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英文哲理故事18篇

英文哲理故事(一):

Just Allocation

Ina hot afternoon, two farmers were enjoying the cool under the tree。 One

farmercalled L and the other called X。 both carried tasty bread as their lunch。 Ltookthree bread and X five。 A businessman passed by when they were ready to havelunch。

“goodafternoon, gentlemen。” The businessman greeted L and X。 the businessman wastires and hungry。 L and X invited him to have dinner together。

“Butwe three men how to separate three breads? ” L confused。

“Let’sput the breads together, then divide every one into three equal parts。” Xsuggested。

Cuttingand dividing the breads, they all got the exact one。

Eatingup the breads, the businessman insisted to pay and L and X have no idea but toget it。

Whenthe businessman went away, L and X counted the number of golden bills----eight。 “Eightbills, two person。 Four bills every one。” L said。

“It’sunjust,” X opposed loudly, “I had five breads and you just three, so I shouldget five bills and you three。”

Lreluctant to argue, neither would he gave X five bills。

“Let’sinvite our village manager Morwey’s house and tell all to him。 ” Thinking for awhile, Morwey replied: “The just way to distribute these bill is X take sevenbills and L one。”

“Pardon?”L screamed。

“Whyshould I posses seven?” Xalso felt strange。

AfterMorwey explained his reason clearly, both Land X had no dispute on thisallocation。

Wasthis really a just rule?

Answerthese questions before you decide whether it was just or not:

1。 Howmany small pieces the eight breads were divided into?

2。 Howmany pieces every one ate?

3。 Howmany small pieces did L’s breads?

4。 Howmany pieces L left for the businessman after he ate eight?

5。 Howmany small pieces did X’s breads were divided into?

6。 Howmany pieces X left for the businessman after he ate eight?

Thereason that Morwey only gave L one bill and X seven because the businessman ateeight pieces and only one was left from L’s while other seven pieces from X。

Tips:we always indignant mostly because we are used to scheming, but not counting。

翻译:公平的分配

一个炎热的下午,两个农民在一棵大树下乘凉。其中一个叫拉姆,另一个叫希亚。两个人都带着美味的面包充当午饭。拉姆带了3个面包,希亚带了5个。正当他们准备吃午饭的时候,一个商人飘过此地。

“下午好,两位先生。”商人向拉姆和希亚问候道。商人看起来又累又饿,所以拉姆和希亚邀请他和他们一齐吃午饭。

“但是我们有三个人怎样分这三个面包呢?”拉姆为难了。

“我们把面包放在一齐,再把每个面包切成均等的三块。”希亚推荐道。 把面包切开后,他们把面包平均分成三份,每个人都不多也不少。

吃完面包后,商人坚持要给他们钱。拉姆和希亚推辞不掉,只好收下。 待商人离开后,两人一数金币的数量――8个。

“8个金币,两个人。我们就每人4个金币。”拉姆说道。

“这不公平。”西亚大声反对,“我有5个面包,你只有3个。所以我就应拿5个金币,你只能拿3个。”

拉姆不想争吵,但他也不想给希亚5个金币。

“我们去找村长做裁决。他是个公正的人。”拉姆说道。

他们来到村长毛尔维的家,把整个事情的经过告诉了他。毛尔维想了很久,最后说:“分配这笔钱的公平办法就是希亚拿7个金币,拉姆拿1个。”

“什么?”拉姆惊叫道。

“我为什么该得7个?”希亚也觉得很奇怪。

当毛尔维把他的分配理由解释清楚后,拉姆和希亚打偶没有对这个分配再提出异议。

这真的是一个公平的裁决吗?

要明白毛尔维的裁决是否公平,就要先回答这些问题:

1、8个面包被切成了多少块?

2、每个人吃了多少块面包?

3、拉姆的面包被分成了多少块?

4、拉姆吃了8块面包,还剩几块留给商人?

5、希亚的面包被分成了多上块?

6、希亚吃了8块面包,还剩几块留给商人?

毛尔维决定只给拉姆一个硬币,而给希亚7个,是因为商人吃了8块面包,只有一块是从拉姆的面包中来的,而其余7块都是希亚的。

点示:我们愤愤不平,太多是因为我们只会算计,不会计算。

英文哲理故事(二):

The City Mouse and the Country Mouse

Once there were two mice。 They were friends。 One mouse lived in the country; the other mouse lived in the city。 After many years the Country mouse saw the City mouse; he said, "Do e and see me at my house in the country。" So the City mouse went。 The City mouse said, "This food is not good, and your house is not good。 Why do you live in a hole in the field? You should e and live in the city。 You would live in a nice house made of stone。 You would have nice food to eat。 You must e and see me at my house in the city。"

The Country mouse went to the house of the City mouse。 It was a very good house。 Nice food was set ready for them to eat。 But just as they began to eat they heard a great noise。 The City mouse cried, " Run! Run! The cat is ing!" They ran away quickly and hid。

After some time they came out。 When they came out, the Country mouse said, "I do not like living in the city。 I like living in my hole in the field。 For it is nicer to be poor and happy, than to be rich and afraid。"

城里老鼠和乡下老鼠

从前,有两只老鼠,它们是好朋友。一只老鼠居住在乡村,另一只住在城里。很多年以后,乡下老鼠碰到城里老鼠,它说:“你必须要来我乡下的家看看。”于是,城里老鼠就去了。乡下老鼠领着它到了一块田地上它自我的家里。它把所有最精美食物都找出来给城里老鼠。城里老鼠说:“这东西不好吃,你的家也不好,你为什么住在田野的地洞里呢?你就应搬到城里去住,你能住上用石头造的漂亮房子,还会吃上美味佳肴,你就应到我城里的家看看。”

乡下老鼠就到城里老鼠的家去。房子十分漂亮,好吃的东西也为他们摆好了。但是正当他们要开始吃的时候,听见很大的一阵响声,城里的老鼠叫喊起来:“快跑!快跑!猫来了!”他们飞快地跑开躲藏起来。

过了一会儿,他们出来了。当他们出来时,乡下老鼠说:“我不喜欢住在城里,我喜欢住在田野我的洞里。因为这样虽然贫穷但是快乐自在,比起虽然富有却要过着提心吊胆的生活来说,要好些。”

英文哲理故事(三):

粪堆里的小鸟

A little bird fly to south for the winter。 It was very cold, almost frozen bird。 Hence, fly to a large space, after a cow there, in a pile of cow dung upon the bird, frozen bird lying on the dunghill, feel very warm, gradually recovered, it is warm and fortable lying, and soon began to sing songs, a passing wildcat hear voices, see, follow the voice, wildcats quickly found lying on the dunghill, bird, pull it out。 The way of existence: not everyone to lead the dung upon your people are your enemy。 Each of you is not from the dunghill lire people are your friends, and, when you lying on the dunghill, had better keep your mouth shut。

粪堆里的小鸟 一只小鸟飞到南方去过冬。天很冷,小鸟几乎冻僵了。于是,飞到一大块空地上,一头牛经过那儿,拉了一堆牛粪在小鸟的身上,冻僵的小鸟躺在粪堆里,觉得很温暖,渐渐苏醒过来,它温暖而舒服的躺着,不久唱起歌来,一只飘过的野猫听到声音,走过去看个究竟,循着声音,野猫很快发现了躺在粪堆里的小鸟,把它拽出来吃掉了。 生存之道:不是每个往你身上拉大粪的人都是你的敌人。也不是每个把你从粪堆里拉出来的人都是你的朋友,还有,当你躺在粪堆里时,最好把你的嘴闭上。

英文哲理故事(四):

聪明的乌龟

A tiger is hungry, he is looking for food。 He sees a frog in front of him。

“Haha! A frog! My dinner!” so he rushes at the frog。

Behind the tiger, there is a tortoise。 The little tortoise sees it; he bites the tiger’s tail。

“Ouch!” cries the tiger and he looks back。 The frog hears the voice and jumps into water。

“Thank you, little tortoise。” says the frog。

But the tiger is very angry。 “Bother it! I’ll throw you to the sky!”

“Thank you, I like flying in the sky,” says the tortoise。

The tiger stops, “I will throw you into the river。”

“Oh, no! I can’t swim; I will die if you throw me into the water。” The tiger threw the tortoise into the water quickly。

“Thank you, Mr。 Tiger。 Bye-bye。” The tortoise and the frog swim away together。

一只老虎很饥饿,他正在寻找食物。他看到一只青蛙在他前面。

“哈哈!一只青蛙,我有晚餐啦!”于是,他扑向青蛙。

在老虎的后边,有一只乌龟。小乌龟看见了,他猛咬一下啊老虎的尾巴。

“哎呦!”老虎疼得叫起来并回头看看。此时青蛙听见了老虎的声音,他迅速跳进水里。

“多谢你,小乌龟。”青蛙说。

大事老虎十分愤怒:“厌恶!我要把你扔到天上去。”

“多谢你,我喜欢在天空飞翔。”乌龟说。

老虎停下来:“那我就把你扔到到水里。”

“哦,不!我不会游泳,如果你把我扔井水里我会死的。”老虎很快就把乌龟仍进水了。

“多谢你,老虎先生,再见!”乌龟和青蛙一齐游走了。

英文哲理故事(五):

This crab is really special

与众不一样的螃蟹

A male crab met a female crab and asked her to marry him。

She noticed that he was walking straight instead of sideways。 Wow, she thought, this crab is really special。 I can’t let him get away。 So they got married immediately。

The next day she noticed her new husband walking sideways like all the other crabs, and got upset。 "What happened?" she asked。 "You used to walk straight before we were married。"

"Oh, honey," he replied, "I can't drink that much every day。"

一只雄蟹遇到了一只雌蟹,便向她求婚。

雌蟹发现他是直着走路,而不是横着走。她心想,这只雄蟹真是与众不一样,我可不能让他跑了。于是他们很快就结婚了。

第二天,雌蟹发现她的新郎走起路来和普通螃蟹一样。她便疑惑重重。“你怎样了?”她问,“我们结婚之前你但是直着走路的。”

“哦,宝贝,”他回答说,“我不可能每一天都喝那么多啊。”

英文哲理故事(六):

Two Little Monkeys

The monkey mother has two little monkeys。 She likes the younger, not the other。

One day, they were playing in a forest when a wolf came running at them。 The monkey ran away with the younger monkey in a hurry and left the older alone。 She climbed up a tree and held the younger in her arms。

After some time, the wolf went away slowly。 The monkey took the baby out of her arms。 She was surprised to see that the baby had died, for the baby was held in arms too highly。 Very long time later, she remembered to look for the older baby。 The older baby was hiding in a wood。 So he saved himself。

两只猴子

猴妈妈生了两个猴子。她喜欢小猴子而不喜欢打的。

一天,他们正在森林里玩的时候,一只狼来了并向他们扑去。猴子匆忙带着小猴子跑了,单独留下打猴子。她跑着小猴子爬到树上。

过些时候,狼慢慢地离开了。母猴从他的怀里放下小猴子。她吃惊的发现猴宝宝已经死了,因为小猴子在她的怀里被搂地太紧了。过了很长时光,她才想起去寻找那只大猴子。大猴子藏在一个大洞里,他救了自我。

英文哲理故事(七):

狼和七只小山羊

There was once upon a time an old goat who had seven little kids, and loved them with all the love of a mother for her children。 One day she wanted to go into the forest and fetch some food。 So she called all seven to her and said, "Dear children, I have to go into the forest, be on your guard against the wolf; if he es in, he will devour you all -- skin, hair, and all。 The wretch often disguises himself, but you will know him at once by his rough voice and his black feet。" The kids said, "Dear mother, we will take good care of ourselves; you may go away without any anxiety。" Then the old one bleated, and went on her way with an easy mind。

从前有只老山羊。它生了七只小山羊,并且像所有母亲爱孩子一样爱它们。一天,它要到森林里去取食物,便把七个孩子全叫过来,对它们说:“亲爱的孩子们,我要到森林里去一下,你们必须要提防狼。要是让狼进屋,它会把你们全部吃掉的――连皮带毛通通吃光。这个坏蛋常常把自我化装成别的样貌,但是,你们只要一听 到他那粗哑的声音、一看到它那黑黑的爪子,就能认出它来。”小山羊们说:“好妈妈,我们会当心的。你去吧,不用担心。”老山羊咩咩地叫了几声,便放心地去了。

英文哲理故事(八):

Who Pours Ink on My Chair?

Donny is a seven year old boy。 He goes to school every day。 The school is near his home。

So he goes there on foot and es back home on time。 But today, he is late。

His mother asks him, “Why do you go to the headmaster’s office?”

Because the teacher asks us a question in class and nobody can answer it, but I can。”

“It’s good to answer the teacher’s question。” “But the question is ‘Who pours ink on my chair?’”

谁把墨水倒在我椅子了?

唐尼是个7岁孩子,每一天他都上学。学校在他的家附近。

因为,他不行去上学并按时回家。但是这天他回来迟了。

他的母亲问他:“你为什么去校长的办公室?”

“ 因为老师在上课时老师问我们一个问题,没有人能回答他,而我能。”

“ 回答老师的问题是好事。”

“ 但那个问题 ‘谁把墨水倒在我的椅子上了?’”

英文哲理故事(九):

Our Mood Belong to Others

Most of us holdthat our moods are of ourselves。 Actually, our moods belong to others。 For along time, I did not feel well and always upset。 My wife forted me and askedme to see the doctor。 “Your condition does matter to yourself。 On othercondition, how can you make kids feel well when you are not feeling well? Anothertime, I was so annoyed with the talking of my father。 My wife explaining again:“You’d better offer your sincere。 As for how to do, you are the master。 What weshould do is just make them happy。” I deeply regretted for my bad manners。

Man got his ownmood ever since his birth。 While young, we cried when we hungry and neverpretended our secrets。 As we grew up, we realized that we can hide our mod andadjust it。 It is just like a mask。

To be honest, themood is our own business, and can express in the way we like to。 In fact, sinceyour mood has an influence on others, your mood belongs to others, too。 If youhold your mod as others’, then you will be more responsible and less headstrong, more understanding and less stubborn, more care and less selfish, moreharmony and less dispute。

翻译:情绪是别人的

好多人认为情绪是自我的,其实,情绪还是别人的。一段时光,我身体不是很好,感觉烦燥,妻子对我说,身体不好就去看,你这样对身体也没好处啊!你不高兴,喊和孩子能高兴吗?还有一次,父亲说话,我感觉烦。妻子说,既然父亲说了,你就答应,至于你怎样做,还不是你说了算,我们能为老人做什么。只能让他们高兴。我也为此深感内疚。

人刚出生就有了情绪。那时,饿了就哭,不隐瞒情绪。长大后明白了,情绪能够掩盖,能够调节,这才有了面具之说。

按说情绪是自我的,自我能够想怎样就怎样,但其实,因为你的情绪而影响了别人情绪,从这个好处上说,情绪就是别人的。如果你能把情绪当作是别人的,也许就会多一份职责,少一份任性;多一份理解,少一份固执;多一份关爱,少一份自私;多一份和谙,少一份纷争。

英文哲理故事(十):

Modesty is a Double-edgedSword

In his universitytime, 马克·赫德 was nominatedto campaign for the chairman of the Student Union。 Tough very confident, helost the chance for his over modesty and caution when answering questions。 Thishad a bad influence on him when he graduated and seeked his job。

Still dismay,though he was appointed by 惠普公司 with excellent ability。 He considered fora long time and then came to a conclusion----he was confused by theso----called modesty。 Later, for his outstanding ability, he became the CEO。

The other day,the board called him to represent the board meeting。 Mark felt the same sceneas ever。 The reason that the board let Mark e the CEO was that there were someproblems in publicity and sale。

The samequestion: Are you confident to de better job for 惠普? Then Mark gavethe opposite reply than the last time。 He said: “it is undoubted that I can promises。At least be better than now。 ”

In fact, aftertrials of tests, Mark did an excellent job。 Ever since his nomination, 惠普 pany produced varies styles of product。

 

Throughselecting mediums, decreasing cost, pay attention to publicity, the pany’ssales grew steadily。

When beinginterviewed, the holder asked: “Someone think you are gentle, knowledge, wiseand modest。 We would like to know your opinion。”

Mark expressed hisunderstanding on “modesty”。 He insisted that unreasonable modesty is adouble-edged sword, which may destroy his future。

He said that tobe really modest, keep three points in mind:

Firstly, modestyis not to deny yourself, for it let you lose the chance and feel regret。

Secondly, modestyis to evaluate yourself below your ability umber。 For instance, if you can getA, then be sure you can get B+。

Lastly, modestyis not to say “actually, everyone can do that so as you work had” to answerothers’ praise。

翻译:谦逊是把双刃剑

大学时代,马克·赫德曾被一位老师提名竞争学生会主席。尽管他信心十足,但由于他在回答校方提问时表现得过于谦逊和谨慎,以致与这个职位失之交臂,且在毕业就业时受此影响,未能进入心仪的公司。

虽然马克最终以自我出色的潜力被惠普公司聘用,但是他依旧觉得沮丧。他反思了许久,得出了一个结论―自我被所谓的“谦逊”迷惑。失去去了最好的机会。之后,马克凭着自我的潜力,出任了惠普的CEO。

那天,董事会来电话,要他参加董事会议。马克觉得会上场景似曾相识。董事们有意让马克接任惠普的CEO,因为在产品宣传与销售问匙上,惠普遇到了难题。

同样一个问题:你有信心把惠普做得更好吗?

马克给出了与上一次不一样的回答。他说:“这是毫无疑问的,至少我保证,状况不会像此刻这么糟糕!”

事实上,透过考验的马克,表现出了极强的个人潜力。自从他出任CEO后,惠普产品多面开花,透过筛选渠道,减少成本,加大宣传,经营业绩稳步增长。

在理解电视采访的时候,主持人问:“有人说,你的形象是儒雅,知性,睿智,谦逊的。的怎样看?”马克着重就“谦逊”谈了自我的见解。他认为,不恰当的“谦逊”是把双刃剑,往往会断了“谦逊者”的发展之路。

马克说:“要做到真正的谦逊,需要明白三点:

首先,谦逊不是自我否定,自我否定只能让你与机会擦肩而过并留下惋惜。 其次,谦逊就是把话说到你的潜力值以下,比如你能考A,那么先肯定自我能考B+。

最后,谦逊不是在应对别人质疑。或者应对问题的时候说‘哦,我想我办不到’,而是懂得抓住机会。成功之后,应对别人的赞美时说:‘其实没什么,只

要努力,每个人都能做到!”’

英文哲理故事(十一):

No Ready-made Fruit in God’s Hand

Threeguys finally got the God through trials and errors。 They were eager to ask God forhelp。 Right after the God asked what they want, the first man claim a bigcourtyard, the second a farmstead, and the third a bar of gold。 God promisedthem。 At last, the first man was given a pile of bricks, the second a bag ofseed and the third a mass of sand。

翻译:

翻译:上帝那里没有现成的果实

三个人千辛万苦找到了上帝,请求他给予帮忙。上帝问他们各需要什么。第一个人说他要一座大宅院;第二个人说,他要一个农庄;第三个人说他要一块大金条。上帝说他能够满足他们的需要。于是上帝给了第一个人一堆砖头,给了第二个人一把种子,给了第三个人一把沙子。

英文哲理故事(十二):

All Slopes are Easy toGo

He was a professor。 At the age of 90, hestill work eight hours everyday regardless the season and weather。

His secretary said: “He is extremely old,but he forced himself walk from his living place to office through two blocks。It would take him an hour, but he insisted to because it makes him get a senseof success。 ”

The other day, an university student stepout from his office with a pile of books。 He plained emotionally: “He isalways this man。 He may answer me just with ‘yes’ or ‘no’ to my question。However, he always gave me dozens of books and suggests me to find the answer。”

Later, he knew what this studentplained。 He told with smile: “This is the method I have learnt, a hard andtroublesome way。 If that kid could make full use of those books, he might knowhis question and maybe a good lawyer in the future。”

This 90-year-old man was 庞德, who was the president of law college in HawardUniversity。

Once a philosophist said: “You should dosome thing that you don not want to every one or two days。”

This is the foundation of life progress。

Just like another phlosophist said: “allslopes are easy to go。 ”

翻译:容易走的都是下坡路

他在一所大学做教授,90岁的时候,荏苒每一天坚持工作8小时,不论春秋冬夏,也不论风霜雨雪。

他的秘书说:“他很衰弱,但是每一天逼着自我从住的地方走过两个街口到办公室来,这段路要走一个小时,他却必须要走,因为这使他自觉有成就感。”

有一天,有个大学生从他办公室里出来,捧着一大堆书,一脸不高兴的抱怨:“总是这一套。我问一个和简单的问题,他能够用一个’是’或’否’回答,却给我十几本书,说能够在这些书里找到我所要的答案。”

他之后明白了这个学生的抱怨,微笑着说:“这就是我学到的读书方法,艰难费事的方法。那孩子如能好好的钻研这些书,就能够了解这个问题,将来也许能成为一个好律师。”

这个90岁的老人就是曾任美国哈佛大学法学院院长的庞德。

有一位哲学家说:“你就应每一两天做一些你不想做的事。”

这是人生进步的基础。

正如另一位哲人所说“容易走的都是下坡路。”

英文哲理故事(十三):

How Important It is

There isa suitcase for you with a million US dollar in 。

Thesuitcase is placed in a building away from you about one hour driving。 Thecondition is, you need to get there within two hours。 If you did, I will giveyou the suitcase with a million US dollar。 Or if you late for only one minute,nothing will you get。 When would you get about?

Manywould say: “Now。” will you?

Now youset out。 You hurry into your car, start it, drive for the building。 You are soexcited and wonder what to do about the one million US dollars。 All of a sudden,you are stopped by the traffic jam。 You turn on the radio and find there is noany way to get there because of the accident on your way。 What will you do neststep? Go back? Or step out your car, go to the building on foot (running oremploy a helicopter or other ways)?

If, youare on the way to the dentist’s office and there is a traffic jam, surely youwould turn back and appoit for another time。

Why isthere difference between these two thins? Because of the destination。 If it isquite important for you, you will conquer it, regardless any hardship; or ifyit is not so serious, you may call it a day。

Therefore,the best way to face the difficulty is to make the thing a business。

翻译:事情有多重要

我有一个手提箱要给你,里面有100万美元现金。手提箱放在离你此刻住的地方大约1小时车程的一幢大楼上,条件是:你要在2小时内到达那幢大楼。如果在2个小时之内到,我就把皮箱交给你,你就多了100万美元。但是只要你迟到一分钟,你就一分钱都得不到。那么你什么时候出发去拿幢大楼呢?

很多人会回答:“此刻就去。”你呢?

你出发了。跳上你的车,发动,向那幢大楼方向开去。你相当激动,计划着怎样花那100万美元。突然,路上堵车了,你的车子开不动了。你打开收音机,发此刻你和那幢大楼之间发生了重大交通事故,你没有别的路能够到达那里。你会怎样办?你会打道回府吗?或者打开车门走出来,走路(跑步或雇用直升飞机或用别的方法)去那幢大楼?

如果你去看牙医,在路上也发生堵车,你肯定会转回家,跟牙医约另一天。 这两种状况为什么会不一样?因为出行的目的是不一样的。如果你要做的事情对你十分重要,再大的困难你都会设法克服; 如果你觉得要做的事情不是很重要,遇到困难你就会放下了。

所以,克服困难的最好的方法,就是把你要做的事情看得十分重要。

英文哲理故事(十四):

狐狸和山羊

A fox and a goat

An unlucky fox fell into a well, It was quite deep, so he could not get out by himself。

A goat came。 He asked the fox:”what are you doing? The fox said : "There will be no water, so I jumped down to get some water。 Why don’t you jump down, too?"

The goat jumped into the well。

But the fox jumped on the goat’s back and out of the well。 "Good-bye, friend," said the fox。 "Remember next time don’t trust the advice of a man in difficulties。"

Thank you!

狐狸和山羊

一只不走运的狐狸,失足掉到了井里。井很深,他无法跳出来。

一只山羊经过那里,便问狐狸在井下做什么。狐狸说:“哦,你没有听说吗?那里将要大旱,因此我跳进来取水,为什么你不下来一齐喝呢?”

山羊相信了狐狸的话,就真的跳进井里。狐狸立即跳上山羊的背,又一跳,跳上了井沿。

“再见,朋友,”狐狸说,“记住,不要相信一个身陷麻烦的人的推荐。

英文哲理故事(十五):

聪明的熊猫

A Clever Panda

A little panda picks up a pumpkin and wants to take it home。 But the pumpkin is too big。 The panda can’t take it home。

Suddenly she sees a bear riding a bike toward her。 She watches the bike。 “I know! I have a good idea。” she jumps and shouts happily, “I can roll a pumpkin。 It’s like a wheel。”

So she rolls the pumpkin to her home。 When her mother sees the big pumpkin, she is surprised, “Oh, my God! How can you carry it home?” the little panda answers proudly, “I can’t lift it, but I can roll it。” Her mother smiled and says,“What a clever girl! Use you heard to do something,”

聪明的熊猫

一只小熊猫摘了一只大南瓜,想把它拿回家。但是这只南瓜太大了,她没有办法把这么大的南瓜带回家。

突然她看见一只狗熊骑着一辆自行车朝她这边来。她看着自行车,跳着说:“有了!我有办法了。我能够把南瓜滚回家去。南瓜好像车轮。

于是她把那瓜滚回家。当她妈妈看到这只大南瓜的时候,很惊讶:“天啊!这么食的南瓜!你是怎样把它带回家来的?”小熊猫自豪地说;“我拎不动它,但是我能滚动它啊!”她妈妈微笑着说:“真聪明啊!记住:只要你肯动脑筋,没有难办的事。

英文哲理故事(十六):

Look Ahead

Once a friendsuggested me: “Look ahead when you are sad。 ”

It is this weirdthat ever when I am in sad, I am always bow my head or shut my eyes regardlesshis suggestion。 Even when I catch a glimpse of the sky with stars, but again at sea。 When I am depressed, my visionnarrowed。

This friend has alovely and smart daughter and so charming like a flower in dancing。 But, she isunable to see the outside world clearly。 My friend ever so grieve that he wasso pessimistic。 No other aids seem to help him, but he gained the delight aftera journey of hardship with looking ahead that the crucial life taught him。

Look ahead, hehas witnessed his daughter’s experience

journey----she is more beautiful andtamer and can take care of herself。 She dresses her black excise cloth, withwhite dancing shoes, black and high-twist hair style with lighting belt; she isalways smile, indicating her charming youth in her mouth; she bees strong inmind and smart, live on herself。 As preferred, she bees a warmly receiveddancing teacher?

The God is alwaysabsent when we knock His door。 The great poet 朗费罗 could not help mending,“Your你的命运一如他人,每个生命都会下雨。” When it rains and we feel sad, it is worthlooking ahead。 If one minute is not enough, then take one more。 Looking againand again with a long time, or even your whole life and your love and hope。 Seewhether所有的雨都

会停; see the sky after rain if it is cleaner, vaster, more fantastic and seewhether there is rainbow in magic。

There is alwaysthe time the God go home; the stop for rain and the hope and joyous ahead。

翻译:看着前方

一个朋友对我说:“当你忧伤时,请看着前方。”

说来也怪,每当自我忧伤时,我很少看着前方,不是低低垂首,就是闭目不瞻,即便抬头仰望星空,也是越看越茫然。忧伤时,自我的视野真的窄了。

这个朋友有一个冰雪聪明的女儿,美丽得像朵舞蹈着的花,但她完全看不到外边的世界。朋友以前悲哀欲绝,但没有人能够帮忙到他疗伤,是残酷的生活教会他看着前方,发现和拥有那些前行一段路程才能得到的喜悦。

看着前方,他看到已经长大的女儿――她更加漂亮乖巧,学会了自我照顾自我;她穿上了黑色的练功服、白色的舞蹈鞋,黑黑的头发盘得高高的,用发光的发带竖了起来;她时刻微笑着,那是汇集在她嘴角的点点明媚的春光;她变得坚强睿智,能够自食其力,如她所愿,果真成了一名受人欢迎的舞蹈老师、、、、、、

我们敲门时,上帝总是不在家。诗人朗费罗为此感慨不已:“你的命运一如他人,每个生命都会下雨。”下雨时,忧伤时,最值得做的事情就像这位朋友所说的:看着前方!一分钟不行,再看一分钟,久久地看,一次又一次地看,用一生的经历来看,用最真的爱满怀着期望来看。看看是不是“所有的雨都会停”,看看雨后的天空是不是更洁净、更辽远、更美丽,是不是还会奇迹般地出现彩虹。

上帝总有回家的时候,雨水总会停下,前方总有期望和喜悦。

英文哲理故事(十七):

Newunderstanding to classic stories

铁杵磨成针tellsus:Moving as the strenuous deeds, it isactually ridicules。 Instead of buying a needle, he insisted to rub an ironstick exhausted for years。 It is useless to work hard once the direction andmethod was wrong。

三顾茅庐tellsus:The opportunity is get by waiting。 If Mr。Kong applied his position spontaneously, the result might be the other one。After all, it practices only in the old age。 Though ten times the wisdom than KingMing, we modern people may lose enormous opportunities。 Who knows if theattention to the talents is more or less?

龟兔赛跑 tellsus:Never pete its shortes with other’smerits, nor take the shortes as advantages for a short-time fortune。 If youwere a turtle, pete diving or lifespan with rabbit because these are youradvantages。

井底的之蛙 tellsus:Man is what his surrounding and vise verse。The surrounding is fit for the man。 Never condemn frog’s narrow and

foolish,for it never survive in the East Sea, it just a troublemade by itself。

武松打虎 tellsus:Hero is sometimes be made。 A mon though 武松’s tremendous courage, for nobody without fear totiger。 Thanks to his stubborn and the fifteen 小酒, 武松 had the honor to kill the tiger。 He also never knewthat he might e across a tiger。 His mind became clear the moment he saw thetiger; it showed he is not planned to be a hero。To be or not to be; was he kill the tiger and because a hero。 Just like manyincidents in life, every hero appears out of some conditions。

螳臂当车 tellsus:To change the situation, it prefers to dosome useless efforts though it may die in pieces。 Or maybe, when number of thesame doers increased, the 车 may sow down or stop surprised。

翻译:老故事咂出新滋味

铁杵磨成针的故事告诉我们:白费力气的事尽管感人但却是可笑的。明明买根针就能做活,非要用根大铁棒磨它个三年两载。方向和方法错了,功夫下的再深也不行。

三顾茅庐的故事告诉我们:机遇是等来的。如果孔明先生主动上门求职,就不见得有这样的效果。但是,这话只适合古代,现代人即使比孔明的本事大十倍,坐在家里干等也不见得有机遇出现。天明白重视人才的观念是进步了还是退步了。

龟兔赛跑的故事告诉我们:永远不要以己之短比别人之长,更不要因一时的侥幸成功把短当成长。如果是乌龟,能够跟兔子比潜水,也能够跟兔子比长寿,这才是乌龟的强项。

井底的之蛙故事告诉我们:什么样的环境早就什么样的人生,反过来也同样,什么样的人生适合什么样的环境。别指责青蛙的短浅愚昧,因为蛙绝不可能从井底迁到东海生存。如果蛙受了教育启发,从此志在东海,那只有徒增烦恼了。

武松打虎的故事告诉我们:英雄有时是被逼出来的。武松胆儿再大也是正常人,没有人不拍老虎的道理。要不是犟脾气加上十五碗小酒,决不回去做打虎的壮举。其实他也没想到会遇上老虎,真的遇上反而酒都被吓醒了,说明他并不是真的想当英雄。不是他死就是虎亡,他把自我逼成了英雄。现实的很多典型与此很类似,每一个英雄的出现都是有前提的。

螳臂当车的故事告诉我们:即便粉身碎骨,也要为改变现状做一些看似无效的努力。也许,当轮前的螳臂多了,车会慢下来或者停下来。

英文哲理故事(十八):

Intense Light, a Wall as Well

A father isasking his son in grade three: “We cannot find the star in the shady night。 Isit not there?”

His son answeredit with clear –cut accent: “No。”

The father askedagain: “Then why we cannot see any star?”

His son replied:“The cloud hide them。”

Again the fatherasked: “There is no star in the sunny daytime。 Where are they?”

Hesitated, hisson seemed have no idea to respond。

For a moment, thefather said: “Actually there is yet stars but most of them are恒星,and stay in theuniverse。 It is just we cannot see them with our eyes。 ”

His son askedcuriously: “Why?”

Thinking for awhile, the father answered: “Because the sunlight is too intense, and it shadethe stars’ light。”

The same goes tomany things in our lives。 The intense light of one person or one thing, may notonly shade its own defects, but also the merits of the person or thing aroundit and makes it difficult for others to identify the facts besides him。 This isnot the problem of one’s eye, but the intense light。

Most cases, theintense light is a wall, a wall that cannot see and stride with our eyes。 Notonly can it confuse our normal eyes, but also hinder our normal sight。

翻译:强光也是一堵墙

一位父亲问他正读小学三年级的儿子:“阴天的夜晚,天空中看不到星星,是星星不存在吗?”

儿子很干脆的回答:“不是。”

父亲又问:“那位什么我们一颗星星也看不见呢?”

儿子答:“是云把星星都遮住了。”

父亲之后又问儿子:“晴空万里的白昼,天空中也看不见星星,是星星不存在吗?”

儿子有些犹豫,显然不明白该如何回答父亲这个问题。

父亲见儿子答不出,稍停了一下,说:“其实白天星星也存在,它们大都是恒星,永远存在于太空中,只是我们肉眼看不到罢了。”

儿子好奇地问:“这又是为什么呢?”

父亲想了一下。告诉儿子说:“是太阳的光太强了,它把所有星星的光都盖住了。”

在生活中,很多人,很多事,也是如此。因为一个人或一件事所拥有的光环太强,不仅仅会把这个人或这件事本身的缺点遮住,而且还会把周围其他人或其他事的优点也都遮住,让大家无法看到他周围人的真实面目或其他事的真相。这不是按个人的眼睛出了问题,而是因为对方的光太强了。

很多时候,强光也是一堵墙,是一堵肉眼看不见的墙,又是一堵肉眼无法看过去的墙,他能够迷惑我们正常的眼睛,也能够挡住我们正常的目光。

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