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爱学习   我们的英语成绩如果怎么样都提升不了话就要好好的找一下问题所在了,今天小编就给大家分享一下英语美文欣赏,喜欢的要看看吧

  上帝不会问的十件事

  1.God won't ask what kind of car you drove,He will ask how many people you drove who did not have transportation.

  上帝不会问你开的是哪种车,他会问你搭载的人中,有多少是没有交通工具的。

  2.God won't ask the square footage of your house,He'll ask how many people you welcomed into your home.

  上帝不会问你的房子有多大,他会问你邀请过多少人来到你家里。

  3.God won't ask about the clothes you had in your closet,He'll ask how many you helped to clothe.

爱学习   上帝不会问你衣柜里有多少衣服,他会问你曾帮助多少需要衣物的人。

  4.God won't ask what your highest salary was,He'll ask if you compromised your characterto obtain it.

  上帝不会问你收入有多丰富,他会问你是否为不义之财。

爱学习   5.God won't ask what yout job title was,He'll ask if you preformed your job to the best of your ability.

  上帝不会问你的职位,他会问你是否有充分发挥自己的才能。上帝不会问的十件事

爱学习   6.God won't ask how many friends you had ,He'll ask how many people to whom you were a friend.

  上帝不会问你有多少朋友,他会问你是多少人的朋友。

爱学习   7.God won't ask in what neighborhood you lived,He'll ask how you treated your neighbors.

爱学习   上帝不会问你住在哪个社区,他会问你是如何对待你的左邻右舍的。

  8.God won't ask about the color of your skin ,He'll ask about the content of your character.

  上帝不会问你的肤色,他会问你的人格特质。

  9.God won't ask why it took you so long to seek Salvation .He'll lovingly take you to your mansion in heaven,and not to the gates of Hell.

爱学习   上帝不会问你怎么会那么长的时间在寻找救恩,他是多么引颈期盼能将你引领到天上的家,而非地狱之门。

  10.God won't have ask how many people you forward this to,He already knows your decision.

爱学习   上帝不需要问你会将这个信息传给多少人,你的心思他早已知晓。

  感恩一切 Thanks for Everything

爱学习   My wife, Shirley, and I have gone on vacations to a quiet beach in southwestern Florida for most of our married life. If that beach could talk, it would tell of teenage newlyweds who sunned and wrote "I love you" on its sands. It would tell of a little girl with eyes the color of the sea gathering seashells and of three wild boys leaping and diving into the surf. It would tell of joyous visits over the years from friends, parents, grandparents, new brides and grooms -- and now grandchildren. The beach would tell glorious tales of warmth and gratitude.

  But I realized one day that I had rarely expressed my gratitude to the one who'd lived those years with me. On our 40th wedding anniversary, Shirley and I walked again the familiar margin of the sea. I told her then how thankful I was that she shared my life.

  We don't have to wait for anniversaries to thank the ones closest to us -- the ones so easily overlooked. If I have learned anything about giving thanks, it is this: Give it now! While your feeling of appreciation is alive and sincere, act on it. Saying thanks is such an easy way to add to the world's happiness.

  A few years ago, a young woman from a neighboring town won a scholarship to a prestigious college. Although the inner-city high school she attended was plagued with problems, she overcame them and excelled. When she graduated, she commended the often-maligned school for its challenging courses and her teachers for their special interest and encouragement. "I can't say enough good things about the school and the teachers who gave me so much of themselves," she said. "I shall be eternally grateful to them."

爱学习   Saying thanks not only brightens someone else's world, it brightens yours. If you're feeling left out, unloved or unappreciated, try reaching out to others. It may be just the medicine you need.

  Before A. J. Cronin became a bestselling author, he was a doctor. Once he told about a colleague who gave an unusual prescription to patients afflicted with worry, fear, discouragement or self-doubt. The doctor called it his thank-you cure. "For six weeks I want you to say thank you whenever anyone does you a favor. And to show you mean it, emphasize the words with a smile." Within six weeks most of the doctor's patients showed great improvement.

爱学习   Of course, there are times when you can't express gratitude immediately. In that case don't let embarrassment sink you into silence -- speak up the first time you have the chance.

  I recently returned home to Montpelier, Ohio, for a short visit. Memories of my boyhood flooded back as I walked the familiar streets. Then I saw Mrs. Bible, and my mind flashed back to high school.collected by

  I was a freshman, more interested in sports than school work, and I was falling behind in my Latin class. Then Violet Bible, a neighbor who was a schoolteacher, found out about my problem. "Oh, Latin's great fun," she told me. "Come over tonight after dinner and I'll show you." For the next several weeks, she tutored me until I could conjugate with the best of them -- well, almost. Anyway, I passed. At the callow age of 14 it seemed perfectly natural to me that a working wife and mother had nothing better to do after a hard day's work than tutor me in Latin.

  Now as I saw her, I realized what an uncommon sacrifice it had been. And, after all those years, I told her so! "What you did was way beyond the call of duty," I said. "Thank you." I was rewarded with a surprised smile and a sparkle in her eyes.

爱学习   Each human being is yearning for kind words of appreciation. In December 1991, 17-year-old Candi Brown's car overturned; the roof collapsed and crushed her skull. The crews of Engine Company 8 and Med 15 in Grayson, Ga., rushed her to Gwinnett Medical Center. Doctors told her parents to prepare for the worst. But Candi survived. A year later the family served a holiday dinner to the Gwinnett County firefighters and emergency medical technicians. During dinner Candi, whose goal is to walk naturally again, rose painfully and said, "Thank you for helping God save my life and giving me a second chance. I love you."

  The Most Important Body Part 身体最重要的部分

  My mother used to ask me what is the most important part of the body. Through the years I would guess at what I thought was the correct answer.

  从前我母亲经常问我,身体最重要的部位是什么。许多年来,我一直以为自己所想的是正确答案。

爱学习   When I was younger, I thought sound was very important to us as humans, so I said, "My ears, Mommy."

爱学习   当我很小的时候,我认为对人类而言,声音很重要,因此回答:“妈咪,是耳朵。”

  She said, "No. Many people are deaf. But you keep thinking about it and I will ask you again soon."

  她说:“不对,有许多人是聋人。但是你继续想,不久我会再问你。”

爱学习   Several years passed before she asked me again. Since making my first attempt, I had contemplated the correct answer. So this time I told her, "Mommy, sight is very important to everybody, so it must be our eyes."

  当她再度问我时,已经是好几年后了。自从第一次回答之后,我就一直仔细的思考正确答案。所以这次我对她说:“妈咪,视觉对每个人都很重要,所以应该是我们的眼睛。”

爱学习   She looked at me and told me, "You are learning fast, but the answer is not correct because there are many people who are blind."

  她看着我,对我说:“你学的很快,但还是不对,因为有许多人是盲人。”

  Over the years, Mother asked me a couple more times and always her answer was, "No, but

  you are getting smarter every year, my child."

  往后的年日里她又问了我几次,但她总是回答:“不对,可是孩子啊,你每年都有进步喔。”

爱学习   Then last year, my Grandpa died. Everybody was hurt. Everybody was crying. My Mom looked at me when it was our turn to say our final good-bye to Grandpa. She asked me, "Do you know the most important body part yet, my dear?"

  去年我祖父去世,每个人都很伤心,大家都哭了。轮到我们向爷爷做最后的告别时,妈妈看着我,问我:“宝贝,你知道身体最重要的部位了吗?”

  I was shocked when she asked me this now. I always thought this was a game between her and me. She saw the confusion on my face and told me, "This question is very important. It shows that you have really lived your life." I saw her eyes well up with tears. She said, "My dear, the most important body part is your shoulder."

  她在这时候问我这个问题,令我吓了一大跳。我一直以为这只是我和她之间的游戏。她看我一脸迷惑的样子,对我说:“这问题很重要,它是你真正理解生活的标志。”我看她眼睛里充盈着泪水,她说:“宝贝,最重要的部位是你的肩膀。”

  I asked, "Is it because it holds up your head?"

  我问:“是因为它能支撑脑袋吗?”

  She replied, "No, it is because it can hold the head of a friend or loved one when they cry. Everybody needs a shoulder to cry on sometime in life, my dear. I only hope that you have enough love and friends that you will have a shoulder to cry on when you need it."

爱学习   她回答说:“不,是因为让我们的朋友、我们所爱的人哭泣的时候,它可以给予依靠。宝贝,每个人在一生中都会有需要一个可以靠着哭泣的肩膀的时候。我只是希望当你需要时,会有足够的爱人和朋友,给你一个可倚靠哭泣的肩膀。”

  Then and there I knew the most important body part is not a selfish one. It is sympathetic to the pain of others.

爱学习   从那时起,我知道身体最重要的部位不是利己的部位,而是对别人的痛苦能感同身受的部位。


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