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    关于狗的英语哲理故事

    来源:书业网 时间:2017-06-20

    篇一:英语故事

    一、画蛇添足

    Drawing a snake and Adding Feet

    战国时代有个楚国人祭他的祖先。仪式结束后,他拿出一壶酒赏给手下的几个人。大家商量说:“我们都来画蛇,谁先画好谁就喝这壶酒。”其中有一个人先画好了。但他看到同伴还没有画完,就又给蛇添上了脚。这时,另一个人也画好了,夺过酒壶吧酒喝了,并且说:“蛇本来是没有脚的,你怎么能给它添上脚呢?”

    In the Warring States Period, a man in the State of Chu was offering a sacrifice to his ancestors. After the ceremony, the man gave a beaker of wine to his servants. The servants thought that there was not enough wine for all them, and decided to each draw a picture of a snake; the one who finished the picture first would get the wine. One of them drew very rapidly. Seeing that the others were still busy drawing, he added feet to the snake. At this moment another man finished, snatched the beaker and drank the wine, saying, 'A snake doesn't have feet. How can you add feet to a snake? '

    二、The Monkeys' Ration朝三暮四

    There was once a man who raised monkeys at home. In time, he understood the monkeys quite well.

    从前有个人,在家饲养了一批猴子。久而久之,他很了解猴子的感情。

    The man was not rich and often had to cut down his household expenses to feed the monkeys. When times turned rough, he had to reduce the monkeys'feed as well.

    养猴人并不富有,常常要节衣缩食去喂饱猴子。不过,当境况变得更坏时,他只好减少猴子的食粮。

    The man was afraid that the monkeys would not remain tame. To test their response, he told the monkeys, "Fro, now on, I'll give each of you three chestnuts in the morning and four at night. Is that all right with you?"

    养猴人生怕猴子会因此而变得不听话,便用试探它们的口气说:「从今天起,我每天早上给你们三颗栗子,晚上再给四颗,好吗?」

    When the monkeys learned that their ration was to be reduced, they flew into a rage. Seeing how mad the monkeys were, the man corrected himself at once.

    猴子一听到养猴人要减少它们的食粮,都非常生气。

    "All right," he told them, "I'll give you four chestnuts in the morning and three at night then." 於是,养猴人马上改口说:「那么,改为早上给四颗,晚上再给三颗。」

    This satisfied the monkeys, and they all jumped for joy.

    猴子就感到满意,欢欣鼓舞起来。

    三、滥竽充数

    The Man Who Faked His Music

    King Xuan of Qi was fond of music. In particular, he enjoyed listening to a wind instrument called the "yu". He appreciated it most when the yu was played by a band of about three hundred musicians. 齐宣王喜欢听竽,尤其是三百人大乐队的吹奏。

    One time there was a vacancy in the royal band. When Nanguo heard about it, he applied for the post. 有一次,宣王招聘乐师。南郭先生听到了这消息,就前往应聘。

    Nanguo was not a musician at all. He had applied for the post simply because he was poor and it paid well. 南郭先生其实不会吹竽。他应聘的原因,是因为他家贫,兼且乐师的待遇又丰厚。 Nanaguo was lucky. Nobody knew he was faking. His luck did not last long, though, because King Xuan soon died and young Prince Min became king.

    南郭先生相当幸运,没有人发觉他在乐队中装模做样,冒充内行。可是好景不常,宣王不久去世,闵王继位。

    King Min also enjoyed listening to the yu. Unlike his father, he preferred listening to the musicians playing solo. As soons as Nanguo got wind of the news, he sneaked away as fast as he could. 闵王也爱听竽,不过,他跟他的父亲不同,他喜欢听乐师们一一独奏。南郭先生知道后,便马上溜走了。

    四、 郭氏之墟(the ruin of the capital of Guo Shi)

    On a vacation trip, Duke Huan of the state of Qi came to the ruin of the capital of Guo Shi , which perished long ago.

    Seeing the desolate and bleak prospects of broken tiles, collapsed walls, and clusters of weeds, he could not help asking the local people about the reason of the ruin of Guo Shi.

    They replied,"Guo Shi was fond of doing good deeds, and averse to evildoing, which led to the perdition."

    When the Duke could not understand the answer, people explained ," Though he liked doing good, he had never been able to do so; though he hated evildoing, never could he help not participating. That caused the ruin of his capital."

    齐桓公出游途中,来到已经灭亡许久的郭氏都城的废墟。

    看到瓦砾残垣、杂草丛生的萧条景象,忍不住问当地百姓郭氏灭亡的原因。

    百姓们回答说:"郭氏由于喜爱善行善事。厌恶邪恶丑行而导致灭亡。"

    齐桓公不能理解这种回答,百姓们便解释说:"郭氏虽然喜爱善行善事,但从来都不能做到;尽管厌恶邪恶丑行,却总是忍不住参与其中。这就是他的都城变成废墟的原因。"

    五、老鼠和公牛(a mouse and a bull)

    A mouse once took a bite out of a bull's tail as he lay dozing. The bull jumped up in a rage and, with his head low to the ground, chased the mouse right across the yard. The mouse was too quick for him, however, and slipped easily into a hole in the wall.

    The bull charged the wall furiously again and again, but although he bruised his head and chipped his horns, the mouse stayed safely inside his hole. After a time the bull gave up and sank down to rest again.

    As soon as the bull was asleep, the little mouse crept to the mouth of the hole, pattered across the yard, bit the bull again -- this time on the nose -- and rushed back to safety. As the bull roared helplessly the mouse squeaked:

    "It's not always the big people who come off best. Sometimes the small ones win, you know." 老鼠和公牛

    有一次,公牛躺着打盹,一只老鼠咬了他的尾巴。公牛怒气冲冲地跳起来,低着头追老鼠,一直追过院子。然而,老鼠跑得比他快多了,从容地钻到墙洞里去了。

    公牛一次又一次地猛撞墙壁,尽管头撞肿了,角撞裂了,老鼠却安然待在洞里。过了一会儿,公牛不撞了,倒下歇着。

    公牛刚睡着,小老鼠就爬到洞口,嗒嗒地跑过院子,又咬了公牛一口 ?? 这回咬了鼻子 ?? 又跑回安全的地方去。当公牛毫无办法地吼叫时,老鼠吱吱叫道:

    "大人物并不总占上风。有时小人物也会取胜。"

    六、男孩和荨麻(a boy and a nettle)

    A boy was playing in the fields when he was stung by a nettle . He ran home to

    tell his mother what had happened.

    "I only touched it lightly," he said, "and the nasty thing stung me."

    "It st

    关于狗的英语哲理故事

    ung you because you only touched it lightly," his mother told him." Next time you touch a nettle grasp it as tightly as you can. Then it won't sting you at all."

    Face danger boldly.

    男孩和荨麻

    有个男孩子在地里玩耍,被荨麻刺痛了。他跑回家去,告诉妈妈出了什么事。 "我不过轻轻地碰了它一下,"他说,"那讨厌的东西就把我刺痛了。"

    "你只轻轻地碰了它一下,所以它才刺痛你,"妈妈对他说,"下一回你再碰到荨麻,就尽量紧紧地抓住它。那它就根本不会刺痛你了。"

    要敢于面对危险。

    七、鹦鹉和猫( a parrot and a cat)

    A man once bought a brilliantly-coloured parrot. Instead of locking it up in a cage or chaining it to a perch, he allowed it to fly free all over the house. The parrot was delighted at this and flapped from room to room, shrieking and screaming with happiness. At last he settled on the edge of a rich curtain.

    "Who on earth are you ?" said a cross voice from below. "Stop that terrible noise at once."The parrot saw a cat staring up at him from the carpet.

    "I 'm a parrot. I 've just arrived and I 'm to make as much noise as I can," he said.

    "Well, I 've lived here all my life," replied the cat ."I was born in this very house and I learned from my mother that it is best to keep quiet here."

    "Keep quiet then, "said the parrot cheerfully. "I don't know what you do around here, but I know my job. My master bought me for my voice and I'm going to make sure he hears it."

    Different people are valued for different things.

    鹦鹉和猫

    从前,有人买了一只毛色鲜艳的鹦鹉。他没有把鹦鹉关在笼子里,也没有用链条把他拴在栖木上,而让他在家里自由自在地飞来飞去。鹦鹉对此非常高兴,扑动翅膀,从一间屋子飞到另一间屋子,愉快地尖声叫着,最后停在华丽的帷幔的边上。

    "你到底是谁?"从下面传来怒气冲冲的说话声,"马上住嘴,别发出那难听的声音。"鹦鹉看见地毯上有一只猫抬头看着他。

    "我是鹦鹉。 我刚到,我要使劲地吵吵。"他说。"那你就一声不响吧,"鹦鹉欢快地说,"我不知道你在这儿干什么,可我知道我的活儿。主人为了我的声音才买我,我一定得让他听到。"

    不同的人因有不同的特点而受重视。

    八、野猪和狐狸( A wild boar and a fox)

    A wild boar was sharpening his tusks against a tree one day when a fox came by.

    "What are you doing that for?" asked the fox . "There are no hunters around. Everything looks very peaceful to me ."

    "Quite true, "said the boar, "but when the hunter does come with his dogs I shall be too busy running away to have time for this . So let me sharpen my tusks while I can."

    Be prepared .

    野猪和狐狸

    有一天,野猪在树上磨牙齿,狐狸走过来。

    "你为什么干这个呀?"狐狸问,"附近又没有猎人,我觉得平安无事。"

    "不错,"野猪说,"但是,如果猎人真的带着猎狗来了,我只能逃走,就没工夫干这个

    了。趁我现在可以磨,就让我磨磨牙齿吧。"

    时刻准备着(有备无患)

    九、 燕雀处室

    The swallows and sparrows are very pleased to find a place on the roof of the hall for their nests. The mother birds are feeding their babies with pleasure, which assumes a scene of peace and harmony.

    But they have never thought of the following scene: the chimney at the top of the kitchen might break, the fire might leap up to the roof and the burning purling might destroy their nests. But those swallows and sparrows are unmindful of the coming disaster.

    They go on with their superficial happiness brought by peace and calm.

    燕雀处室

    燕雀为拥有屋顶下面的一个位置而欣慰不已。

    母鸟用叼来的食物喂养啁啾鸣叫的幼鸟,整个儿是一派欢乐自得的祥和景象。

    它们完全没有考虑到:炉灶上的烟囱有可能会炸裂,火苗将会窜上屋梁,烧着的椽 将会摧毁它们的巢穴。

    不知大祸将要降临到自己头上的燕雀们正在安然自若地品味这表面上的安宁所带来的幸福。

    十、大山

    Long ago a great mountain began to rumble and shake .

    People came from far and near to see what would happen.

    "A great river will be born." said one.

    "Surely nothing less than a mighty dragon will come out." said another.

    "A god himself will spring form these rocks." said a third.

    Finally , after days of expectation a small crack appeared in the mountain. And out popped ---- a mouse.

    Just because someone makes a lot of fuss, it doesn't mean he is important.

    很久以前,一座大山隆隆作响,摇晃起来。远近各处的人都来看是怎么回事。 一个人说:"要出现一条大河了。"

    另一个人说:"准会出现一条巨龙。"

    第三个人说:"从这些岩石中会出现一尊神来。"

    等了几天之后,山坡上终于裂开一条小缝,却蹦出来一只耗子。

    正因为某人大肆张扬,所以他没有什么了不起。

    篇二:富有哲理的英文小故事 The House of 1000 Mirrors

    富有哲理的英文小故事

    The House of 1000 Mirrors

    Long ago in a small, faraway village, there was a place known as the House of 1000 Mirrors. A small, happy little dog learned of this place and decided to visit. When he arrived, he bounced happily up the stairs to the doorway of the house. He looked through the doorway with his ears lifted high and his tail wagging as fast as it could. To his great surprise, he found himself staring at 1000 other happy little dogs with their tails wagging just as fast as his. He smiled a great smile, and was answered with 1000 great smiles just as warm and friendly. As he left the House, he thought to himself,“ This is a wonderful place. I will come back and visit it often.” In this same village, another little dog, who was not quite as happy as the first one, decided to visit the house. He slowly climbed the stairs and hung his head low as he looked into the door. When he saw the 1000 unfriendly looking dogs staring back at him, he growled at them and was horrified to see 1000 little dogs growling back at him. As he left, he thought to himself,“ That is a horrible place, and I will never go back there again.” All the faces in the world are mirrors. What kinds of reflections do you see in the faces of the people you meet?

    参考译文 千镜之屋 很久以前的一个很远的小村庄里,有一个以“千镜屋”而著名的地方。一只乐观的小狗听说了这个地方并决定去参观。当来到这个地方,他蹦蹦跳跳地上了台阶,来到房门口,高高地竖起耳朵,欢快地摇着尾巴,从门口往里张望,他惊奇地看到有1000只欢乐的小狗像他一样快地摇尾巴。他灿烂地微笑着,回报他的是1000张热情,友好的灿烂笑脸。离开时他心想:“这是一个精彩的地方,我一定要经常来参观。” 在这个村里还有另一只想参观“千镜屋”的小狗,他不及第一只小狗乐观,他慢吞吞地爬上台阶,然后耷拉着脑袋往屋子里看。一看到有1000只小狗不友好地盯着他,他便开始冲他们狂吠,镜中的1000只小狗也冲着他狂吠,把他给吓坏了,他在离开时心想:“这是一个恐怖的地方,我再也不会来了。” 世界上所有的脸都是镜子,在你所遇见的人的脸上你看到反射出来的是什么?

    An angel wrote: 一位天使这样说

    Many people will walk in and out of your life, 许多朋友进出你的生命,but only true friends will leave footprints in your heart.但是只有真正的朋友会在你的心中留下脚印。To handle yourself, use your head; 要操控自己,用你的头﹔ To handle others, use your heart. 要指挥别人,用你的心。 Anger is only one letter short of danger. 生气和危险只有一字之隔。If someone betrays you once, it's his fault; 如果别人背叛你一次,那是他的错﹔If he betrays you twice, it's your fault. 如果他背叛你二次,那是你的错。

    篇三:34个非常有哲理的小故事!!

    1、

    有三个人要被关进监狱三年,监狱长给他们三个一人一个要求。

    美国人爱抽雪茄,要了三箱雪茄。

    法国人最浪漫,要一个美丽的女子相伴。

    而犹太人说,他要一部与外界沟通的电话。

    三年过后,第一个冲出来的是美国人,嘴里鼻孔里塞满了雪茄,大喊道:“给我火,给我火!” 原来他忘了要火了。

    接着出来的是法国人。只见他手里抱着一个小孩子,美丽女子手里牵着一个小孩子,肚子里还怀着第三个。

    最后出来的是犹太人,他紧紧握住监狱长的手说:“这三年来我每天与外界联系,我的生意不但没有停顿,反而增长了200%,为了表示感谢,我送你一辆劳施莱斯!”

    这个故事告诉我们,什么样的选择决定什么样的生活。今天的生活是由三年前我们的选择决定的,而今天我们的抉择将决定我们三年后的生活。我们要选择接触最新的信息,了解最新的趋势,从而更好的创造自己的将来。

    2、

    两个人在森林里,遇到了一只大老虎。a就赶紧从背后取下一双更轻便的运动鞋换上。b急死了,骂道:“你干嘛呢,再换鞋也跑不过老虎啊!”

    a说:“我只要跑得比你快就好了。”

    二十一世纪,没有危机感是最大的危机。特别是入关在即,电信,银行,保险,甚至是公务员这些我们以为非常稳定和有保障的企业,也会面临许多的变数。当更多的老虎来临时,我们没有有准备好自己的跑鞋?

    3、

    父子两住山上,每天都要赶牛车下山卖柴。老父较有经验,坐镇驾车,山路崎岖,弯道特多,儿子眼神较好,总是在要转弯时提醒道:“爹,转弯啦!”

    有一次父亲因病没有下山,儿子一人驾车。到了弯道,牛怎么也不肯转弯,儿子用尽各种方法,下车又推又拉,用青草诱之,牛一动不动。

    到底是怎么回事?儿子百思不得其解。最后只有一个办法了,他左右看看无人,贴近牛的耳朵大声叫道:“爹,转弯啦!”

    牛应声而动。

    牛用条件反射的方式活着,而人则以习惯生活。一个成功的人晓得如何培养好的习惯来

    代替坏的习惯,当好的习惯积累多了,自然会有一个好的人生。

    4、

    五岁的汉克和爸爸妈妈哥哥一起到森林干活,突然间下起雨来,可是他们只带了一块雨披。

    爸爸将雨披给了妈妈,妈妈给了哥哥,哥哥又给了汉克。

    汉克问道:“为什么爸爸给了妈妈,妈妈给了哥哥,哥哥又给了我呢?”(

    爸爸回答道:“因为爸爸比妈妈强大,妈妈比哥哥强大,哥哥又比你强大呀。我们都会保护比较弱小的人。”

    汉克左右看了看,跑过去将雨披撑开来挡在了一朵风雨中飘摇的娇弱小花上面。

    这个故事告诉我们,真正的强者不一定是多有力,或者多有钱,而是他对别人多有帮助。

    责任可以让我们将事做完整,爱可以让我们将事情做好

    5、

    有位秀才第三次进京赶考,住在一个经常住的店里。考试前两天他做了三个梦,第一个梦是梦到自己在墙上种白菜,第二个梦是下雨天,他戴了斗笠还打伞,第三个梦是梦到跟心爱的表妹脱光了衣服躺在一起,但是背靠着背。

    这三个梦似乎有些深意,秀才第二天就赶紧去找算命的解梦。算命的一听,连拍大腿说: “你还是回家吧。你想想,高墙上种菜不是白费劲吗?戴斗笠打雨伞不是多此一举吗?跟表妹都脱光了躺在一张床上了,却背靠背,不是没戏吗?”

    秀才一听,心灰意冷,回店收拾包袱准备回家。店老板非常奇怪,问:“不是明天才考试吗,今天你怎么就回乡了?”

    秀才如此这般说了一番,店老板乐了:“哟,我也会解梦的。我倒觉得,你这次一定要留下来。你想想,墙上种菜不是高种吗?戴斗笠打伞不是说明你这次有备无患吗?跟你表妹脱光了背靠靠躺在床上,不是说明你翻身的时候就要到了吗?”

    秀才一听,更有道理,于是精神振奋地参加考试,居然中了个探花。

    积极的人,象太阳,照到哪里哪里亮,消极的人,象月亮,初一十五不一样。想法决定我们的生活,有什么样的想法,就有什么样的未来。

    6、

    在动物园里的小骆驼问妈妈:“妈妈妈妈,为什么我们的睫毛那么地长?”

    骆驼妈妈说:“当风沙来的时候,长长的睫毛可以让我们在风暴中都能看得到方向。”

    小骆驼又问:“妈妈妈妈,为什么我们的背那么驼,丑死了!”

    骆驼妈妈说:“这个叫驼峰,可以帮我们储存大量的水和养分,让我们能在沙漠里耐受十几天的无水无食条件。”

    小骆驼又问:“妈妈妈妈,为什么我们的脚掌那么厚?”

    骆驼妈妈说:“那可以让我们重重的身子不至于陷在软软的沙子里,便于长途跋涉啊。”

    小骆驼高兴坏了:“哗,原来我们这么有用啊!!可是妈妈,为什么我们还在动物园里,不去沙漠远足呢?”

    天生我才必有用,可惜现在没人用。一个好的心态+一本成功的教材+一个无限的舞台=成功。每人的潜能是无限的,关键是要找到一个能充分发挥潜能的舞台。

    7、

    有七个人曾经住在一起,每天分一大桶粥。要命的是,粥每天都是不够的。

    一开始,他们抓阄决定谁来分粥,每天轮一个。于是乎每周下来,他们只有一天是饱的,就是自己分粥的那一天。

    后来他们开始推选出一个道德高尚的人出来分粥。强权就会产生腐败,大家开始挖空心思去讨好他,贿赂他,搞得整个小团体乌烟障气。

    然后大家开始组成三人的分粥委员会及四人的评选委员会,互相攻击扯皮下来,粥吃到嘴里全是凉的。

    最后想出来一个方法:轮流分粥,但分粥的人要等其它人都挑完后拿剩下的最后一碗。为了不让自己吃到最少的,每人都尽量分得平均,就算不平,也只能认了。大家快快乐乐,和和气气,日子越过越好。

    同样是七个人,不同的分配制度,就会有不同的风气。所以一个单位如果有不好的工作习气,一定是机制问题,一定是没有完全公平公正公开,没有严格的奖勤罚懒。如何制订这样一个制度,是每个领导需要考虑的问题。

    8、

    我想跟什么样的人合作

    曾经有人采访比尔盖次成功的秘决。比尔盖次说:因为又有更多的成功人士在为我工作。陈安之的超级成功学也有提到:先为成功的人工作,再与成功的人合作,最后是让成功的人为你工作。

    成功的人很多,但在我生活中我不认识,也没有办法去为他工作,而让成功的人为我工

    作,在现阶段,我更没有这个实力。

    只有合作,是我最喜欢和最欣赏的。我也力图借助一个宽松的环境和积极的团队,与更多的人公平合作,以便在未来替自己经营一个抵抗风险的事业。我最喜欢合作的人应该有以下几个特点:

    一。不甘心。二十一世纪,最大的危机是没有危机感,最大的陷阱是满足。人要学会用望远镜看世界,而不是用近视眼看世界。顺境时要想着为自己找个退路,逆境时要懂为自己找出路.

    二.学习力强.学历代表过去,学习力掌握将来.懂得从任何的细节,所有的人身上学习和感悟,并且要懂得举一反三。主要的是,学习,其实是学与习两个字。学一次,做一百次,才能真正掌握。学,做,教是一个完整的过程,只有达到教的程度,才算真正吃透。而且在更多时候,学习是一种态度。只有谦卑的人,才真正学到东西。大海之所以成为大海,是因为它比所有的河流都低。

    三。行动力强。只有行动才会有结果。行动不一样,结果才不一样。知道不去做,等于不知道,做了没有结果,等于没有做。不犯错误,一定会错,因为不犯错误的人一定没有尝试。错了不要紧,一定要善于总结,然后再做,一直到正确的结果出来为止。

    四。要懂付出。要想杰出一定得先付出。斤斤计较的人,一生只得两斤。没有点奉献精神,是不可能创业的。要先用行动让别人知道,你有超过所得的价值,别人才会开更高的价。

    五。有强烈的沟通意识。沟通无极限,这更是一种态度,而非一种技巧。一个好的团队当然要有共同的愿景,非一日可以得来。需要无时不在的沟通,从目标到细节,甚至到家庭等等,都在沟通的内容之列。

    六。诚恳大方。每人都有不同的立场,不可能要求利益都一致。关键是大家都要开诚布公地谈清楚,不要委屈求全。相信诚信才是合作的最好基石。

    七。有最基本的道德观。曾经有一个记者在家写稿时,他的四岁儿子吵着要他陪。记者很烦,就将一本杂志的封底撕碎,对他儿子说:“ 你先将这上面的世界地图拼完整,爸爸就陪你玩。”过了不到五分钟,儿子又来拖他的手说:“爸爸我拼好了,陪我玩!”

    记者很生气:“小孩子要玩是可以理解的,但如果说谎话就不好了。怎么可能这么快就拼好世界地图!”

    儿子非常委屈:“可是我真的拼好了呀!”

    记者一看,果然如此:不会吧?家里出现了神童?他非常好奇地问:“你是怎么做到的?”

    儿子说:世界地图的背面是一个人的头像。我反过来拼,只要这个人好了,世界就完整了。

    所以做事先做人。做人做好了,他的世界也就是好的。

    9、

    一个人在高山之巅的鹰巢里,抓到了一只幼鹰,他把幼鹰带回家,养在鸡笼里。这只幼鹰和鸡一起啄食、嬉闹和休息。它以为自己是一只鸡。这只鹰渐渐长大,羽翼丰满了,主人想把它训练成猎鹰,可是由于终日和鸡混在一起,它已经变得和鸡完全一样,根本没有飞的愿望了。主人试了各种办法,都毫无效果,最后把它带到山顶上,一把将它扔了出去。这只鹰像块石头似的,直掉下去,慌乱之中它拼命地扑打翅膀,就这样,它终于飞了起来!

    秘诀1:磨练召唤成功的力量。

    10、

    有个叫阿巴格的人生活在内蒙古草原上。有一次,年少的阿巴格和他爸爸在草原上迷了路,阿巴格又累又怕,到最后快走不动了。爸爸就从兜里掏出5枚硬币,把一枚硬币埋在草地里,把其余4枚放在阿巴格的手上,说:“人生有5枚金币,童年、少年、青年、中年、老年各有一枚,你现在才用了一枚,就是埋在草地里的那一枚,你不能把5枚都扔在草原里,你要一点点地用,每一次都用出不同来,这样才不枉人生一世。今天我们一定要走出草原,你将来也一定要走出草原。世界很大,人活着,就要多走些地方,多看看,不要让你的金币没有用就扔掉。”在父亲的鼓励下,那天阿巴格走出了草原。长大后,阿巴格离开了家乡,成了一名优秀的船长。

    秘诀2:珍惜生命,就能走出挫折的沼泽地。

    11、

    有兄弟二人,年龄不过四、五岁,由于卧室的窗户整天都是密闭着,他们认为屋内太阴暗,看见外面灿烂的阳光,觉得十分羡慕。兄弟俩就商量说:“我们可以一起把外面的阳光扫一点进来。”于是,兄弟两人拿着扫帚和畚箕,到阳台上去扫阳光。等到他们把畚箕搬到房间里的时候,里面的阳光就没有了。这样一而再再而三地扫了许多次,屋内还是一点阳光都没有。正在厨房忙碌的妈妈看见他们奇怪的举动,问道:“你们在做什么?”他们回答说:“房间太暗了,我们要扫点阳光进来。”妈妈笑道:“只要把窗户打开,阳光自然会进来,何必去扫呢?”

    秘诀3:把封闭的心门敞开,成功的阳光就能驱散失败的阴暗。

    12、

    雨后,一只蜘蛛艰难地向墙上已经支离破碎的网爬去,由于墙壁潮湿,它爬到一定的高度,就会掉下来,它一次次地向上爬,一次次地又掉下来……第一个人看到了,他叹了一口气,自言自语:“我的一生不正如这只蜘蛛吗?忙忙碌碌而无所得。”于是,他日渐消沉。第二个人看到了,他说:这只蜘蛛真愚蠢,为什么不从旁边干燥的地方绕一下爬上去?我以后可不能像它那样愚蠢。于是,他变得聪明起来。第三个人看到了,他立刻被蜘蛛屡败屡战的精神感动了。于是,他变得坚强起来。