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1. It is during our darkest moments that we must focus to see the light.黑暗过后必将迎来光明。2. Judge each day not by the harvest you reap but by the seeds you plant.判定收获并不是每天都有产量 还要看你是否种下种子。3. The questions you ask determine the quality of your life.你问的问题决定了你的生活质量。4.Change your thoughts and you change your world.改变了自己的思想就改变了自己的环境。 /201105/137938北京时间2月9日上午,第51届格莱美音乐奖在洛杉矶落下帷幕。现场星光熠熠,乐坛精英聚首一堂,百余个奖项颁出。摇滚与乡村音乐的跨界组合罗伯特#8226;普兰特和阿丽森#8226;克劳斯获得了含金量最重的最佳制作和最佳专辑奖,还包揽了最佳流行合唱和乡村合唱奖,这对跨国组合的5项提名中全部命中,成为本届格莱美奖最大的赢家。年仅20岁的阿黛尔打败了美国本土万人迷乔纳森兄弟,获得了本年度的“最佳新人”。获提名最多的Hip-Hop歌手李尔#8226;韦恩在综合类大奖中一无所获,只在说唱类奖项中拿到了4项大奖,而提名数仅次于李尔#8226;韦恩的酷玩乐队最终捧得了包括“年度最佳单曲”在内的3项大奖。In the end, Grammy voters came to their senses.While they zigged in a commercial direction, towards Lil' Wayne, in their nominations, they zagged back to the creativity of Alison Krauss and Robert Plant for the final, top prizes.True, the starry pair's album, "Raising Sand," might not have been a career-defining work - for either of them.But it had daring and a fine mood on its side. Before they twinned their voices for these rare songs, few listeners would have imagined bluegrass chanteuse Krauss and post-Zeppelin yowler Plant in the same city, let alone in the same studio. Yet they found a bracing mean in their mutual love of spooky folk.Going back to such Zep songs as 1971's "Gallow's Pole," Plant showed a keen interest in acoustic roots music.Obviously, Krauss has long worked her way around that territory.Never, though, had she mined the particular, spectral sound the two forged together, with key help from longtime Americana producer T-Bone Burnette. If "Raising Sand," and its shadowy songs, fully deserved to steal the headlines at last night's show, the precise categories it snagged weren't always on point.The album cut "Please Read the Letter" won for Record of the Year (a prize awarded for the sound and production of the piece), while Coldplay's "Viva La Vida" took the trinket for Song of the Year (a prize keyed to the composition).It should have been reversed. "Letter" has greater strength as a piece of songwriting, "Vida" more power as a shimmering production. Voters did themselves proud, however, in their choice of Best New Artist.The pleading vocals of Adele mine more emotion than any of the other candidates, with the possible exception of roiling Ramp;B singer Jazmine Sullivan. Certainly, the one-named British star deserved the nod over the country slickness of Lady Antebellum, the retro-fitted pop of Duffy, and the teen dream goofiness of the Jonas Brothers.Adele's song "Chasing Pavements" also richly deserved its place in the Best Female Pop Vocal slot. Another gratifying moment came with the Best Hard Rock Performance nod going to The Mars Volta.They're guitar-oriented music's most forward thinking band. Satisfying as well was Kings of Leon nabbing the gold in one of the wordiest categories: Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals.You could quibble that the Kings' album actually rated as last year's best. But that's a minor carp.Considering the goofy list of nominations this year (with particular head-scratchers crowding the Song of the Year slot), it looks like, once again, the Grammys dodged their own bullet. /200902/62356It has often been said that opposites attract but research suggests that initial spark of attraction soon fades and does not make for a long and happy married life.A survey carried out by The Oxford Internet Institute, looked at the habits of 1,000 couples to find the secret of a happy relationship.The poll was conducted for online matchmaking service eHarmony.People who want to sign up for the site, complete a comprehensive questionnaire of more than 200 questions, which takes about an hour to complete."At the time that we launched in 2000, people were really sceptical that you could bring technology or scientific research to something that had always been attributed in these magical terms to some unknowable quality about why two people connect," Greg Waldorf, eHarmony's chief executive said.eHarmony to claim that every day on average 118 US couples who met on eHarmony get married--2% of the total number of marriages.Paula Hall, a relationship psychotherapist at the UK relationship service says: "Compatibility is an essential ingredient in relationship happiness, but some differences are inevitable. How couples manage those differences is the key to long-term success."But there is not one formula for all couples. Analysis of the data gathered by eHarmony shows that across cultures couples value very different things.For instance, Britons are the least likely to complain if modern life leaves their partners too tired for sex. Australians are less worried by their spouse being less affectionate and Americans argue more.Happily married people in the UK tend to agree more on how to make major decisions, how family finances are handled, the division of household tasks, and how to deal with parents and in-laws. Compared to the US and Australia, UK couples are the least likely to be worried if their partner is regularly too tired for sex.In the US, couples put more focus on the interpersonal facets of their relationships, reporting that they laugh together, exchange ideas, kiss, and confide in each other more often. However, they also have more arguments and are more likely to report that their partners annoy them.In Australia, couples put a lot of stock in working on projects together, and it is the country where couples are least likely to be concerned that their spouse doesn't show enough love and affection.Couples in the US, the UK and Australia experience a dip in marital satisfaction around the birth of their first child, which Mr Waldorf attributes to a period of adjustment to the change in the relationship. Chinese couples, by contrast, actually experience a rise in satisfaction, which Mr Waldorf suggests is due to a stronger immediate family support network. /200812/59291

To one who has just sneezed, people generally say, “God bless you.” In many European countries, sneezing is traditionally associated with death. Americans believe that one is very close to death when one sneezes, because sneezing can drive the soul from the head, or the life from the body. So to the sneezer they say, “God bless you”, as a charm against the danger of the moment. But some people have given more sensible explanations for the custom. They say it was St.Gregory who first said, “God bless you”, after others sneezed, because in his time there was a deadly disease, and sneezing was a sign that the sneezer might have caught the disease. Aristotle mentions a similar custom among the Greeks. One Greek writer tells us that sneezing was an important symptom of a disease that sp in Athens.打喷嚏对刚打过喷嚏的人,人们通常说:“上帝保佑你。“在欧美,打喷嚏意味着死到临头,因为过去有人以为打喷嚏会把灵魂从脑袋里打出去,或者把生命从身体里打出去。于是人们祝福一下,以化解危险。但还有一些解释似乎更合理。有人说是教皇圣格列高利最先说这句祝福话的,他在世时正流行一种致命的疾病,打喷嚏是一个症状。亚里士多德也在著作中提到,希腊人就有向打喷嚏的人祝福的习俗。另一位古希腊作家写道,雅典流行的一种疾病的重要症状就是打喷嚏。 /200906/74388

各位有没有想过,为什么在英语写作的时候,第一人称单数的代词I不管出现在句中什么位置都一定要大写呢?为什么you,we,they,he,she之类的人称代词不用大写呢?北京大学英语系教授辜正坤先生在央视《讲坛》“当茶遇到咖啡”系列节目“中西语言文字与文化比较”一讲中对上面这个问题有这样的解读:“我们人类的文化,包括中国的文化和西方的文化,有时候在口语当中容易表现出来,最简单一个字就可以把问题说清楚。举个例子来说,在英语当中,以代词来说吧,你(you),我们(we),他们(they),他(he),她(she),这些代词都是不大写的,但是只有一个字要大写,谁呀,I,我就要大写。那么反过来说,在中国他就刚好相反,同样的是称呼“我”,那么中国人是怎么称呼呢?他就不会去大写了,当然没有那个拼写的大写,用别的方式来表述,会说“在下”、“鄙人”,就是皇帝也会称自己“寡人”或者“孤”,都是尽量地尊重别人,克制自己的这种心态。这跟西方文化当中的“我”一下子就区别开了。一个代词的使用就可以看得出来这两种文化是分道扬镳的,在很多方面极性是相反的。”第一人称单数的代词I大写这个问题在语言学中是有共识的。《巴恩哈特语源学辞典》(The Barnhart Dictionary of Etymology ,W H. W. Wilson,1988)中就有这样的解释:"The pronoun 'I' developed from the unstressed form of Old English (about 725) ic singular pronoun of the first person (nominative case). Modern and Middle English I developed from earlier i in the stressed position. I came to be written with a capital letter thereby making it a distinct word and avoiding mising handwritten manuscripts. In the northern and midland dialects of England the capitalized form I appeared about 1250."也就是说,在古英语中“我”最初是用ic两个字母来表示,逐渐演变成为单个字母i。一旦成为单个字母i的时候就出现了一个问题,i这个小写的词在手写体中很容易与前后的词混淆,所以大约在1250年起英格兰中部和北部的方言中就开始使用大写的I。《莫里斯字词源词典》(Morris Dictionary of Word and Phrase Origins)也指出,把I(我)大写与ego(自我意识)无关,只是为了避免混淆和错误(the reason for the capital I is simply to avoid confusion and error)。此外,也有语言学者认为,I作为人称代词与you,they,he,she还是有区别的,因为这是书写者的自称,比如John Wilson是作者的话,如果写自己的名字当然要大写,所以当用I来代表John Wilson时也要大写。所以,英语中第一人称单数I大写并不是因为西方人个人至上、自我中心的思维逻辑。说到逻辑,辜正坤教授上面的那段话也有不严谨之处。英语中的I大写只是英语的语法,并不代表其他欧洲语言的第一人称单数也一定大写,比如法语的je(我)在句中出现时就不能大写。辜教授是如何从一个简单的英语单词推广到所有西方语言进而得出西方文化与中国文化“分道扬镳”的呢?当然,我质疑I大写的文化含义,只是认为这个例子举得不够恰当,并非否认英语和汉语词汇区别的确可以显示东西文化差别。美国夏威夷大学汉学家、哲学家安乐哲(Roger T.Ames)教授举过这样的例子:比如用英文说:“Everybody please stand up.”我们要用everybody(每一个身体)、everyone(每一个人)来讲,换作中文来说就是“大家请站起来”,“大家”和“everybody”的涵义是有区别的。在安乐哲教授看来,这个例子说明了中西方文化的差异,中国文化所强调的是一种人与人之间的关系性,人类是彼此依靠的,是相互关联的,了解一个人要从不同的社会关系上去了解。 /201007/108779Is romantic love a mental illness, as Plato said, a story that ends in death or the highest human achievement?Sarah Vine and Tania KindersleyThere are 21 dictionary definitions for the word love. Every woman may come to a point in her middle life when she suspects that she doesn't understand the first thing about any of these. Poets, philosophers, playwrights and pop singers from Socrates to Stevie Wonder have had a great deal to say about love.It is the sweetest thing; it is a red, red rose; it is a battlefield; it is a drug, a delusion, a lunacy. It is the answer, and the question. It is a balm, and a piercing arrow. H.L.Mencken compared it to perceptual anaesthesia; Keats wrote that it was his religion; Shakespeare called it a familiar, a devil, an ever-fixed mark, a smoke, a fire, a sea, a madness, a fever, a choking gall; it is like sunshine after rain, and does not bend.Of the various loves, romantic love is the most complicated and inexplicable. It can come on when you least expect it (and with the most unsuitable person), it can cast you from the heights of ecstasy to the abyss of despair, it can roar in you one moment then dissipate as quickly as breath on glass. It is what drives you to offer yourself to another human for the rest of your natural life, but only a few years later you may look back and have no memory at all of that initial ecstasy. Romantic love can be so confusing that sometimes you simply want to give up on the whole thing and concentrate on the nature of dark matter, or macroeconomics, or something else less tiring.A little biology can be helpful here. In the first throes of romantic love you are under the influence of a powerful chemical cocktail: dopamine (which makes opiates look like aspirin) is rushing through your veins. As if that were not enough, a perfect mixture of vasopressin and oxytocin, the attachment hormones, are raging around your body. Much of this was discovered through extensive study of prairie voles, who mate for life, spend a great deal of time tenderly grooming each other and nesting together, and studiously avoid meeting other potential partners.If only all men were just like prairie voles, we say, but if wishes were horses we would all be Lady Godiva.Aside from the chemical cosh, you also have the small-brain problem. MRI scans have shown that falling in love involves only a very tiny part of the brain, a much smaller part than is used when, say, operating heavy machinery. Researchers at University College London have remarked wryly that it was fascinating to reflect that Helen of Troy could have launched a thousand ships through the agency of such a limited expanse of cortex.It is vital, therefore, to bear in mind that when falling in love and choosing your mate you may be making a decision about the rest of your life based on only a fraction of your cognitive function. This limited section of the brain is also the exact same part that responds to cocaine, which means that you may select a partner for life, move to Anchorage and decide to make many babies, all based on the same area of the cortex that enjoys an illegal substance that makes you talk accelerated gibberish all night long.Plato said that love is a mental disease. Modern researchers agree enthusiastically, categorising love as a form of madness and echoing what psychologists have been telling tearful patients for years. (There are certain shrinks who refuse to treat people in the early throes of love because they are too insane to do a thing with.) Currently, scientists are having a genteel academic squabble over whether love most closely resembles the manic phase of bipolar disorder or the characteristics seen in obsessive compulsive disorder.There is also a school of thought that insists love is a cultural phenomenon. As the great French cynic La Rochefoucauld said: “People would not fall in love if they had not heard love talked about.” The culture keeps up a rapid-fire bombardment of the power and the glory of romantic love, and yet it seems curious that so many of the Greatest Love Stories Ever Told - Cathy and Heathcliff, Tristan and Isolde, Heloise and Abelard, Lancelot and Guinevere - end in disaster, if not death and carnage. If we were being really sceptical, we might conclude that it is delusional that “in love” should be regarded as the greatest and most time-consuming aspiration of the modern female. /200902/62698You don't have to add an extra hour to the day to find time for each other. These six fun strategies can keep you connected immediately.你不必为了彼此的相处而额外挤出一个小时的时间,以下的六大高招就可以让你俩立刻亲密起来。1. Be funny. 情趣Kind-spirited humor can douse a hot argument, head off a fight, and turn the drudgery of household responsibilities and planning into something witty, smart, and hilarious. Stick with warm humor; sarcasm and snide remarks aren't relationship-builders.善意的玩笑可以缓和争吵,平息争斗,还能把家务缠身的苦差变成一种诙谐、智慧和欢笑。当然玩笑要适度,讽刺挖苦有损感情地培养。 /200911/89290

Is it really? Well, according to Dr. Mao over at Yahoo Health, this is quite true. He also presents some practical things that we could all do to help the environment and be healthier at the same time. Seeing as we have just recently celebrated Earth Day, this topic is quite appropriate, don’t you think? Let’s take a look at some of Dr. Mao’s suggestions.Less Plastic, More HealthLightweight, durable and versatile, plastic is everywhere in our modern world; this is bad news for the environment and our health.He lists down a lot of things at home which are made of plastic. This prompted me to look through some of my things and he is right! Heck, even this laptop I am using has a lot of plastic parts. So what’s bad about plastic?According to Dr. Mao, “many plastics release vinyl chloride and other harmful estrogen-like substances that can lead to cancer, birth defects, hormonal imbalance, and lung and liver disease.”He might be right or he might be overstating things a bit but it wouldn’t hurt to use less plastic.Some practical suggestions? Instead of using plastic containers as the default, why not use glass ones instead? I also like the wooden and ceramic variations as well.Let’s look at a few more things next time. 这是真的吗? 好,通过毛士在雅虎健康网上说的,这的确是真的,他也举了几个我们能够做的实际事情保护环境,同时这些事情更有益于健康.鉴于我们刚刚庆祝的地球日 ,这个话题是比较合适的,你不觉得吗?让我们看看毛士的一些建议吧.少一点塑料,多一点健康。轻便,耐用以及多功能的塑料在现代社会随处可见,这对我们的环境和健康非常不利。他列举了一些在家使用的塑料制品。这促使我审视一些我的东西,我发现他说的对!令我来气的是我的笔记本电脑也用了许多的塑料零件。那么,关于塑料有什么不好呢?毛士说许多的塑料能释放氯乙烯和其他的有害的的雌性激素,人吃了能够致癌,导致出生缺陷,激素不平衡以及肺病和肝。他说的也许对或者是夸张了一点,但这并不对少用塑料的人造成伤害。还有其他的一些实际的建议吗?,既然不用塑料容器是默认,为什么不用玻璃代替呢?我同样喜欢木制的和陶瓷替代品。 /200806/42591If you're middle-aged and your memory's not what it used to be, check the bathroom scale, researchers warned, suggesting overweight people tend to score more poorly on tests of memory than their thinner peers do.The findings suggest that a heavier weight in middle age may mean a higher risk of dementia later in life.Reporting in the journal Neurology, the researchers speculated that higher rates ofcardiovascular diseaseor diabetes might help explain the link. But it's also possible that substances produced by fat cells, such as the hormone leptin, have direct effects on the brain.The study compared mental abilities to body mass index (BMI), a measurement of weight in relation to height used to define overweight and obesity. A BMI of 25 or more indicates overweight, and 30 or more is obese.The study also investigated the relationships between BMI and cognitive function in 2,223 healthy men and women between the ages of 32 and 62 in France through the use of four cognitive tests.The study found a higher BMI was associated with lower cognitive test scores. Results from a test involving word memory recall show people with a BMI of 20 remembered an average of nine out of 16 words, while people with a BMI of 30 remembered an average of seven out of 16 words. 研究人员提醒,如果你已步入中年,发现自己的不如从前,那么你得小心体重了。研究表明,超重的人记忆测试的得分要比较瘦的人低。研究发现,体重偏大的中年人今后患老年痴呆症的可能性较大。研究报告在《神经学》期刊上发表,研究人员推断,心血管疾病及糖尿病的高发现象可以解释其中的原因。此外,脂肪细胞所产生的物质,如瘦体激素,对大脑有直接影响。此项研究将调查对象的智力与体重指数进行了对比。体重指数指的是身高和体重之间的比例,主要用来衡量一个人是否偏胖或肥胖。体重指数为25或25以上的人偏胖,达到30或30以上的人则为肥胖。研究人员还对体重指数和认知功能间的关系进行了研究,他们在法国对2223位年龄在32岁至62岁间的健康男女进行了认知测试。研究发现,体重指数越大,认知测试的得分越低。其中一项"单词记忆"的测试结果表明,在16个单词中,体重指数为20的人平均能记住9个,而体重指数为30的人平均只能记住7个。 /200809/47095首先我们还是先来看一下PK在英语里面的几种意思:把“PK”在网上百度或者google一下,会出来两种目前认为比较普遍的解释: 1、penalty kick的缩写:PK其实就是指足球中的点球大战,这一幕往往也是足球运动中最惊心动魄、决定胜负的时刻。(注:penalty: n.处罚, 罚款; kick: v.踢 n.踢) 2、player killing的缩写:是一种打斗方式,引申为“单挑”,来源于网络游戏中玩家之间的对打,是一个电脑游戏中的专有名词。(也就是两个玩家决斗,单挑决出谁是胜者。是一种非常刺激的玩法,如果你不买某个人的帐,最出气的办法就是象剑客 一样向他发起挑战,并把他摞倒在台上。) (注:player:n.玩游戏的人, 比赛者; killing: n.v.杀害) 传说中“PK”的渊源:PK这个词从MUD时代就广为流传,玩网游的人不知道PK是什么意思简直是不可思议的。PK是Player Killing的缩写,指得是玩家与玩家间的较量,以一方生命(游戏中)的终结为直接目的所进行的对抗。国内外的网游玩家普遍达成共识,中国玩家喜欢PK,可能与中国渊源久远的历史背景有关,在诸侯割据、战火纷飞的年代诞生出的英雄故事,总能流传百世,让后人回味无穷。网络游戏中恰恰能够提供一个相似的群雄崛起的大环境,让那些身在和平年代的玩家们过一把或英雄或枭雄的瘾。从“PK”到“VS”: 关于PK,我在上面谈了很多,这让我联想到英语的另外一个很常用并且很实用的缩写词“VS”, 它与“PK”有着微妙的相同,但是又不能相替。 /200910/87833

前不久英国皇室宣布了威廉王子和女友凯特·米德尔顿即将结婚的消息。全球对这位新平民王妃都异常期待。而凯特本人在英国国内也摇身变成时尚偶像。她的穿衣风格被无数女性追捧。今天小编就带你一起来看看这位平民王妃如何演绎英国上流社会的穿衣范儿吧!The 28 year-old fiancée of Prince William has stayed true to her demure and practical style over the years.凯蒂的气质被英国媒体称为"demure and practical style",意思就是正经严肃,但又很实用的穿衣风格。图上凯蒂的一袭宝蓝色连衣裙搭配黑色小西装和礼貌,的确很有大家闺秀的风范。 /201012/120656Think back to your college years. Did you spend more time at the lab bench than at the bar? Was getting a date harder than organic chem? If you carried protection was it for your pocket? We thought so.A study published in the current issue of the journal Sexual Health found that science students were more likely to be virgins than their artsy classmates.Researchers in Australia surveyed 185 men and women, ages 16 to 25, at the University of Sydney on their sexual history and STD knowledge. Responses to questionnaires revealed that “art students were younger [and] more likely to be sexually active” than science students (who, presumably were too busy doing homework to get out and get busy).And on average across groups, males were less likely to have had sex than females.As for the reasons behind the disparity between art chicks and science geeks, lead author Bernadette Zakher, of the university’s Department of General Practice, reserved comment, saying that the survey did not delve deeply into demographics or sexual history, “There isn’t enough information for conjecture.”Nature podcast editor Adam Rutherford has a few ideas. “I just hate it when stereotypes are right,” he posted on the UK’s Guardian website. “The research does not go into the potential causes of this lack of bedroom activity by my boffin brethren, nor does it detail the worthy sacrifice of cheap carnal thrills for rational agility and mental development, which I have convinced myself lies at the root of this problem. That, and the personal hygiene issues.”He blames a dearth of sexy role models for today’s blossoming men of science, citing, for instance, Charles Darwin’s marriage to his cousin and positing that Sir Isaac Newton “almost certainly died a virgin.”The main purpose of Zakher’s research was to look at young people’s attitudes toward chlamydia screening. “The important findings,” she says, “are that young people are not aware or concerned about chlamydia infection despite their risk for acquiring it.” As if talking to girls wasn't aly scary enough. /200901/606501) It is an excellent source of antioxidants.绿茶能帮助你抵御衰老。2) It burns fat and enables you to exercise longer.绿茶能助你燃烧脂肪,延长运动时间。3) It prolongs your life.绿茶能延年益寿。4) It lowers stress but boosts brain power.绿茶能帮助你降压,增加大脑活力。5) It reduces high blood pressure.绿茶能降血压。 /201108/147323

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