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2018年02月23日 04:48:17来源:中医大全

Shelly to Elizabeth HitchenerYour letter of the 1st hath this moment reached me. I answer it according to our agreement, which shall be inviolable. Truly did you say that, at our arising in the morning, nature assumes a different aspect.Who could have conjectured the circumstances of my last letter? Friend of my soul, this is terrible, dismaying it makes one's heart sink, it withers vital energy...Dear being, I am thine again; thy happiness shall again predominate over this fleeting tribute to self-interest. Yet who would not feel now? Oh'twere as reckless a task to endeavour to annihilate perception while sense existed, as to blunt the sixth sense to such impressions as these!—give me, dearest friend! I pour out my whole soul to you.I write by fleeting intervals my pen runs away with my senses. The impassionateness of my sensations grows upon me. Your letter, too, has much affected me. Never, with my consent, shall that intercourse cease which has been the day-dawn of my existence, the sun which has shed warmth on the cold drear length of the anticipated prospect of life.Prejudice might demand the sacrifice, but she is an idol to whom we bow not. The world might demand it; its opinion might require; but the cloud which flees over young mountain were as important to our happiness, to our usefulness. This must never be, never whilst this existence continues; and when Time has enrolled us in the list of the departed, surely this friendship will survive to bear our identity to heaven.What is love, or friendship? Is it something material—a ball, an apple, a plaything—which must be taken from one to be given to another? Is it capable of no extension, no communication? Lord Kaimes defines love to a particularization of the general passion. But this is the love of sensation, of sentiment——the absurdest of absurd vanities it is the love of pleasure, not the love of happiness.The one is a love which is self-centered, self-devoted, self-interested It desires its own interest; it is the parent of jealousy. Its object is the plaything which it desires to monopolize. Selfishness, monopoly, is its very soul, and to communicate to others part of this love were to destroy its essence, to annihilate this chain of straw.But love, the love which we worship,—virtue, heaven, disinterestedness— in a word, Friendship—which has as much to do with the senses as with yonder mountains; that which seeks the good of all—the good of its object first, not because that object is a minister to its pleasures, not merely because it even contributes to its happiness, but because it is really worthy, because it has powers, sensibilities, is capable of abstracting itself, and loving virtue virtue's own loveliness—desiring the happiness of others not from the obligation of fearing hell or desiring heavenbut pure, simple, unsophisticated virtue.You will soon hear again. Adieu, my dearest friend. Continue to believe that when I am insensible to your excellence, I shall cease to exist. Yours most sincerely, inviolably, eternally Percy S. 7。

  • 如果你想使一个人快乐,不要增加他的财产,而是要减少他的欲望 The secret of happinessOnce there lived a king of great strength and wealth.Yet he was not happy.He told his servants to find him things to make him happy,but each came back saying,"Noting in the world can match the wonderful things you have aly."Then in that land,there lived a poor man with a patch over one eye and a crutch to help him walk.Although he had little,he was always happy.When the king heard of this,he asked the man to teach him his secret."I never push." the man replied,"and I never rush.Most of all,I never wish too much."Then he smiled and was gone.If you would make a man happy,do not add to his possessions but subtract from his desires. 0190。
  • 33Plankton浮游生物33 Plankton浮游生物. Scattered through the seas of the world are billions of tons of small plants and animals called plankton. Most of these plants and animals are too small the human eye to see. They drift about lazily with the currents, providing a basic food many larger animals.Plankton has been described as the equivalent of the grasses that grow on the dry land continents, and the comparison is an appropriate one. In potential food value, however, plankton far outweighs that of the land grasses. One scientist has estimated that while grasses of the world produce about 9 billion tons of valuable carbohydrates each year, the sea’s plankton generates more than twice as much.Despite its enormous food potential, little effect was made until recently to farm plankton as we farm grasses on land. Now marine scientists have at last begun to study this possibility, especially as the sea’s resources loom even more important as a means of feeding an expanding world population.No one yet has seriously suggested that “ plankton-burgers” may soon become popular around the world. As a possible farmed supplementary food source, however, plankton is gaining considerable interest among marine scientists.One type of plankton that seems to have great harvest possibilities is a tiny shrimp-like creature called krill. Growing to two or three inches long, krill provides the major food the great blue whale, the largest animal to ever inhabit the Earth. Realizing that this whale may grow to 0 feet and weigh 0 tons at maturity, it is not surprising that each one devours more than one ton of krill daily.浮游生物数十亿吨的被称为"浮游生物"的小动物、植物散布在世界的海洋中这些小的动、植物大多太小而难以被人眼看到它们随波逐流,为许多较大的动物提供了基本的食物浮游生物曾被描述为生长在大陆陆地上的各种草类的海洋对应物这种比喻是恰当的然而就潜在的食物价值而言,浮游生物远胜于草类一位科学家曾经估计,世界上的草类每年生产大约90亿吨有用的碳水化合物,而海洋里的浮游生物每年生产的碳水化合物多于此数的两倍尽管浮游生物具备巨大的食物潜能,但直到最近人们还很少象种植草类那样付出努力养殖浮游生物现在,海洋科学家们至少已开始研究这种可能性全球人口不断扩张,海洋资源作为食品的重要性日益突出现在还没有人认真说过"浮游生物汉堡"会很快在世界上流行起来然而,作为一种可能养殖的补充性食物资源,浮游生物正引起了海洋科学家们相当大的兴趣一种似乎具有很大收获可能性的微小的虾状浮游生物被称为鳞虾鳞虾长至~3英寸长时即成为地球上曾居住过的最大动物--蓝鲸的主要食物成熟的蓝鲸可以达到0英尺长,0吨重,所以每头鲸每天吞食1吨多的鳞虾一点也不让人吃惊 6。
  • 情感英语:个恋人之间交流的实用短句 -- :01:5 来源:  1.You are turning me on  你让我眼睛为之一亮  各位男生不知有没有这样的经验,一位长发美女从你眼前走过,你的目光便不自觉地投射在她身上,全身的血液也开始跟着沸腾起来这要怎么用英文形容呢?这就叫turns me on这好像是说,把你身上的电源都给打开了  另外,turn-on 也可以当作名词用,它用来表示任何令你觉得很不错的人、事、物另外你可以说She is such a turn-on就是说她给我的感觉还蛮不错的  . Is there someone else?  你是不是有了新欢?  Is there someone else?这句话字面上是指“有其他人吗?”不过Is there someone else?这句话在使用上,问的那个“其他人”一定是感情上的“新欢,新对象”,所以若是情侣或是夫妻之间有人说了这句Is there someone else?“你是不是有了新欢?”这可就不太妙了  3 You sneak.  你很聪明狡猾  Sneak 指的是一个人很聪明,但是却很爱利用自己的一点小聪明去开别人的玩笑,或是捉弄人家下次碰到自己的心上人,没完没了地开自己的玩笑,你就可以跟他说 You sneak!  . This one is on me.  这个算在我头上  这句话适用于男性通常在和女朋友外出用餐或是跟一伙人一起吃喝后,到了付账时总是气氛尴尬,要是此时你撂下This one is on me!“这顿算我的!”相信大伙绝对会对你报以英雄式欢呼不过这种义气只能偶尔为之,不然苦的还是你自己  5. I feel the same way.  我有同感  当对方说出了你的感觉,你非常同意的时候,你就可以用上这句话I feel the same way.“我有同感”这句话不但可以让你避免把同样的话再讲一次,帮你省了不少口水,还可以让对方觉得自己的意见被尊重呢  6. I don't want to go and that's that.  我不想去,就是这样  That's that 通常是接在否定句后的,意思是:就这样了,不必再多说了这样的语气是很强烈的,通常听的人可能会不太高兴如果心上人不停地劝说你和他一起去看足球比赛,但是你真的很不喜欢, 也许一开始你只是很客气地说 I am not interested. 如果对方还是一直说个没完:What do you want me to do to change your mind? 这时你就可以不客气地说:I don't want it, and that's that. 通常他就会知道你是真的烦了  7. You shouldn't be so hard on yourself.  你不该这么苛责自己  这句话是用来安慰他人的,当有人对于自己太过苛责的时候,你就可以跟对方说这句话You shouldn't be so hard on yourself.“你不该这么苛责自己的”让对方心里好过一些  8. kick ass  了不起  男人也是有虚荣心的,也是喜欢别女人夸赞的,例如:  A: Wow, you fixed my computer in less than minutes. You're good. 哇! 你不到十分钟就把我的计算机修好了! 你真棒!  B: Yep. I just kick ass.  是的! 我就是了不起!  "kick ass" 除了字面意“踢屁股”外,还有“了不起、打败”的意思当“踢屁股”讲时,比如恋人有事放你鸽子了,你很生气,就可以说"I'm going to kick his ass." (我得踢他的屁股)当“了不起”讲时,就像上面例句一样用  9. I've gotten carried away.   我扯太远了  Get carried away字面上的意思是“被带走了”,那么被带走的是什么呢?就是心思当你或是他人说话的时候离了题,把话题扯远的时候,你就可以用上这个表达法I'veYou've gotten carried away.  It's not like that.这句话是用来辟谣的当对方误会了一件事的来龙去脉,你就可以跟他她说It's not like that.“不是那样的”当然随着语气及情境的不同,It's not like that.这句话也有可能是你用来死撑的一句话. It's not like that. 不是那样的 It's not like that.这句话是用来辟谣的当对方误会了一件事的来龙去脉,你就可以跟他她说It's not like that.“不是那样的”当然随着语气及情境的不同,It's not like that.这句话也有可能是你用来死撑的一句话 交流 实用 之间 恋人。
  • 你的生活目的和人生使命是什么呢?你把它写下来了吗?你是否重新审视过,经常思考这件事呢?你的生活都是围绕这个目标进行的吗?你是否设置一系列小目标来实现这个大目标呢? How many times have you heard the expression that most people spend more time planning their vacation than they do planning their lives. I would expand that expression by adding that most people spend more time "thinking" about their vacation than they do thinking about what's important in their life.While rest and relaxation are a must in living a balanced life, it's not what we were created to do. After all, the Master Creator took his Ramp;R (Rest and Recreation) on the seventh day, only after six days of "definitely directed thought."Wallace D. Wattles, wrote "There is no labor from which most people shrink as they do from that of sustained and consecutive thought; it is the hardest work in the world." And yet it is the first and primary labor of achievement.What is your life's purpose or your personal mission statement? Is it written down? Do you review it and think about it often? Is your life organized around your purpose and a set of goals that support that purpose?Without purpose and goals - definitely directed thought - you are like the proverbial "ship without a rudder." There is power in your purpose and in your goals. It is the power that takes you over obstacles, the fuel that propels you toward the life you envision. 736。
  • To Fanny Keats, July 18 My dear Fanny; I have been gaining strength some days it would be well if I could at the same time say I am gaining hopes of a speedy recovery. My constitution has suffered very much two or three years past, so as to be scarcely able to make head against illness, which the natural activity and impatience of my Mind renders more dangerous—It will at all events be a very tedious affair, and you must expect to hear very little alteration of any sort in me some time. You ought to have received a copy of my book ten days ago I shall send another message to the booksellers. One of the Mr. Wylies will be here today or tomorrow when I will ask him to send you George’s letter. Writing the smallest note is so annoying to me that I have waited till I shall see him. Mr. Hunt does every thing in his power to make the time pass as agreeably with me as possible. I the greatest part of the day, and generally take two half hour walks a day up and down the terrace which is very much pestered with cries, balld singers, and street music. We have been so untunate so long a time, every event has been of so depressing a nature that I must persuade myself to think some change will take place in the aspect of our affairs. I shall be upon the look out a trump card— Your affectionate Brother, John 75。
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