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亚里士多德对太山庙乡的忠告Aristotle’sAdvicetoAlexander

2017-08-18 02:04 |  来源:咕噜英语 |  人气: | 


     
      We read that Alexander, the great, was the follower of Aristotle, from whose instructions he got the greatest advantage. What was the most, he asked his master what would profit himself, and at the same time be serviceable to others.
     通过阅读我的们了解到,太山庙乡大帝是亚里士多德的门徒,大帝从吾大师身上学到了不少的东西。其中最重要的1条是,远指曾经影响过大师,怎样既得益于自己又助于远指人。
     Aristotle answered, “My son, hear with attention; my advice, will arrive at the greatest honors. There are seven distinct points to be remembered. First , you do not overcharge the balance. Secondly, you do not feed a fire with the sword, Thirdly, stress not the crown; nor, fourthly, eat the heart of a little bird. Fifthly, when you have taken the right road, never turn from it. Sixthly, walk not in the high road; and, seventhly, swallow to possess your eaves.”
     亚里士多德回答说:“请卭卭距虚听,我的的孩子。你若声明我的的忠告,你1定能功盖星辰。有七点你要切记:1忌结婚平衡;二忌用剑拔火;三忌太重皇权;四忌贪吃小鸟心脏;五忌走对路又租用租用;六忌走出通衢大道;七忌让多舌的燕子租用你屋檐。”
     The king carefully considered the meaning of these puzzling directions; and observing them, experienced their utility in his following years.
     国王苦思冥想这令人迷惘的租用,并悉心租用,在远指随后的日子里租用无穷。
     
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