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            晨讀英語美文100篇 Passage 80. Success Is a Choice

            Source: 恒星英語學習網  Onion  2009-05-24  我要投稿   論壇   Favorite  
            [00:00.67]Passage 80. Success Is a Choice

            [00:06.14]All of us ought to be able to brace ourselves for the predictable challenges and setbacks

            [00:13.90]that crop up every day.

            [00:15.98]If we expect that life won’t be perfect,

            [00:18.28]we’ll be able to avoid that impulse to quit.

            [00:20.69]But even if you are strong enough to persist through the obstacle course of life and work,

            [00:26.27]sometimes you will encounter an adverse event that will completely knock you on your back.

            [00:31.52]Whether it’s financial loss, the loss of respect of your peers or loved ones,

            [00:36.55]or some other traumatic event in your life,

            [00:39.40]these major setbacks leave you doubting yourself

            [00:42.02]and wondering if things can ever change for the better again.

            [00:44.98]Adversity happens to all of us, and it happens all the time.

            [00:49.79]Some form of major adversity is either going to be there or it’s lying in wait just around the corner.

            [00:56.58]To ignore adversity is to succumb to the ultimate self-delusion.

            [01:00.95]But you must recognize that history full of examples of men and women

            [01:05.44]who achieved greatness despite facing hurdles so steep that

            [01:08.72]they easily could have crushed their spirit and left them lying in the dust.

            [01:12.33]Moses was a stutterer, yet he was called on to be the voice of God.

            [01:17.03]Abraham Lincoln overcame a difficult childhood,depression, the death of two sons,

            [01:22.62]and constant ridicule during the Civil War to become arguably our greatest president ever.

            [01:27.62]Helen Keller made an impact on the world despite being deaf, dumb, and blind from an early age.

            [01:33.20]Franklin Roosevelt had polio.

            [01:35.83]There are endless examples.

            [01:37.91]These were people who not only looked adversity in the face

            [01:41.51]but learned valuable lessons about overcoming difficult circumstances

            [01:45.78]and were able to move ahead.
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