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You're single--a heat-seeking bachelor, committed to no one inparticular, able to party like John Belushi and sleep until noon withno one underfoot to tell you to do otherwise. It's a great life, andwhy shouldn't it be?  假设你是单身——一个热衷艳遇的单身汉,那么你既不需要向谁负责,又可以像John Belushi那样狂欢,还可以一觉睡到自然醒,太阳照到屁股也没人管。多美妙的生活啊,难道不是么?1.You can take the time to find the right woman你有足够的时间来寻找合适的女人  One of our reasons for staying single is that you can afford to waitfor your true soul mate (if one even exists) to pop into the picture.You can take the time to casually wade through the barracuda-infestedwaters of the dating pool and set your hook for the prize catch。单身理由之一,你可以等待,直到真正的心灵伴侣出现(如果存在的话)。面对遍布荆棘的婚姻之路,你可以耐下性子,放长线,钓大鱼。  It's sad to say, but too many guys get hitched for the wrong reasons,like they've reached a certain age, all of their friends are gettingmarried, and they haven't been successful at dating and this woman isthe first to show interest。很遗憾的是,有太多人因为错误的原因选择结婚。比如说,到了某个年龄,或是朋友们都结了婚,又或是情场屡屡失意后终于碰上一个对自己表现出兴趣的女人。 /201001/94903

Is it really possible for anyone to live happily to 100? The good news is that your body was designed to be 100 - you just have to get out of the way.Getting out of the way means taking an honest look at the habits and lifestyle you are living with today. Most of us have developed habits that limit our true health potential.But don't let these bad habits of the past discourage you - it is never too late to make new choices. What you did in the past can be changed, and your body will respond in kind. What matters is what you do from this moment forward.Top 5 Daily Habits for Your LongevityIt takes 14 to 21 days of repetitive behavior to form a new pattern in your brain. Once the pattern is formed, it becomes an automatic behavioral response. As you develop new healthy habits, they will begin to replace bad habits. These healthy lifelong habits are adapted straight from the time-tested traditions practiced by centenarians all around the world, and I can say with certainty that they will transform and rejuvenate you!Eat five small meals a day.In the Western culture, meals are taken three times a day, but it is much better to eat five smaller meals. When you eat smaller portions five times a day, you deliver a steady stream of nutrients, blood sugar, and energy to your body throughout the day. Additionally, eating this way is less taxing on the digestive and metabolic systems and also reduces your risk of heart disease.Climb the stairs instead of using elevators.The health benefits of a daily exercise program cannot be stressed enough. Regular exercise can help promote physiological well-being, strengthen the immune system, maintain joint mobility, increase energy - and the list goes on. Look for opportunities all through your day to work in physical activity. Power-walk, run, or ride your bike instead of driving. Begin a daily tai chi practice. Join a gym and actually go! Practice safely and watch your health results pile up.Laugh it up!We know from research that laughter and joy boost immune functions, especially the production of the natural killer cells that help protect the body from illness and cancer. Laughter also increases the release of endorphins, compounds that give you a sense of well-being, in your brain. Without a doubt, joyful people live longer and healthier lives.Drink 8 glasses of water every day.Water is essential for all healthy body functions. Centenarians from around the globe cite their native water as the source of their health and longevity - and the scientists agree with them. What they all have in common is pure water sources located far from any city, free from chemicals and toxins.Choose filtered water; the best filtration processes are the ones that use activated charcoal, which removes the impurities but leaves the water-soluble minerals. Also, do not store water in plastic containers because the polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) can leach into the water.Unwind with meditation.Stress is the root cause of most of the diseases that shorten our life span. In our modern society stress will continue to increase - unless you find techniques to manage it. Meditation is the best way to release tension and revitalize your being. It teaches you to breath properly, which is critical for eliminating up to 70% of your body's toxins and wastes. It also quiets your mind, lowers your stress hormones, and teaches self-discipline, which is a necessary attribute to achieving your health and longevity goals.Try this beginning meditation:Sit comfortably on a chair or the floor. Breathe naturally and close your eyes. Each time a thought appears, put it inside a balloon and let it fly up into the sky and disappear. Do this until the thoughts are exhausted. After a bit, your body will feel very light, and your mind will become still. The first few times it may take a while, but it will get easier and faster with practice.I hope you use these healthy habits for years to come! I invite you to visit often and share your own personal health and longevity tips with me.May you live long, live strong, and live happy!-Dr. Mao /200809/48443

My dream ended when I was born. Although I never knew it then, I just held on to something that would never come to pass. Dreams really do exist. But in the morning when you wake up, they are remembered just as a dream. That is what happened to me.I always have the dream to dance like a beautiful ballerina twirling around and around and hearing people applaud for me.When I was young, I would twirling around and around in the fields of wildflowers that grew in my backyard. For hours I would dance as if people were watching me. I would dance so fast that I would forget where I was, until I would hear sounds that reminded me of where I really was. I thought that if I twirled faster everything would disappear and I would wake up in a new place. Reality woke me up when I heard a voice saying, "I don't know why you bother trying to dance. Ballerinas are pretty, slender little girls. Besides, you don't have the talent to even be a ballerina." I remember how those words paralyzed every feeling in my body. I feel to the ground and wept for hours.We lived in the country by a nearby lake and I would sometimes go there to hide. My parents were never home anyway and I did not like to be at home where I could hear the walls talking of pain. When they were home, my mother just yelled and criticized because nothing was ever perfect in her life. She dreamed of a different life but ended up living in a country far away from the city where she believed her dreams would have come true.I enjoyed hanging out by the water. I would sit there for hours and stare at my reflection. There I was, looked nothing like a pretty ballerina dancer. Reflections don't lie. Once the waves would come, my reflection was gone. Washed away just like my dream to dance. I sat there staring at the water, hoping that my reflection would reappear and be different.As I grew older, I began to realize that the reason my dream was even born in the first place, was because it was something that was inside of me. The dream I had was never nurtured and cared for, so it slowly died. It's not that I wanted it to die, but I allowed it to die the day I started listening to the words, "You can't do it." When I finally woke up from many years of dreaming, I realized that you can't settle for dancing in the wildflowers, you have to move on to the platform. I still go to the lake sometimes and sit there. Looking at my reflection is different now too. When I was young, I looked at how others saw me, now that I am older and wiser; I look at how God sees me . 从出生那天起,我的梦想就注定了只能是一个梦想。 但是那时,我却从来没有意识到这一点,我只是一厢情愿地去抓住那些易逝的美好时光,努力珍惜眼前的点点滴滴。而梦,无论多么真切,当你在清晨睁开双眼的刹那,都仍只是梦。我时常梦想着能像最优美的芭蕾舞演员般在观众热烈真诚的掌声中翩然而舞。在我小的时候,我家后院里有一大片不知名的花丛,我常常在花丛中一圈又一圈的飞速旋转,越转越快,快得我仿佛感觉到四周有许多观众在注视着我;越转越快,快得我忘了置身何处,仿佛整个世界都随我转动了起来。直到,一声轻响将我拉回现实。我时常幻想着,如果我能转得更快一些,整个世界会不会随之消失,而我也将在另一个地方醒来呢?可是现实总会一次次无情的将我唤醒。“我不明白你为什么要自寻烦恼的去尝试跳舞。芭蕾舞演员都是些漂亮、苗条的年轻女孩,你根本没有成为芭蕾舞演员的天赋啊。”直到今天,我仍清楚地记得当我听到这些话时,那种刻骨铭心的麻木和无力。置身于冰冷的绝望之中,泪水肆意的汹涌着。那时,我们住在一个沿湖的村子里,有时我会一个人走到湖边,仿佛在那里可以逃避现实的无情。不管怎么说,反正父母也经常不在家,而我也不愿在家里被痛苦和忧伤笼罩。即使他们在家的时候,母亲也只是不停的抱怨和指责,她总觉得她的生命充满不幸和烦恼。她梦想有一个不同的生活,可惜这个梦想却只能在远离城市的乡村中破碎得无影无踪,而城市才是她坚信可以让她实现梦想的所在。我喜欢沿着湖水散步,在湖边一坐就是几个小时,长久地凝视着自己的倒影。那就是我,没有任何地方像一个美丽的芭蕾舞者。倒影是不会撒谎的。波浪卷来,倒影碎裂,一如我的芭蕾之梦。我没有起身,我仍坐在那里凝视着湖水,盼着倒影再次出现,焕然一新。梦想,从诞生起那一刻就对我有着非凡的意义。当我渐渐长大,我开始意识到这是因为那是深深印刻在我体内的灵魂烙印。但是,我从来没有好好的去滋养过她,照料过她,所以,她慢慢枯萎了。我并不希望她枯萎,但当那一天我听到“你无法做到”的时候,她已经在我的懦弱下枯萎了。直到成年后,当我从漫长的梦中醒来时,我才认识到,你不能仅仅甘心于在无人的野花从中舞蹈,你必须走向舞台,唯此,你才可能实现你的梦。现在,我仍会时不时独自去那片湖边静静坐上片刻,而我的倒影也已经有所不同了。当我年少时,我在乎的是他人眼中的自己;现在,我长大了,多了对人生的体悟,更加从容淡定了,我在乎的是内心真正的自我。 /200810/54147

放飞梦想,没有不可能I have a band in Beijing, Woodie Alan. The moniker is a joke, reflecting my name and that of my Chinese partner, Woodie Wu, but the group is not. In fact, much to my surprise, I am fronting a pretty happening little band.I never could have pulled this off back home. I owe my success as a gigging musician, however far it goes, to being an expat. Moving here and re-establishing my identity has allowed me to redefine myself, casting off old insecurities and pursuing a reality I always envisioned but didn't quite know how to achieve. In this, I am not alone.Many people find that expat life allows them to liberate themselves from the accumulated reputation and history that can come to define you. Everyone plays an established role with his or her families and old friends, and moving somewhere new gives you an opportunity to reboot. Expats may also be more willing to give something new a try; after all if you've traded Milwaukee for Beijing, why not try your hand at fronting a band, or running a bar, or riding a motorcycle?Woodie Alan plays regularly at The Stone Boat, inside Ritan Park, within one of the city's Embassy districts. The little bar is actually a stone boat and sits on a lake with a small stage extending over the water and tables sp along the banks, a surprisingly serene, pastoral setting right in the middle of downtown Beijing.American expat Jonathan Ansfield and his wife run the Stone Boat. Jonathan is a journalist and blogger, contributing to Newsweek and other publications and Web sites. Now he is also a bar proprietor and a small-scale Beijing music impresario, booking performers for free shows three nights a week during the warmer months.'It's an out of body experience -- certainly nothing I ever did or would have done had I stayed in America,' he says. 'I've always loved music and spent a lot of time going to clubs and seeing bands in college, but I can't see how I ever would have ended up booking bands had I stayed in the U.S. But I've been into the Beijing music scene since I got here [over 10 years ago] so it's something I really enjoy.'It's manifestly easier to realize some goals here than it would be in the U.S. American Jonathan Anderson, now an analyst for the investment bank UBS, fronted blues bands in Moscow in the early '90s and in Beijing at the end of that decade. In this city he co-founded the Rhythm Dogs with some of the city's finest musicians, including key members of the Cui Jian Band, China's first significant rockers.'I'm a mediocre harmonica player and a worse guitarist but I had my pick of incredible musicians,' says Mr. Anderson. 'With some vision, drive and hard work, anything was possible. It was like living out a fantasy. The quality of the guys I played with was head and shoulders above what I could have rated at home. It was like walking in and gigging with Led Zeppelin and that just doesn't happen in a more developed market.'Kaiser Kuo has a similar story. He moved to Beijing in 1988, formed the hard rock band Tang Dynasty in 1989, put out an album in 1990 and was touring all over the country by 1991. After returning to the University of Arizona to pursue a doctorate in East Asian Studies, Mr. Kuo found himself daydreaming about Chinese rock stardom and eventually quit school to return to Beijing. He rejoined Tang Dynasty and was soon performing in 35,000-seat stadiums. Now overseeing digital strategy for Ogilvy and Mather's Beijing office, Mr. Kuo still performs regularly with his band Chunqiu.'I can sit in a guitar store in the U.S. and hear 10 guys who smoke me in just an hour but here I am,' says Mr. Kuo. 'For me, this could only have happened in China.' /200803/32587


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