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感恩的英文格言|格言語錄大全

1、老人受尊敬,是人類精神最美好的一種特權。

Respect for the elderly is the best privilege of the human spirit.

2、為他人彎腰,拾起善意的心情;為他人著想,換來真切的感激。

Bend over for others, pick up good will; think for others, in exchange for genuine gratitude.

3、登高山之巔,勿忘父母情;入成功之道,切記恩師意。

On the top of a mountain, never forget your parents’feelings; on the way to success, always remember your kindness to your teachers.

4、父恩比山高,母恩比海深。

Father’s grace is higher than mountain’s, mother’s grace is deeper than sea’s.

5、感謝命運,感謝人民,感謝思想,感謝一切我要感謝的人。

Thank fate, thank people, thank thoughts, thank all the people I want to thank.

6、跟我有恩的,我報恩;跟我有怨的,我要把怨仇解除。

I will repay those who have kindness with me; I will lift those who have complaints with me.

7、春蠶到死絲方盡,蠟炬成灰淚始幹。

A spring silkworm may not stop spinning silk until death, a candle’s tears dry only when it’s burned down to ashes.

8、我是一個沒有明天的人,有瞭你,你就是我的明天。

I am a man without tomorrow. With you, you are my tomorrow.

9、人世間最美麗的情景是出現在當我們懷念到母親的時候。

The most beautiful scene in the world is when we miss our mother.

10、老師是母親,是除地球之外的最偉大的母親。

Teachers are mothers. They are the greatest mothers besides the earth.

11、感恩是別人的給予,更是給予別人的饋贈。

Gratitude is the gift of others, but also the gift of others.

12、父母是我們生命的一大部分,沒有他們,生命就不完美。

Parents are a big part of our life. Without them, life would not be perfect.

13、雖然你忘瞭給我翅膀,但您教我用理解飛翔。

Although you forgot to give me wings, you taught me to fly with understanding.

14、用真誠澆灌友誼;用感激澆灌親情。

Irrigate friendship with sincerity; irrigate relatives with gratitude.

15、學會懷抱感激,才會有人生的信念,生命的動力。

Learn to be grateful, will have the faith of life, life motivation.

16、仁愛和打人都先自傢中開始。

Kindness and beating start at home.

17、在孩子的嘴上和心中,母親就是上帝。

In the child’s mouth and heart, the mother is God.

18、感恩之人亮若璀璨星光,仇怨之人,暗若慘淡愁雲。

A grateful man shines like a bright star, and a hateful man darkens like a gloomy cloud.

19、與你相識相知,是我此生最大的收獲!

Acquaintance with you is the greatest harvest of my life!

20、佛教我們以真誠心、恭敬心待人,絕不跟人結冤仇。

Buddhism treats people sincerely and respectfully, and never makes enemies with others.

21、落紅本非無情物,化作春泥更護花。

Falling red is not a merciless thing, but a spring mud to protect flowers.

22、老年,好比夜鶯,應有他的夜曲。

Old age, like a nightingale, deserves his nocturne.

23、感恩的心是由無數次伸手感化而成,伸出你的手,感化別人的心。

The heart of gratitude is inspired by countless stretches of hands, stretching out your hands, touching the hearts of others.

24、你的眼睛,是我永生不會再遇的海。

Your eyes are the sea I will never see again.

25、會感恩的人,才懂得珍惜;會珍惜的人,才能夠快樂。

Only those who are grateful know how to cherish, and those who are grateful can be happy.

26、傢庭的基礎無疑是父母對其新生兒女具有特殊的情感。

Family is undoubtedly based on the special emotions of parents towards their newborn daughters.

27、傢是父親的王國,母親的世界,兒童的樂園。

Home is the kingdom of father, the world of mother and the paradise of children.

28、世界上的一切光榮和驕傲,都來自母親。

All the glory and pride in the world come from mothers.

29、天道酬勤,凡事感恩。滴水之恩,當湧泉相報。

Heaven rewards diligence and is grateful for everything. The grace of dripping water should be reported by the gushing spring.

30、感激是扇沒有上鎖的門,不需要鑰匙便能打開。

Gratitude is an unlocked door that can be opened without a key.

31、慈善的行為比金錢更能解除別人的痛苦。

Charity relieves pain more than money.

32、智慧之子使父親歡樂,愚昧之子使母親蒙羞。

A wise son rejoices his father, but a foolish son shames his mother.

33、感恩是美德中最微小的,忘恩負義是品行中最不好的。

Gratitude is the smallest of virtues and ingratitude the worst of virtues.

34、幸福源於對生活的滿足,感恩源於對幸福的感知。

Happiness comes from the satisfaction of life, and gratitude comes from the perception of happiness.

35、一粥一飯,當思來之不易;半絲半縷,恒念物力維艱。

A porridge and a meal are hard to think about; half a thread, half a thread, persistence and material resources are difficult.

36、慈母的心靈早在懷孕的時候就同嬰兒交織在一起瞭。

Mother’s heart was intertwined with her baby as early as she was pregnant.

37、用感激的心去贏得微笑,用幸福的微笑去面對人生。

With gratitude to win a smile, with a happy smile to face life.

38、懷著感恩的心情去生活,讓自己快樂,更讓別人感到快樂!

Live with gratitude, make yourself happy, and make others happy!

39、不要總是數著自己付出瞭多少,要記住從別人那得到瞭多少。

Don’t always count how much you’ve given, but remember how much you’ve got from others.