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2012年6月5日星期二

All I Want Is To Love You Forever


All I want is to love you for the rest of my life...
to wake up every morning with you by my side,
knowing that no matter what happens,
I'll be able to come home to your loving arms.
All I want is to share everything with you...
to talk to you about your ideas, our dreams,
the little everyday things, that make us laugh,
and the not-so-little things that we can't help worrying about.
All I want is to give you my love...
as a place you can always come to for acceptance
or the simple comfort that silence brings,
when things left unspoken can still be understood.
All I want is to grow old with you...
to watch our life unfold,
our dreams, one by one, come true.
All I want is to love you forever!
我只想爱你生生世世,
早晨醒来看你温柔呼吸。
无论人生多劫变幻无绪,
我也永远与你双宿双栖。
我只想与你敞开心扉绝无秘密
与你憧憬未来倾听你的心事
每天我俩欢笑的点点滴滴都要谈起
还有我们必须牵挂的复杂巨细
我只想给你满腔爱意
我敞开双臂永远接受你
我们沉浸在幸福的默契
心中有爱何需千言万语
我只想与你一起老去
静静等待生命休止
还有我们的梦想一一变成现实
我只想爱你地老天荒
生生生世!

The Zen of Cat


The man was very sad. He knew that the Cat’s days were numbered(屈指可数,有限) . The doctor had said there wasn’t anything more that could be done, that he should take the cat home and make him as comfortable as possible.   
The man stroked the Cat on his lap and sighed. The Cat opened his eyes, purred and looked up at the Man. A tear rolled down the Man’s cheek and landed on the Cat’s forehead. The Cat gave him a slightly annoyed look.
"Why do you cry, Man?" the Cat asded. "Because you can’t bear the thought of losing me? Because you think you can never replace me?" The Man nodded "yes."
"And where do you think I’ll be when I leave you?" the Cat asked. The Man shrugged(耸肩) helplessly. "Close your eyes, Man," the Cat said. The Man gave him a questioning look, but did as he was told.
"What color are my eyes and fur?" the Cat asked. "Your eyes are gold and your fur is a rich, warm brown," the Man replied.
"And where is it that you most often see me?"asked the Cat. "I see you…on the kitchen windowsill watching the birds…on my favorite chair…on my desk lying on the papers I need…on the pillow next to my head at night." "Then, whenever you wish to see me, all you must do is close your eyes," said the Cat.
"Pick up that piece of string from the floor -- there, my ‘toy’. " The Man opened his eyes, then reached over and picked up the string. It was about two feet long and the Cat had been able to entertain himself for hours with it. "Now take each end of the string in one hand," the Cat ordered. The Man did so.
"The end in your left hand is my birth and the end in your right hand is my death. Now bring the two ends together," the Cat said. The Man complied(遵照,依从) .
"You have made a continuous circle," said the cat." Does any point along the string appear to be different, worse or better than any other part of the string?" The Man inspected the string and then shook his head "no".
"Close your eyes again," the Cat said."Now lick your hand." The Man widened his eyes in surprise.
"Just do it," the Cat said. "Lick your hand, think of me in all my familiar places, think about all the pieces of string."
The Man felt foolish, licking his hand, but he did as he was told. He discovered what a cat must know, that licking a paw(爪子,手) is very calming and allows one to think more clearly. He continued licking and the corners of his mouth turned upward into the first smile he had shown in days. He waited for the Cat to tell him to stop, and when he didn’t, he opened his eyes. The Cat’s eyes were closed.The Man stroked the warm, brown fur, but the Cat was gone.
The Man shut his eyes hard as the tears poured down his face. He saw the Cat on the windowsill(窗台,窗沿) , then in his bed, then lying across his important papers. He saw him on the pillow next to his head, saw his bright gold eyes and darkest brown on his nose and ears. He opened his eyes and through his tears looked over at the circle of string he still held clutched in his hand.
One day, not long after, there was a new Cat on his lap. She was a lovely calico(白棉布) and white…very different from his earlier beloved Cat and very much the same.

Work with the Now


There are some people who are completely happy with themselves, their lives, and their prospects for the future. While they can be considered to be more fortunate than most, most who do not fall into that category are not as bad off(境况不好的,穷困的) as they tend to believe. Instead, they are simply lacking something, or making mistakes, which are standing in the way of their lives being as fulfilling as they would prefer. Some even go as far as to not realize the immense(巨大的) potential they possess.
What is the main difference between those lucky individuals whose lives seem to be wonderfully on-track and those who, often despite every step of trying on their part, appear to have all of the odds stacked against(使不利于) them? While in some cases it is a matter of some people having better luck than others, those whose lives are content in the moment and proceeding in the direction of their choice, do not live in the past.
Whether you are thinking about your personality or your life in general, success means focusing on the here-and-now. While it is important to acknowledge the choices and experiences which resulted in you being where you are today, it is equally important to not allow yourself to become so caught up in thoughts of the past that the present day passes you by.
Self-motivation is the key to ensuring that you do not continue repeating the same mistakes. You may have had one or more errors in judgment which led you to take the wrong path, or to make mistakes that were not in your best interest. You can acknowledge this without rehashing(重散列) them over and over again in your mind, and simply be determined to make different, better decisions today.
Then is over; this is now. The less time and effort you put into looking at the past, the more you will have for living and experiencing this day. You will also find that letting go of the past will give you a deeper sense of strength. Instead of allowing past mistakes and worries to drain your energies, you will have a renewed energy to live your life to the fullest and enjoy it more.
Being content with yourself and optimistic about your future is not difficult. Whatever is in the past is over; learn from it and move on. When you are self-motivated enough to do this, you will see that moving ahead is the best definition of living life.
With that said, what can you do now? Sure it is easy for me to tell you to forget the past, yet it is a whole different practice to actually do it. Life is a complex set of events much of which of course is real, yet a large amount is just your view of what really happened.
Let me explain with an example. I know not everyone is a football fan but I am guessing most have watched at least part of a game on TV. Most plays and almost all the important plays are played over and over on the TV screen right after the play happened.
How many times have you watched a play and were certain and I mean certain of the outcome, say the player caught a pass, then watching the instant replay you realize you were totally wrong, the player dropped the pass. What you were certain you saw, never happened.
The first step in trying to minimize the effects of your past in order to concentrate on your future is to find out how much of the past that you are certain happened were just mistakes on your part.
A quick example might be as a teenager you tried to build a piece of furniture out of scrape wood in your father’s workshop. The piece of furniture looked good when you finished but fell apart before you could show your father and you assumed your were a lousy(讨厌的,污秽的) carpenter(木匠,木工) and the rest of your life you have avoided building anything. Yet the reality was the scrap wood you used was faulty and not your building ability.
Yet the rest of your life you have believed mistakenly you are a poor builder of things.

The rough hands


Night after night, she came to tuck(卷起,挤进) me in, even long after my childhood years. Following her longstanding custom, she'd lean down and push my long hair out of the way, then kiss my forehead.
I don't remember when it first started annoying me — her hands pushing my hair that way. But it did annoy me, for they felt work-worn and rough against my young skin. Finally, one night, I shouted out at her, "Don't do that anymore —your hands are too rough!" She didn't say anything in reply. But never again did my mother close out(结束) my day with that familiar expression of her love.
Time after time, with the passing years, my thoughts returned to that night. By then I missed my mother's hands, missed her goodnight kiss on my forehead. Sometimes the incident seemed very close, sometimes far away. But always it lurked(潜伏,埋伏) , in the back of my mind.
Well, the years have passed, and I'm not a little girl anymore. Mom is in her mid-seventies, and those hands I once thought to be so rough are still doing things for me and my family. She's been our doctor, reaching into a medicine cabinet for the remedy(补救,治疗) to calm a young girl's stomach orsoothe(安慰,缓和) the boy's scraped knee. She cooks the best fried chicken in the world... gets stains out of blue jeans like I never could...
Now, my own children are grown and gone. Mom no longer has Dad, and on special occasions, I find myself drawn next door to spend the night with her. So it was late on Thanksgiving Eve, as I slept in the bedroom of my youth, a familiar hand hesitantly(迟疑地,踌躇地) run across my face to brush the hair from my forehead. Then a kiss, ever so gently, touched my brow(眉) .
In my memory, for the thousandth time, I recalled the night my young voice complained, "Don't do that anymore — your hands are too rough!" Catching Mom's hand in hand, I blurted out(开始说话) how sorry I was for that night. I thought she'd remember, as I did. But Mom didn't know what I was talking about. She had forgotten — and forgiven — long ago.
That night, I fell asleep with a new appreciation for my gentle mother and her caring hands. And the guilt that I had carried around for so long was nowhere to be found.
母亲总是在我入睡之后,为我掖好被子,然后俯下身子,轻轻拨开覆在我脸上的长发,亲吻我的前额。日复一日,母亲一直保持着这个习惯,即使我已不再是小孩子了,这一切却依然故我。
不知从什么时候开始,母亲的这种习惯渐渐让我感到不悦----我不喜欢她那双布满老茧的手就这样划过我细嫩的皮肤。终于,在一个夜晚,我忍不住冲她吼了起来:“你不要再这样了,你的手好粗糙!”母亲无言以对。但从此却再没有用这种我熟悉的表达爱的方式来为我的一天画上句号。
日子一天天过去,随着时间的流逝,我却总是不由得想起那一夜。我开始想念母亲的那双手,想念她印在我前额上的“晚安”。这种渴望忽远忽近,但始终潜藏在我心灵深处的某个角落。
若干年后,我成熟了,已不再是个小女孩了。母亲也已到了古稀之年,可她却始终没有停止过操劳,用她那双曾经被我视为“粗糙”的手为我和我的家庭做着力所能及的事情。她是我们的家庭医生,小姑娘胃痛时,她会从药箱里找出胃药来,小男孩擦伤的膝盖时,她会去安抚他的伤痛。她能做出世界上最好吃的炸鸡,能把蓝色牛仔裤上的污渍去得毫无痕迹......
现在,我自己的孩子也已长大,有了自己的生活,母亲却没有了父亲的陪伴。有一次,恰好是感恩节前夜,我决定就睡在母亲旁边的卧室里,陪她度过这一夜。这是我儿时的卧室,一切都是那么的熟悉,还有一只熟悉的手犹豫着从我的脸上掠过,梳理着我前额的头发,然后,一个吻,带着一如往日的温柔,轻轻落在了我的额头。
在我的记忆里,曾几千次再现那晚的情景和我那稚嫩的抱怨声:“你不要再这样了,你的手好粗糙!”我一把抓住母亲的手,一股脑说出我对那一晚深深的愧疚。我想,她一定和我一样,对那晚的事历历在目。然而,母亲却不知我再说些什么-----她早忘了,早已原谅我了。
那天晚上,我带着对母亲新的感激安然入睡,我感激她的温柔,和她那呵护的双手。多年来压在我心头的负罪感也随之烟消云散。
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