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记住,“整日沉浸于悲痛中”会吞噬你的灵魂,所以要学会宽容应付灾难每天“祈祷”,保护你的花园,这有利于掌控将“批评”与“埋怨”这些害虫掩埋起来将“爱”的种子播散到你足迹所至的每个角落,“欢乐”、“爱”和“微笑”就会生机无限地发育成长Someone says that Happiness comes of the capacity to feel deeply, to enjoy simply, to think freely, and to be needed. I have no objection to that, only wondering how to grow happiness. Welcome to Faith Radio Online-Simply to Relax, I'm Faith. tunately, I came across the answer somewhere, and I feel like sharing it with you.Step onePlant yourself deep in a bed of faith, and pack it down solid and tight. Drench daily with positive thinking, and keep saturated just right. Mulch often with giveness, this will help you grow. Quickly remove any seeds of worry, they will soon germinate, and keep out the weeds of despair. Nourish disappointments with hope whenever it is needed, and always stay cool and shaded when you feel irritated or heated. Trim away guilt or depression, they create decay, and cultivate with happy memories as often as every day.Step twoHarvest the lessons of the past; just dig, pick, and hoe. And nurture the roots of the present, now is when you flourish and grow. Start planting the future; set your goals in a row. Spade the bed well all your dreams to grow.Step threeRemember that grief is a natural predator, so learn to tolerate some damage. Protect your garden with daily prayers, this will help you manage. Bury the criticism and complaining, they are injurious pests. Sow the seed of love wherever you may go-- joy, love and laughter are surely bound to grow. Although the thorns of life may be here to stay, just sprout a smile along the way, and be thankful what you have.This is Faith at Faith Radio Online-Simply to Relax. Thank you your visit, goodbye 657。

八月是多么令人惬意的季节啊!果园和麦田到处都充溢着忙碌劳作的声响;串串果实压得果树都弯下了腰,枝条低垂到地面;还有谷穗,有的一捆捆优雅地堆挤在一起,有的迎风招展,仿佛在向镰刀求爱,它们给周围的景致染上了一层金黄的色调;整个大地似乎笼罩在醇香柔和的气氛中August (Excerpt) by Charles Dickens There is no month in the whole year, in which nature wears a more beautiful appearance than in the month of August. Spring has many beauties, and May is a fresh and blooming month, but the charms of this time of year are enhanced1) by their contrast with the winter season. August has no such advantage. It comes when we remember nothing but clear skies, green fields, and sweet-smelling flowers—when the recollection) of snow, and ice, and bleak3) winds, has faded from our minds as completely as they have disappeared from the earth — and yet what a pleasant time it is! Orchards and cornfields) ring with the hum of labours; trees bend beneath the thick clusters of rich fruit which bow their branches to the ground; and the corn5), piled in graceful sheaves, or waving in every light breath that sweeps above it, as if it wooed6) the sickle7), tinges8) the landscape with a golden hue9). A mellow softness appears to hang over the whole earth; the influence of the season seems to extend itself to the very wagon, whose slow motion across the well-reaped field, is perceptible) only to the eye, but strikes with no harsh sound upon the ear. 9。

关于祝福的英语口语 -- :1:38 来源: 恭喜!Congratulations! *用于对个人表示祝贺,如实现了什么目标获得什么胜利时但不用于新春祝贺注意不要忘记复数“s”I passed my driving test! (我驾照考试通过了)Congratulations! (恭喜!恭喜!)恭喜你的订婚Congratulations on your engagement. *用Congratulations on your engagement表示“祝贺……”的场合Im engaged. (我订婚了!)Congratulations on your engagement. (恭喜你订婚!)恭喜你们喜结良缘Congratulations on your marriage.Congratulations on your marriage. (恭喜你们喜结良缘)Thank you. (谢谢!)恭喜生子Congratulations on the birth of your child.It a boy. (是个男孩)Congratulations on the birth of your child. (恭喜生子)恭喜你考上大学!Congratulations on entering...Congratulations on entering...College. (恭喜你考上……大学)Thank you. (谢谢!)恭喜高升!Congratulations on your promotion!I got promoted! (我晋升了!)Congratulations on your promotion! (恭喜高升!)祝贺你康复!Congratulations on your complete recovery.Congratulations on your complete recovery. (祝贺你康复!)Thank you your support. (谢谢您一直鼓励我)祝贺你!Good you!My book was published. (我的书出版了)Good you! (祝贺你!)我为你而高兴!Im (really) happy you.We made up. (我们和好了)Im really happy you!(我为你们高兴)Im delighted you. *这两种说法在某些场合也可以用来表示Congratulations!(祝贺)的意思干杯!Cheers! *在英国也可用来表示Thank you (谢谢)的意思让我们干杯!Let make a toast! *make a toast 表示“干杯!”Why dont we make a toast?为了您的健康(干杯)!Here to your health! *后面常接Cheers!(干杯!)Here是Here is的省略形式我提议让我们为史密斯先生干杯!Let me propose a toast to Mr. Smith.Id like to propose a toast to Mr. Smith.祝您成功!Break a leg! *用于向对方表示“祝您走运”时break a leg 直译是“骨折”,但含有“祝您走运”的意思对演员必须用Break on leg,有人认为对演员用Good luck的话,会招致不幸Knockem dead!Good luck!Go getem! *是Go get them!的口语缩写形式 日常英语 英语口语。

Act of CaringToo often we underestimateThe power of a touch,A smile,A kind word,A listening ear,An honest compliment,Or the smallest act of caring.All of which has the potential to turn a life around.Enjoy What You HaveSuccess is not defined by obtaining everything you want,but by enjoying and appreciating everything you want.Learn to enjoy what you have. 9。

To Fanny Keats, 3 June 18. Friday Morning My dear Fanny; I had intended to delay seeing you till a Book which I am now publishing was out, expecting that to be he end of this Week when I would have brought it to Walthamstow on receiving your letter of course I set myself to come to town, but was not able just as I was setting out yesterday morning a slight spitting of blood came on which returned rather more copiously at night. I have slept well and they tell me there is nothing material to fear. I will send my book soon with a letter which I have had from George who is with his family quite well. Your affectionate Brother John 19。

请老外吃饭口语必备():英美人表示“干杯”的不同表达 -- :9:58 来源:   干杯  每逢佳节聚会,英美人常欢聚一堂,频频举杯,开怀畅饮,“干杯!”、“为……干杯!”之声不绝于耳那么英美人是如何表示的呢?  一、用(Here's)to 表示:  1.Here's to your health success. 为你的健康 成功干杯!  .Here's to our friendship! 为我们的友谊干杯!  3.Here's to Tom his new job! 为汤姆的新工作干杯!  二、用health, luck等表示:Good health! Good luck! All the best!例如:  1.Your health, John—May you have a successful time in Manchester!为了你的健康,约翰,也祝你在曼彻斯特前程似锦!  .Helen raised her glass,“Good luck to you!” she said. 海伦举起酒杯,说道:“祝你好运!”  三、主人或主持人邀客人喝酒时,通常用Cheers! Do the honors! 例如:  1.He raised his glass,“May you success! Cheers!” 他举起酒杯说:“祝你成功,干杯!”  .Pat, you do the honors and propose the toast. 帕特,你敬酒吧  四、在比较随便的场合,通常用Here's how!还有Happy landing!(美俚,原为空军用语)等例如:  Oh,come, come,David.Here's how!噢,来呀,来呀,大卫,干杯!  五、在比较正式的场合,英美人有时也用一些外来语例如:  Prosit!(来源于拉丁语,意为May it do good! To your health good luck! etc. )  六、在陈述句中,英美语通常用toast,round, drink to,drink a toast to, propose a toast 等词表示例如:  1.Friends,I'll give you a toast——to our president! 朋友们,我给大家敬酒,为我们总统干杯!  .I now propose a toast to the friendship between our two people——to our friendship. 现在,我提议为我们两国人民的友谊干杯! 不同 表达 表示 美人。

英语口语每天说上半小时0(8) -- ::53 来源: Eight: Cause高速下载 1. They failed to go outing because of the weather.. He was late that’s a result of the snow.3. The damage resulted from the fire.. I was in the bus with a result that I didn’t hear the telephone.5. The new computer has more memory and is theree faster than the old one.6. We stayed at home because it rained.7. Why didn’t you stop him?8. Everybody likes him as he’s kind and honest.9. Since you insist, I must go.. I can not see anything the fog.Dialogue OneWhy didn’t you call me last night?Because I went out.Why didn’t you call me from a CallBox?I didn’t have any change.Tell me why you didn’t come to see me tonight then.I don’t like all your questions. That’s why.Dialogue TwoIt’s over.What is over?Our relationship. I mean my friend and I…Any reasons?The cause is another boy.Oh, that’s too bad.Dialogue ThreeJohn, I ’m sorry, the air tickets the International Day are sold out.Really? I didn’t expect that.It’s possible because everyone wants to travel during the holiday weekend.I should have booked the tickets in advance.Take it easy. I’ll like you know if anyone decides to cancel his reservation.That’s all right. Maybe I’ll change my plan. Thank you all the same.Well, I think that these problems of teenagers getting into troubles with a law is mainly caused by unemployment. You see, because of the high level of the unemployment, so many teenagers nowadays leave school and find that they have no choice of getting a job. And this obviously makes them feel bored and frustrated. And other result of this, they’re much likely to get drunk and so on. Another thing of cause is that you get groups of unemployed teenagers wondering around streets with nothing to do which can easily lead to trouble of one sort or another. 小时 上半 每天 英语口语。

8American RevolutionThe American Revolution was not a sudden and violent overturning of the political and social framework, such as later occurred in France and Russia, when both were aly independent nations. Significant changes were ushered in, but they were not breathtaking. What happened was accelerated evolution rather than outright revolution. During the conflict itself people went on working and praying, marrying and playing. Most of them were not seriously disturbed by the actual fighting, and many of the more isolated commies scarcely knew that a war was on.America War of Independence heralded the birth of three modern nations. One was Canada, which received its first large influx of English-speaking population from the thousands of loyalists who fled there from the ed States. Another was Australia, which became a penal colony now that America was no longer available prisoners and debtors. The third newcomer-the ed States-based itself squarely on republican principles.Yet even the political overturn was not so revolutionary as one might suppose. In some states, notably Connecticut and Rhode Island, the war largely ratified a colonial self-rule aly existing. British officials, everywhere ousted, were replaced by a home-grown governing class, which promptly sought a local substitute king and Parliament.。

哥哥和们都上学去了, 对我们3岁大的女儿贝基来说, 牧场是个很孤独的地方她渴望有玩伴我们答应给她买只小, 可在此期间几乎每天都有“假装”的小出现Becky and the wolfWith all her big brothers and sisters off to school, our ranch became a lonely place our three-year-old daughter, Becky. She longed playmates. We promised to buy her a puppy but in the meantime, “pretend”puppies popped up nearly every day. I had just finished washing the lunch dishes when the screen door slammed1)and Becky rushed in, cheeks flushed with excitement. “Mama.”she cried. “Come see my new doggy. I gave him water two times aly. He’s so thirsty.”I sighed. Another of Becky’s imaginary dogs. “Please come, Mama. ”She tugged at my jeans, her brown eyes pleading. “He’s crying--and he can’t walk.”“Can’t walk?”Now that was a twist. All her previous make-believe dogs could do marvelous things. Why suddenly a dog that couldn’t walk?“All right, honey, ”I said. By the time I tried to follow her, Becky had aly disappeared into the mesquite). “Where are you?”I called. “Over here by the oak stump. Hurry, Mama.”I parted the thorny3) branches and raised my hand against the glare of the Arizona sun. A numbing chill gripped me. There she was, sitting on her heels, toes dug firmly in the sand, and cradled in her lap was the unmistakable head of a wolf.“Becky. ”My mouth felt dry. “Don’ t move. ”I stepped closer. Pale-yellow eyes narrowed. Black lips tightened, exposing double sets of two-inch fangs). Suddenly the wolf trembled. Its teeth clacked, and a piteous whine rose from its throat. “It’s all right, boy, ”Becky crooned. “Don’t be afraid. That’s my mama, and she loves you, too. ”Then the unbelievable happened. As her tiny hands stroked the great shaggy head, I heard the gentle thump, thump, thumping of the wolf’s tail from deep inside the stump. What was wrong with the animal?I wondered. Why couldn’t he get up?I couldn’t tell. Nor did I dare to step any closer. I glanced at the empty water bowl. My memory flashed back to the five skunks5) that last week had torn the burlap6) from a leaking pipe in a frenzied eft to reach water during the final agonies7) of rabies8). Of course. Rabies. Warning signs had been posted all over the county, and hadn’t Becky said, “He’s so thirsty”?I had to get Becky away. “Honey. ”My throat tightened. “Put his head down and come to Mama. We’ll go find help. ”Reluctantly, Becky got up and kissed the wolf on the nose bee she walked slowly into my outstretched arms. Sad yellow eyes followed her. Then the wolf’s head sank to the ground. With Becky safe in my arms, I ran to the barns where Brian, one of our cowhands, was saddling up. “BrianCome quickly. Becky found a wolf in the oak stump near the wash.I think it has rabies.”“I’ll be there in a jiffy, ”he said as I hurried back to the house, anxious to put Becky down her nap. I didn’t want her to see Brian come out of the bunkhouse. I knew he’d have a gun. “But I want to give my doggy his water, ”she cried. I kissed her and gave her some stuffed animals to play with. “Honey, let Mom and Brian take care of him now, ”I said. Moments later, I reached the oak stump. Brian stood looking down at the beast. “It’s a Mexican lobo, all right, ”he said, “and a big one. ”The wolf whined. Then we both caught the smell of gangrene9). “Whew! It’s not rabies, ”Brian said. “But he’s sure hurt real bad. Don’t you think it’s best I put him out of his misery?”The word“yes”was on my lips, when Becky emerged from the bushes. “Is Brian going to make him well, Mama?”She hauled the animal’s head onto her lap once more, and buried her face in the coarse, dark fur. This time I wasn’t the only one who heard the thumping of the lobo’s tail. That afternoon my husband, Bill, and our veterinarian came to see the wolf. Observing the trust the animal had in our child, Doc said to me, “Suppose you let Becky and me tend to this fell a together.”Minutes later, as child and vet reassured the stricken beast, the hypodermic found its mark. The yellow eyes closed. “He‘s asleep now, ”said the vet. “Give me a hand here, Bill. ”They hauled the massive body out of the stump. The animal must have been over five feet long and well over one-hundred pounds. The hip and leg had been mutilated by bullets. Doc did what he had to in order to clean the wound and then gave the patient a dose of penicillin. Next day he returned and inserted a metal rod to replace the missing bone.“Well, it looks like you’ve got yourselves a Mexican lobo, ”Doc said. “He looks to be about three years old, and even as pups, they don’ t tame real easy. I‘m amazed at the way this big fella took to your little gal. But often there’s something that goes on between children and animals that we grownups don’t understand. ”Becky named the wolf Ralph and carried food and water to the stump every day. Ralph’s recovery was not easy. three months he dragged his injured hindquarters by clawing the earth with his front paws. From the way he lowered his eyelids when we massaged the atrophied limbs, we knew he endured excruciating pain, but not once did he ever try to bite the hands of those who cared him. Four months to the day, Ralph finally stood unaided. His huge frame shook as long-unused muscles were activated. Bill and I patted and praised him. But it was Becky to whom he turned a gentle word, a kiss or a smile. He responded to these gestures of love by swinging his bushy tail like a pendulum). As his strength grew, Ralph followed Becky all over the ranch. Together they roamed the desert pastures, the golden-haired child often stooping low, sharing with the great lame wolf whispered secrets of nature’s wonders. When evening came, he returned like a silent shadow to his hollow stump that had surely become his special place. As time went on, although he lived primarily in the brush, the habits of this timid creature endeared him more and more to all of us. Becky’s first day of school was sad Ralph. After the bus left, he refused to return to the yard. Instead, he lay by the side of the road and waited. When Becky returned, he limped and tottered in wild, joyous circles around her. This welcoming ritual persisted through out her school years. During Ralph’s twelve years on our ranch, his habits remained unchanged. Always keeping his distance, he tolerated other pets and endured the activities of our busy family, but his love Becky never wavered. Then the spring came when our neighbor told us he’d shot and killed a she-wolf and grazed her mate, who had been running with her. Sure enough, Ralph returned home with another bullet wound. Becky, nearly fifteen years old now, sat with Ralph’s head resting on her lap. He, too, must have been about fifteen and was gray with age. As Bill removed the bullet, my memory raced back through the years. Once again I saw a chubby three-year-old girl stroking the head of a huge black wolf and heard a small voice murmuring, “It’s all right, boy. Don’t be afraid. That’s my mama, and she loves you, too. ”Although the wound wasn’t serious, this time Ralph didn’t get well. Precious pounds fell away. The once luxurious furturned dull and dry, and his trips to the yard in search of Becky’s companionship ceased. All day long he rested quietly. But when night fell, old and stiff as he was, he disappeared into the desert and surrounding hills. By dawn his food was gone. The morning came when we found him dead. The yellow eyes were closed. Stretched out in front of the oak stump, he appeared but a shadow of the proud beast he once had been. A lump in my throat choked me as I watched Becky stroke his shaggy neck, tears streaming down her face. “I’ll miss him so, ”she cried. Then as I covered him with a blanket, we were startled by a strange rustling sound from inside the stump. Becky looked inside. Two tiny yellow eyes peered back and puppy fangs glinted in the semi-darkness. Ralph’s pup.Had a dying instinct told him his motherless offspring would be safe here, as he had been, with those who loved him?Hot tears spilled on baby fur as Becky gathered the trembling bundle in her arms. “It’s all right, little. . . Ralphie, ”she murmured. “Don’t be afraid. That’s my mom, and she loves you, too. ” 15。