美丽的英文句子 Beatuiful English


A Grain of Sand  一粒沙子
William Blake/
To see a world in a grain of sand,
And a heaven in a wild fllower,
Hold infinity in the palm of your hand,
And eternity in an hour.


Love Your Life  热爱生活
Henry David Thoreau/
However mean your life is,meet it and live it ;do not shun it and call it hard names.It is not so bad as you are.It looks poorest when you are richest.The fault-finder will find faults in paradise.Love your life,poor as it is.You may perhaps have some pleasant,thrilling,glorious hourss,even in a poor-house.The setting sun is reflected from the windows of the alms-house as brightly as from the rich man’s abode;the snow melts before its door as early in the spring.I do not see but a quiet mind may live as contentedly there,and have as cheering thoughts,as in a palace.The town’s poor seem to me often to live the most independent lives of any.May be they are simply great enough to receive without misgiving.Most think that they are above being supported by the town;but it often happens that they are not above supporting themselves by dishonest means.which should be more disreputable.Cultivate poverty like a garden herb,like sage.Do not trouble yourself much to get new things,whether clothes or friends,Turn the old,return to them.Things do not change;we change.Sell your clothes and keep your thoughts.
不论你的生活如何卑鄙,你要面对它生活,不要躲避它,更别用恶言咒骂它。它不像你那样坏。你最富有的时候,倒是看似最穷。爱找缺点的人就是到天堂里也能找到缺点。你要爱你的生活,尽管它贫穷。甚至在一个济贫院里,你也还有愉快、高兴、光荣的时候。夕阳反射在济贫院的窗上,像身在富户人家窗上一样光亮;在那门前,积雪同在早春融化。我只看到,一个从容的人,在哪里也像在皇宫中一样,生活得心满意足而富有愉快的思想。城镇中的穷人,我看,倒往往是过着最独立不羁的生活。也许因为他们很伟大, 所以受之无愧。大多数人以为他们是超然的,不靠城镇来支援他们;可是事实上他们是往往利用了不正当的手段来对付生活,他们是毫不超脱的,毋宁是不体面的。视贫穷如园中之花而像圣人一样耕植它吧!不要找新的花样,无论是新的朋友或新的衣服,来麻烦你自己。找旧的,回到那里去。万物不变,是我们在变。你的衣服可以卖掉,但要保留你的思想。

Topic No. 11


11. Do you agree or disagree with the following statement? Universities should give the same amount of money to their students’ sports activities as they give to their university libraries. Use specific reasons and examples to support your opinion.

It is fairly difficult for me to agree that universities should finance students’ sports activities equally as libraries, for I believe the main responsibility of a university is to develop students’ academic ability. Even though physical health is an important prerequisite for academic achievement, I don’t think sports activities deserve to be given the same amount of money as libraries.

As we know, a student’s main daily activity outside of the classroom is self-study, which occupies from four to eight hours everyday. Sports activity, on the other hand, occupies up to one and a half hours of his/her day. That means a student needs studying places more than sports facilities­­in other words sports play a comparatively minor role in college students lives. Therefore, universities must appropriate funds for large libraries designed to accommodate adequate students as well as books. Since a student spends less time on sports each day, facilities for sports need not be as well-equipped or extensive as those for libraries.

In addition to the basic building expense, universities must also pay a large amount of money every year on the maintenance of the libraries. Not only should these libraries purchase a lot of common books that cover all disciplines for reading and lending purposes and adding to collections, they should introduce a great number of up-to-date materials as well so that students are able to acquire the latest knowledge and do cutting-edge researches. The larger number of the students, the more comprehensive a library’s collection must be. Furthermore, a group of well-trained staff should be employed to take charge of collections and deal with trivial affairs. However, the continuing costs for sports are relatively low. Once those gyms or sports halls have been constructed and the facilities have been installed, only a few staff members are required to care for them, and universities do not necessarily provide funds to update them before they completely wear out. Actually for most of the students, they are happy to organize their own sports events and exercise routines without relying on the schools by asking for sponsoring.

Hence, considering that university libraries, if universities are really want to fulfil their main responsibility, totally need more financing than sports activities do, I think it is undoubtedly wise for universities to give more amount of money to the libraries.

Please come over whenever it is convenient to you. And I’m looking forward to your constructive advise. Your objective comment is greatly appreciated. Thanks for taking time to read my article!

All Rights Reserved By Liangxi Huang © 2006 LiangxiHuang

黑色星期二 Tuesday 17th


训练完了参加班会,迟到半小时.会上得知一个不爽的消息,今年院里取消了四级优秀奖学金.F#ck!我当时懵了,以前年年有,非到老子考的这年没有,而且我综合成绩不理想,想评学习奖学金也不可能,其他什么专项奖学金貌似也极其不可能.看来我拿奖学金的事又得往后拖一年了.Scholarship, I am coming!

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荒废的空间 Deserted Space


It was almost 3 weeks before I updated my Space again.Oh, time’s fleeting…I just remembered to write something in my Space after visiting one of my good friends’ blog at Sina. Since it was my first time to be there, I could hardly recognized that it was hers. I even could not believed that the words were from her, not for she was less lettered, but for I seemed to see another side of her innermost.
Schedule seems to be tight for me, in the coming several months, I have to complete two vital tests-TOEFL on 15 Dec.and GRE computer split test at the beginning of next semester. Dream, something that is hard to achieve,however, as you determined to make it come true, you should strive for it.
Hopefully everything will be all right…
I will write here often. In fact, were it not for the ugly network on campus, I would update my Space as often as possible.