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1.It is while you are patiently toiling at the little tasks of life that the meaning and shape of great whole of life dawn on you.
—P.Brooks
在你耐心地操劳于生活的琐事的过程中,你才能领悟整个生活的伟大意义和形象.
—布鲁克斯
2. Happiness is beneficial for the body , but it is grief that develops the powers of the mind.
—Marcel Proust, French writer
愉快有益于人的身体,但只有悲伤才能培养心灵力量。
—法国作家 普鲁斯 M
3. A certain amount of care or pain or trouble is necessary for every man at all times. A ship without a ballast is unstable and will not go straight.
-Arthur Schopenhauer
一定的忧愁、痛苦或烦恼,对每个人都是时时必需的。一艘船如果没有压舱物,便不会稳定,不能朝着目的地一直前进。
—德国哲学家叔本华
4. The golden age is before us, not behind us.
-Mark Twain
黄金时代在我们面前而不在我们背后。
–美国作家马克•吐温
5. If you want to understand today, you have to search yesterday.
–Pearl Buck
想要懂得今天,就必须探究昨天。
—美国女作家 赛珍珠
6. Goals determine what you are going to be.
—— Julius Erving
目标决定你将成为什么样的人。
—欧文
7. No man is angery that feels not himself hurt.
—–Bocon
每个愤怒的人都认为自己受到了伤害。
—-培根
8. Two persons cannot long be friends if they cannot forgive each other's little failings.
              --Jean de La Bruyere, French moralist
如果两个人对于彼此的小缺点不能相互原谅,他们的友谊便不能持久。
                 --法国道德家 拉布吕耶尔 J. D.
9. Life is the art of drawing sufficient conclusions from insufficient premises.
—( S. Butler )
生活是一种艺术,要在不充足的前提下得出充足的结论。
—(巴特勒)
注:sufficient:adj. 足够的, 充分的 [古]有能力的, 够资格的, 能胜任的
be sufficient for sb.'s needs. 足够满足某人的需要。
10. The tragedy of life is not so much what men suffer, but what they miss.
—( T. Carlyle )
生活的悲剧不在于人们受到多少苦,而在于人们错过了什么。
—(卡莱尔)
注: tragedy:n. 悲剧,惨事,灾难
e.g.It began as a jest and ended as a tragedy. 事情以玩笑开始,以悲剧告终。

11. We grow neither better nor worse as we grow old but more like ourselves. –( M. L. Becker )
随着年龄的增长,我们并不变得更好也不变得更坏,而是变得更象我们自己。
—(贝克尔)
12. There is only one success — to be able to spend your life in your own way.
–(C. Morley )
只有一种成功,那就是能够用自己的方式度过自己的一生。
–(莫利)
注: in one's own way: e.g.Do it (in) your own way if you don't like my way.如果你不喜欢我的办法,那就按你自己的办法去办吧。
13. When the fight begins within himself, a man's worth something.
—( R. Browning)
当一个人内心开始斗争时,他就有了价值。
—(布郎宁)
14. Happiness is a butterfly,which,when pursued, is always just beyond your grasp, but which, if you will sit down quietly, may alight upon you.
-N.Hawthorn
幸福是一只蝴蝶,你要追逐它的时候,总是追不到;但是如果你悄悄地坐下来,它也许会飞落到你身上。
—(美国作家霍桑)
注: alight upon: 飞落在… 降落在…
pursue:vt. 追赶[踪, 捕, 击] 追随, 跟随; (疾病等)纠缠 求, 追求; 向… 求爱 进行, 从事, 实行。
pursue a calling.从事一种职业。
Illness pursued him till his death. 疾病一直纠缠着他, 直到他去世。
15. Choose a life of action,not of ostentation.–C.Nepos
要选择行动的一生,而不是炫耀的一生。—内波斯
注: ostentation:n. 夸耀; 炫耀; 卖弄; 风头主义, 讲排场, 虚饰
do sth. out of ostentation.为外表好看而做某事
16. Don't part with your illusions . When they are gone you may still exist , but you have ceased to live.
—(Mark Twain , American writer)
不要放弃你的幻想。当幻想没有了以后,你还可以生存,但是你虽生犹死。
—((美国作家 马克•吐温)
注:part with :跟…分手, 放弃, 丧失, 卖掉, 辞退。
illusion:n. 幻想
e.g.be under no illusion about [as to] sth. 对某事不存幻想。
cherish the illusion that … 错误地认为…
cease to:The great man ceased to think.这个伟人与世长辞了。
17. You can't build a reputation on what you are going to do.
—Henry Ford, American businessman
你不能靠你声称将要去做的事情来建立声誉。
—–美国实业家福特.H.
注: reputation:n. 名声; 名誉 声望, 名望 荣[信]誉, 体面; 著名
e.g.a man of no reputation.默默无闻的人; 没有声望的人
习惯用语:live up to one's reputation 不负盛名; 名副其实
lose [ruin] one's reputation 名誉扫地
make an evil reputation for oneself 弄得声名狼藉
18. Nothing is more fatal to happiness than the remembrance of happiness. ——–Andre Gide
没有什么比回忆幸福更令人痛苦的了。 ——安德鲁.纪德
注: remembrance:n. 记忆; 回忆; 追忆; 记忆力, 记性 纪念, 纪念品; 纪念碑; 备忘录 (pl.)致意, 问候。e.g. Give my remembrances to your family. 向你全家致意。
常用短语:bear [keep] in remembrance 记在心里。
escape one's remembrance 忘记, 记不得了。
fatal:adj. 命中注定的; 命运的; 致命的, 致死的; 毁灭性的 悲惨的; 不幸的; 严重的。e.g.The loss of all my money was fatal to my plan.
钱都亏损了, 把我的计划也毁灭了。
19. Weep no more , no sigh , nor groan. Sorrow calls no time that's gone .
—(John Fletcher , British dramatist )
别哭泣,别叹息,别呻吟;悲伤唤不回流逝的时光。
—(英国剧作家 弗莱沏. J.)
注:
sigh:n. 叹息声,叹息
e.g.“I wish I had finished this work.” she said with a sigh.我希望我完成了这项工作.”她叹口气说。
groan:n. 呻吟声;抱怨声,vt. 呻吟, 哼,(东西)发出嘎吱的响声,嘘(某人); 呻吟表示; 哼着说 .e.g.The speaker was groaned down by the audience. 演讲人被听众嘘下台来。
no time :e.g.All time is no time when it is past.光阴一去不复返。
20. If a jewel falls into the mire, it remains as precious as before; and though dust should ascend to heaven, its former worthlessness will not be altered.
—( AL Jaber )
宝石即使落在泥潭里,仍是一样可贵;尘土纵然扬到天上,还是没价值。
—(贾比尔)
注: mire:n. 泥潭; 淤泥; 矿泥; 泥浆。
【习惯用语】 drag sb. [sb.'s name] through the mire 使某人丢丑, 把某人搞臭, 使某人的名声受到玷污。
find oneself [be, stick] in the mire 陷在泥淖里, 陷入困境, 弄得一筹莫展。
ascend to: 升至; 追溯(到…时间)。
worthlessness: n.没有价值。

21. If winter comes , can spring be far behind ?
–( P. B. Shelley , British poet )
冬天来了,春天还会远吗?
—( 英国诗人, 雪莱. P. B.)
22. No man can be brave who considers pain the greatest evil of life; or temperate , who regards pleasure as the highest good.
—-(Cicero, ancient Roman statsman)
把痛苦视为生活中最大的祸害的人不可能勇敢;把欢乐视为生活中最美妙的人不会自我节制。 —-(古罗马政治家 西塞罗)

注: evil:adj. 邪恶的, 罪孽的 灾难性的, 不幸的; 不吉[祥]的。
习惯用语:Of two evils choose the less . [谚]两害相权取其轻。
Return good for evil. 以德报怨。
speak evil of 谗言; 诽谤。
St. Martin's evil 酩酊大醉
the evil one 恶魔, 魔鬼
The evils we bring on ourselves are the hardest to bear. [谚]自作孽不可活。
temperate:adj. 有节制的 不过分的, 适度的, 稳健的。
e.g. a man of temperate habits.有节制的人。
23. Live as though you intend to live forever, and work as though your strength were limit less. –(S. Bernhardt)
要这样生活,仿佛你寿命永恒;要这样工作,仿佛你精力无穷。–(波恩哈特)
24. Don’t believe that winning is really everything. It’s more important to stand for something. If you don’t stand for something, what do you win? —-( Lane Kirkland )

不要认为取胜就是一切,更重要的是要有信念。倘若你没有信念,那胜利又有什么意义呢? —(柯克兰)
注:Stand for:是…的缩写,代表,主张
e.g.We stand for self-reliance.我们主张自立更生。
25. Look everything as though you were seeing it either for the first or last time, then your time on the earth will be filled with glory. ——John Wayne
看什么东西都好像看第一眼或最后一眼,那么你在世上的日子便会充满光彩
——韦恩
注: be filled with:充满。e.g.She seemed to be suddenly filled with energy.她好像突然间就充满了活力。
glory:n. 光荣, 荣誉,壮丽, 辉煌, 灿烂 可赞美的事 繁荣, 昌盛 兴致勃勃, 得意扬扬 。
习惯用语:
be in one's glory [口]在极得意[开心]时
cover oneself with glory 满载荣誉, 取得辉煌胜利
Eternal glory to … 永垂不朽
go to glory [口]升天, 死

26. A man can fail many times, but he isn't a failure until he begins to blame somebody else.
—-J. Burroughs. Averican naturalist 
一个人可以失败多次,但是只要他没有开始责怪旁人,他还不是一个失败者。
–美国博物学家巴勒斯. J. 
注:blame:vt. 责备, 谴责; 找…的差错 [口]埋怨, 怪, 把…归咎于, 推诿
Don't blame it on him, but on me. 别怪他, 该怪我。
put the blame at the door of another 把责任推到别人的头上 .
27. As fruit needs not only sunshine but cold nights and chilling showers to ripen it, so character needs not only joy but trial and difficulty to mellow it. —(Hugh Black, American writer)
水果不仅需要阳光,也需要凉夜,寒冷的雨水能使其成熟。人的性格陶冶不仅需要欢乐,也需要考验和困难。—(美国作家 布莱克 H)
注: chilling :冷却, 急剧冷却 。
ripen:vt. 使成熟。
e.g.Fruit ripen not well in the shade.果不向阳难成熟。
trial :考验; 磨难, 困难, 患难。e.g.Life is full of trials. 人生充满着磨难。
mellow :vt., vi. 使成熟 使老成
e.g.The years have mellowed the two brothers. 岁月使这兄弟俩老成持重了。
28. A smile is ever the most bright and beautiful with a tear upon it. What is the dawn without its dew? The tear, by the smile is made precious above the smile itself.
           --Susanne K. Langer, American Philosopher and educator
笑容带上泪珠总是最鲜艳、最娇美的。正如没有露水,还算什么清晨?而泪珠带上了笑容,就变得甚至比笑容还珍贵。
           --美国哲学家、教育家兰格 S. K.
注:1、“the most + 形容词原形”构成形容词的最高级。
  2、dew:名词,“露”
29. People of high intellectual endowments do not require
  similar ones in those they love. They are just the persons
  to appreciate the wholesome gush of natural feeling, the
  honest affection, the simple joy, the fullness of content-
  ment with what they love.
                —— Hawthorne
   富有才华的人不要求他们的爱人象自己一样出众。他们所欣赏的只是
   感情的自然流露、真诚的爱、朴素的乐趣以及与所爱的人在一起时的
   满足。
                   ——霍桑
30. Life is like an onion: You peel it off one layer at a time, and sometimes you weep.
—C.Sandburg
生活就像洋葱头:你只能一层一层地把它剥开,有时你还得流泪。
                       --桑德堡
注:onion:名词,“洋葱”
  peel off:去皮
  layer:名词,“层”
  at a time:每次
  weep:动词,“流泪、哭泣”

31. Fear not that thy life shall come to an end, but rather fear that it shall never have a beginning.
                          --J. H. Newman
不要害怕你的生活将要结束,应该担心你的生活永远不曾真正开始。
                          --纽曼
注: 1、thy:your的古时用法
2、come to an end:终止、结束
32. Do not, for one repulse, forgo the purpose that you resolved to effort. ( Shakespeare )
不要只因一次挫败,就放弃你原来决心想达到的目的。(莎士比亚)
注释:repulse,名词,“击退、严拒”
   forgo,动词,“放弃、作罢”
   resolve,动词,“决定、决心要”
33. Well is it known that ambition can creep as well as soar.
                     —- Burke
众所周知,胸有大志者能屈能伸。
           —-伯克
注:1、well is it known是个倒装句,有强调的意味。正常语序是It is well known。
  2、as well as:也、又
  3、ambition:“野心、雄心”,后面常与to be/do sth.连用。
  4、creep:动词,“爬、蹑手蹑脚”
  5、soar:动词、“高飞、昂扬”
34. If we command our wealth, we shall be rich and free, if our wealth commands us, we are poor indeed.
                —— Edmund Burke
如果我们能支配我们的财富,我们就会变得富裕而自由;如财富支配了我们,我们就会变得贫穷。
               ——E•伯克
35. If you get simple beauty and nought else, you get about the best things God invents.
                —— Robert Browning
只要你拥有纯真的美,你就拥有了上帝创造的最好的东西。
               ——罗伯特•布朗宁
36. Whenever you have an aim you must sacrifice something of freedom to attain it.
             —— William Somerset Maugham
不论什么时候,只要你有一个目标,就得牺牲一定的自由去实现它。
    
            ——W•S•毛姆
37. Nobody who considers himself a patriot fights with fear.
                —— W.A.Bustamante
爱国的人对战斗无所畏惧。
              —— W.A.巴斯塔曼特
38. We choose our friends by instinct, but we keep them by judgement.
                —— Alfred Capus
我们选择朋友靠的是本能,而保持友谊靠的是判断。
                  ——A•卡普斯
39. Dare and the world always yields. If it beats you sometimes, dare it again and again and it will succumb.
                —— W.M.Thackeray
你勇敢,世界就会让步。如果有时它战胜你,你要不断地勇敢再勇敢,它就会屈服。
                   —— W.M. 萨克雷
40. Nothing is beneath you if it is in the direction of your life.
                —— R. W. Emerson
只要符合你的人生方向,什么样的工作都不低下。
                —— R.W.爱默生

41. We have no right to consume happiness without producing
it than to consume wealth without producing it.
                ——G. B. Shaw
如果我们不能创造幸福,我们就没有权利去享受幸福;正如
   我们如果不能创造财富;也就没有权利去享用财富一样。
                   ——萧伯纳
42. Optimism is a good characteristic, but if carried to an excess it becomes foolishness.
                —— Theodore Roosevelt
乐观是种优秀品质,但如过分乐观就是愚蠢了。
               —— 西奥多•罗斯福
43. To be a leader of men, one must turn one's back on men.
                —— Havelock Ellis
如果想做人们的领导者,就必须以后背对他们。
              —— 哈夫洛克•艾里斯
44. A liar will not be believed, even when he speaks the truth.
                —— Aesop
一个骗子即使在说真话时,旁人也不会相信。
              —— 伊索
45. I can resist everything except temptation.
                —— Oscar Wilde
除了诱惑我什么都能抵抗。
               —— 奥斯卡•王尔德
46. Every man desires to live long, but no man would be old.
                —— Jonathan Swift
人人都希望长寿,但没人愿意变老。
               —— 乔纳森•斯威夫特
47. Three who come unbidden: love, jealousy, fear.
                —— Carl Sandburg
三种东西不招自来:爱情、嫉妒和恐惧。
              —— 卡尔•桑德堡
48. Tell a man he is brave, and you help him to become so.
                —— Thomas Carlyle
告诉一个人他很勇敢,就会把他变得勇敢。
              —— 托马斯•卡莱尔
49. To respect a person is not possible without knowing him.
                ——Erich Fromm
  不了解一个人却要尊敬他,那是不可能的。
              —— 埃立克•弗洛姆
50. He conquers twice, who upon victory overcomes himself.
                —— Francis Bacon
在胜利后能控制自己的人赢得了第二个胜利。
              —— 培根
51. Naked came I into this world, and naked must I go out.
                —— Cervantes
我赤裸裸地来到这个世界,也要赤裸裸的离去。
              —— 塞万提斯
52. Passion, though a bad regulator, is a powerful spring.
                —— Emerson
激情虽难以驾驭,却是种强大的动力。
              —— 爱默生
53. Garve your name on hearts and not on marbles.
                —— Joseph Addison
把你的名字刻在人们的心里,而不是大理石上。
              —— 约瑟夫•艾迪生
54. There is time to speak and a time to be silent.
                —— Caxton
  该说话时说话,该沉默时沉默。
              —— 卡克斯顿
55. People with tact have less to retract.
                —— Arnold Glasgow
  智者悔少。   —— 阿诺德•格拉斯哥
56. To do injustice is more disgraceful than to suffer it.
                —— Plato
  制造不公比承受不公更可耻。
              —— 柏拉图
57. Some folks never exaggerate—-they just remember big.

                —— Audrey Snead
  有些人从来不夸张——-他们只是记错了。
              —— 奥德丽•斯尼德
58. Only God is in a position to look down on anyone.

                ——Sarah Brown
  只有上帝才处于可以俯视所有人的位置。
              —— 萨拉•布朗 
59. The miracle is this-the more we share, the more we have.
  Leonard Nimoy
                —— Audrey Snead
  神奇的是我们分享的越多,我们拥有的也越多。
              —— 伦纳德•尼莫哀
60. There is a limit at which forbearance ceases to be a virtue.
                —— Edmund Burke
  忍耐超过了一定的限度便不再是美德了。
              —— 埃德蒙•伯克

61. Wit is the epitaph of an emotion.
                —— Nietzche
理智是情感的墓志铭。    —— 尼采
62. If you smile when no one else is around, you really mean it.
                —— Andy Rooney
如果你独自一个时笑了,那是真心的笑。
                  —— 安迪•鲁尼
63. Wonders are many, and nothing is more wonderful than man.
                —— Sophocles
  天下奇迹无数,却无一比人更奇妙。
              —— 索福克勒斯
64. The proper function of man is to live, but not to exist. Jack
                —— London
  人应该生活,而非单纯生存。
              —— 杰克•伦敦
65. Misers are no fun to live with, but they make great ancestors.
                —— Tom Snyder
  与吝啬鬼生活毫无乐趣,但他们却为后人称道不已。
              —— 汤姆•斯尼德
66. Conquer fear of death and you are put into possession of your life.
                —— G.Meredith
  战胜对死亡的恐惧才能真正享受生命。
              —— G•梅瑞蒂斯
67. He that is once born, once must die.
                —— Herbert
  有生必有死。     —— 赫伯特
68. The more alternatives, the more difficult the choice.
                —— Abbe D'Allaiva
  选择越多,愈难抉择。
             —— 阿贝•德拉维尔
69. Good company on the road is the shortest cut.
                ——Oliver Goldsmith
有了好的旅伴,旅途就变得无比短暂。
          —— 奥利弗•哥尔德斯密斯斯密斯
70. where there is marriage without love,there will be love without marriage.
                ——Benjamin Frankin
 没有爱情的婚姻,就会有没有婚姻的爱情。
              —— 本杰明•富兰克林
71. Love, friendship, respect, do not unite people as much as a commom hatred for something.
                ——Chekhov
 爱情,友谊和尊敬都不如对某物的共同的恨那样能把人们团结起来。
                  —— 契诃夫
72. You'll never move others, heart to heart, unless your speech comes from your heart.
                ——Goethe
如果你说的话并非发自你的内心,你就不可能触动别人的心弦。
                  —— 歌德
73. In a successful marriage, there is no such thing as one's way. There is only one way for both, only the bumpy, dusty, difficult, but always mutual path.
                ——Phyllis Mcginley
  在成功的婚姻中,没有谁自己的路的说法,有的只是两个人的路,或许坎坷不平,风尘满程,困难重重,却永远是两个人共同的路。
                 —— 菲利斯•麦舍利

74. Success can be only one ingredient in happiness, and is too dearly purchased if all the other ingredients have been sacrificed to obtain.
               ——Bertrand Russell
成功只能是幸福的一个因素,如果为了获得成功而牺牲其他幸福的因素,那就未免得不偿失了。
                  —— 罗素
75. A marriage without conflict is almost as inconceivable as a nation without crisis.
                —— A. Maurois
没有冲突的婚姻和没有危机的国家一样,几乎无法想象。
                  —— A•莫洛亚
76. Culture itself is neither education nor law making, it is an atmosphere and a heritage.
                —— H.L.Menken
文化本身既不是教育,也不是立法, 它是一种氛围,一种遗产。
                  —— 门肯。
77. A man, if he is wise, learns that the world will
not end when he makes an error; that there is always a new day and another chance.
                —— W.A.Peterson
一个人, 如果是明智的, 应晓得世界并不因为他的失败或做错事而终结;总会有新的一天和机会。
                  —— W.A.彼得逊
78. Happiness is not something you experience; it's something you remember.
—O.Levant, Ameican pianist
幸福不是你经历的事,而是你记得的事。
—美国钢琴家利万特 .
79. It is not enough to be industrious, so are the ants. What are you industrious for? 。
—— H. D. Thoreau
光勤劳是不够的,蚂蚁也是勤劳的。要看你为什么而勤劳。
—梭罗
注: industrious:adj. 勤奋的;刻苦的
The Chinese are an industrious nation.
中华民族是个勤劳的民族。
80. Good company on the road is the shortest cut.
                ——Oliver Goldsmith
有了好的旅伴,旅途就变得无比短暂。
          —— 奥利弗•哥尔德斯密斯斯密斯

81. The important thing in life is to have a great aim , and the determination to attain it.
Johan Wolfgang von Goethe , German Poet and dramatist
人生重要的事情就是确定一个伟大的目标,并决心实现它。
——–德国诗人、戏剧家 歌德 . J . M .
82. When an end is lawful and obligatory, the indispensable means to is are also lawful and obligatory .
Abraham Lincoln , American statesman
如果一个目的是正当而必须做的,则达到这个目的的必要手段也是正当而必须采取的。
——–美国政治家 林肯. A.
83. Take time to deliberate; but when the time for action arrives, stop thinking and go in.
                      ——J. Andrew
做事应考虑,但时机既至,即须动手,切莫犹豫。
                      ——安德鲁
84. A true friend is one who overlooks your failures and tolerates your successes.
                —— Doug larson
  真正的朋友从不追究你的过错,也从不嫉妒你的成功。
                 —— 道格•拉森
85. The best proof of love is trust.
                ——Joyce Brothers
  爱的最好的证明就是信任。
                 —— 乔伊斯•布拉泽斯
86. Love is an active power in man, a power which breaks through the walls which separate man from his fellow men, which unites him with others; love makes him overcome the sense of isolation and separateness, yet it permits to be himself, to retain his integrity.
                ——Erich Fromn
爱是活跃于人心中的一种力量,它冲破人与人之间的隔阂,使我们紧紧相连;它使我们战胜孤独无助,却仍使我们保持自我个性的独立完整。
                  —— 埃立克•弗洛姆 
87. Only the person who has faith in himself is able to be faithful to others.
                ——Erich Fromm
  只有对自己有信心的人才会对别人守信用。
              —— 埃立克•弗洛姆
88. You can fool all of the people some of the time,
and some of the people all of the time,
but you cannot fool all of the people all of the time.
                —— Abraham Lincoln
你可以一时蒙骗所有人,也可以永远蒙骗一些人,但不可能永远蒙骗所有人。
              ——林肯
89. A stitch in time saves nine.
                ——Charles Read
一针不缝九针难补,及时处理事半功倍。
                ——里德
90. What you do not want done to yourself, do not do to others.
                ——Confucius
己所不欲,勿施于人。
                 —— 孔子
91. Progress is the activity of today and the assurance of tomorrow.
                ——Emerson
    进步乃今日之努力,明日之保证。
                 —— 爱默生
92. Stray birds of summer come to my window to sing and fly away. And yellow leaves of autumn, which have no songs, flutter and fall, there with a sign.
夏天的飞鸟,飞到我的窗前唱歌,又飞去了。秋天的黄叶,它们没有什么可唱,只叹息一声,飞落在那里。
93. A troupe of little vagrants of the world, leave your footprints in my words.
世界上的一队小小的漂泊者呀,请留下你们的足印在我的文字里。
94. The world puts off its mask of vastness to its lover. It becomes small as one song, as one kiss of the eternal.
世界对着它的爱人,把它浩翰的面具揭下了。它变小了,小如一首歌,小如一回永恒的接吻。
95. Success often depends upon knowing how long it will take to succeed.
成功常常取决于知道需要多久才能成功。
-Charles Montesquieu(法国思想家孟德斯鸠)
96. Only those who have the patience to do simple things perfectly ever acquire the skill to do difficult things easily.
只有有耐心圆满完成简单工作的人,才能够轻而易举的完成困难的事。
-Friedrich Schiller(德国剧作家诗人席勒)
97. You have to believe in yourself. That's the secret of success.
你必须相信自己,这是成功的关键。
-Charles Chaplin(美国演员卓别林)
98. A lonely stranger in a strange land I am cast, I miss my family all the more on every festive day.
独在异乡为异客,每逢佳节倍思亲。
99. All I am, or can be, I owe to my angel mother.
我之所有,我之所能,都归功于我天使般的母亲。
100. All happy families are like one another; each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.
所有幸福的家庭都是相似的,而每个不幸的家庭各有各自的不幸。

101. The man who has never made a mistake will never make anything else.
                —— G.B. Shaw
  从不做错事的人其他事也作不成。
              —— 萧伯纳

102. What is the man's first duty? The answer is brief: to be himself.
                —— Henrik Ibsen
  一个人的首要职责是什么?答案很简单:做自己。
              —— 易卜生

103. Every person has two educations, one which he receives from others, and one, more important, which he gives himself.
——E Gibbon
每个人都接受两种教育, 一种来自别人,另一种更重要的来自自己。
               ——吉朋

104. The most important lesson you can learn from winning is that you can.
                ——Dave Weinbaum
从获胜中能得到的最重要的一点是你能获胜。
              ——戴夫•温鲍姆

105. Talent is the gift plus the passion–a desire to succeed so intense that no force on earth can stop it.
               ——Neil Simon
才能是天分加激情—强烈的成功愿望世界上任何力量都无法阻挡。
              ——尼尔•西蒙

106. You have to be first, best or different.
                —— Loretta Lynn
你必须是第一, 或者最好的, 或者与众不同。
              ——洛莱特•林恩

107. Happy are the families where the government of parents is the reign of affection, and of the children the submission to love. 幸福的家庭,父母靠慈爱当家,孩子也是出于对父母的爱而顺从大人。

108. A placid parent makes a placid home.
平和的父母创造温馨的家。

109. A good mother is worth a hundred schoolmasters.
一个好母亲相当于百个好老师。

110. The family is one of nature's masterpieces.
家庭是大自然创造的杰作之一。

111. It is wise father that knows his own child.
了解自己孩子的父亲是睿智的父亲。

112. It is the general rule that all superior men inherit the elements of superiority from their mother.
一切优秀的人通常都从他们的母亲那里继承优良的因素。

113. The greatest thing in family life is to take a hint when a hint is intended-and not to take a hint when a hint is not intended.
家庭生活中最重要的不仅是成员之间的心领神会,还需要心有灵犀一点通。

114. From your parents you learn love and laughter and how to put one foot before the other. But when books are opened you discover thatyou have wings.
你从父母那里学到爱,学到笑,学到怎样走路。可是一打开书本,你会发现有了翅膀。

115. Always bear in mind that :
your own resolution to succeed is more important than any one thing.
             ——Abraham Lincoln
   永远记住:你自己的取得成功的决心比什么都重要。
               ——林肯
注释:resolution
N.
坚定, 决心, 决定, 决议
116. Laziness is like a lock, which bolts you out of the storehouse of information and makes you an intellectual starveling.
             ——Bernard Shaw
   懒惰就象一把锁,锁住了知识的仓库,使你的智力变得匮乏。
              ——萧伯纳

117. Joys are our wings, sorrows are our spurs.
             ——Richter
欢乐是我们的双翼, 悲痛是我们的动力。
              ——里克特

118. It has been my philosophy of life that difficulties vanish when faced boldly.
             ——Issac Asimoy
如果勇敢的正视困难, 困难就会消失, 这一直是我的人生哲学。
              ——艾萨克•阿西莫艾

119. Absence to love is what wind is to fire. It extinguishes the small; it inflames the great.
(Roger de Bussy-Rabutin, French writer)
离别之于爱情好比风之于火,它能将小火熄灭,使大火熊熊燃烧。
(法国作家 比西——拉比旦.R.)

120. Before everything else, getting ready is the secret of success.
           ——Henry Ford
做好准备是成功的首要秘诀。
             ——亨利•福特

121. Genius is formed in quiet, character in the stream of life.
                ——Goethe
平静中产生天才,生活激流中创造个性。
              ——歌德
122. Education is the ability to listen to almost anything without losing your temper or self-confidence.
                ——Robert Frost
教育就是要使人具备一种能力, 可以听到任何话都不动怒或丧失自信。
              ——罗伯特•弗罗斯特
123. The beauty of the soul shines out when a man bears with composure one heavy mischance after another ,
not because he does not feel them ,
but because he is a man of high and heroic temper.
    Aristotle ,Nicomachean Ethics
人们泰然自若地承受接踵而至的灾难,
并不是由于感觉迟钝,
而是由于具有崇高和英勇的品质,
这时,尽管在厄运中,心灵美仍放射出灿烂光辉。
    亚里士多德:《伦理学》
124. A contented mind is the greatest blessing a man can enjoy in this world.
知足是人生在世最大的幸事。
-Joseph Addison(美国作家艾迪生)
125. If you would know the value of money, go and try to borrow some.
要想知道钱的价值,就想办法去借钱试试。
-Benjamin Franklin(美国总统富兰克林)
126. If you wish to succeed, you should use persistence as your good friend, experience as your reference, prudence as your brother and hope as your sentry.
如果你希望成功,当以恒心为良友,以经验为参谋,以谨慎为兄弟,以希望为哨兵。
-Thomas Edison(美国发明家爱迪生)
127. Health is certainly more valuable than money, because it is by health that money is procured.
健康当然比金钱更为重要,因为我们所赖以获得金钱的就是健康。
-Samuel Johnson(英国作家约翰逊)
128. That man is the richest whose pleasure are the cheapest.
能处处寻求快乐的人才是最富有的人。
-Henry David Thoreau(美国作家梭罗)
129. Sometimes one pays most for the things one gets for nothing.
有时候一个人为不花钱得到的东西付出的代价最高。
130. Will, work and wait are the pyramidal cornerstones for success.
意志、工作和等待是成功的金字塔的基石。
-Louis Pasteur(法国化学家巴斯勒)
131. All the splendor in the world is not worth a good friend.
人世间所有的荣华富贵不如一个好朋友。
-Voltaire(法国思想家伏尔泰)
132. There is a great different between exposure of the mind and that of the body.
表露思想和展露身体之间存在极大的不同。
-William Hazlitt(英国批评家散文家哈滋里特)
133. To travel hopefully is a better thing than to arrive, and the true success is to labor.
怀着希望去旅行比抵达目的地更愉快;而真正的成功在于工作。
-Robert Louis Stevenson(英国作家史蒂文森)
134. The greater a man is, the more distasteful is praise and flattery to him.
一个人越伟大,对表扬和奉承就越反感。
-John Burroughs(美国博物学家巴勒斯)
135. I might say that success is won by three things: first, effort; second, more effort; third, still more effort.
可以说成功要靠三件事才能赢得:努力,努力,再努力。
-Thomas Hardy(英国诗人小说家哈代)
136. Life is not long, and too much of it must not pass in idle deliberation on how it shall be spent.
                  ——Samuel Johnson
   人生不长,切不可花费太多的时间去考虑应该怎样度过这一辈子。
                   ——塞缪尔•约翰逊
137. From your parents you learn love and laughter and how to put one foot before the other. But when books are opened you discover that you have wings.
                ——Helen Hayes
你从父母那里学到爱,学到笑,学到怎样走路。可是一打开书本,你会发现你有了翅膀。
                ——海斯
138. In science the credit goes to the man who convinces the world, not to the man to whom the idea first occurs.
                ——William Osler
在科学上,功劳归于使全世界信服的人,而不归于首先有这种想法的人。
               ——威廉•奥斯勒
139. Never buy what you do not want because it is cheap; it will be dear to you.
                ——Thomas Jefferson
不要买虽然便宜但你并不需要的东西;因为它对你而言是非常昂贵的。
                 ——托马斯•杰弗逊
140. Don't gild the lily.
不要给百合花镀金/画蛇添足。 (英国剧作家 莎士比亚 . W .)

141. I can live for two months on a good compliment. (Mark Twain , American writer)
只凭一句赞美的话我就可以充实地活上两个月。(美国作家 马克•吐温)
142. It is no use doing what you like ; you have got to like what you do .
(Winston Churchill , British prime minister)
不能爱哪行才干哪行,要干哪行爱哪行。 (美国首相 丘吉尔. W.)
143. There is no situation in life but has its advantages and
  pleasures provided we will but take it as a joke when we
  find it.
                  ——Washington Irving
   人世间的任何境遇都有其优点和乐趣,只要我们愿意接受现实。
                   ——华盛顿•欧文
144. At twenty years of age , the will reigns; at thirty , the wit ; and at forty , the judgment .
二十岁时起支配作用的是意志,三十岁时是机智,四十岁时是判断。
145. Do you love life ? Then do not squander time ; for that's the stuff5 life is made of .
你热爱生命吗?那么,别浪费时间,因为生命是由时间组成的。
146. Fish and visitors smell three days .
鱼放三天发臭,客住三天讨嫌。
147. Never leave that until tomorrow , which you can do today .
今天的事不要拖到明天。
148. Time is money .
时间就是金钱。
149. Towering genius disdains a beaten path. He seeks regions hitherto unexplored.
                ——Abraham Lincoln
卓越的天才不屑走旁人走过的路。他寻找迄今未开拓的地区。
               —— 林肯
150. Errors, like straws, upon the surface flow; He who would search for pearls must dive below.
                ——John Dryden
错误就像浮在水面的稻草;要想寻找珍珠就得潜到他的下面。
               —— 约翰•德莱顿
151. A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.
手中的一只鸟胜于林中的两只鸟。—— Heywood 希伍德
152. A man may lead a horse to the water, but he cannot make it drink.
一个人可以把马带到河边,但他不能令它饮水。 —— Heywood 希伍德
153. Beggars cannot be choosers.
行乞者不得有选择。—— Heywood 希伍德
154. Bodily exercise, when compulsory, does no harm to the body; but knowledge which is acquired under compulsion obtains no hold on the mind.
                ——Plato
体育运动如果是出于强迫,不会有害于身体,但在强迫之下获得的知识,不能保留在头脑中。
                —— 柏拉图
155. The profoundest thought or passion sleeps as in a mine until an equal mind and heart finds and publishes it.
                ——Ralph Waldo Emerson
最深的思想或感情就如同深睡的矿藏,在等待着同样深沉的头脑与心灵去发现和开采。
               ——爱默生
156. If a man will begin with certainties, he shall end in doubts,but if he will be content to begin with doubts, he shall end in certainties.
                ——Francis Bacon
一个人如果从肯定入手,必定以疑问而告终;如果他乐于从疑问入手,则必定以肯定告终。
                   ——培根
157. To care for wisdom and truth and improvement of the soul is far better than to seek money and honor and reputation.
                ——Socrates
注重智慧、真理和灵魂的进步远比追求金钱、荣誉和名声要好得多。
               ——苏格拉底
158. Undertake not what you cannot perform, but be careful to keep your promise. .
                ——George Washington
不要承担你完成不了的事,但一定要信守诺言。
              ——乔治•华盛顿
159. Sell not virtue to purchase wealth, nor liberty to purchase power.
                ——Benjamin Franklin
不要出卖美德以换取财富,也不要用自由交换权力。
                ——本杰明•富兰克林
160. I would like to live to study,and not study to live..
                ——Francis Bacon
我愿意为了学习而活着,不愿意为了活着而学习。
              ——培根

161. All men have happiness as their object: There is no exception. However different the means they employ, they all aim at the same end.                
——Blaise Pascal
所有的人都以快乐幸福作为他们的目的:没有例外。不论他们所使用的方法是如何不同,大家都在朝着这同一个目标前进。
                    —— 帕斯卡
162. Life is a leaf of paper white, thereon each of us may write his word or two.
                ——Amy Lowell
  生活是一张白纸,每个人都在上面写上自己的一两句话。
                      ——洛威尔
163. We cannot change anything unless we accept it .Condemnation does not liberate it ,it oppresses.
    Jung ,Psychological Reflections
   对一件事情我们必先接受它,才能改变它。谴责并不能把我们从困扰中解脱出来,只会使之加剧。
    荣格:《分析心理学论文集》
164. The tragedy of life is not so much what men suffer, but what they miss.
           ——Thomas Carlyle
生活的悲剧不在于人们受多少苦,而在于人们没有得到什么。
                   ——托马斯•卡莱尔
165. The spirit of rejection finds its support in the consciousness of separateness ;the spirit of acceptance finds its base in the consciousness of unity.
    Tagore ,Letters to a Friend
   拒人千里源于分裂的意识,宽容大度源于统一和谐意识。
    泰戈尔:《致友人的信》
166. Work while you work;
Play while you play;
This is the way;
To be cheerful and gay.
工作时工作,
玩乐是玩乐,
依此方法做,
轻松与欢乐。—— A. D. Stoddart 斯道达特
167. If time being of things the most precious, wasting time must be the greatest prodigality.
                ——Benjamin Franklin
如果时间是最宝贵的东西那么浪费时间就是最大的浪费。
               ——本杰明•富兰克林
168. Don't aim for success if you want it; just do what you love and believe in, and it will come naturally.
                ——David Frost
如果你想成功,不要去刻意地追求成功。只要你干自己热爱的工作并相信它,成功就自然会到来。
               ——弗罗斯特
169. In a world as empirical as ours ,a youngster who does not know what he Is good at will not be sure what he is good for.
   Edgar Friedenberg ,The Vanishing Adolescent
   在我们这个经验的世界里,一个不懂得自己精通什么的青年不会确切地知道他的价值所在。
   埃德加•弗里登伯格:《消失的青少年》
   Skills vary with the man .We must tread a straight path and strive by that which is born in us. Pindar ,Odes
   技能因人而异、我们必须凭藉天生的资质引导我们执著前行,奋斗不息。
170. Don't aim for success if you want it; just do what you
  love and believe in, and it will come naturally.
                ——David Frost
   如果你想成功,不要去刻意地追求成功。只要你干自己热爱的工作并相信它,成功就自然会到来。
                   ——弗罗斯特
171. A man must not deny his manifest abilities ,for that is to evade his obligations.
   Robert Louis Stevenson ,The Treasure of Franchard
   一个人不应否认他明显的能力,因为那便是对责任的逃避。
   罗伯特•路易斯•史蒂文森:《弗朗查德的财宝》
   we may judge a man’s ability by three things :by what he has done (including the impression he has made on others ),by what he himself appears to believe he can do ,by our own dramatic imagination ,based on his immediate personality ,of what he might do. If these do not agree it is prudent to observe him further.
   Charles Horton Cooley ,Life and the Student
   我们可以根据三件事来判断一个人的能力:他已做过什么(包括他留给别人的印象),他“自认为他能做什么,根据他的个性揣度他可能做什么。如果三者不能统一还应审慎地做进一步观察。
   查尔斯•霍顿•库里:《生活与学生》
172. Try not to become a man of success but rather try to
  become a man of value.
                ——Albert Einstein
   不要为成功而努力,要为做一个有价值的人而努力。
                   ——爱因斯坦
173. All work is as seed sown; it grows and spreads, and
  sows itself anew.
                ——Thomas Carlyle
   一切工作都好象是播下的种子;它生长开花结籽,然后又重新
   播种。
                   ——托马斯•卡莱尔
174. The best preparation for good work tomorrow is to do
  good work today.
                ——Elbert Hubbard
   为明天所做的最好的准备工作就是把今天的工作做好。
                   ——E•哈伯德
175. We have no right to consume happiness without
  producing it than to consume wealth without prod-
  ucing it.
                ——G. B. Shaw
   如果我们不能创造幸福,我们就没有权利去享受幸福;正如
   我们如果不能创造财富;也就没有权利去享用财富一样。
                   ——萧伯纳
176. It is with narrow-souled people as with narrow-necked bottles;
the less they have in them the more noise they make in pouring out.
                ——Pope
   心胸狭窄的人就象细口瓶,里面装的东西越少,倒出时的噪音也就
   越大。
                   ——蒲伯
177. The good life is one inspired by love and guided by
knowledge.
                ——Bertrand Russell
   美好的生活是一种由爱所激励和由知识所指导的生活。
                   ——罗素

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