1．Remember what should be remembered, and forget what should be forgotten.Alter what is changeable, and accept what is mutable.
2．Apart from tears, only time could wear everything away. While feeling is being processed by time, conflicts would be reconciled as time goes by, just like a cup of tea that is being continuously diluted.
3．Complaints are the greatest offerings that God obtains from human beings, as well as the most faithful prayers human beings might utter to God.
4．Wisdom appears in contradiction to itself, which is a trick life plays on philosophy of life.
5．Girls always look on themselves as proud princesses, with the exception of a small number of either extremely ugly or exceedingly smart ones.
6．It can be inferred that you lack confidence in a victory over your rivals from the fact that you’re irritable against them.
7．From that you would get angry with your friends, we can conclude you still care about the friendship between you.
8．Some may be wicked, and some may be despicable. Only when I put myself in their position did I know they are more miserable than I. So forgive all that you have met, no matter what kind of persons they are.
9． You couldn t see my tears cause I am in the water. Fish said to water. But I could feel your tears cause you are in me. Answered water.
10．Happiness is accompanied by sorrow, and it would turn sunny after rain as well. If rain remains after rain and sorrow remains after sorrow, please take those farewells easy, and turn to smilingly look for yourself who is never to appear.
11.All of us have read thrilling stories in which the hero had only a limited and specified time to live. Sometimes it was as long as a year, sometimes as short as 24 hours. But always we were interested in discovering just how the doomed hero chose to spend his last days or his last hours. I speak, of course, of free men who have a choice, not condemned criminals whose sphere of activities is strictly delimited.
12.Such stories set us thinking, wondering what we should do under similar circumstances. What events, what experiences, what associations should we crowd into those last hours as mortal beings, what regrets?
13.The same lethargy, I am afraid, characterizes the use of all our faculties and senses. Only the deaf appreciate hearing, only the blind realize the manifold blessings that lie in sight. Particularly does this observation apply to those who have lost sight and hearing in adult life. But those who have never suffered impaimp3ent of sight or hearing seldom make the fullest use of these blessed faculties. Their eyes and ears take in all sights and sounds hazily, without concentration and with little appreciation. It is the same old story of not being grat|ul for what we have until we lose it, of not being conscious of health until we are ill.