2015年11月


 

They neither spoke nor sang; but a soft humming and whispering was heard all over the church. Then an aunt of hers stood upHKUE ENG, stepped forward, and said to the poor old woman, "Look there beside the altar, and thou wilt see thy sons."

 

The old woman looked there, and saw her two children, one hanging on the gallows, the other bound to the wheel. Then said the aunt, "Behold, so would it have been with them if they had lived, and if the good God had not taken them to himself when they were innocent children." The old woman went trembling home, and on her knees thanked God for having dealt with her more kindly than she had been able to understand, and on the third day she lay down and died.



I want to be a teacher when I listen to my teacher carefullyI think I can be a teacher when I grow up. I can help many students learn things well. I can play with my students, too. So we are good friends.  

I want to be a doctor when I see many doctors save their patients. To be a doctor is really great. I think I can be a doctor when I grow up. Then I can help many . I will be the happiest girl in the world.   I want to be  TV every evening. We can get lots of important information from them. They make the world smaller and also make us happy.

I would like to be a reporter when I grow up. And I can learn a lot about China and the other countries around the world. I can meet many superstars as well.   I have lots of dreams. I think my dreams can come true one day, because there’s an old saying “where there is a will, there is a way you find limited.” 



A poor servant-girl was once travelling with the family with which she was in service, through a great forest, and when they were in the midst of it DR REBORN, robbers came out of the thicket, and murdered all they found. All perished together except the girl, who had jumped out of the carriage in a fright, and hidden herself behind a tree.

 

When the robbers had gone away with their booty, she came out and beheld the great disaster. Then she began to weep bitterly, and said, "What can a poor girl like me do now? I do not know how to get out of the forest, no human being lives in it, so I must certainly starve." She walked about and looked for a road, but could find none. When it was evening she seated herself under a tree, gave herself into God's keeping, and resolved to sit waiting there and not go away, let what might happen.

 

When, however, she had sat there for a while, a white dove came flying to her with a little golden key in its mouth. It put the little key in her hand, and said, ", therein is a little lock, it opens with the tiny key, and there thou wilt find food enough, and suffer no more hunger." Then she went to the tree and opened it DR REBORN, and found milk in a little dish, and white bread to break into it, so that she could eat her fill. When she was satisfied, she said, "It is now the time when the hens at home go to roost, I am so tired I could go to bed too." Then the dove flew to her again, and brought another golden key in its bill, and said, "Open that tree there, and thou willt find a bed."

 

So she opened it, and found a beautiful white bed, and she prayed God to protect her during the night, and lay down and slept. In the morning the dove came for the third time, and again brought a little key, and said, "Open that tree there, and thou wilt find clothes." And when she opened it, she found garments beset with gold and with jewels, more splendid than those of any king's daughter. So she lived there for some time, and the dove came every day and provided her with all she needed, and it was a quiet good life DR REBORN.


 

When the younger had gone a short way, a little man stepped up to him. He held in his hand a black spear and said, "I give you this spear because your heart is pure and good; with this you can boldly attack the wild boar, and it will do you no harm organic search optimization."

 

He thanked the little man, shouldered the spear, and went on fearlessly.

 

Before long he saw the beast, which rushed at him; but he held the spear towards it, and in its blind fury it ran so swiftly against it that its heart was cloven in twain. Then he took the monster on his back and went homewards with it to the King.

 

As he came out at the other side of the wood, there stood at the entrance a house where people were making merry with wine and dancing. His elder brother had gone in here, and, thinking that after all the boar would not run away from him, was . But when he saw his young brother coming out of the wood laden with his booty, his envious, evil heart gave him no peace. He called out to him, "Come in, dear brother, rest and refresh yourself with a cup of wine."

 

The youth, who suspected no evil, went in and told him about the good little man who had given him the spear wherewith he had slain the boar.

 

The elder brother kept him there until the evening, and then they went away together, and when in the darkness they came to a bridge over a brook Serviced apartment Sai Ying Pun, the elder brother let the other go first; and when he was half-way across he gave him such a blow from behind that he fell down dead. He buried him beneath the bridge, took the boar, and carried it to the King, pretending that he had killed it; whereupon he obtained the King's daughter in marriage. And when his younger brother did not come back he said, "The boar must have killed him," and every one believed it.

 

But as nothing remains hidden from God, so this black deed also was to come to light.

 

Years afterwards a shepherd was driving his herd across the bridge, and saw lying in the sand beneath, a snow-white little bone. He thought that it would make a good mouth-piece, so he clambered down, picked it up, and cut out of it a mouth-piece for his horn. But when he blew through it for the first time, to his great astonishment, the bone began of its own accord to sing HKUE ENG:

 



So they wished it would go away, and away it went. They had had their three wishes, but they were on better off than when the fairy came to them.Long ago there was a little princess named Ellen . She lived with her mother, the queen in a great castle by the sea. She had three brothers.

 

One day, as they were playing ball, one of her brothers threw the ball over the castle. Ellen ran to get it, and did not come back. The three brothers looked for her. They looked and looked, but they could not find her.

 

Day after day went by. At last the oldest brother went to a wise man and asked what man. The wise man told him as he had told the oldest brother. Then the next brother set out to find the dark tower. The youngest brother waited. He waited long, but no one came back.

 

Now the youngest brother was called childe Rowland. At last childe Rowland went to his mother, the queen, and said, "mother, let me go and find the dark tower and bring home Ellen and my brothers. "I cannot let you go. You are all that I have now," said the queen. But childe Rowland asked again and again, until at last the queen said, "go, my boy."

 

Then she gave him his father's sword, and he set out. He went to the wise man and asked the way. The wise man told him and said: "I will tell you two things: one thing is for you to do, and one thing is for you not to do.The thing to do is this: when you get to the country of the elves, hold your father's sword business centre, pull it out quickly, and cut off the head of anyone  the princess Ellen. The thing not to do is this: bite no bit and drink no drop until you come back. Go hungry and thirsty while you are in the country of the elves."

 

Childe Rowland said the two things over and over, lest he should forget. Then he went on his way. He went on and on and on, until he came to some horses with eyes of fire. Then he knew he was in the country of the elves. A man was with the horses. "Where is the dark tower?" asked childe Rowland. "I cannot tell. Ask the woman that keeps the hens," said the man. Childe Rowland took the sword and off went the man's head Moving company.

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