英语哲理名句之:Character

  Where there is a will there is a way.

    有志者事竟成。—— W. Scott 斯科特

    All our dreams can come true - if we have the courage to pursue them.

    我们所有的梦想都能成为现实-只要我们有勇气去追求。—— W. Disney 迪斯尼

    You have to believe in yourself. That’s the secret of success.

    人必须相信自己,此乃成功之秘诀。—— C. Chaplin 卓别林

    Self-trust is the first secret of success.

    自信乃成功之第一秘诀。—— R. Emerson 爱默生

    Virtue is bold, and goodness never fearful.
    
    美德是勇敢的,为善永远无所畏惧。—— W. Shakespeare 莎士比亚

    Be studious in your profession, and you will be learned. Be industrious and frugal, and you will be rich. Be sober and temperate, and you will be healthy. Be in general virtuous, and you will be happy.

    职业上勤于学习,你就会精通。勤劳俭省,你就会富裕。节制适度,你就会健康。凡事讲德性,你就会幸福。—— B. Franklin 富兰克林

    It is better to be faithful than famous.

    守信用胜过有名气。—— T. Roosevelt 罗斯福

    The path down to evil is easy.

    堕落到罪恶的道路上去是很容易的。—— Virgil 维吉尔

    Labor is often the father of pleasure.

    勤劳常是快乐之父。—— Voltaire 伏尔泰

    Diligence is the mother of good luck.
    
    勤奋是幸运之母。—— B. Franklin 富兰克林

    Practice makes perfect.

    熟能生巧。—— G. Crabbe 克雷布

    A penny saved is a penny gained.

    存一分就得一分。—— T. Fuller 富勒

    Poverty is no sin.

    贫穷并非罪孽。—— G. Herbert 赫伯特

    Human pride is human weakness.

    骄傲乃人类之弱点。—— M. B. Eddy 艾迪

    Pride costs us more than hunger, thirst, andcold.

    骄傲给我们带来的损失超过饥渴和寒冷。—— T. Jefferson 杰弗逊

    A great man is always willing to be little.

    伟人总愿当个平常人。—— R. Emerson 爱默生

    Freedom lies in the being bold.

    自由在于勇敢。—— R. Frost 弗罗斯特

    All men cannot be first.

    不能人人都第一。—— T. Fuller 富勒

    The love of money is the root of all evil.

    对金钱的爱是万恶之源。—— R. L. Stevenson 斯蒂文生

    To err is human, to forgive divine.

    失误人皆有之,而宽恕乃超人之举。—— A. Pope 蒲柏

    A small leak will sink a great ship.

    小漏沉大船。—— T. Fuller 富勒

    Kind words are the music of the world.

    善言乃人世间的音乐。—— J. H> Fabre 法布尔

    Speech is silver, but silence is gold.

    雄辩是银,沉默是金。—— T. Carlyle 卡莱尔

    Well done is better than well said.

    干得好胜于说得好。—— B. Franklin 富兰克林

    When angry, count ten before you speak; if very angry, a hundred.

    生气的时候,先数到十再说话;如果非常生气,就先数到一百—— T. Jefferson 杰弗逊

    Speak not when others speak; sit not when others stand, and walk not when others stop.

    他人讲话时不要讲话;他人站立时不要坐着;他人驻足时不要行走.—— G. Washington 华盛顿

    Speak not in an unknown tongue in company, but in your own language; and that as those of quality do, and not as the vulgar.

    在别人面前不要用别人听不懂的方言讲话,而要用自己本来的语言;谈吐要像有教养的人,不要像粗俗之辈。—— G. Washington 华盛顿

    Think before you speak; pronounce not imperfectly, nor bring out your words too hastily, but orderly and distinctly.

    先思考后说话;发音要准确,说起话来不要太急,而要有条有理、清请楚楚。— G. Washington 华盛顿

    Whoever is in a hurry shows that the thing he is about is too big for him.

    匆匆忙忙往往表明力不从心。—— P. Chesterfield 切斯特非尔德

    Any affectation whatsoever in dress implies, in my mind, a flaw in the understanding.

    在我看来,穿着打扮上的任何矫柔造作都意味着其人悟性上的瑕疵。—— P. Chesterfield 切斯特非尔德

    Politeness costs nothing and gains everything.

    礼貌无须花钱,却能赢得一切。—— M. W. Montagu 蒙塔古

    Every action in company ought to be with some sign of respect to those present.

    待人接物之一举一动,理应对在场各位表示一些尊重。—— G. Washington 华盛顿

    In the presence of others sing not to yourself with a humming voice, nor drum with your fingers or feet.

    在他人面前不要独自哼唱,也不要用手指或脚叩击。—— G. Washington 华盛顿

    Turn not your back to others, especially in speaking; jog not the table or desk on which another reads or writes; lean not on anyone.

    不要转身背对别人,尤其在讲话的时候;别人读书写字的时候,不要碰撞台子或书桌;不要靠在任何人身上。—— G. Washington 华盛顿

    Be no flatterer, neither play with anyone that delights not to be played with.

    不要奉承拍马,也不要去与不喜欢嬉闹的人嬉闹。—— G. Washington 华盛顿

    Read no letters, books, or papers in company; but when there is necessity for doing it, you must ask leave. Come not near the books or writings of anyone so as to read them unasked; also look not nigh when another is writing a letter.

    在客人面前不要读信、读书或读报;有必要这样做时,必须道声失陪。别人在看书或别的东西时不要走近,以免擅自阅读;别人写信时也不要近看。    —— G. Washington 华盛顿

    Let your countenance be pleasant, but in serious matters somewhat grave.要和颜悦色,不过遇到要事则应显得神色庄重。—— G. Washington 华盛顿

    Gaze not on the marks or blemishes of others, and ask not how they came.What you may speak in secret to your friend deliver not before others.

    不要盯住别人的疤痕或斑点看,不要打听这些瑕疵是怎么产生的。可以私下向朋友吐露的不要道与外人听。—— G. Washington 华盛顿

    Undertake not what you cannot perform; but be careful to keep your promise.

    不要承担自己无法履行的事;但要注意言而有信。—— G. Washington 华盛顿

    Use no hurtful deceit. Think innocently and justly; if you speak, speak accordingly.
  
    不要采取有害的欺诈行为。思想要正当无邪,如果要说话,就要说得恰当。—— B. Franklin 富兰克




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