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  • 英语名人演讲短篇

    分类:名人演讲 时间:2016-12-22 本文已影响

    篇一:英语名人短篇演讲稿

    名人英语演讲稿tribute to diana

    致戴安娜——查尔斯·斯宾塞 在全世界,戴安娜是同情心、责任心、风度和美丽的化身,是无私和人道的象征,是维

    护真正被践踏的权益的旗手,是一个超越国界的英国女孩,是一个带有自然的高贵气质的人,

    是一个不分阶层的人。this is the text of earl spencers tribute to his sister at her funeral. there

    is some very deep, powerful and heartfelt sentiment. would that those at whom it is

    aimed would take heed. the versions posted on several news services had minor errors.

    this is precisely as it was deliverd. i stand before you today the representative of a family in grief, in a country

    in mourning before a world in shock. we are all united not only in our desire to pay our respects to diana but rather

    in our need to do so. for such was her extraordinary appeal that the tens of millions of people taking

    part in this service all over the world via television and radio who never actually

    met her, feel that they, too, lost someone close to them in the early hours of sunday

    morning. it is a more remarkable tribute to diana than i can ever hope to offer her

    today. today is our chance to say thank you for the way you brightened our lives, even

    though god granted you but half a life. we will all feel cheated, always, that you

    were taken from us so young and yet we must learn to be grateful that you came along

    at all. only now you are gone do we truly appreciate what we are now without and we want

    you to know that life without you is very, very difficult. we have all despaired at our loss over the past week and only the strength of

    the message you gave us through your years of giving has afforded us the strength

    to move forward. there is a temptation to rush to canonize your memory. there is no need to do

    so. you stand tall enough as a human being of unique qualities not to need to be seen

    as a saint. indeed to sanctify your memory would be to miss out on the very core of

    your being, your wonderfully mischievous sense of humor with the laugh that bent you

    double, your joy for life transmitted wherever you took your smile, and the sparkle

    in those unforgettable eyes, your boundless energy which you could barely contain.but your greatest gift was your intuition, and it was a gift you used wisely.

    this is what underpinned all your wonderful attributes. and if we look to analyze

    what it was about you that had such a wide appeal, we find it in your instinctive

    feel for what was really important in all our lives. without your god-given sensitivity, we would be immersed in greater ignorance

    at the anguish of aids and hiv sufferers, the plight of the homeless, the isolation

    of lepers, the random d

    英语名人演讲短篇

    estruction of land mines. diana explained to me once that it

    was her innermost feelings of suffering that made it possible for her to connect with

    her constituency of the rejected. the world sensed this part of her character and cherished her for her

    vulnerability, whilst admiring her for her honesty. the last time i saw diana was

    on july the first, her birthday, in london, when typically she was not taking time

    to celebrate her special day with friends but was guest of honor at a fund-raising

    charity evening. she sparkled of course, but i would rather cherish the days i spent with her in

    march when she came to visit me and my children in our home in south africa. i am

    proud of the fact that apart from when she was on public displ 2000 ay meeting president

    mandela, we managed to contrive to stop the ever-present paparazzi from getting a

    single picture of her. that meant a lot to her. these were days i will always treasure. it was as if wed been transported back

    to our childhood, when we spent such an enormous amount of time together, the two

    youngest in the family.fundamentally she hadnt changed at all from the big sister who mothered me as

    a baby, fought with me at school and endured those long train journeys between our

    parents homes with me at weekends. it is a tribute to her level-headedness and strength

    that despite the most bizarre life imaginable after her childhood, she remained intact,

    true to herself. there is no doubt that she was looking for a new direction in her life at this

    time. she talked endlessly of getting away from england, mainly because of the treatment she

    received at the hands of the newspapers. i dont think she ever understood why her genuinely good intentions were sneered

    at by the media, why there appeared to be a permanent quest on their behalf to bring

    her down. it is baffling. my own, and only, explanation is that genuine goodness is

    threatening to those at the opposite end of the moral spectrum. it is a point to remember that of all the ironies about diana, perhaps the greatest

    was this; that a girl given the name of the ancient goddess of hunting was, in the

    end, the most hunted person of the modern age. she would want us today to pledge ourselves to protecting her beloved boys william

    and harry from a similar fate. and i do this here, diana, on your behalf. we will

    not allow them to suffer the anguish that used regularly to drive you to tearful

    despair.beyond that, on behalf of your mother and sisters, i pledge that we, your blood

    family, will do all we can to continue the imaginative and loving way in which you

    were steering these two exceptional young men, so that their souls are not simply

    immersed by duty and tradition but can sing openly as you planned. we fully respect the heritage into which they have both been born, and will always

    respect and encourage them in their royal role. but we, like you, recognize the need

    for them to experience as many different aspects of life as possible, to arm them

    spiritually and emotionally for the years ahead. i know you would have expected

    nothing less from us. william and harry, we all care desperately for you today. we are all chewed up

    with sadness at the loss of a woman who wasnt even our mother. how great your suffering

    is we cannot even imagine.i would like to end by thanking god for the small mercies he has shown us at this

    dreadful time; for taking diana at her most beautiful and radiant and when she had

    joy in her private life.

    ------------------------------------ it is such an honor and pleasure for me to be back at yale, especially on the

    occasion of the 300th anniversary. i have had so many memories of my time here, and

    as nick was speaking i thought about how i ended up at yale law school. and it tells

    a little bit about how much progress we’ve made. what i think most about when i think of yale is not just the politically charged

    atmosphere and not even just the superb legal education that i received. it was at

    yale that i began work that has been at the core of what i have cared about ever since.

    i began working with new haven legal services representing children. and i studied

    child development, abuse and neglect at the yale new haven hospital and the child

    study center. i was lucky enough to receive a civil rights internship with marian

    wright edelman at the children’s defense fund, where i went to work after i graduated.

    those experiences fueled in me a passion to work for the benefit of children,

    particularly the most vulnerable. now, looking back, there is no way that i could have predicted what path my life

    would have taken. i didn’t sit around the law school, saying, well, you know, i think

    i’ll graduate and then i’ll go to work at the children’s defense fund, and then

    the impeachment inquiry, and nixon retired or resigns, i’ll go to arkansas. i didn’

    t think like that. i was taking each day at a time. but, i’ve been very fortunate because i’ve always had an idea in my mind about

    what i thought was important and what gave my life meaning and purpose. a set of values

    and beliefs that have helped me navigate the shoals, the sometimes very treacherous

    sea, to illuminate my own true desires, despite that others say about what l should

    care about and believe in. a passion to succeed at what l thought was important and

    children have always provided that lone star, that guiding light. because l have that

    absolute conviction that every child, especially in this, the most blessed of nations

    that has ever existed on the face of earth, that every child deserves the opportunity

    to live up to his or her god-given potential. but you know that belief and conviction-it may make for a personal mission

    statement, but standing alone, not translated into action, it means very little to

    anyone else, particularly to those for whom you have those concerns.when i was thinking about running for the united states senate-which was such

    an enormous decision to make, one i never could have dreamed that i would have been

    making when i washere on campus-i visited a school in new york city and i met a young woman, who

    was a star athlete. and it doesn’t mean that once having made that choice you will always succeed.

    in fact, you won’t. there are setbacks and you will experience difficult

    disappointments. you will be slowed down and sometimes the breath will just be knocked

    out of you. but if you carry with you the values and beliefs that you can make a

    difference in your own life, first and foremost, and then in the lives of others.

    you can get back up, you can keep going. but it is also important, as i have found, not to take yourself too seriously,

    because after all, every one of us here today, none of us is deserving of full credit.

    i think every day of the blessings my birth gave me without any doing of my own. i

    chose neither my family nor my country, but they as much as anything i’ve ever done,

    determined my course. you have been there trying to serve because you have believed both that it was

    the right thing to do and because it gave something back to you. you have dared to

    care.well, dare to care to fight for equal justice for all, for equal pay for women,

    against hate crimes and bigotry. dare to care about public schools without qualified

    teachers or adequate resources. dare to care about protecting our environment. dare

    to care about the 10 million children in our country who lack health insurance. dare

    to care about the one and a half million children who have a parent in jail. the seven

    million p 2000 eople who suffer from hiv/aids. and thank you for caring enough to demand

    that our nation do more to help those that are suffering throughout this world with

    hiv/aids, to prevent this pandemic from spreading even further. and so bring your values and experiences and insights into politics. dare to help

    make, not just a difference in politics, but create a different politics. some have

    called you the generation of choice. you’ve been raised with multiple choice tests,

    multiple channels, multiple websites and multiple lifestyles. you’ve grown up

    choosing among alternatives that were either not imagined, created or available to

    people in prior generations. you’ve been invested with far more personal power to customize your life, to

    make more free choices about how to live than was ever thought possible. and i think

    as i look at all the surveys and research that is done, your choices reflect not only

    freedom, but personal responsibility. the social indicators, not the headlines, the social indicators tell a positive

    story: drug use and cheating and arrests being down, been pregnancy and suicides,

    drunk driving deaths being down.it is not the vast conspiracy you may have heard about; rather it’s a silent

    conspiracy of cynicism and indifference and alienation that we see every day, in our

    popular culture and in our prodigious consumerism.but as many have said before and as vaclav havel has said to memorably, “it cannot

    suffice just to invent new machines, new regulations and new institutions. it is

    necessary to understand differently and more perfectly the true purpose of our

    existence on this earth and of our deeds.” and i think we are called on to reject,

    in this time of blessings that we enjoy, those who will tear us apart and tear us

    down and instead to liberate our god-given spirit, by being willing to dare to dream

    of a better world. during my campaign, when times were tough and days were long i used to think about

    the example of harriet tubman, a heroic new yorker, a 19th century moses, who risked

    her life to bring hundreds of slaves to freedom. she would say to those who she gathered

    up in the south where she kept going back year after year from the safety of auburn,

    new york, that no matter what happens, they had to keep going. if they heard shouts

    behind them, they had to keep going. if they heard gunfire or dogs, they had to keep

    going to freedom. well, those aren’t the risks we face. it is more the silence and

    apathy and indifference that dogs our heels.thirty-two years ago, i spoke at my own graduation from wellesley, where i did

    call on my fellow classmates to reject the notion of limitations on our ability to

    effect change and instead to embrace the idea that the goal of education should be human liberation and the

    freedom to practice with all the skill of our being the art of making possible. thank you and god bless you all.篇三:名人英文励志演讲稿 名人英文励志演讲稿

    新一代大学英语四六级领军人物,英语专家、文化学者、出版人、策划人,“振宇英语”

    创始人,当当网外语图书热门作者。外语教学与研究出版社、北京航空航天大学出版社、大连理工大学出版社、海豚出版社、

    首都师范大学出版社、中国宇航出版社等国内一流出版社“振宇英语”丛书主编。外研社荣

    誉作者、当当网外语图书热门作者。曾任国家级媒体记者、翻译、电台英语节目主持人、“振宇英语”专栏撰稿人、大学英语

    系主任、大学英语专业特聘专家教授。 序言

    对于英语学习者来说,多听多看多练英语演讲是学地道英语的最佳有效途径之一,也是

    训练语音语调最有效的辅助手段。你不用担心这些演讲是否有语法问题,也不用担心用词是

    否准确,表达是否到位。因为一些名人的演讲稿通常是字斟句酌精心完成的。此外,通过演

    讲学英语还可以潜移默化地帮助自己提升对英文的驾驭能力,增强英语的语感和美感。 本书精选了19篇具有代表性的名人的英语演讲。这些名人或是国家领袖,或是关心民权

    民生的政治人物,或是创造经济财富的精英,或是用文字抒发情怀的作家记者,或是演艺界

    的娱乐名人。他们都在自己的领域里作出了杰出的贡献。他们思想深刻,见解独到,注定是

    站在时代前列的人。

    这些名人的演讲充满了智慧,富含启迪。它们或是结合自身经历立足于个人发展的谆谆

    教诲,像亚马逊ceo杰夫·贝索斯在普林斯顿大学演讲,他讲了自己创业的故事,以此鼓励

    毕业生:未来掌握在自己的手中,追寻自己的梦 想,慎重选择;或是号召民众面对困难迎难而上,像美国第32任总统富兰克林·罗斯福,

    他就任于美国经济大萧条时期,国内民生凋敝,萎靡不振,他告诉大家,我们惟一害怕的是

    害怕本身,展示了带领民众走出低谷的豪情;或者充满人文关怀,如美国著名作家威廉·福克

    纳,站在人类精神的高度,勉励作家文人心中时时充满爱、怜悯、同情和牺牲的精神;或是显

    示了追求自由平等的决心,如马钉路德·金和南非总统曼德拉,他们在演讲中都表达了誓死

    捍卫民-主和自由的决心;或是显示了对家庭的爱,并把这种爱升华为“老吾老,以及人之老;

    幼吾幼,以及人之幼”,如米歇尔·奥巴马,她在演讲中表达了对家庭的热爱,同时也为丈夫

    竞选呐喊助威----如果巴拉克·奥巴马当选总统,将会保证每个美国人都能享受卫生保健,

    确保本国的每个孩子都能得到世界一流的教育。精选出的这些演讲名篇题材涉猎广泛,风格

    迥异。无论你是被其恢宏的气势所震撼,还是被其精深的意蕴所折服,亦或是为其诙谐幽默

    而莞尔,都能感受到演讲者所传递的共同心声:一定要奋发向上,积极进取,做出个人应有

    的成绩,为时代,为国家做贡献。随书赠送的mp3演讲音频,为演讲者的原声音频。这些声音铿锵有力,或给你启迪,或

    篇二:十大名人英语演讲稿精选

    十大名人英语演讲稿精选

    1. Steve Jobs

    史蒂芬·乔布斯CEO of Apple Computers 苹果电脑CEOStanford University 斯坦福大学June 12, 2005

    2005年6月12日Remembering that you are going to die is the best way I know to avoid the trap of thinking you have something to lose. You are already naked. There is no reason not to follow your heart.Your time is limited, so don't waste it living someone else's life. Don't be trapped by dogma — which is living with the results of other people's thinking. Don't let the noise of others' opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary。

    记着你总会死去,这是我知道的防止患得患失的最佳办法。赤条条来去无牵挂,还有什么理由不随你的心?!你的时间是有限的,因此不要把时间浪费在过别人的生活上。不要被教条所困——使自己的生活受限于他人的思想成果。不要让他人的意见淹没了你自己内心的声音。最重要的是,要有勇气跟随你的内心与直觉,它们好歹已经知道你真正想让自己成为什么。其他的,都是次要的。

    2. David Foster Wallace

    Novelist 小说家Kenyon College 肯尼恩学院May 21, 2005

    2005年5月21日There are these two young fish swimming along and they happen to meet an older fish swimming 2000 the other way, who nods at them and says, “Morning, boys. How's the water?” And the two young fish swim on for a bit, and then eventually one of them looks over at the other and goes, “What the hell is water?”... simple awareness; awareness of what is so real and essential, so hidden in plain sight all around us, all the time, that we have to keep reminding ourselves over and over:“This is water。”“This is water。”It is unimaginably hard to do this, to stay conscious and alive in the adult world day in and day out。

    有两条小鱼一起在水里游,碰到一条老鱼迎面游过来。老鱼向他们点点头,并说:“早上好,孩子们。水怎么样?”这两条小鱼继续往前游了一会儿后,其中一条小鱼实在忍不住了,看了一下另一条小鱼,问道:“水到底是什么东西?”……简单的意识;对我们生活中如此真实、如此必不可少、无处不在、无时不在的事物的意识,需要我们一遍一遍地提醒自己:“这是

    水。”“这是水。”天天都保持意识清醒而鲜活,在成人世界中做到这点,是不可想象地难。

    3. Michael Uslan

    迈克尔·奥斯兰Movie Producer 电影制片人Indiana University 印第安纳大学May 06, 2006

    2006年5月6日You must believe in yourself and in your work. When our first Batman movie broke all those box-office records, I received a phone call from that United Artists exec who, years before, had told me I was out of my mind. Now he said, “Michael, I'm just calling to congratulate you on the success of Batman. I always said you were a visionary。” You see the point here — don't believe them when they tell you how bad you are or how terrible your ideas are, but also, don't believe them when they tell you how wonderful you are and how great your ideas are. Just

    believe in yourself and you'll do just fine. And, oh yes, don't then forget to market yourself and your ideas. Use both sides of your brain.You must have a high threshold for frustration. Take it from the guy who was

    turned down by every studio in Hollywood. You must knock on doors until your knuckles bleed. Doors will slam in your face. You must pick yourself up, dust yourself off, and knock again. It's the only way to achieve your goals in life。

    你必须相信你自己,对自己的工作充满信心。当我们的第一部电影《蝙蝠侠》创下史无前例的票房纪录时,我接到了艺术家联合会会长的电话,他在数年之前曾说我疯了。如今他说:“迈克尔,我给你打电话祝贺《蝙蝠侠》的成功。我总说你是一位有远见的人。”你看,关键在这里,当他们说你有多差,你的想法有多糟的时候,不要信他们的话,同时,当他们告诉你你有多么了不起,你的想法多美妙时,也不要相信他们。你就只相信你自己,这样你就能做好。还有,那就是,不要忘记推销你自己和你的想法。左右大脑你都得用。要能经受得住挫败。这是被好莱坞每一家制片厂拒绝过的人的经验。你必须去敲一扇扇的门,直到指关节流血。大门会在你面前砰

    然关上,你必须重振旗鼓,弹去身上的灰尘,再敲下一扇门。这是实现你人生目标的唯一办法。

    4. Woody Hayes

    伍迪·海耶斯College Fooball Coach 大学橄榄球教练Ohio State University 俄亥俄州立大学May 14, 1986

    1986年5月14日In football we always said that the other team couldn't beat us. We had to be sure that we didn't beat ourselves. And that’s what people have to do, too — make sure they don't beat themselves.... you'll find out that nothing that comes easy is worth a dime. As a matter of fact, I never saw a football player make a tackle with a smile on his face. Never。

    在橄榄球场上,我们总是说其他队战胜不了我们。我们必须做到不把自己打垮。所有人也都必须这么做,确保自己不要被自己打垮。……你会发现,来得容易的东西总是一文不值。事实上,我从来没有看到哪位橄榄球运动员是带着微笑完成阻截的。从来没有。

    5. Bradley Whitford

    布兰德利·惠特福德Actor 演员University Wisconsin - Madison 威斯康辛大学麦迪逊分校May 17, 2006

    2006年5月17日Number One: Fall in love with the process and the

    results will follow.Number Two: Do your work.Number Three: Once you're prepared, throw your preparation in the trash.Number Four: You are capable of more than you think.Number Five: Listen.Number Six: Take action.You have a choice. You can either be a passive victim of circumstance or you can be the active hero of your own life. Action is the antidote to apathy and cynicism and despair。

    第一,爱上过程,结果自然会来。第二,做你的事。第三,一旦准备好,就付诸行动。第四,你能做的,超出了你的想象。第五,聆听。第六,采取行动。你有一个选择。要么你成为环境的被动受害者,要么你主动成为自己生活的英雄。行动可以消除冷漠、玩世不恭与绝望。

    6. Jerry Zucker

    杰瑞·朱克Director, movie producer 导演、电影制片人University of Wisconsin 威斯康辛大学May 17, 2003

    2003年5月17日It doesn't matter whether your dream came true if you spent your whole life sleeping.Ask yourself one question: If I didn't have to do it perfectly, what would I try?Nobody else is paying as much

    attention to your failures as you are. You're the only one who is obsessed with the importance of your own life. To everyone else, it's just a blip on the radar screen, so just move on。

    如果你一生都在睡觉,你的梦想是否实现就无关紧要了。问你自己一个问题:如果我不是必须做得完美,那我还努力什么呢?没有人会像你自己那样对自己的失败那么在意。你是唯一一个能追求自己的生活意义的人。对于其他所有人来说,你只是雷达荧光屏上的一个光点。所以,只管前行吧。

    篇三:名人英语演讲稿3分钟

    my chinese dream

    我的中国梦

    i am very glad to stand here to give thier a short speech.today my topic is that

    the youth are the future of motherland很高兴站在这里做这篇短小的演讲,我演讲的主题是青年是祖国的未来。在准备英语演讲比赛的时候,我本想简单地从网上搜索一些文章作为我演讲的内容。我

    看过很多文章,有著名主持人的、北大教授的、大学生的,也有初中生的。但是看完之后,

    我放弃了当初的想法,我甚至为当初的想法感到有一些羞愧。因为今天我站在这里向大家演

    讲的主题,是一个庄重而严肃的主题;是一个充满荣耀与自豪的主题;是每一个中华儿女共

    同期盼的主题。每个人都有属于他们自己的中国梦,而我,当然也有一直萦绕在心怀只属于

    我的中国梦。

    so what?s my chinese dream ? finally i will announce. we had learned a lot of knowledge and understood a lot of truth in the book. we

    had a basic concept to our country at that time. we know that our country is full

    of sunshine , and we are the future of our country, and our dreams are to be the hope

    of our motherland. 我的中国梦是什么样的?先卖个关子。记得刚刚上学那会儿,我们天真无邪。在课本里,我们学到了很多很多知识,也明白了

    很多很多道理,我们对祖国也有了一个最基本的概念。我们知道我们的祖国到处充满阳光,

    正在慢慢发展,而我们,就是祖国未来的花朵,未来的希望。我们梦想将来能够成为祖国的

    希望。

    这,是我们最初的中国梦。最真诚的我们,最真诚的梦。 但是,不知道什么时候开始,我们长大了,生活似乎一下子变得和以前不太一样了,与

    此同时,虽然我们很不想承认但是却又不得不承认的是,我们的思想,我们的为人处世观,

    我们对我们祖国的看法,也潜移默化中慢慢开始了转变。我们的社会变得到处充满欺骗、冷

    漠、勾心斗角、压力、腐败、险恶,我们变得暴躁,不冷静,愤世嫉俗。我们的国家,似乎

    也开始变得千疮百孔。而好多我们亲爱的祖国委以重任培养的青年学生们变得轻浮、急躁,

    更别提什么梦想,什么中国梦了?are we sick, or is our dear motherland sick? 我很惊讶,当大街上有老人摔倒,我们不敢再去扶起;我很难过,当有人做了好事被报

    道,更多的人说他做作;我很伤心,当我看到我们众多的青年人变得冷漠、市侩、欺诈以及

    缺乏理想。

    到底是我们病了,还是我们亲爱的祖 2000 ×耍縤 dont want to talk about the construction of our country politics, and also speak impassioned speech on the diaoyu island event .i just want to appeal

    young people,showing the side of youth,good and confidence.we must learn to organize

    our own thoughts, correct our own concept, and change our direction to the right side

    in future life. china dream actually lies in our young generation, especially of

    the intellectuals.

    我的中国梦,不想大谈政治,也不想对钓鱼岛事件发表慷慨激昂的演讲。我只想呼吁,

    呼吁我们年轻人,呼吁我们祖国的希望能够将我们的青春一面,将我们的善良一面,将我们

    的自信一面好好展现出来。我们要学会整理自己的思想,端正自己看问题的观念,摆正自己

    的人生方向。我们的中国梦实际上正掌握在我们自己手上,掌握在我们年青一代,尤其是知

    识分子手上。

    也许,一个人,是渺小的;但是当他和祖国联系起来时,就是伟大的。也许,一个梦想,

    是渺小的,但是当它成为祖国的梦想时,就是不可估量的。也许,我无法用自己一个人的力

    量撬起整个中国,但是我们千千万万年轻人一起为祖国的梦想去奋斗时,我们的祖国就足以

    令世界颤抖、动容。

    i dream to construct our beauty china with millions of young people who have the

    same dream. we do it without exaggeration but only with persistence.我梦想和万千具有相同梦想的年轻人去建设我们的美丽中国,没有虚浮,只有执着,只

    有奋斗,只有勇于担当。这就是我的中国梦! that is my speech,thanks everyone.我的演讲就到这里,谢谢大家。we are the world ,we are the future 世界是我们的,未来是我们的someone said “we are reading the first verse of the first chapter of a book,

    whose pages are infinite”. i don?t know who wrote these words, but i?ve always liked

    them as a reminder that the future can be anything we want it to be. we are all in

    the position of the farmers. if we plant a good seed ,we reap a good harvest. if we

    plant nothing at all, we harvest nothing at all. 一些人说?我们正在读一本无穷的书中的第一章的第一节。?我不知道谁写了这些话,但

    是我一直很喜欢它,因为它提醒了我,我们能够创造我们想要的未来。we are young. “how to spend the youth?” it is a meaningful question. to answer it, first i have to ask “what do you understand by the word

    youth?” youth is not a time of life, it?s a state of mind. it?s not a matter of rosy

    cheeks, red lips or supple knees. it?s the matter of the will. it?s the freshness

    of the deep spring of life.我们都是农夫。如果我们播下好的种子,我们将会丰收。如果我们的种子很差,有很多

    草籽,收割的将是无用的庄稼。如果我们什么也不播种,什么收获也没有。 youth means a temperamental predominance of courage over timidity of the appetite , for adventure over the love of ease. this often exists

    in a man of 60 more than a boy of 20 . nobody grows old merely by a number of years .

    we grow old by deserting our ideals. years wrinkle the skin , but to give up enthusiasm

    wrinkles the soul . worry , fear , self –distrust bows the heart and turns the spirit

    back to dust .我们是年轻的。?怎样度过青春??这是个有意义的问题。为了去回答它,我首先要问?从

    ‘青春’这个词中你能理解到什么?? 青春不是人生的一个时期,而是精神的一种状态。青春

    不是桃面、丹唇、柔膝,而是深沉的意志,。青春是生命的深泉在涌流.whether 60 of 16 , there is in every human being ?s heart the lure of wonders,

    the unfailing childlike appetite of what?s next and the joy of the game of living .

    in the center of your heart and my heart there?s a wireless station : so long as it

    receives messages of beauty , hope ,cheer, courage and power from men and from the

    infinite, so long as you are young . a poet said “to see a world in a grain of sand, and a heaven in a wild flower,

    hold infinity in the palm of your hand, and eternity in an hour. several days ago, i had a chance to listen to a lecture. i learnt a lot

    there. i?d like to share it with all of you. let?s show our right palms. we can see

    three lines that show how our love.career and life is. i have a short line of life.

    what about yours? i wondered whether we could see our future in this way. well, let?s

    make a fist. where is our future? where is our love, career, and life? tell me.yeah,

    it is in our hands. it is held in ourselves.一位诗人说?从一粒沙看世界,从一朵花看天堂,把无限放在你的手掌,永恒在一刹那里

    收藏?。几天前,我有了一个听讲座的机会,从中我学到了很多东西。现在,我想把这些与大

    家共享。让我们伸出右手,我们可以看到手掌中的展示我们的爱,事业和生活的三条线。我

    在生活方面这条线很短,那你们的呢?我想知道我们是否可以用这种办法去看我们的未来。好

    的,让我们一起握拳。我们的未来在哪儿?我们的爱、事业和生活在哪儿?告诉我!是的,它们

    就在我们的手中。它们被我们自己掌握着。we all want the future to be better than the past. but the future can go better

    itself. don?t cry because it is over, smile because it happened. from the past, we?ve

    learnt that the life is tough, but we are tougher. we?ve learnt that we can?t choose

    how we feel, but we can choose what篇二:名人英语演讲稿 名人英语演讲稿 tribute to diana

    致戴安娜——查尔斯·斯宾塞 在全世界,戴安娜是同情心、责任心、风度和美丽的化身,是无私和人道的象征,是维

    护真正被践踏的权益的旗手,是一个超越国界的英国女孩,是一个带有自然的高贵气质的人,

    是一个不分阶层的人。

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