Love is like a butterfly. The more you chase it, the more it eludes you. But if you just let it fly, it will come to you when you least expect it. Love can make you happy but often it hurts, but love's only special when you give it to someone who is really worth it. So take your time and choose the best.
I copied the above article from a magazine to a piece of paper about 10 years ago. And the piece of paper just showed up when I was cleaning my room. Now I can't remember the name of the magazine or the author. But I want to share this short and beautiful paragraph with you.
It's a normal day today.
I'm back to my office.
I checked several policies as usual and had a wonderful lunch with my colleague.
I still remembered the conversation I had with my supervisor last week. She was very upset when I told her that I don't want a promotion right now, because I'm focusing on my novel at present.
She was astonished. I think I made her sad. She always has great hope on me and want me to take more responsibilities in our company.
She's a lovely girl and always give me support at work. I felt guilty after I refused her suggestion.
I wish I could compensate that.
《Nanking》is the great newsreel I have ever seen. Those bloody and brutal scenes are still in my mind. It seems I can feel what happened there at Nanking, in 1937.
Those actors are great. From the narration I felt the sense of justice of the western people again. War is horrible, as most people know.
It’s a movie that is worth watching. We must never forget what happened to the victim. Those victims are good people, most of them. And what happened to them must not recur again in modern world.
“Do I hate the Japanese? No! I just hate their policy.” This sentence is from one of the narrator. This is also my attitude. I don’t hate the Japanese. I just hate their attitude on history.
Dust to dust, ashes to ashes, most Japanese soldiers are dead nowadays. Today, 70 years have passed, and Japanese government still denies what they did in Nanking at 1937, even though there’s plenty of evidence to prove it.
Up to now, there’re only less than 400 survivors left in Nanking. Many years later, when they all pass away, who else can tell us their scary stories happened to them?
What they want is not revenge. After all that events passed, after losing all the families, there’s already no way to get what they lost back. Animosity brings us nothing but animosity.
The robbers came, killed, burned and raped. After they left, the survivors get nothing but rejection of admitting what they had been treated from Japanese government. They are already old people. And I wonder, when the last minute of their life reaches, whether they can rest in peace without even an apology. I know I can’t if I were one of them.
This movie gives me another chance to understand American people. I saw the conscience, kindness and nobleness again on Minnie Vautrin.
Thanks to the director Bill Guttentag and Dan Sturman, because of them, more people have the chance to know a unfamiliar history. And some people may reconsider their attitude on war, on mankind, on history.
My work is not related to literature. My major is not related to literature.
There's no one in my family that like me.There's no writer in my family history,at least as far as I know.
But I have an intuition:I'm meant to be a writer, a famous writer. I've serveral novels in Chinese.I've seen lots of good stories.
As I can sense the inner beauty of Chinese,I also moved my lots of good English stories.
Then I want to write, I want to tell people how I feel. I want to let people see my imagination.
I choose to write,and the writing chooses me.
Think, write, this is my present life.
I joined as a member of this forum about serveral months ago. After that, I seldom wrote something here.
English is my second language. I'm good at writing simple emails in English and I'm really good at writing novels in Chinese. But I want to try to write in English.
It's an exciting thing for me. Though my English is poor, I believe I can write good articles in English very soon.
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