for the Disabled2
We should care for those disabled people. In the world, some are lucky, and they have a healthy3
body; some are not so lucky, for them life is difficult and hard.
What should we do about the disabled, to look down upon4
them as some have done. or to help them so that they are not discouraged in the life. Surely I believe most of the kind people are willing to help those people in need. They are a part of us. They are our folks. Many of them are clever. I hear many stories of great men, and some of them are disabled in body, but still succeed in their careers. The president5
of the United States of America--Roosevelt was on the wheel chair, but he is one of the men who brought change to the world. The disabled man has nothing wrong for being disabled. So healthy man, hold out your friendly hand, and do not hesitate to touch those in need.
2. the disabled n. phr．残疾人
3. healthyadj. 健康的
4. look down upon v. phr.看不起
5. president n. 总统
"Early to bed, Early to rise makes you healthy, wealthy1
and wise", so the words go by one of the American presidents Benjamin Franklin. The cultivation2
of good habits can be of benefit to one's lifetime.
But it is not easy to develop good habits unless one learns to cultivate them at the early days. We junior high school students must first of all behave ourselves properly3
, to be polite and honest. It's a part of our good habits to greet teachers when we meet them, to knock before we enter, not to spit4
on the floor. The good habits come first of all, from good education.
The good habits teach us to be efficient at our work. We develop the good habits to read and study. We finish our homework on time. We develop the habits to get everything done well.
The good habits can also mean good health. We rise up early in the morning. We have a good start. We learn to train our body, making it work regularly and comfortably, and we can enjoy com fortable life.
The good habits can be very helpful and convenient to us. It makes our life easy and smooth. We don't have to waste a lot of time clearing up the mess caused by bad habits. So you see it is good and wise to have good habits. No doubt that we can hope to succeed if we develop good habits. Good habits will go along with us all our lifetime.
Once you have good habits, make sure that you keep them. Don' t give up your good habits.
1. wealthy adj. 富有的
2. cultivationn. 培养；教养
4. spit vi. 吐（唾沫）
Honesty is a basic human quality. It is the truthfulness2
to others and to yourself. As one of the most important moral3
standard, it is also the most difficult quality to develop in the modern society. Some people might ask what is the good of being honest. One can live happily and merrily without being honest.It's a useless demands imposed4
upon human being.
Surely,to be an honest person is sometimes very hard. It sometimes might bring you trouble. Some people， like the criminals5
, hate honest persons, for he or she will tell what they see, and expose their crime.
Misunderstanding sometimes arises out of this honest quality. Your friends might turn their back upon you just because your honest words.
Still, we need honest person. He or she is a credit to our country as well. The honest people live happily because they are true to themselves. They enjoy the light heart and comfortable life. They have no burdens on their back. Our society needs them because we need to build a true and honest nation.
1. honesty n. 诚实
2. truthfulnessn. 坦率
3. moraladj. 道德上的
4. impose vt. 强加
5. criminal n. 罪犯