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首页 新东方美文背诵30篇.doc

新东方美文背诵30篇.doc

新东方美文背诵30篇.doc

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简介:本文档为《新东方美文背诵30篇doc》,可适用于文学艺术领域,主题内容包含生而为赢新东方英语背诵美文篇目录:第一篇:Youth青春第二篇:ThreeDaystoSee(Excerpts)假如给我三天光明(节选)第三篇:Co符等。

生而为赢新东方英语背诵美文篇目录:第一篇:Youth青春第二篇:ThreeDaystoSee(Excerpts)假如给我三天光明(节选)第三篇:CompanionshipofBooks以书为伴(节选)第四篇:IfIRest,IRust如果我休息我就会生锈第五篇:Ambition抱负第六篇:WhatIhaveLivedfor我为何而生第七篇:WhenLoveBeckonsYou爱的召唤第八篇:TheRoadtoSuccess成功之道第九篇:OnMeetingtheCelebrated论见名人第十篇:ThePercentTheoryofLife生活理论半对半第十一篇:WhatisYourRecoveryRate你的恢复速率是多少?第十二篇:ClearYourMentalSpace清理心灵的空间第十三篇:BeHappy快乐第十四篇:TheGoodnessoflife生命的美好第十五篇:FacingtheEnemiesWithin直面内在的敌人第十六篇:AbundanceisaLifeStyle富足的生活方式第十七篇:HumanLifeaPoem人生如诗第十八篇:Solitude独处第十九篇:GivingLifeMeaning给生命以意义第二十篇:RelishtheMoment品位现在第二十一篇:TheLoveofBeauty爱美第二十二篇:TheHappyDoor快乐之门第二十三篇:BorntoWin生而为赢第二十四篇:WorkandPleasure工作和娱乐第二十五篇:Mirror,MirrorWhatdoIsee镜子,镜子,告诉我第二十六篇:OnMotesandBeams微尘与栋梁第二十七篇:AnOctoberSunrise十月的日出第二十八篇:ToBeorNottoBe生存还是毁灭第二十九篇:GettysburgAddress葛底斯堡演说第三十篇:FirstInauguralAddress(Excerpts)就职演讲(节选)第一篇:Youth青春YouthYouthisnotatimeoflifeitisastateofminditisnotamatterofrosycheeks,redlipsandsupplekneesitisamatterofthewill,aqualityoftheimagination,avigoroftheemotionsitisthefreshnessofthedeepspringsoflifeYouthmeansatemperamentalpredominanceofcourageovertimidity,oftheappetiteforadventureovertheloveofeaseThisoftenexistsinamanofmorethanaboyofNobodygrowsoldmerelybyanumberofyearsWegrowoldbydesertingouridealsYearsmaywrinkletheskin,buttogiveupenthusiasmwrinklesthesoulWorry,fear,selfdistrustbowstheheartandturnsthespiritbacktodustWhetheror,thereisineveryhumanbeing’sheartthelureofwonders,theunfailingappetiteforwhat’snextandthejoyofthegameoflivingInthecenterofyourheartandmyheart,thereisawirelessstationsolongasitreceivesmessagesofbeauty,hope,courageandpowerfrommanandfromtheinfinite,solongasyouareyoungWhenyouraerialsaredown,andyourspiritiscoveredwithsnowsofcynicismandtheiceofpessimism,thenyou’vegrownold,evenatbutaslongasyouraerialsareup,tocatchwavesofoptimism,there’shopeyoumaydieyoungat第二篇:ThreeDaystoSee(Excerpts)假如给我三天光明(节选)ThreeDaystoSeeAllofushavereadthrillingstoriesinwhichtheherohadonlyalimitedandspecifiedtimetoliveSometimesitwasaslongasayear,sometimesasshortashoursButalwayswewereinterestedindiscoveringjusthowthedoomedherochosetospendhislastdaysorhislasthoursIspeak,ofcourse,offreemenwhohaveachoice,notcondemnedcriminalswhosesphereofactivitiesisstrictlydelimitedSuchstoriessetusthinking,wonderingwhatweshoulddoundersimilarcircumstancesWhatevents,whatexperiences,whatassociationsshouldwecrowdintothoselasthoursasmortalbeings,whatregretsSometimesIhavethoughtitwouldbeanexcellentruletoliveeachdayasifweshoulddietomorrowSuchanattitudewouldemphasizesharplythevaluesoflifeWeshouldliveeachdaywithgentleness,vigorandakeennessofappreciationwhichareoftenlostwhentimestretchesbeforeusintheconstantpanoramaofmoredaysandmonthsandyearstocomeTherearethose,ofcourse,whowouldadopttheEpicureanmottoof“Eat,drink,andbemerry”ButmostpeoplewouldbechastenedbythecertaintyofimpendingdeathInstoriesthedoomedheroisusuallysavedatthelastminutebysomestrokeoffortune,butalmostalwayshissenseofvaluesischangedHebecomesmoreappreciativeofthemeaningoflifeanditspermanentspiritualvaluesIthasoftenbeennotedthatthosewholive,orhavelived,intheshadowofdeathbringamellowsweetnesstoeverythingtheydoMostofus,however,takelifeforgrantedWeknowthatonedaywemustdie,butusuallywepicturethatdayasfarinthefutureWhenweareinbuoyanthealth,deathisallbutunimaginableWeseldomthinkofitThedaysstretchoutinanendlessvistaSowegoaboutourpettytasks,hardlyawareofourlistlessattitudetowardlifeThesamelethargy,Iamafraid,characterizestheuseofallourfacultiesandsensesOnlythedeafappreciatehearing,onlytheblindrealizethemanifoldblessingsthatlieinsightParticularlydoesthisobservationapplytothosewhohavelostsightandhearinginadultlifeButthosewhohaveneversufferedimpairmentofsightorhearingseldommakethefullestuseoftheseblessedfacultiesTheireyesandearstakeinallsightsandsoundshazily,withoutconcentrationandwithlittleappreciationItisthesameoldstoryofnotbeinggratefulforwhatwehaveuntilweloseit,ofnotbeingconsciousofhealthuntilweareillIhaveoftenthoughtitwouldbeablessingifeachhumanbeingwerestrickenblindanddeafforafewdaysatsometimeduringhisearlyadultlifeDarknesswouldmakehimmoreappreciativeofsightsilencewouldteachhimthejoysofsound第三篇:CompanionshipofBooks以书为伴(节选)CompanionshipofBooksAmanmayusuallybeknownbythebookshereadsaswellasbythecompanyhekeepsforthereisacompanionshipofbooksaswellasofmenandoneshouldalwaysliveinthebestcompany,whetheritbeofbooksorofmenAgoodbookmaybeamongthebestoffriendsItisthesametodaythatitalwayswas,anditwillneverchangeItisthemostpatientandcheerfulofcompanionsItdoesnotturnitsbackuponusintimesofadversityordistressItalwaysreceivesuswiththesamekindnessamusingandinstructingusinyouth,andcomfortingandconsolingusinageMenoftendiscovertheiraffinitytoeachotherbythemutuallovetheyhaveforabookjustastwopersonssometimesdiscoverafriendbytheadmirationwhichbothentertainforathirdThereisanoldproverb,‘Loveme,lovemydog”Butthereismorewisdominthis:”Loveme,lovemybook”ThebookisatruerandhigherbondofunionMencanthink,feel,andsympathizewitheachotherthroughtheirfavoriteauthorTheyliveinhimtogether,andheinthemAgoodbookisoftenthebesturnofalifeenshriningthebestthatlifecouldthinkoutfortheworldofaman’slifeis,forthemostpart,buttheworldofhisthoughtsThusthebestbooksaretreasuriesofgoodwords,thegoldenthoughts,which,rememberedandcherished,becomeourconstantcompanionsandcomfortersBookspossessanessenceofimmortalityTheyarebyfarthemostlastingproductsofhumaneffortTemplesandstatuesdecay,butbookssurviveTimeisofnoaccountwithgreatthoughts,whichareasfreshtodayaswhentheyfirstpassedthroughtheirauthor’sminds,agesagoWhatwasthensaidandthoughtstillspeakstousasvividlyaseverfromtheprintedpageTheonlyeffectoftimehavebeentosiftoutthebadproductsfornothinginliteraturecanlongsurviveebutwhatisreallygoodBooksintroduceusintothebestsocietytheybringusintothepresenceofthegreatestmindsthathaveeverlivedWehearwhattheysaidanddidweseetheasiftheywerereallyalivewesympathizewiththem,enjoywiththem,grievewiththemtheirexperiencebecomesours,andwefeelasifwewereinameasureactorswiththeminthesceneswhichtheydescribeThegreatandgooddonotdie,eveninthisworldEmbalmedinbooks,theirspiritswalkabroadThebookisalivingvoiceItisanintellecttowhichonstilllistens第四篇:IfIRest,IRust如果我休息我就会生锈IfIRest,IRustThesignificantinscriptionfoundonanoldkey“IfIrest,Irust”wouldbeanexcellentmottoforthosewhoareafflictedwiththeslightestbitofidlenessEventhemostindustriouspersonmightadoptitwithadvantagetoserveasareminderthat,ifoneallowshisfacultiestorest,liketheironintheunusedkey,theywillsoonshowsignsofrustand,ultimately,cannotdotheworkrequiredofthemThosewhowouldattaintheheightsreachedandkeptbygreatmenmustkeeptheirfacultiespolishedbyconstantuse,sothattheymayunlockthedoorsofknowledge,thegatethatguardtheentrancestotheprofessions,toscience,art,literature,agricultureeverydepartmentofhumanendeavorIndustrykeepsbrightthekeythatopensthetreasuryofachievementIfHughMiller,aftertoilingalldayinaquarry,haddevotedhiseveningstorestandrecreation,hewouldneverhavebecomeafamousgeologistThecelebratedmathematician,EdmundStone,wouldneverhavepublishedamathematicaldictionary,neverhavefoundthekeytoscienceofmathematics,ifhehadgivenhissparemomentstoidleness,hadthelittleScotchlad,Ferguson,allowedthebusybraintogotosleepwhilehetendedsheeponthehillsideinsteadofcalculatingthepositionofthestarsbyastringofbeads,hewouldneverhavebecomeafamousastronomerLaborvanquishesallnotinconstant,spasmodic,orilldirectedlaborbutfaithful,unremitting,dailyefforttowardawelldirectedpurposeJustastrulyaseternalvigilanceisthepriceofliberty,soiseternalindustrythepriceofnobleandenduringsuccess第五篇:Ambition抱负AmbitionItisnotdifficulttoimagineaworldshortofambitionItwouldprobablybeakinderworld:withoutdemands,withoutabrasions,withoutdisappointmentsPeoplewouldhavetimeforreflectionSuchworkastheydidwouldnotbeforthemselvesbutforthecollectivityCompetitionwouldneverenterinconflictwouldbeeliminated,tensionbecomeathingofthepastThestressofcreationwouldbeatanendArtwouldnolongerbetroubling,butpurelycelebratoryinitsfunctionsLongevitywouldbeincreased,forfewerpeoplewoulddieofheartattackorstrokecausedbytumultuousendeavorAnxietywouldbeextinctTimewouldstretchonandon,withambitionlongdepartedfromthehumanheartAh,howunrelievedboringlifewouldbe!Thereisastrongviewthatholdsthatsuccessisamyth,andambitionthereforeashamDoesthismeanthatsuccessdoesnotreallyexistThatachievementisatbottomemptyThattheeffortsofmenandwomenareofnosignificancealongsidetheforceofmovementsandeventsnownotallsuccess,obviously,isworthesteeming,norallambitionworthcultivatingWhichareandwhicharenotissomethingonesoonenoughlearnsonone’sownButeventhemostcynicalsecretlyadmitthatsuccessexiststhatachievementcountsforagreatdealandthatthetruemythisthattheactionsofmenandwomenareuselessTobelieveotherwiseistotakeonapointofviewthatislikelytobederangingItis,initsimplications,toremoveallmotivesforcompetence,interestinattainment,andregardforposterityWedonotchoosetobebornWedonotchooseourparentsWedonotchooseourhistoricalepoch,thecountryofourbirth,ortheimmediatecircumstancesofourupbringingWedonot,mostofus,choosetodienordowechoosethetimeorconditionsofourdeathButwithinallthisrealmofchoicelessness,wedochoosehowweshalllive:courageouslyorincowardice,honorablyordishonorably,withpurposeorindriftWedecidewhatisimportantandwhatistrivialinlifeWedecidethatwhatmakesussignificantiseitherwhatwedoorwhatwerefusetodoButnomatterhowindifferenttheuniversemaybetoourchoicesanddecisions,thesechoicesanddecisionsareourstomakeWedecideWechooseAndaswedecideandchoose,soareourlivesformedIntheend,formingourowndestinyiswhatambitionisabout第六篇:WhatIhaveLivedfor我为何而生WhatIHaveLivedForThreepassions,simplebutoverwhelminglystrong,havegovernedmylife:thelongingforlove,thesearchforknowledge,andunbearablepityforthesufferingofmankindThesepassions,likegreatwinds,haveblownmehitherandthither,inawaywardcourse,overadeepoceanofanguish,reachingtotheveryvergeofdespairIhavesoughtlove,first,becauseitbringsecstasyecstasysogreatthatIwouldoftenhavesacrificedalltherestofmylifeforafewhoursforthisjoyIhavesoughtit,next,becauseitrelieveslonelinessthatterriblelonelinessinwhichoneshiveringconsciousnesslooksovertherimoftheworldintothecoldunfathomablelifelessabyssIhavesoughtit,finally,becauseintheunionofloveIhaveseen,inamysticminiature,theprefiguringvisionoftheheaventhatsaintsandpoetshaveimaginedThisiswhatIsought,andthoughitmightseemtoogoodforhumanlife,thisiswhatatlastIhavefoundWithequalpassionIhavesoughtknowledgeIhavewishedtounderstandtheheartsofmenIhavewishedtoknowwhythestarsshineAndIhavetriedtoapprehendthePythagoreanpowerbywhichnumberholdsswayabovethefluxAlittleofthis,butnotmuch,IhaveachievedLoveandknowledge,sofarastheywerepossible,ledupwardtowardtheheavensButalwaysitbroughtmebacktoearthEchoesofcriesofpainreverberateinmyheartChildreninfamine,victimstorturedbyoppressors,helplessoldpeopleahatedburdentotheirsons,andthewholeworldofloneliness,poverty,andpainmakeamockeryofwhathumanlifeshouldbeIlongtoalleviatetheevil,butIcannot,andItoosufferThishasbeenmylifeIhavefounditworthliving,andwouldgladlyliveitagainifthechancewereofferedme第七篇:WhenLoveBeckonsYou爱的召唤WhenLoveBeckonsYouWhenlovebeckonstoyou,followhim,thoughhiswaysarehardandsteepAndwhenhiswingsenfoldyou,yieldtohim,thoughtheswordhiddenamonghispinionsmaywoundyouAndwhenhespeakstoyou,believeinhim,thoughhisvoicemayshatteryourdreamsasthenorthwindlayswastethegardenForevenaslovecrownsyousoshallhecrucifyyouEvenasheisforyourgrowthsoisheforyourpruningEvenasheascendstoyourheightandcaressesyourtenderestbranchesthatquiverinthesun,soshallhedescendtoourrootsandshakethemintheirclingingtotheearthButif,inyourfear,youwouldseekonlylove’speaceandlove’spleasure,thenitisbetterforyouthatyoucoveryournakednessandpassoutoflove’sthreshingfloor,intotheseasonlessworldwhereyoushalllaugh,butnotallofyourlaughter,andweep,butnotallofyourtearsLovegivesnaughtbutitselfandtakesnaughtbutfromitselfLovepossessesnot,norwoulditbepossessed,forloveissufficientuntoloveLovehasnootherdesirebuttofulfillitselfButifyouloveandmusthavedesires,letthesebeyourdesires:TomeltandbelikearunningbrookthatsingsitsmelodytothenightToknowthepainoftoomuchtendernessTobewoundedbyyourownunderstandingofloveAndtobleedwillinglyandjoyfullyTowakeatdawnwithawingedheartandgivethanksforanotherdayoflovingTorestatthenoonhourandmeditatelove’secstasyToreturnhomeateventidewithgratitudeAndthentosleepwithapayerforthebelovedinyourheartandasongofpraiseuponyourlips第八篇:TheRoadtoSuccess成功之道TheRoadtoSuccessItiswellthatyoungmenshouldbeginatthebeginningandoccupythemostsubordinatepositionsManyoftheleadingbusinessmenofPittsburghhadaseriousresponsibilitythrustuponthemattheverythresholdoftheircareerTheywereintroducedtothebroom,andspentthefirsthoursoftheirbusinesslivessweepingouttheofficeInoticewehavejanitorsandjanitressesnowinoffices,andouryoungmenunfortunatelymissthatsalutarybranchofbusinesseducationButifbychancetheprofessionalsweeperisabsentanymorning,theboywhohasthegeniusofthefuturepartnerinhimwillnothesitatetotryhishandatthebroomItdoesnothurtthenewestcomertosweepouttheofficeifnecessaryIwasoneofthosesweepersmyselfAssumingthatyouhaveallobtainedemploymentandarefairlystarted,myadvicetoyouis“aimhigh”IwouldnotgiveafigfortheyoungmanwhodoesnotalreadyseehimselfthepartnerortheheadofanimportantfirmDonotrestcontentforamomentinyourthoughtsasheadclerk,orforeman,orgeneralmanagerinanyconcern,nomatterhowextensiveSaytoyourself,“Myplaceisatthetop”BekinginyourdreamsAndhereistheprimeconditionofsuccess,thegreatsecret:concentrateyourenergy,thought,andcapitalexclusivelyuponthebusinessinwhichyouareengagedHavingbeguninoneline,resolvetofightitoutonthatline,toleadinit,adopteveryimprovement,havethebestmachinery,andknowthemostaboutitTheconcernswhichfailarethosewhichhavescatteredtheircapital,whichmeansthattheyhavescatteredtheirbrainsalsoTheyhaveinvestmentsinthis,orthat,ortheother,herethere,andeverywhere“Don’tputallyoureggsinonebasket”isallwrongItellyouto“putallyoureggsinonebasket,andthenwatchthatbasket”Lookroundyouandtakenotice,menwhodothatnotoftenfailItiseasytowatchandcarrytheonebasketItistryingtocarrytoomanybasketsthatbreaksmosteggsinthiscountryHewhocarriesthreebasketsmustputoneonhishead,whichisapttotumbleandtriphimupOnefaultoftheAmericanbusinessmanislackofconcentrationTosummarizewhatIhavesaid:aimforthehighestneverenterabarroomdonottouchliquor,orifatallonlyatmealsneverspeculateneverindorsebeyondyoursurpluscashfundmakethefirm’sinterestyoursbreakordersalwaystosaveownersconcentrateputallyoureggsinonebasket,andwatchthatbasketexpenditurealwayswithinrevenuelastly,benotimpatient,forasEmersonsays,“noonecancheatyououtofultimatesuccessbutyourselves”第九篇:OnMeetingtheCelebrated论见名人OnMeetingtheCelebratedIhavealwayswonderedatthepassionmanypeoplehavetomeetthecelebratedTheprestigeyouacquirebybeingabletotellyourfriendsthatyouknowfamousmenprovesonlythatyouareyourselfofsmallaccountThecelebrateddevelopatechniquetodealwiththepersonstheycomeacrossTheyshowtheworldamask,oftenanimpressiveon,buttakecaretoconcealtheirrealselvesTheyplaythepartthatisexpectedfromthem,andwithpracticelearntoplayitverywell,butyouarestupidifyouthinkthatthispublicperformanceoftheirscorrespondswiththemanwithinIhavebeenattached,deeplyattached,toafewpeoplebutIhavebeeninterestedinmeningeneralnotfortheirownsakes,butforthesakeofmyworkIhavenot,asKantenjoined,regardedeachmanasanendinhimself,butasmaterialthatmightbeusefultomeasawriterIhavebeenmoreconcernedwiththeobscurethanwiththefamousTheyaremoreoftenthemselvesTheyhavehadnoneedtocreateafiguretoprotectthemselvesfromtheworldortoimpressitTheiridiosyncrasieshavehadmorechancetodevelopinthelimitedcircleoftheiractivity,andsincetheyhaveneverbeeninthepubliceyeithasneveroccurredtothemthattheyhaveanythingtoconcealTheydisplaytheirodditiesbecauseithasneverstruckthemthattheyareoddAndafterallitiswiththecommonrunofmenthatwewritershavetodealkings,dictators,commercialmagnatesarefromourpointofviewveryunsatisfactoryTowriteaboutthemisaventurethathasoftentemptedwriters,butthefailurethathasattendedtheireffortsshowsthatsuchbeingsaretooexceptionaltoformapropergroundforaworkofartTheycannotbemaderealTheordinaryisthewriter’sricherfieldI

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