the office,Rogers s another message from Lucy telling him that she will go to dinner with him.Much of this futuristic story is within the grasp of today’s technology.Even today,millions of people carry computers with them much of the day.Many of these people routinely use speech recognition technology to communicate.Electronic smart homes are now deemed an economically sound investment.Few will argue that we are rapidly approaching the age of automation,an era when computers participate in or help us with all we do. 19。