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令人心潮彭湃的励志名言/The Power of Words  

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 令人心潮彭湃的励志名言/The Power of Words

1.No excuses for failure, only to find grounds for success.


2.One developed by those who have faith in the power, greater than 99 is only interested in.


3.The great are great because of his coexistence with others when times are hard, others have lost their confidence, he was determined to achieve their goals.


  4.Desire to enhance the enthusiasm, perseverance in order to slick mountain.


  5.Any restrictions, are from his heart began.


  6.Every ebb awaits an overwhelming flow.


  7.Never say die.


  8.FY-chi man; do not show, and air negative natural bachi footer.


  9.Own thousands of millions of people with lofty ideals, without a sense of 1000 Chi are only difficult to extremely difficult.


  10.Take binoculars to see other people, take a magnifying glass to see himself.


  11.Exposure to environmental excellence and the pursuit of excellence, you will become great.


  12.Re a long way, a step by step can be completed, and then a short road, do not stride feet can not reach.


1.No excuse for failure, only to find a successful method. Dignity from strength to strength from hard work!
    No excuse for failure, only the action for success.

2.The great  are greater because

    The great only appear great because we are on our knees. Let us rise.

3.Every ebb awaits an overwhelming flow.

美国著名的民权运动家Martin Luther King在I have a dream演讲词中说过:"We will hew out of the mountain of despair a stone of hope."(我们从绝望的大山中砍出一块希望的石头。)

 The people who get on in this world are the people who get up and look for circumstances they want, and if they cannot find them, make them. 在这个世界上取得成功的人,都努力去寻找他们想要的机会,如果找不到时,他们就自己创造机会。

If you weeped for the missing sunset ,you would miss all  the shinning stars.

The Power of Words 语言的力量
大耳朵英语  http://www.ebigear.com  2010-12-14 19:20:31  【打印】

    A group of frogs were traveling through the woods, and two of them fell into a deep pit. When the other frogs saw how deep the pit was, they told the two frogs that they were as good as dead. The two frogs ignored the comments and tried to jump up out of the pit with all their might. The other frogs kept telling them to stop, that they were as good as dead. Finally, one of the frogs took heed of what the other frogs were saying and gave up. He fell down and died.
    The other frog continued to jump as hard as he could. Once again, the crowd of frogs yelled at him to stop the pain and just die. He jumped even harder and finally made it out. When he got out, the other frogs said, "Did you not hear us?" The frog explained to them that he was a little deaf.
    He thought they were encouraging him the entire time.
                    令人心潮彭湃的12句励志名言 - harmonystrategy - 做人要实际
This story teaches us two lessons:
1. There is power of life and death in the tongue. An encouraging word to someone who is down can lift them up and help them make it through the day.
2. A destructive word to someone who is down can be what it takes to kill them.
1. Be careful of what you say. Speak life to those who cross your path. The power of words is sometimes hard to understand that an encouraging word can go such a long way.
2. Anyone can speak words that tend to rob another of the spirit to continue in difficult times. Special is the individual who will take the time to encourage another.

 3.You have to believe in yourself. That's the secret of success. 人必须相信自己,这是成功的秘诀。 

4.Our greatest glory consists not in never falling but in rising every time we fall.我们最值得自豪的不在于从不跌倒,而在于每次跌倒之后都爬起来。 

5.The people who get on in this world are the people who get up and look for circumstances they want, and if they cannot find them, make them. 在这个世界上取得成功的人,都努力去寻找他们想要的机会,如果找不到时,他们就自己创造机会。 

The Power of Words    http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=word-power&sc=CAT_SP_20081001
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Cover Image: October 2008 Scientific American Magazine The Power of  Words

 See Inside       Executive Editor Mariette DiChristina introduces the October/November issue of Scientific American MIND

                  By Mariette DiChristina  | October 1, 2008 | 4

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Psst. Have you heard the latest thing about him? And what she said about it?

Chances are you’d be dying to know about that delectable tidbit of gossip offered by a confidant. We just can’t seem to get our fill of such morsels about other people in our social circles.

Science tells us why: gossip is a kind of social grooming that helps our human networks hang together. We share news about friends and relatives, which solidifies our relationships with them. We dish about cheaters or people who wrong someone close to us, which helps to keep potential malefactors in line. We even learn why we are mesmerized by celebrities, whom we mistakenly feel we know intimately because they are in our living rooms on the TV every night.

As the power of gossip suggests, the words we choose can shape how we individually and collectively consider complex issues. If we speak of the “war” against terrorism, for instance, that implies battlefield solutions. But if we talk about it as a “crime” or a “disease,” that suggests approaches that are different—and perhaps ultimately more effective—for combating an intractable nonstate enemy. Each term has benefits and drawbacks, and they may be most effective when used in combination, as experts Arie W. Kruglanski, Martha Crenshaw, Jerrold M. Post and Jeff Victoroff explain in “Talking about Terrorism.”

One of the pleasures of reading Scientific American Mind is getting the latest thinking about how our minds work firsthand from the researcher authors themselves. So I’m excited to introduce the newest addition to our regular scientist contributors, neuroscientist Christof Koch. Go to his probing column, Consciousness Redux.

Note: This article was originally published with the title, "Word Power".

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1. leekatramados@hotmail.com 11:41 AM 10/1/08

Everyone should take a real hard look at the Power of Words article and ask themselves...Is that what it is really like?

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2. Aashrai in reply to leekatramados@hotmail.com 11:22 PM 10/1/08

I completely agree with the author. Gossip, within limits does seem to be an important tool for a society....to build opinions about each other and act accordingly. Obviously anything in excess is harmful!

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3. cs destiny 12:38 AM 10/4/08

The Alphabet Verses The Goddess (1998) by Leonard Shlain..proposes that the process of learning alphabetic literacy rewired the human brain, with profound consequences for culture. Making remarkable connections across a wide range of subjects including brain function, anthropology, history, and religion, Shlain argues that literacy reinforced the brain's linear, abstract, predominantly masculine left hemisphere at the expense of the holistic, iconic feminine right one. This shift upset the balance between men and women initiating the disappearance of goddesses, the abhorrence of images, and, in literacy's early stages, the decline of women's political status. Patriarchy and misogyny followed.Shlain contrasts the feminine right-brained oral teachings of Socrates, Buddha, and Jesus with the masculine creeds that evolved when their spoken words were committed to writing. The first book written in an alphabet was the Old Testament and its most important passage was the Ten Commandments. The first two reject of any goddess influence and ban any form of representative art.The love of Mary, Chivalry, and courtly love arose during the illiterate Dark Ages and plummeted after the invention of the printing press in the Renaissance. The Protestant attack on holy images and Mary followed, as did ferocious religious wars and neurotic witch-hunts. The benefits of literacy are obvious; this gripping narrative explores its dark side, tallying previously unrecognized costs.
For anyone interested in the power of words this is an enlightening read. cs

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4. cs destiny 12:59 AM 10/4/08

Another interesting test regarding the power that words have is written about in Malcomb Gladwell's book, Blink: The Power Of Thinking Without Thinking where he refers to a test called a priming experiment. devised by psychologist John Bargh . It offers a fascinating glimpse at how easily we are manipulated by words. More important it suggest that these clever manipulations, employed mostly by unscrupulous advertisers, are impotent when read with the intent to find the hidden agenda. Awesome material. cs

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