http://www.sina.com.cn 2008年01月25日 18:41
(1)More and more people come to realize the importance of regular physical exercise.
(2)We must struggle against our own laziness and stay with our training, rain or shine.(风雨无阻)
(3)Maintaining our health is very important. No one should trifle with his health.
(4)Physical exercise increases the appetite and favors digestion. It increases the circulation of the blood. Physical exercise can develop one’s self-confidence, judgment, and a strong will.
(5)Early to bed and early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy, and wise. (Benjamin Franklin)
(6)A sound mind is in a sound body.
(7)Taking part in sports and games will keep us fit and healthy.
(8)Proper sports activities help us strengthen our physical body and build our sense of competition and cooperation.
(9)Research shows that getting plenty of exercise makes heart beat faster and lung work harder, thus strengthening the heart and reducing the chance of heart attack, and helping to lower blood pressure.
(10)For those who work with their brains most of the day, the practice of sport is especially useful.
(11)Once a habit is formed, it is difficult and sometimes impossible to shake it off.
(12)It is easier to fall into bad habits than to get into good ones.
(13)Many successful men declare that they own much of their prosperity to the formation of certain good habits in early life, such as punctuality, early rising, honesty, and thoroughness.
(14)The eating habits of Chinese people have changed dramatically in the past decade.
(15)People begin to eat less grain, but more fruit and vegetables. Fresh fruit and vegetables are rich in carbohydrate(碳水化合物), vitamins and minerals.
(16)People now pay much attention to nutrition, so they choose to eat meat and drink milk.
(17)Fish and chicken contain more protein and less fat.
(18)The issue of re-employment is of vital importance to the country’s reform, development and stability.
(19)Some statistics indicate that trained workers are three times as likely to be re-employed as those who haven’t participated in any training programs.
(20)A re-employment-oriented training network should be formed immediately to cover as many laid-off workers as possible to enhance their abilities to face challenges.
(21)Its no shame to earn bread with one’s own hands no matter what kind of work he does, but it’s a disgrace to idle along with folded arms and wait until financial aid arrives.
(22)China is undergoing a period of transition from a socialist planned economy to a socialist market economy.
(23)The government is supposed to issue more beneficial policies to help the lay-offs out of difficulty.
(24)Everyone desires and pursues happiness. But happiness means different things to different people.
(25)I’ll be happy if I can realize my value in my future career and make some contribution to the development of our country.
(26)Happiness also means being on good term with my colleagues and friends.
(27)The only ones who will be really happy are those who will have sought and found how to serve the people.
(28)Happiness lies first of all in health.
(29)Happiness is always abounded from hard work.
(30)Happiness consists in contentment.
(31)Every generation has its own view of life and value system, which results from its living circumstances.
(32)As long as different generations can understand each other and avoid foisting their own views and values on others, there will be fewer conflicts and more harmony between the generations.
(33)The old assume that they know best, but it is only a matter of experience.
(34)The young know how to enjoy work and leisure and not to be inhibited.(约束)
(35)Children often complain that their parents cannot understand them, while parents feel sorry that their children seldom show them proper respect and obedience.
(36)Children should respect their parents and be aware that what their parents do is for their good.
(37)As reformation goes deeper in China, civil servants no longer have “iron rice bowls” as they used to have in many places.
(38)Whatever we do, we should do in our power.(尽力而为)
(39)To make a wise choice of occupations, two important things should be taken into consid-eration. One is the interest, the other, the demand of the people and society.
(40)It is definitely true that behind every daily activity lies a motive. As a matter of fact, we can achieve nothing without a realistic goal.
(41)Everybody should have a goal in his life, because aimless life wastes our energy and time.
(42)Whatever goal you might have, the primarily important thing you should have in life is health.
(43)It is universally true that everyone needs good health. With our society becoming more competitive, it is important to stay healthy.
(44)For one thing, people with good health can do work with full energy and their excellence in work in turn contributes to their health and happiness. For another, an unhealthy person is seldom able to show interest in everything around him and therefore he loses many opportunities to achieve success.
(45)Generally speaking, those who have good motives do their duties well. For example, parents work hard from early morning till late at night because they want to support their families. Students study diligently either to rank top in their class or to be prepared for their future success.
(46)On the other hand, people do things evil because they have evil goals. For instance, the motive for getting money without hard work makes a pickpocket steal a purse. To fulfill his evil desire, a robber grab others’ belongings, and a murderer can kill an innocent person. These wicked motives are the kind that people need to get rid of because they hurt others.
(47)It is often easier to have ideals than to carry them out.
(48)Effort and persistence are necessary for the realization of ideals.
(49)Once the goal is determined, we must create opportunities to reach it. Work hard and be patient after your goal is set. Try your best to make your life happen in the way you wish to see it. It is those who set the right goal and stick to it long enough will finally achieve it.
(50)Living without an aim is like sailing without a compass. When ideals are gone you may still exist, but you have ceased to live.(虽生犹死)