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      晨讀英語美文100篇:Of Studies2010-05-23
      Studies serve for delight, for ornament, and for ability. Their chief use for delight, is in privateness and retiring; for ornament, is in discourse; and for ability, is in the judgment, and disposition of business.
      晨讀英語美文100篇:How to Be Ture to Yourself2010-05-22
      My grandparents believed you were either honest or you weren't. There was no in between.
      晨讀英語美文100篇:Suppose Someone Gave You a Pen2010-05-20
      Suppose someone gave you a pen — a sealed, solid-colored pen. You couldn’t see how much ink it had. It might run dry after the first few tentative words or last just long enough to create a masterpiece (or several) that would last forever and make a difference in the scheme of things. You don’t know before you begin. Under the rules of the game, you really never know. You have to take a chance!
      晨讀英語美文100篇:Two Ways of Thinking of History2010-05-19
      There are two ways of thinking of history. There is, first, history regarded as a way of look
      晨讀英語美文100篇:The Props to Help Man Endure(2)2010-05-17
      晨讀英語美文100篇: Self-Esteem2010-05-16
      Self-esteem is the combination of self-confidence and self-respect—the conviction that you are competent to cope with life's challenges and are worthy of happiness. Self-esteem is the way you talk to yourself about yourself. Self-esteem has two interrelated aspects; it entails a sense of personal efficacy and a sense of personal worth.
      晨讀英語美文100篇:The Props to Help Man Endure(I)2010-05-16
      晨讀英語美文100篇:Night 夜2010-05-15
      Night has fallen over the country. Through the trees rises the red moon, and the stars are scarcely seen. In the vast shadow of night the coolness and the dews descend. I sit at the open window to enjoy them; and hear only the voice of the summer wind. Like black hulks, the shadows of the great trees ride at anchor on the billowy sea of grass.
      晨讀英語美文100篇:Relationship That Lasts2010-05-13
      I wish i could believe there was somebody who would love me forever. That's, as we all know, too romantic to be true. Instead, it will more often than not be a case of lasting relationship.
      晨讀英語美文100篇:Rush 匆匆2010-05-13
      I don't know how many days I have been given to spend, but I do feel my hands are getting empty. Taking stock silently, I find that more than eight thousand days have already slid away from me. Like a drop of water from the point of a needle disappearing into the ocean, my days are dripping into the stream of time, soundless, traceless. Already sweat is starting on my forehead, and tears welling up in my eyes.
      晨讀英語美文100篇: Address by Engels2010-05-12
      On the 14th of March, at a quarter to three in the afternoon, the greatest living thinker ceased to think. He had been left alone for scarcely two minutes, and when we came back we found him in his armchair, peacefully gone to sleep-but forever.
      晨讀英語美文100篇:A Tribute to the Dog2010-05-10
      The best friend a man has in the world may turn against him and become his enemy. His son or daughter that he has reared with loving care may prove ungrateful. Those who are nearest and dearest to us, those whom we trust with our happiness and our good name may become traitors to their faith.
      晨讀英語美文100篇:Knowledge and Virtue2010-05-10
      Knowledge is one thing, virtue is another; good sense is not conscience, refinement is not humility, nor is largeness and justness of view faith.