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Each of us makes the choices, and who we are going to be depends on the choices we make.
You are the most important role in your life, never let anybody else be the major character.
Good or bad we must all live.
The greatest thing is, at any moment, to be willing to give up who we are in order to become all that we can be.
All that you have lost can be won back bit by bit as long as you wish for it.
The darkest nights produce the brightest stars.
Sometimes, people think a lot and that's what kills us.
One needs three things to be truly happy: some thing to do, some one to love, some thing to hope for.
When you finally let go of the past, something better comes along.


只看该作者 沙发  发表于: 03-13

George Herbert
Sweet day, so cool, so calm, so bright, The bridal of the earth and sky;
美好的白昼,如此凉爽、沉静、明亮, 仿佛天空和大地喜结连理;
The dew shall weep thy fall tonight, For thou must die.
但今晚露珠将为你的落幕而悲伤, 因为你终归难逃一死。
Sweet rose, shoes hue, angry and brave, Bids the rash gazer wipe his eye;
可爱的玫瑰,你的娇容,绯红夺目, 令鲁莽的花痴忙着把眼睛擦拭;
Thy root is ever in its grave, And thou must die. Sweet spring, full of sweet days and roses,
但你的根永远连着它的坟墓, 终归免不了一死。美好的春天,满载美好的白昼和玫瑰,
A box where sweets compacted lie; My music shows ye have your closes, And all must die.
好似装满各样妙物的芬芳匣子;但我的诗分明唱起了你的挽歌, 万物终归有生有死。
Only a sweet and virtuous soul, Like seasoned timber, never gives;
惟有一颗美好而高尚的心灵, 犹如风干的木材,永不腐烂;
But though the whole world turn to coal, Then chiefly lives.
即使整个世界化为灰烬, 它依然风骨不散。


只看该作者 板凳  发表于: 03-13
In my family, it's just my dad, my mom and me. Yup[1]! I'm the only child. It's very tough[2] to be the only child, having all the attention and focus on you. A lot of people think that being the only child makes me get whatever I want. I always reply to them with a straight-to-the-point[3], "No." I had to work for the things I wanted, I had to maintain my grades and behave well. Sometimes I wished there were other people my parents would pay attention to, not only me, so at least some pressure was taken off.


Once in a while, my friends complain about how their siblings annoy them so much. They tell stories of their brother or sister bossing them around the house, teasing[4] them, and telling on[5] them to their parents. Even though their stories seem like something I too would get very mad at[6], secretly I wish I had what they did. I am indeed quite jealous.  


I've always wanted a brother or a sister, ideally[7] an older one. I always mention to my friends that I want one and they reply with an "OMG[8]! Don't say that! You'll regret it" or "You want mine?" They say that I'm lucky to be the only child, but I'm pretty sure that if they were in my position they would want the same thing. They don't know how it feels to be the "only" one. It does get pretty lonely you see. You don't really have anyone to talk to at home and you worry about who's going to be there with you once your parents are gone.


My friend from freshman[9] year had a terrible accident during PE when we were playing Frisbee[10] one time. A guy from the opposing team crashed[11] into her and her forehead started bleeding a whole lot. They eventually called her brother out of class to wait and take care of her until their mom arrived. I thought it was so cute that he tried to calm her down; it was such a heartfelt[12] moment. The connection they had was what I would call … priceless. I was very jealous knowing that I would never have such a relationship with someone I can call my "brother".


There was also a time when my friend told me that she spent the weekend with her sister. They went shopping and all that good girly stuff. I always imagined that if I did have an older sister, I would tell her everything and we would have a ton of fun! She would be the person I trusted the most, the one that I'd ask for help when I need it.


I overcome my jealousy by surrounding myself with great friends who I can treat as my long lost siblings. I hope they'll always be there with me through everything because I know I need them.

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