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2019年10月22日 08:06


  丰碑,词典的解释为:“高大的石碑,比喻不朽的杰作,伟大的功业,有永久价值的证物或著名的事例,尤指值得记载或保存的艺术上或智慧上的成就”不过,丰碑最初可不是碑,而是一种埋藏于地下的“引棺木”
  据《礼记》记载,古时天子和诸侯下葬时,需要抬沉重的棺椁;下棺时,需要一种固定绳索的工具,而丰碑就是这种固定绳索的工具。
  最早的丰碑,上面是有圆孔的,然后用辘轳将绳索穿过中间的圆孔,或者缠绕其上,借以引棺下室。
  它不是石头雕的,而是木头砍成的。汉代以后才改用石头,想必是防止“丰碑”腐烂吧。
  据《周礼》记载,使用丰碑下葬,也是有规格的。换言之,不是任何人都可以使用丰碑下葬的,“公室视丰碑,三家视桓楹”只有天子驾崩了,才可以使用丰碑下葬。丰碑最初仅是天子的专利,后来才慢慢扩展到诸侯和皇亲国戚,再后来,才扩展到普通百姓。不过,老百姓早忘了丰碑最初的作用,而是将它刻上字,立在坟墓的外面,用以纪念逝者,“垂名迹于不朽,树风声于没世”此时的丰碑,早已背离丰碑最初的作用了,丰碑,变成了真正意义上的“碑”


  有一年,法国作家博马舍应邀到一所大学演讲,演讲结束之后,他看到了校园的墙壁上张贴着一张海报,是为这所大学的一名学生募捐的海报。原来,这名叫比尔的学生患了重病,需要一笔很大费用进行治疗,所以,同学们便张贴了海报。博马舍得知了详情后,立即捐了100元钱给比尔,然后便离开了那所大学。半年以后的圣诞节,他收到了比尔寄来的贺年卡,已经病愈的比尔向他表示了感谢。博马舍因此感叹道:“我只是捐了一点钱,比尔却感激了我这么多年。所以,现在感动的不是他,而是我了”
  别人对自己的好,哪怕只是一点点好,也要牢牢记住。
  (摘自《演讲与口才》)
  素材解读
  人生难免遭遇困难,甚至不幸。处于此境况之人很需要他人的帮助,我们向他伸出援助之手,就能使他摆脱困境或不幸,这是一种高尚的品质。而当我们是被帮助者时,则应对帮助者心存感激,懂得感恩,这也是一种高尚的品质。
  通用话题
  感激   感恩
  爱心   帮助jeep 自由光
  秋风起,卷起层层热浪,推向无边的远方。雨,也悄然降临,再裹挟着夏天湿热的气息扬长而去,让土地等待下一捆的乌云再次肆虐……
  绵长的雨韵,长了,就给人以压抑。怅然倚于窗前,看青砖黛瓦与阴沉混入无尽的远方,想着肩上厚重的书山,心,猛然被揪紧了。
  不知何时,就这样昏昏睡去。伴着秋虫哀鸣,淅沥的雨声与梦交织,却只感到背上丝丝刺骨的凉意。也不知何时,睁开了惺忪的双眼,却不曾有雨声寥落在耳旁。哦,雨停了,停了。嗯,该写会儿作业了。
  又是苍白的底色,死板的字。忽地,一池金色泼了进来,明晃晃的。哦,是阳光,阳光。我的心被那团温柔牵引着,缓缓地,缓缓地,半个身子探出了窗外。也不知雨与太阳是怎样交替更迭的,此时已晴空万里。天如洗过的蓝宝石,与橙黄的阳光相互辉映,焕发着迷人的光彩。我张开双臂,搂住满怀的阳光,仿佛冬日被母亲用棉被幸福地裹住,我的心,由内而外,由寒冰融化在暖阳中,化成水静静流淌。周遭的一切都被镀了层耀眼的金色,一切都显得那么静谧美好,听秋虫在醉人的阳光里,浅唱低吟。
  我贪婪地吮吸着阳光,让它在我身上生根发芽,到酿出美酒,滋润我原本怅然郁闷的心。此时的我,只感觉有一种自信,一种力量,一种拼搏的勇气,一种成功的希望在我心中喷涌而出,慢慢升腾、弥漫……  或许是运气吧,让我在读书最懈怠,被冰冷的雨水浇得彻骨寒时,可以邂逅那一缕温暖的阳光。与阳光的相遇,让我倍感力量。或许人生也是如此,总要经历那么一段迷茫、挫折、挣扎,才会守得云开见月明,享受追求成功路上的充实喜悦吧。压抑辛劳的初三终于来了,我明白,不能以秋雨的心情度过这段充满挑战的日子,而应持阳光的心态,去拼搏,去努力,去创造,不抱怨,不逃避。
  感谢这次与阳光的相遇,一扫连绵几天阴雨的心情。走吧,追随阳光的脚步,让相遇成为相伴!
  (指导老师:江  峰)


  一
  When a person died in Bali, his family and1. _______
  friends are not usually sad; for them dead is the 2. _______
  beginning of an another life. The dead person will3. _______
  come back to the world with another shape. Before 4. _______
  this happen, his old body must go. In some places5. _______
  in Bali, the dead body put on a high ground6. _______
  and in a tree. The body is then often eaten by animals. 7. _______
  And usually in Bali the body is burned. After 8. _______
  being burned, the dead person can easy come9. _______
  back to life to live in this world.10. ______
  二
   Some things about computers are easier as you may1. _______
  fear. First, computers are logical(逻辑的). Things at first 2. _______
  seems difficult will make sense to you after you learn the3. _______
  rules. Second, it is really not hardly to learn enough to4. _______
  use today machines. You don"t need to be great brain.5. _______
  But you do have to learn to think it in new ways. 6. _______
  And you do have to keep good bit of information7. _______
  in your head. Finally, there are many people 8. _______
  around whom are really enthusiastic(热心的) about 9. _______
  computers. This people are always happy to be of help.10. ______
  三
  In England it is never too hot and too cold for work or 1. _______
  play in the open air. This is because the sea. The sea keeps 2. _______
  the island warmth in winter and makes the air cool in summer. 3. _______
  The winds also have much more to do with the weather in England.4. _______
  The winds blow from the southwest two days out of 5. _______
  every three. The winds from the Atlantic are wet as good as6. _______
  they are warm. They also bring plenty of rain for the island.7. _______
  The east and northeast winds is cold and dry.8. _______
  The weather changes great in England. In spring, sunshine9. _______
  and rain follow each other very often that an umbrella
  or a raincoat are the things you want most in England. 10. ______
  四
   Tables manners are important in China. If1. _______
  one is invited to dinner, he should not late2. _______
  and should bring some small gift for the host(主人). 3. _______
  The oldest sits facing the door or the 4. _______
  window and the other guests sit in the order of his 5. _______
  ages. One should begin eating until everyone6. _______
  was seated. It is bad manners to eat only 7. _______
jeep 自由光
  春之眼
  清晨,推开窗户,阵阵香气扑面而来。这是春风送来的花草清香与泥土气息。我经不住这春雨诱惑,一头钻进雨的世界。透过雨的薄纱,只见一切朦胧而美丽,娇柔而含羞……伴着那千丝万缕密密斜织的雨丝,杨柳挥洒着一头秀发,隐约间,沾满了点点鹅黄的嫩芽,饱胀得似乎要张开嘴,吸尽这春的乳汁。俯视脚下,一片若隐若现的绿丛。几朵盛开的迎春花,点缀在绿丛中。那副娇嫩的样子,像怀抱一个春天的梦,在风中轻轻摇曳。雨小了,苍翠的松柏精神抖擞,焕然一新;笋芽儿在不经意间冒出地面,使人想起“生之力”,发出万千感慨。这些,大概就是春的眼睛吧!
  夏之彩
  夏是多彩的。不必说盛开鲜花的多姿多彩,也不必说各种果实的五颜六色,单是这深深浅浅的绿色就足以让你陶醉了:刚冒出来的树芽儿是嫩绿嫩绿的,长成叶子了,颜色又变成碧绿碧绿的了;田野里,金黄的油菜花谢了,取而代之的是一大片嫩绿的油菜;大麦成熟得早些,麦穗早已泛黄,而小麦虽已抽穗,但离成熟还早,仍绿油油的;河畔野草遍地,深绿色的、浅绿色的、绿得发黄的、绿得发黑的、绿中带红的……一年四季的绿,在夏这个季节里正开博览会呢!
  秋之曲
  秋天是四季的舞者,舞出了幸福的瑞锦,谱出了优美的旋律。秋风爱抚着大地,它吹落了田野里稻穗的绿衫,露出金色的胸膛,散发出扑鼻的清香;它吹得苹果、橘子们羞红了脸庞,逗得石榴娃娃开心大笑,露出它们晶莹透亮的牙齿。还有山坡上,小路旁,到处都是秋之菊,还有那些带角的枫叶,仿佛轻盈的燕子,斜贴在水面上,和着习习秋风,“哗哗”,一片、一片、又一片……旋着,翻着,随波逐流。
  冬之谦
  冬天的雪,以它素洁的灵魂、动人的姿色、神奇的变幻,不知博得了多少文人的钟爱,留下了数以万计的千古绝唱。然而,冬天的美,主要在于它的谦逊。冬天不喜欢花里胡哨,它没有五颜六色,没有万物生机,它恐怕是最朴素的季节了。但是,在那皑皑白雪下面,孕育着来年跳动的生命。冬天用它的精力培养着它们、呵护着它们,希望它们能在来年快快发芽、快快生长,给人们带来美的享受、清新的空气、丰收的粮食,给人们带来美好家园。雪,依然下着,空中的雪花,就像扇动着翅膀的白蝴蝶,轻轻地飘飞……
  一年又一年,我被这自然四季所陶醉,在四季中品读,倾听……
  (指导老师:谢玉宝)

jeep 自由光:辛杜教养练竟是成池铉前教养练曾被韩国羽协不留情松雇用


  春之眼
  清晨,推开窗户,阵阵香气扑面而来。这是春风送来的花草清香与泥土气息。我经不住这春雨诱惑,一头钻进雨的世界。透过雨的薄纱,只见一切朦胧而美丽,娇柔而含羞……伴着那千丝万缕密密斜织的雨丝,杨柳挥洒着一头秀发,隐约间,沾满了点点鹅黄的嫩芽,饱胀得似乎要张开嘴,吸尽这春的乳汁。俯视脚下,一片若隐若现的绿丛。几朵盛开的迎春花,点缀在绿丛中。那副娇嫩的样子,像怀抱一个春天的梦,在风中轻轻摇曳。雨小了,苍翠的松柏精神抖擞,焕然一新;笋芽儿在不经意间冒出地面,使人想起“生之力”,发出万千感慨。这些,大概就是春的眼睛吧!
  夏之彩
  夏是多彩的。不必说盛开鲜花的多姿多彩,也不必说各种果实的五颜六色,单是这深深浅浅的绿色就足以让你陶醉了:刚冒出来的树芽儿是嫩绿嫩绿的,长成叶子了,颜色又变成碧绿碧绿的了;田野里,金黄的油菜花谢了,取而代之的是一大片嫩绿的油菜;大麦成熟得早些,麦穗早已泛黄,而小麦虽已抽穗,但离成熟还早,仍绿油油的;河畔野草遍地,深绿色的、浅绿色的、绿得发黄的、绿得发黑的、绿中带红的……一年四季的绿,在夏这个季节里正开博览会呢!
  秋之曲
  秋天是四季的舞者,舞出了幸福的瑞锦,谱出了优美的旋律。秋风爱抚着大地,它吹落了田野里稻穗的绿衫,露出金色的胸膛,散发出扑鼻的清香;它吹得苹果、橘子们羞红了脸庞,逗得石榴娃娃开心大笑,露出它们晶莹透亮的牙齿。还有山坡上,小路旁,到处都是秋之菊,还有那些带角的枫叶,仿佛轻盈的燕子,斜贴在水面上,和着习习秋风,“哗哗”,一片、一片、又一片……旋着,翻着,随波逐流。
  冬之谦
  冬天的雪,以它素洁的灵魂、动人的姿色、神奇的变幻,不知博得了多少文人的钟爱,留下了数以万计的千古绝唱。然而,冬天的美,主要在于它的谦逊。冬天不喜欢花里胡哨,它没有五颜六色,没有万物生机,它恐怕是最朴素的季节了。但是,在那皑皑白雪下面,孕育着来年跳动的生命。冬天用它的精力培养着它们、呵护着它们,希望它们能在来年快快发芽、快快生长,给人们带来美的享受、清新的空气、丰收的粮食,给人们带来美好家园。雪,依然下着,空中的雪花,就像扇动着翅膀的白蝴蝶,轻轻地飘飞……
  一年又一年,我被这自然四季所陶醉,在四季中品读,倾听……
  (指导老师:谢玉宝)jeep 自由光
  In The Origin Diet, dietitian Elizabeth Somer asserts that certain cravings were central to human survival and evolution. "Fat and sugar were scarce hundreds of thousands of years ago," she writes. "Fat was a precious source of calories (supplying more than twice the calories per gram of either protein or starch), and our ancestors had no need to develop an appetite shutoff valve for fat. Instead, when they found fatty food, they ate all they could get and developed an unlimited capacity to store extra calories."
  The quest for fat and sugar, Somer believes, is now hardwired into our brains, governed by dozens of chemicals including endorphins. Serotonin, for example, is the "feel good" chemical. When levels are low, we seem to crave sweets and carbs, which raise serotonin and improve mood. This may help explain why many women crave chocolate near their periods.
  What about the cravings that many pregnant women experience? Growing research suggests that odd food yearnings - and food aversions - may protect the fetus. Some pregnant women lose the desire to drink coffee or wine and turn green at the sight of fish, meat, eggs or vegetables. Instead, they crave sweets, fruits (especially citrus) and dairy products.
  One explanation: These foods are least likely to carry harmful organisms or natural toxins. "It may be your body is telling you to keep your fetus away from anything that might be toxic," says Frances Largeman, managing editor of FoodFit.com, a website promoting healthy eating habits.
  Largeman acknowledges that the theory doesn"t account for why some pregnant women hunger for pickles and others for apple strudel. Cravings are difficult to explain scientifically, she says, "because people don"t eat nutrients; they eat food." And everybody"s preferences differ.
  One explanation: These foods are least likely to carry harmful organisms or natural toxins. "It may be your body is telling you to keep your fetus away from anything that might be toxic," says Frances Largeman, managing editor of FoodFit.com, a website promoting healthy eating habits.
  Largeman acknowledges that the theory doesn"t account for why some pregnant women hunger for pickles and others for apple strudel. Cravings are difficult to explain scientifically, she says, "because people don"t eat nutrients; they eat food." And everybody"s preferences differ.
  Some experts think cravings are as much a reflection of our social and psychological makeup as they are of our physiological impulses. "Food adds solace to our lives," says Jeff Hampl, a spokesman for the American Dietetic Association. "Often, cravings are tied to a childhood experience and good feelings associated with it. There"s a subconscious desire to replace those emotions."
  This would explain my predilection for rapini, since my mother serves it every Thanksgiving. Yet regardless of the reason, Largeman — who craves salmon sometimes - thinks you should satisfy a craving when it strikes. "A craving usually just gets worse," She says, "and it could lead to binging."


  Albert tossed1 the papers on my desk--his eyebrows knit into a straight line as he glared at me.
  "What"s wrong?" I asked.
  He jabbed2 a finger at the proposal. "Next time you want to change anything, ask me first," he said.
  How dare he treat me like that, I thought. I had changed one long sentence, and corrected grammar, something I thought I was paid to do.
  It"s not that I hadn"t been warned. Other women who had worked my job before me called Albert names I couldn"t repeat. One coworker took me aside the first day. "He"s personally responsible for two different secretaries leaving the firm," she whispered.
  As the weeks went by, I grew to despise Albert. His actions made me question much that I believed in, such as turning the other cheek and loving your enemies. Albert quickly slapped a verbal insult on any cheek turned his way.
  One day another of his episodes left me in tears. I stormed into his office, prepared to lose my job if needed, but not before I let the man know how I felt. I opened the door and Albert glanced up. "What?" he asked abruptly.
  Suddenly I knew what I had to do. After all, he deserved it.
  I sat across from him and said calmly, "Albert, the way you"ve been treating me is wrong. I"ve never had anyone speak to me that way. it"s wrong, and I can"t allow it to continue."
  Albert snickered3 nervously and leaned back in his chair. I closed my eyes briefly. God help me, I prayed.
  "I want to make you a promise, I will be a friend," I said. "I will treat you as you deserve to be treated, with respect and kindness. You deserve that. Everybody does." I slipped out of the chair and closed the door behind me.
  Albert avoided me the rest of the week. Proposals and letters appeared on my desk while I was at lunch, and my corrected versions were not seen again. I brought cookies to the office one day and left a batch4 on his desk. Another day Ileft a note. "Hope your day is going great," it read.
  Over the next few weeks, Albert reappeared. He was reserved, but there were no other episodes. Coworkers cornered5 me in the break room. "Guess you got to Albert," they said.
  I shook my head. "Albert and I are becoming friends," I said in faith. I refused to talk about him. Every time I saw Albert in the hall, I smiled at him: After all, that"s what friends do.
  One year after our "talk," I discovered I had breast cancer. I was thirty-two, the mother of three beautiful young children, and scared. The cancer had metastasized6 to my lymph nodes7 and the statistics were not great for long-term survival. After my surgery, friends and loved ones visited and tried to find the right words. No one knew what to say, and many said the wrong things. Others wept, and I tried to encourage them. I clung to8 hope myself.
  One day, Albert stood awkwardly in the doorway of my small, darkenedhospital room. I waved him in with a smile. He walked over to my bed and without a word placed a bundle beside me. Inside the package lay several bulbs.
jeep 自由光
  “巾帼”一词常用于妇女的代称,尤其多用于形容女性中的强者和英雄,如“巾帼英雄”“巾帼豪杰”等。
  为何用“巾帼”作为女子的代称呢?原来,巾帼是我国古代妇女的一种假髻,它是用金属做成框架,外裱黑色缯帛以代头发。使用时直接戴在头顶,再绾以簪钗。因只用于妇女,故引申为妇女的代称。唐代元稹《酬乐天东南行》诗中写道:“椎髻抛巾帼”也就是说,南方女子头上光是梳个发髻,而不戴头巾和发饰。
  正因为“巾帼”是女子佩戴的东西,所以古代有人将“巾帼”一词送与男子以示羞辱。《三国志·魏志》中记载,诸葛亮出斜谷,屡向司马懿挑战,但司马懿却避而不出。诸葛亮无可奈何,便派人给司马懿送去了“巾帼妇人之饰”,一是发泄心中的愤懑;二是借以嘲弄司马懿没有男子汉的英雄气概。
  今天“巾帼”一词,早已没有羞辱男子的意思了,它已成为新时代妇女的一种尊称。

jeep 自由光:泌尿系结石吃什么好得了泌尿系结石需寻求剩意什么


  一
  The British love to think of themselves as polite, and everyone knows how fond they are of their "pleases" and "thank you". Even the simplest business such as buying a train ticket requires1seven or eight of these. Another2of our good manners is the queue. New-comers to Britain could be forgiven for thinking that queuing rather than football was the3national sport. Finally, of course, Motorists generally stop at crossings. But does all this mean that the British should consider themselves more polite than their European neighbors? I think not.
  Take forms of address(称呼) for example. The average English person4 he happens to work in a hotel or department store -- would rather die than call a stranger "Sir" or "Madam". Yet in some European countries this is the most basic of common address. Our5 "you" for everyone may appear more democratic, but it means that we are forced to seek out complicated ways to express6. I am all for returning to the use of "thee" and "thou" (Thee and thou are old-fashioned poetic words for "you"): "you" would be7for strangers and professional relationships.
  And of course, the English find touching and other shows of friendship truly terrifying. Have you noticed how the British 8ever touch? Personally, I find the Latin habit of shaking hands or a friendly kiss quite charming. Try kissing the average English person, and they will either take two steps backwards in horror; or if their escape is 9you will find your lips touching the back of their head. Now what could be 10 than that?
  
  1. A. at least B. at mostC. less thanD. not more than
  2. A. signal B. sceneC. signD. sight
  3. A. treeB. originalC. superiorD. advanced
  4. A. if B. whetherC. whenD. unless
  5. A. universalB. uniqueC. regularD. normal
  6. A. politenessB. gratitudeC. democracyD. consideration
  7. A. orderedB. reservedC. offeredD. stocked  8. A. highlyB. mostlyC. hardlyD. nearly
  9. A. confirmedB. assuredC. jammedD. blocked
  10. A. betterB. ruderC. more politeD. more frightening
  
  二
  It is very important to have healthy teeth. Good teeth help us to chew food. They also help us to look nice.
  How does a tooth go bad? The1begins in a little crack in the enamel (珐琅) covering of the tooth. This happens after germs and bits of food have2 there. Then the decay slowly spreads inside the tooth. In the end, poison goes into the blood, and we may feel quite ill.
  How can we keep our teeth3? First, we ought to visit our dentist twice a year. He can fill the small holes in our teeth before they destroy the teeth. He can4 our teeth to check that they are growing in the right way.5, many people wait until they have toothache before they see a dentist. Secondly, we should brush our teeth with a toothbrush and fluoride(氯化物) toothpaste at least6a day--once after breakfast and once before we go to bed. We can also use wooden toothpicks to7 between our teeth after a meal. Thirdly, we should eat food that is8to our teeth and our body: milk, cheese, fish, brown bread, potatoes, red rice, raw vegetables and fresh fruit. Chocolate, sweets, biscuits and cakes are bad, especially9we eat them between meals. They are harmful because they10our teeth and cause decay.
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  In The Origin Diet, dietitian Elizabeth Somer asserts that certain cravings were central to human survival and evolution. "Fat and sugar were scarce hundreds of thousands of years ago," she writes. "Fat was a precious source of calories (supplying more than twice the calories per gram of either protein or starch), and our ancestors had no need to develop an appetite shutoff valve for fat. Instead, when they found fatty food, they ate all they could get and developed an unlimited capacity to store extra calories."
  The quest for fat and sugar, Somer believes, is now hardwired into our brains, governed by dozens of chemicals including endorphins. Serotonin, for example, is the "feel good" chemical. When levels are low, we seem to crave sweets and carbs, which raise serotonin and improve mood. This may help explain why many women crave chocolate near their periods.
  What about the cravings that many pregnant women experience? Growing research suggests that odd food yearnings - and food aversions - may protect the fetus. Some pregnant women lose the desire to drink coffee or wine and turn green at the sight of fish, meat, eggs or vegetables. Instead, they crave sweets, fruits (especially citrus) and dairy products.
  One explanation: These foods are least likely to carry harmful organisms or natural toxins. "It may be your body is telling you to keep your fetus away from anything that might be toxic," says Frances Largeman, managing editor of FoodFit.com, a website promoting healthy eating habits.
  Largeman acknowledges that the theory doesn"t account for why some pregnant women hunger for pickles and others for apple strudel. Cravings are difficult to explain scientifically, she says, "because people don"t eat nutrients; they eat food." And everybody"s preferences differ.
  One explanation: These foods are least likely to carry harmful organisms or natural toxins. "It may be your body is telling you to keep your fetus away from anything that might be toxic," says Frances Largeman, managing editor of FoodFit.com, a website promoting healthy eating habits.
  Largeman acknowledges that the theory doesn"t account for why some pregnant women hunger for pickles and others for apple strudel. Cravings are difficult to explain scientifically, she says, "because people don"t eat nutrients; they eat food." And everybody"s preferences differ.
  Some experts think cravings are as much a reflection of our social and psychological makeup as they are of our physiological impulses. "Food adds solace to our lives," says Jeff Hampl, a spokesman for the American Dietetic Association. "Often, cravings are tied to a childhood experience and good feelings associated with it. There"s a subconscious desire to replace those emotions."
  This would explain my predilection for rapini, since my mother serves it every Thanksgiving. Yet regardless of the reason, Largeman — who craves salmon sometimes - thinks you should satisfy a craving when it strikes. "A craving usually just gets worse," She says, "and it could lead to binging."

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  I used to be just like every other kids, I was a very mischievous1 and I looked the way other little girls looked. But slowly my face started to change and at the age of four I was diagnosed with a rare genetic condition called Cherubism2.
  As my face became more deformed3 I started to become withdrawn. Kids at school would call me "fat chin" and "chubby4 cheeks". When I"d walk down the street I would be stared at and taunted5. Adults weren"t thing! which made me feel small and worthless. My teenage years were very hard because it"s a time when you want to fit in with your school friends and be popular and like everyone else. But I didn"t fit in, so I was very unhappy and kept wishing my face would become normal.
  I loved reading. I used to spend hours in the school and local library reading books to escape from the bullying6. Bullies don"t tend to go to libraries, it"s far too intellectual for them! But because I was reading so much my English levels increased and I got two As in my English GCSEs7. At first I wanted to leave school and become a doctor/vet/teacher/air hostess/hairdresser/nurse like my friends, but when I was fourteen I decided that I really wanted to be a film director/writer/poet/actress/producer/journalist! So I left school and went to college and I"m now finishing a degree in animation8, media and society. These years spent hiding in libraries turned out to be very useful indeed!
  I"ve often had people say to me, "Is there anything they can do for your face so you can look normal? No? Oh, isn"t that awful? You poor thing!" But is it so awful? I spend years feeling unhappy because people were cruel to me. But I realize now that it"s not my face that is the problem but people"s prejudices9. We live in a society that says physical difference is bad and beauty is good. But this has resulted in disfigured10 and disabled people like me being treated like secondclass citizens because our bodies are different and we are seen as less than human.
  My face is very different, and some would say it was ugly. But I"m proud to have it. It"s influenced me and made me stronger. I"m no angel(my childhood tendency towards mischief remains) but I think I"m okay. I learnt at a very young age that people can be cruel and ignorant and that the world is a very difficult place to live in when you have a disability or disfigurement. Perhaps I was too young to learn this. But I think having this face has taught me one of the most important things that a person can learn, that it"s okay to be different, even great to be different and that diversity is what makes life so special.
  
  我曾经和所有其他的孩子一样,爱吵爱闹,非常顽皮,看起来跟别的小女孩没什么不同。但是渐渐地,我的脸开始变化,到四岁时,我被诊断出患上了一种罕见的遗传病,叫做“颌骨增大症”
  随着我的脸变形越来越严重,我开始变得沉默寡言。学校里的孩子们管我叫“胖下巴”和“小肥脸”我走在街上,就会被人盯着看,还被嘲笑。大人们也好不了多少。他们也会盯着我,然后说一些“可怜的小东西!”之类的话,这让我自惭形秽,觉得自己一无是处。我的青少年生活痛苦难耐,因为这个年龄的人需要融入学校的朋友中去,受人喜爱,和大家一样。但是我却不能,很难过,一直希望自己的脸能变得正常。
  我喜爱阅读。我经常花几个小时在学校或当地图书馆里读书,以此来逃避别人的欺侮。他们不会欺侮到图书馆来,这里对他们来说学问太高了!通过大量的阅读,我的英语水平提高了。在普通中等教育证书的英语考试中得了两个A。起初,我想离开学校,像朋友们一样做一名医生/兽医/教师/空中小姐/美发师/护士。但当我14岁时,我决定自己真正想做的是一名导演/作家/诗人/演员/制片人/记者!所以,我离开中学后上了大学。现在,我马上要拿到动画、传媒及社会学学位。躲在图书馆里度过的那些岁月真是受益匪浅!
  经常有人对我说:“有没有办法能使你的脸恢复正常?没有?哦,那不太可怕了吗?可怜的小东西!”但是真的这么可怕吗?因为人们对我的冷酷,我有好几年都高兴不起来。但是,我现在认识到,问题不在我的脸上,而是人们的偏见。在我们生活的社会里,人们认为形体上与众不同是件坏事,而漂亮则是好事。这就使得像我一样相貌丑陋和身体残缺的人被当作二等公民那样对待,因为我们的身体与别人不同,人们就不像常人那样看待我们。
  我的脸很独特。有些人会说它很丑,但我却因为有这样一张脸而骄傲。它影响了我,使我更坚强。我没有天使般可爱(我还保留着儿时调皮的性情),但我想我还可以。在很小的时候,我就知道人们会冷酷无情,如果你的身体残疾或相貌丑陋,要生活在这个世界会很难。也许当时我太小,不该知道这些。但我想,这张脸教会了我,一个人所能学到的最重要的东西:与众不同没什么不好,甚至棒极了,差异正是每一个生命之所以如此独特的原因。
  
  注释:
  ①mischievous adj.恶作剧的,淘气的
  ②cherubism n.颌骨增大症
  ③deformed adj.不成形的,丑陋的,残废的
  ④chubby adj.圆胖的,丰满的
  ⑤taunt vt.嘲弄,奚落
  ⑥bully vt. 威吓,威逼n.欺凌弱小者
  ⑦GCSE(abbr.):General Certificate of Secondary Education普通中等教育证书
  ⑧animation n.动画
  ⑨prejudice n.偏见,成见,损害,侵害
  ⑩disfigure vt.损毁……的外形,使变丑

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