英文格言(二)

A man, like a watch, is to be valued by this manner of going.
    一个人,正如一个时钟,是以他的行动来定其价值的。
    -William Penn(英国海军上将佩恩)
    
    The tragedy of the world is that those who are imaginative have but slight experience, and those who are experienced have feeble imagination.
    世界的悲剧就在于有想象力的人缺乏经验,而有经验的人缺乏想象力。
    -Alfred North Whitehead(英国哲学家怀特海)
    
    The way to win an atomic war is to make certain it never starts.
    赢得核战争的方法是确保它永远不会发生。
    -Bradley Omar(美国上将奥马尔)
    
    Experience is what you get when you don’t get what you want.
    经验是当你没得到想得到之物时所得到的东西。
    -Dan Stanfort(美国实业家斯坦福)
    
    All I am, or can be, I owe to my angel mother.
    我之所有,我之所能,都归功于我天使般的母亲。
    -Abraham Lincoln(美国总统林肯)
    
    Experience without learning is better than learning without experience.
    有经验而无学问胜于有学问而无经验。
    -Bertrand Russell(英国哲学家罗素)
    
    Experience keeps a dear school, yet fools will learn in no other.
    经验始终是收费高的学校,然而,笨汉非进此学校不可。
    -Benjamin Franklin(美国总统富兰克林)
    
    Follow your own course, and let people talk.
    走自己的路,让人家去说吧。
    -Alghieri Dante(意大利诗人但丁)
    
    If you would have a thing well done, you must do it yourself.
    如果要将事情做好,就得亲自动手。
    -Henry Wadsworth Longfellow(美国诗人朗费罗)
    
    Nothing is more terrible than ignorance in action.
    最可怕的事莫过于行动中的无知。
    -Desiderius Eramus(荷兰人文主义者伊拉莫斯)
    
    Our deeds determine us, much as we determine our deeds.
    什么样的人便决定了干什么样的事;同样,干什么样的事也决定了是什么样的人。
    -George Eliot(英国小说家艾略特)
    
    When a man is wrapped up in himself he makes a pretty little package.
    一个只顾自己的人不足以成大器。
    -John Ruskin(英国作家罗斯金)
    
    The secret of being miserable is to have leisure to bother about whether you are happy or not.
    痛苦的秘密在于有闲功夫担心自己是否幸福。
    -George Bernard Shaw(英国剧作家肖伯纳)
    
    Optimists always picture themselves accomplishing their goals.
    乐观主义者总是想象自己实现了目标的情景。
    -Lucius Annaeus Seneca(古罗马哲学家,西尼加)
    
    Almost any situation ---good or bad--- is affected by the attitude we bring to.
    差不多任何一种处境-----无论是好是坏-----都受到我们对待处境的态度的影响。
    -Lucius Annaeus Seneca(古罗马哲学家西尼加)
    
    Perhaps you can’t control your job, but you may be able to make other changes in your life.
    或许你不能支配自己的工作,但你能够使生活发生转变。
    -Alan Loy Mcginnis(英国作家麦金尼斯)
    
    The Chinese word for crisis is divided into two characters, one meaning danger and the other meaning opportunity.
    中文的“危机“分为两个字,一个意味着危险,另外一个意味着机会。
    -Burejer(英国作家布瑞杰)
    
    The tragedy of life is not so much what men suffer, but what they miss.
    生活的悲剧不在于人们受到多少苦,而在于人们错过了什么。(英国散文家、历史学家,卡莱尔)
    -Thomas Carlyle(英国散文家卡莱尔)
    
    I find life an exciting business ------ and most exciting when it is lived for others.
    我发现生活是令人激动的事情,尤其是为别人活着时。
    -Helen Keller(美国作家,海伦•凯勒)
    
    Young men make great mistakes in life; for one thing, they idealize love too much.
    年轻人一生中常犯大错误,其中之一就是把爱情太理想化了。
    -John Ray(美国科学家雷伊)
    
    I don’t wait for moods. You accomplish nothing if you do that. Your mind must know it has got down to work.
    我从不等待情绪的来临。如果你一味等待,就将一事无成。你必须牢记,只有动手才能有所得。
    -Pearl Buck(美国作家赛珍珠)
    
    Experience is the child of thought, and thought is the child of action. We cannot learn men from books.
    经验是思想之子,思想是行动之子,了解他人不可以书本为据。
    -Benjamin Disraeli(英国政治家狄斯雷利)
    
    The measure of a man’s real character is what he would do if he knew he would never be found out.
    衡量一个人真正的品质,要看他在知道永远也不会被人发现的情况下做些什么。
    -Thomas Bobington Macaulay(英国历史学家麦考莱)
    
    Take time to deliberate, but when the time for action arrives, stop thinking and go in.
    考虑是不要匆忙,但是一旦行动的时刻来到,就要毫不犹豫地投身行动。
    -John Albion Andrew(美国废奴运动领导人安德鲁)