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英语名言警句欣赏  

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 英语名言警句欣赏  

1.

We (sea folk) can live to three hundred years old, but when we perish we turn into mere foam on the sea.

------Andersen, “The little mermaid”

我們(水族)能活到三百歲但我們死時我們成為海上的泡沫而已。

------安徒生<美人魚>

2.

Writers are well-known for their powers of invention and imagination.

------Andersen, “The Nightingale”

作家以創造力和想像力聞名。

------安徒生<夜鶯>

3.

Teas in the listener’s eyes are the finest possible reward for any singer.

------Andersen, “The Nightingale”

對任何歌唱者來說,聆聽者眼中的淚水是最好的報酬。

------安徒生<夜鶯>

4.

“But he hasn’t got anything on!” a little child said.

------Andersen, “The Emperor’s New Clothes”

「但他什麼也沒穿啊!」一個小孩子說。

------安徒生<國王的新衣>

5.

“I have many beautiful flowers,” he said, “but the children are the most beautiful flowers of all.”

------Wilde, “The Selfish Giant”

「我有許多美麗的花,」他說:「但這些孩子是所有花中最美麗的。」

------王爾德<自私的巨人>

6.

In war, the strong makes slaves of the weak, and in peace the rich makes slaves of poor.

------Wilde, “The Young King”

戰爭時,強者奴役弱者;和平時,富者奴役貧者。

------王爾德<年輕的國王>

7.

We have chains, though no eye beholds them; and we are slaves, though men call us free.

------Wilde, “The Young King”

我們鐐銬在身,雖然沒人見到;我們身為奴隸,雖然人們認為我們自由。

------王爾德<年輕的國王>

8.

The burden of this world is too great for one man to bear, and the world’s sorrow too heavy for one heart to suffer.

------Wilde, “The Young King”

這世界的擔子太重了,一個人承擔不起;這世界的悲傷太沉重了,一顆心承受不了。

------王爾德<年輕的國王>

9.

“What is the use of a book,” thought Alice, “without pictures or conversation?”

------Carroll, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland

「一本既沒有圖畫,又沒有對話的書,有什麼用呢?」愛麗絲想著。

------卡洛兒,<愛麗絲夢遊仙境>

10.

Man is not made for defeat. A man can be destroyed but not defeated.

------Hemingway, The Old Man and the Sea

人並不是生來給打敗的。人可消滅,但打不敗。

------海明威<老人與海>

11.

Man is not much beside the great birds and beasts.

------Hemingway, The Old Man and the Sea

比起那些偉大的鳥獸來,人算不了什麼。

------海明威<老人與海>

12.

Pain does not matter to a man.

------Hemingway, The Old Man and the Sea

對男子漢而言,痛苦算不了什麼。

------海明威<老人與海>

13.

There are more things to admire in men than to despise.

------Camus, The plague

人之可稱讚之點,多於其可鄙視之處。

------卡繆<瘟疫>

14.

What interests me is living and dying for what one loves.

------Camus, The plague

我感到興趣的是:為所愛而生,為所愛而死。

------卡繆<瘟疫>

15.

If there is one thing one can always yearn for and sometimes attain, it is human love.

------Camus, The plague

如果有一件人可以永遠渴望,而且有時能夠得到的東西,那就是人類的愛。

------卡繆<瘟疫>

16.

I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it.

------Voltaire

我不贊成你的意見,但我誓死保衛你的發言權。

------伏爾泰

17.

Laugh, and the world laughs with you; Weep, and you weep alone.

------Stevenson, “Solitude”

歡笑,世界與歡笑;哭泣,你自己一個人哭泣。

------史蒂文生,<孤寂>

18.

Anyone can carry his burden, however hard, until nightfall. Anyone can do his work, however hard, for one day.

------Stevenson

不論肩上的擔子如何沉重,總能負擔到日暮時分。不論工作如何艱辛,總可以支撐著做一整天。

------史蒂文生

19.

People ask you for criticism, but they only want praise.

------Maugham, Of Human Bondage

人們請你批評,但他們要的卻是讚美。

------毛姆,<人性枷鎖>

20.

If a nation values anything more than freedom, it will lose its freedom; and the irony of it is that if it is comfort or money it values more, it will lose that too.

------Maugham

如果國家對任何事的評估高於自由,它會喪失自由;諷刺的是,如果它評估高的是安逸或金錢,它也會喪失安逸或金錢。

------毛姆

21.

We can’t form our children on our own concepts; we must take them and love them as God gives them to us.

------Goethe

我們不能依據自己的觀念來訓練孩子;我們必須把他們當成上帝的賞賜,接納他們,愛護他們。

------哥德

22.

Life teaches to be less harsh with ourselves and with others.

------Goethe

生活教導我們對自己、對別人不要太嚴苛。

------哥德

23.

One of the most striking differences between a cat and a lie is that a cat has only nine lives.

------Mark Twain

貓與謊言最顯著的差異之一:貓只有九條命。

------馬克吐溫

24.

Everyone is a moon, and has a dark side which he never shows to anybody.

------Mark Twain

人人都是月亮,都有不願讓人見到的陰暗面。

------馬克吐溫

25.

“Classic.” A book which people praise and don’t read.

------Mark Twain

「經典之作。」人們稱讚卻不想讀的書。

------馬克吐溫

26.

Dictionaries are like watches; the worst is better than none, and the best cannot be expected to go quite true.

------Johnson

字典像手錶;最壞的比沒有好,最好的不能期待分秒不差。

------約翰生

27.

Life is a progress from want to want, not from enjoyment to enjoyment.

------Johnson

生活是需求不斷的過程,而非享樂不斷的過程。

------約翰生

28.

We want to live by each other’s happiness-not by each other’s misery.

------Chaplin, “The Great Dictator”

我們必須仰賴彼此的快樂過活─而非仰賴彼此的不幸。

------卓別林,〈大獨裁者〉

29.

Once a gentleman, and always a gentleman.

------Dickens, Little Dorrit

一日為紳士,終身為紳士。

------狄更斯,《小杜麗》

30.

Ignorance is not innocence but sin.

------Browning

無知並非單純,而是罪惡。

------勃朗寧

31.

You shall have joy, or you shall have power, said God; you shall not have both.

------Emerson

上帝說,你可以擁有喜悅,或者你可以擁有權勢;但是你不可以擁有二者。

------愛默生

32.

If we had no winter, the spring would not be so pleasant; if we did not sometimes taste of adversity, prosperity would not be so welcome.

------Bradstreet,  “Meditations Divine & Moral”

如果沒有冬天,春天不會如此悅人; 如果人們不是有時得嘗嘗不幸,幸運不會如此受人歡迎。

------布雷史崔,〈神聖與道德之沉思〉

33.

History is the might Tower of Experience, which Time has built amidst the endless fields of bygone ages.

------Van Loon, The Story of Mankind

歷史是經驗的巨塔。歲月在無限的往昔曠野中,建立此一巨塔。

------房龍,《人類的故事》

34.

The history of man is the record of a hungry creature in search of food.

------ Van Loon, The Story of Mankind

人類歷史是飢餓者尋覓食物的紀錄。

------房龍,《人類的故事》

35.

Glory abroad too often means misery at home.

------ Van Loon, The Story of Mankind

國外的光榮往往意味著國內的困苦。

------房龍,《人類的故事》

36.

A wise man gets more use from his enemies than a fool from his friend.

------Balthasar Gracian, “The Golden Mean”

智者從他的敵人那而所得到的益處,要比愚者從他的朋友那所得到的益處為多。

------葛雷辛,〈中庸〉

37.

People are never ridiculous for being what they really are, but for affecting what they really are not.

------Lord Chesterfield, ”Affectation”

人們在保持本來面目的時候,絕對不會是可笑的;只有在裝腔作態的時候,他們才是可笑的。

------柴斯特菲爾德,〈矯飾〉

38.

He who hunts for flowers; and he who loves weeds will find weeds.

------Beecher, “The Cynic”

尋覓花朵的人將找到花朵;喜愛雜草的人將找到雜草。

------畢奇爾,〈犬儒主義者〉

39.

We can lift ourselves out of ignorance, we can find ourselves as creatures of excellence and intelligence and skill.

------Richard Bach, Jonathan Livingston Seagull

我們可以提升自我,遠離無知,可以發現自己是卓越、聰明、技巧高超的動物。

------李察?巴哈,《天地一沙鷗》

40.

The gull sees farthest who flies highest.

------ Richard Bach, Jonathan Livingston Seagull

飛的最高的海鷗看得最遠。

------李察?巴哈,《天地一沙鷗》

41.

Don’t believe what your eyes are telling you. All they show is limitation. Look with your understanding.

------ Richard Bach, Jonathan Livingston Seagull

不要相信眼睛告訴你的。眼睛展現的有限的。用你的悟性來觀照。

------李察?巴哈,《天地一沙鷗》

42.

When one wishes to play the wit, he sometimes wanders a little from the truth.

------Saint-Exupery, The Little Prince

想賣弄機智的人,有時會偏離真理少許。

------修伯里,《小王子》

43.

It is much more difficult to judge oneself than to judge others. If you succeed in judging yourself rightly, then you are indeed a man of true wisdom.

------ Saint-Exupery, The Little Prince

判斷自己遠比判斷他人困難。如果你能正確判斷自己,你實際上是一位具有真正智慧的人。

------修伯里,《小王子》

44.

The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all true art and science.

------Einstein, ”What I Believe”

我們能體驗的最美好的東西是神秘的事物。它是所有真正藝術和科學的來源。

------愛因斯坦,〈我的信仰〉

45.

The love of liberty is the love of others; the love of power is the love of ourselves.

------Hazlitt, “Political Essays”

愛自由即愛他人;愛權勢即愛自己。

------海斯利特,〈政治散文〉

46.

Order makes possible the highest human relationships which are the principle source of man’s education.

------Meyer, “A Tick of Clock”

秩序使最完美的人類關係得以改變,這種關係是人類教育的主要來源。

------梅育,〈一瞬間〉

47.

The love and freedom I want for myself are to be tested by the love and freedom I give others.

------Raymond Swing, “Action Is the Measure”

我所要的愛和自由,取決於我給予他人的愛和自由。

------史溫,〈尺度〉

48.

Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.

------Santayana The Life of Reason

記不得過去的人,註定要重蹈覆轍。

------桑塔亞那,《理性生活》

49.

The young man who has not wept is a savage, and the old man who will not laugh is a fool.

------ Santayana

不曾哭泣的年輕人是野人;不願歡笑的老人是愚人。

------桑塔亞那

50.

In short, I begin to write in order to get even on death.

------Saroyan, “Why I Write”

簡言之,為了不虧欠死神,我開始寫作。

------薩拉揚,《我為什麼寫作》

51.

If it weren’t for art, we’d have vanished from the face of the earth long ago.

------Saroyan, ”Leaf and Loaf “

如果不是有藝術的話,我們早就從地球表面消失了。

------薩拉揚,<葉子和麵包>

52.

Take time before time takes you.

------Richmond, “A New Look from Borrowed Time “

在你死去以前,你應該儘量利用時間。

------李奇蒙,<新生寐語>

53.

The older I grow the more I distrust the familiar doctrine that age brings wisdom.

------Mencken

我年紀越大,越不相信年齡換來智慧這種眾所周知的說法。

------孟肯

54.

Don’t throw stones at your neighbors’, if your own windows are glass.

------Franklin

如果你家是玻璃窗子,不要朝你的鄰屋丟石頭。

------佛蘭克林

55.

In war there is no substitute for victory.

------Mac Arthur

戰爭時,勝利沒有代替品。

------麥克阿瑟

56.

Old soldiers never die; they only fade away.

------Anonymous, “War Song”

老兵不死,只是凋零。

------作者不詳,<戰歌>

57

There is only one happiness in life, to love and be loved.

------George Sand

生命中只有一件快樂的事:愛與被愛。

------喬治桑

58.

Art for art’s sake is an empty phrase. Art for the sake of the true, art for the sake of the good and the beautiful, that is the faith I am searching for.

------George Sand

為藝術而藝術是句空話。為真、為善、為美而藝術是我追尋的信條。

------喬治桑

59.

All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than other.

------Orwell, Animal Farm

所有動物皆平等,但是有些動物比其他動物更平等。

------歐威爾,<動物農莊>

60.

When all the people of the world remember to laugh, particularly at themselves, there will be no more dictators and no more wars.

------Ben Lucien Burman, “Antidote for War”

當世界各國的人都記得要大笑,尤其是笑他們自己,世界上就不會有獨裁者,也不會有戰爭。

------勃曼,<防戰良藥>

61.

People should be beautiful every way – in their faces, in the way they dress, in their thoughts and in their innermost selves.

------Chekhov

人們應該在每方面都美─美在臉上,每在衣著上,每在思想上,每在藏於心底的自我。

------契可夫

62.

It is a great thing to start life with a small number of really good books which are very own.

------Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

用幾本你的真正好書展開生命,乃是一件重大的事。

------柯南道爾

63.

There can be no freedom or beauty about a home life that depends on borrowing and debt.

------Ibsen A Doll’s House

仰賴借貸與債務過活的家庭生活,毫無自由或美言。

------易卜生,〈玩偶之家〉

64.

You can tell character of every man when you see how he receives praise.

------Seneca

看人如何接受稱讚,你就能分辨他的品德。

------塞尼加

65.

No one can make you feel inferior without your consent.

------Eleanor Roosevelt, This Is My Story

未經你的認可,沒人會使你自覺較差。

------愛麗娜?羅斯福,《我的故事》

66.

Human suffering is mostly made by man himself.

------Leon J. saul, “Suffering Is Self-Manufactured”

人的苦難多半是自作自受。

------李昂?索爾,〈自作自受〉

67.

The way to find joy in life is to understand that you are given life to enjoy it.

------Alexandra Tolstoy, “Leo Tolstoy”

在生命裡尋覓快樂的方法,就是了解你被賦予生命是為了享受生命。

------亞歷山卓?扥爾斯泰,〈扥爾斯泰〉

68.

If a free society cannot help the many who are poor, it cannot save the few who are rich.

------Kennedy, “Inaugural Address”

自由社會如果不能幫助眾多的窮人,也就不能保全少數的富人。

------甘迺迪?〈就職演說〉

69.

Mankind must put an end to war or war will put an end to mankind.

------Kennedy

人類必須消滅戰爭,否則戰爭將消滅人類。

------甘迺迪

70.

He who loves another tries truly to understand the other.

-----Overstreet, “The Hidden World Around Us”

愛別人的人,就會真誠的設法了解別人。

------奧佛斯特里特,〈隱密的世界〉

71.

Man cannot have dignity without loving the dignity of his fellow.

------Bernstein, “The Mountain Disappears”

人若不尊重別人的尊嚴,自己就不能有尊嚴。

------伯恩斯坦,〈山不見了〉

72.

Books are the legacies that a great genius leaves to mankind, which are delivered down from generation to generation to, as present to the prosterity of those who are yet unborn.

------Addison, The Spectator

書是偉大的天才留給人類的遺產,當作給予尚未出生的後代的禮物。

------亞狄生,《旁觀者》

73.

Truth has no special time of its own. Its hour is now – always.

------Schweitzer, Out of My Life and Thought

真理沒有屬於它自己的時間。它的時間就是現在─永遠如此。

------史懷哲,《我的生命與思想》

74.

The direction in which education starts a man will determine his future life.

------Plato, The Republic

人受教育時的開始方向,會決定他未來的生活方法。

------柏拉圖,《理想國》

75.

Without the memories, it’s all meaningless.

------Lois Lowry, The Giver

沒有記憶,什麼都沒有意義。

------露意絲?勞里,《記憶受領員》

 

76.

Books cannot be killed by fire. People due, but books never die. No man no face can abolish memory.

------Roosevelt

書不會毀於戰火。人會死,但書勇不死。沒有人也沒有武力可以終止記憶。

------羅斯福

77.

I believe that man will not merely endure; he will prevail.

------Faulkner

我相信人不僅忍受;他將戰勝。

------佛克納

78.

I am found of reading in all shapes; but particularly such as tends to educate the mind and invigorate the spirit.

------Rochefoucauld, “Portrait of Himself”

我喜歡所有形式的閱讀;但尤其喜歡那種傾向教育心靈與賦予精神的書。

------羅徹佛柯,〈自畫像〉

79.

The more we experience our freedom, the more we recognize that of the other.

------Sartre, “Why Write?”

我們越是感到自己的自由,我們就越承認別人的自由。

------沙特,〈為什麼寫作?〉

80.

Remember that the most beautiful things in the world are the most useless; peacocks and lilies for instance.

------Ruskin, The Stones of Venice

記住:世界上最美的事物是最沒用的,例如孔雀雨百合花。

------羅斯金,《威尼斯之石》

81.

Reading is a tow-way process; the reader can also write; television viewing is a one-way street: the viewer cannot create television image.

------Marie Winn, “Viewing vs. Reading”

閱讀是雙向過過程:讀者也能寫作;觀賞電視單行道:觀賞者無法創造電視意象。

------溫恩,〈觀賞對閱讀〉

82.

We decide what is important and what is trivial in life.

------Loseph Epstein, “The Virtues of Ambition”

我們認定生命中何者為重,何者為輕。

------艾普斯坦,〈雄心的美德〉

83.

Long before I wrote stories, I listened for stories.

------Eudora Welty, “Moon on a Silver Spoon”

早在我撰寫故事之前,我就傾聽故事了。

------威蒂,〈銀湯匙上的月亮〉

84.

To be conscious that you are ignorant is a great step to knowledge.

------Disraeli, Sybil

自知無知乃是邁向知識的一大步。

------狄斯累利《西碧爾》

85.

Language is the road map of a culture.

------Brown, “To the Victor Belongs the Language”

語言是一種文化的公路線路圖。

------布朗,〈語言屬於勝利者〉

86.

The good life is one inspired by love and guide by knowledge.

------Russell, “The Good Life”

美好的生活即由愛激勵、由知識引導的生活。

------羅素,〈美好的生活〉

87.

Love is a word which covers a variety of feelings.

------ Russell, “The Good Life”

愛是一個包含多種感情的人。

------羅素,〈美好的生活〉

88.

Delight without well-wishing may be cruel; well-wishing without delight easily tends to become cold and a little superior.

------ Russell, “The Good Life”

沒有祝福的喜悅可能是殘忍的;沒有喜悅的祝福易於傾向於冷酷與少許高傲。

------羅素,〈美好的生活〉

89.

Education deals with the development of the intellectual powers of men.

------Hutchins, “The Basis of Education”

教育與人的智力發展有關。

------胡欽斯,〈教育的基礎〉

90.

Learning does not stop as long as a man live, unless his learning power atrophies because he does not use it.

------ Hutchins, “The Basis of Education”

除非人因不曾利用自己的學習力量,以致這種力量萎縮,則只要活著,學習不會停下來。

------胡欽斯,〈教育的基礎〉

91.

Books are to mankind what memory is to the individual.

------Lubbock. “The Delight of Books”

書之於人類,正如記憶之於個人。

------拉布克,〈書之喜悅〉

92.

No man is an island, entire of itself.

------Donne, Devotions upon Emergent Occasions

人非完全自立自足的孤島。

------但恩,《面臨危機時的祈禱》

93.

The right to speak freely is one of the necessary means to the attainment of the truth.

------Walter Lippmann, “Freedom of Speech”

言論自由的權利是獲致真理的必須方式之一。

------李普曼,〈言論自由〉

94.

Reading is not merely sympathizing and understand; it is also criticizing and judging.

------Woolf, ”How Should One Read a Book?”

閱讀不僅是同情與了解,也是批評與判斷。

------吳爾芙,〈人應該如何讀書?〉

95.

To read a book well, one should read it as if one were writing it.

------ Woolf, ”How Should One Read a Book?”

要把一本書讀好,應該讀得自己正在寫書似的。

------吳爾芙,〈人應該如何讀書?〉

96.

Reading is one of the most arduous and exhausting of occupations.

------ Woolf, ”How Should One Read a Book?”

讀書是一件最費力、最累人的工作。

------吳爾芙,〈人應該如何讀書?〉

97.

The ballot is stronger than the bullet.

------Lincoln

選票比子彈更有力量。

------林肯

98.

As I would not be a salve, so I would not be a master.

------Basler, The collected Works of Abraham Lincoln

我不願當主人,正如我不願當奴隸。

------巴斯勒,《林肯全集》

99.

Love is the chain whereby to bind a child to his parents.

------Lincoln, “Conversation at the White House”

愛是連結子女與父母的鏈子。

------林肯,〈白宮談話〉

100.

Selfishness is the greatest curse of the human race.

------Gladstone, “Speech at Hawarden”

自私是人類的最大禍源。

------葛萊斯東,〈哈瓦登演講〉

101.

It is no use to blame the looking glass if your face is awry.

------Gogol, The Inspector-General

如果你的臉是歪斜的,責怪鏡子是沒用的。

------果戈里,《總督察》

102.

The history of the world is but the biography of great men.

------Carlyle, Here and Hero Worship

世界歷史只不過是偉人的傳記。

------卡萊爾,《英雄與英學崇拜》

103.

As a rule, men habitually use only a small part of the powers which they actually possess.

------William James

一般來說,人習慣上只使用了他們真正擁有的能力的一小部分。

------威廉?詹姆士

104.

Write a book, cross the ocean, take a new job, change your pace.

------ William James

寫一本書,越過大洋,接受新工作,變換你的步調。

------威廉?詹姆士

105.

Knowledge is one thing, virtue is another.

------Newman, The Idea of a University

知識是一件事,美德是另一件事。

------紐曼,《一間大學的理念》

106.

Youth is like spring, an overpraised season.

------Butler, The Way of All Flesh

青春有如春天,一個過度讚賞的季節。

------巴特勒,《眾生之路》

107.

People who know little are usually great talker, while men who know much say little.

------Rousseau, Emile

懂得不多的人常是空論者,而淵博者則寡言。

------盧梭,《愛彌兒》

108.

Nature never deceives us; it is always we who deceive ourselves.

------ Rousseau, Emile

大自然從不欺騙我們;欺騙我們的永遠是我們自己。

------盧梭,《愛彌兒》

109.

The thirst after happiness is never extinguished in the heart of man.

------Rousseau, Les Confessions

對快樂的渴望永遠不會在人心中熄滅。

------盧梭,《懺悔錄》

110.

A compliment is something like a kiss through a veil.

------Hugo, Saint Denis

稱讚有幾分像是透過面紗的輕吻。

------雨果,《聖丹尼斯》

111.

The supreme happinees of life is the conviction that we are loved.

------Hugo, Les Miserables

堅信我們被愛是生命的至樂。

------雨果,《悲慘世界》

112.

A man is not idle because he is absorbed in thought. There is a visible labor and there is an invisible labor.

------ Hugo, Les Miserables

人不因專注於思考而被認為遊手好閒。有看得見的工作,也有看不見的工作。

------雨果,《悲慘世界》

113.

The greatest pleasure I know is to do a good action by stealth, and to have it found out by accident.

------Lamb, “Table Talk”

我所知道的最讓人愉快的事是暗中行善,而且偶然被發現。

------蘭姆,〈用餐閒談〉

114.

Every man takes the limits of his own field of vision for the limits of the world.

------Schopenhauer, Studies in Pessimism

人人都把自己視野領域的極限當作世界的極限。

------叔本華,《悲觀主義的研究》

115.

Do not shorten the morning by getting up late; look upon it as the quintessence of life, as to a certain extent sacred.

------ Schopenhauer, Counsels and Maxims

不可因起床過晚兒縮短了清晨時光;把清晨當成生命的典型,有如某種程度的神聖。

------叔本華,《忠告與格言》

116.

To marry is to halve your rights and double your duties.

------ Schopenhauer, The World as Will and Idea

結婚是權利減半,責任加倍。

------叔本華,《世界之為意志與理念》

117.

The strongest of all warriors are theses two –Time and Patience.

------Tolstoi, War and Peace

最健壯的勇士有二 ─ 時間與耐心

------托爾斯泰,《戰爭與和平》

118.

Happy families are all alike; every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.

------Tolstoi, Anna Karenina

快樂家庭都是相似的;不快樂家庭的不快樂卻各有不同。

------托爾斯泰,《安娜?卡列妮娜》

119.

When you betray somebody else, you also betray yourself.

------Singer

你出賣別人時,也出賣了自己。

------辛格

120.

We know what a person thinks not when he tells us what he thinks, but by his actions.

------ Singer

我們知道一個人的想法,並非在他告訴我們他的想法時,而是依據他的所作所為。

------辛格

121.

Doubt is part of all religion. All the religious thinkers were doubters.

------ Singer

懷疑是所有宗教的一部分。所有宗教思想家都是懷疑者。

------辛格

122.

Sometimes love is stronger than a man’s convictions.

------ Singer

有時候,愛比人的信念更為堅強。

------辛格

123.

The greatness of art is not to find what is common but what is uniqe.

------ Singer

藝術的偉大不在於尋找一般性,而是在於尋找獨特性。

------辛格

124.

A novel is a mirror that strolls along a highway. Now it reflects the blue of the skies, now the mud puddles underfoot.

------Stendhal, The Red and the Black

小說是沿著大到漫步的一面鏡子。一會兒,他反映青天;一會兒,他反映足下的泥濘污水坑。

------斯湯達爾,《紅與黑》

125.

Love has always been the most important business in my life; I should say the only one.

------Stendhal

愛永遠是我生命中最重要的事;我應該說是唯一的事。

------斯湯達爾

126.

A hungry man is not a free man.

------Stevenson

飢餓者並非自由者。

------史蒂文生

127.

Those who corrupt the public mind are just as evil as those who steal from the public purse.

------Stevenson

破壞輿論的人與偷竊國庫的人同樣邪惡。

------史蒂文生

128.

A statesman cannot afford to be a moralist.

------Durant, “What is Civilization?”

政治家成不了道德家。

------杜蘭,〈何謂文明?〉

129.

Nature is trying very hard to make us succeed, but nature does not depend on us. We are not the only experiment.

------Fuller

自然想盡辦法要讓我們成功,但自然並不仰賴我們。我們不是唯一的實驗。

------富勒

130.

We shouldn’t teach great books; we should teach a love of reading.

------Skinner

我們不應該教導偉大的書籍;我們應該教導偉大的閱讀。

------史基呢

131.

Without reading, civilization would disappear in one generation.

------Russell, Literature for Civilization

沒有閱讀,文明在一代就會消失。

------羅素,《兒童文學》

132.

Life shrinks or expands in proportion to one’s courage.

------Nin

生命的萎縮或擴展與一個人的勇氣成正比。

------尼恩

133.

To beautify life is to give it an object.

------Jose Marti, On Oscar Wilde

美化生命及賦予生命目標。

------馬惕,《論王爾德》

134.

Don’t hurry, don’t worry. You’re only here for a short visit. So be sure to stop and smell the flowers.

------Hagen

不要慌張,不要煩惱。你只是在這短站作客而已,所以務必要停下來聞聞花香。

------哈根

135.

Every man desires to live long, but no man would be old.

------Swift, Thoughts on Various Subjects

人人都想要長壽,但沒人願意老。

------史威夫特,《雜思集》

136.

Literature opens for all readers new realms of discovery and understanding.

------Lukens, A Critical Handbook of Literature for YA

文學為所有讀者開拓了發現與了解得新領域。

------陸肯士,《青少年文學批評手冊》

137.

Whatever you love and trust in this world loves you in return.

------Frank Harris, “The holy Man”

你在這世上所愛與信任的任何事物,會愛你作為回報。

------哈里士,〈聖者〉

138.

The difficulty in life is the choice.

------Moore, The bending of the Bough

生命中的困難在於抉擇。

------摩爾,《樹枝之搖曳》

139.

Life has a value only when it has something valuable as its object.

------Hegel, Philosophy of History

生命唯有以一件有價值之事為其目標時,才有價值。

------黑格爾,《歷史哲學》

140.

If you are reading in order to become a better reader, you cannot read just any book or article.

------Adler, “Reading and the Growth of the Mind”

如果你為了想成為更好的讀者而閱讀的話,你不能只讀任何書或文章。

------爾德勒,〈閱讀與心靈的成長〉

141.

A good book does reward you for trying to read it.

------Adler, “Reading and the Growth of the Mind”

好書確實會因你想去閱讀而報答你。

------爾德勒,〈閱讀與心靈的成長〉

142.

There is no limit to the amount of growth and development that the mind can sustain.

------Adler, “Reading and the Growth of the Mind”

心靈能夠支撐的成長與發展限度是沒有限制的。

----- 爾德勒,〈閱讀與心靈的成長〉- 

143.

Love is an achievement not easy to attain.

------Fromm, “Man Is Not a Thing”

愛是一項不易實現的成就。

------弗洛姆〈人不是東西〉

144.

The only medicine for suffering, crime, and all the woes of mankind, is wisdom.

------Huxley, Science and Education

唯一能醫治痛苦、罪刑以及所有人類其他災難的藥,是智慧。

------赫胥黎,《科學與教育》

145.

In human relations kindness and lies are worth a thousand truths.

------Greene, The Heart of the Matter

在人的關係中,愛與諾言值一千件真事。

------格林,《問題的核心》

146.

No human being can really understand another, and no one can arrange another’s happiness.

------Greene, The Heart of the Matter

沒人能真正了解別人;沒人能安排別人的快樂。

------格林,《問題的核心》

147.

Some books are to be tasted, other to be swallowed, and some few to be chewed and digested.

------Bacon, “Of Studies”

有些書淺嘗即可有些說可囫圇吞下,少數書是要細細品味的。

------培根,〈論讀書〉

148.

I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, but the content of their character.

------King, Jr., “I have A Dream”

我有一個夢:將來有一天,我的四個小孩會生活在一個不是以其膚色,而是以其品德內涵為判斷標準的國家裡。

------金恩,〈我有一個夢〉

149.

In spite of everything I still believe that people are really good at heart.

------Anne Frank, The Diary of A Young Girl

不管怎樣,我依然相信人的心地確實是善良的。

------安妮?富蘭克,《少女安妮的日記》

150.

Whoever is happy will make others happy too. He who has courage and faith will never perish in misery.

------Anne Frank, The Diary of A Young Girl

快樂的人會使得別人也快樂。有勇氣和信心的人永不會死於不幸。

------安妮?富蘭克,《少女安妮的日記》


 

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