I love you
all them, this is what I want to know most. I had supper at 5 o’clock in the dining room. There is no need for me to cook by myself, no need to wash the dishes. However, now it is the busiest time for my parents. Dad has night shift every day, he works from seven o’clock in the morning to nine o’clock in the evening. Therefore, all the housework is left to my mum, besides her own job, she also has to work the vineyard
Love is an art which involves deep emotion.It is a pure and lofty desire in one’s innermost heart.Real love means not only a pleasure, but also loyalty and obligation.To love is to give and sacrillce.One who can not create happiness, even make sacrifice for his beloved, cannot be counted as a true lover.爱是涉及感情深处的艺术。它是人内心深处纯洁而崇高的欲望。真正的爱不仅意味着愉快，而且意味着忠诚和义务。爱是付出和牺牲。一个不能为所爱的人创造幸福甚至做出牺牲的人，不能算作一个真正的爱人。
To be loved you have to love.True lovers are willing to sacrifice themselves for each other’s sake.True love needs no expression in words. One glance is enough to make each other understand.A handshake, a gentle touch inspired by respect and admiration, will leave you intoxicated and remain in your memory. Even when you are old you will recall and cherish it with deep emotion.要得到爱就必须付出爱。真正相爱的人愿为彼此做出牺牲。真正的爱不需要任何的语言来表达，一个眼神就足以使彼此互相了解。怀着尊重和敬意的握手、轻触就会令人陶醉，永记心头，甚至到老也会满怀深情地珍惜回忆。
Real love is unforgetahle.With the development of science and technology, love becomes more noble, rich, fine and subtle.As is known to all, everyone is born with the right to love and also the right to refuse to return love.Human love exists with human beings.Wherever there are people, there is love.真爱是让人无法忘怀的。随着科学技术的发展，爱变得更崇高，更丰富，更美好和更细腻。众所周知，每个人都有权利去爱，也有权利拒绝别人给予的爱。爱与人类同在。哪里有人类，哪里就有爱(爱无处不在)。
Let us draw courage, confidence and happiness from love.让我们从爱中得到勇气，信心和快乐吧。
In general, a girl with pretty face must be popular all the time. Everyone believe that a pretty girl will always be the winner. While the fact is not true sometimes. Many homely girls win the handsome boy’s hearts and that’s the common situation. It is the girl’s attitude to life that makes her charming.
Though most girls are not born with nature beauty, they love life and make themselves attractive all the time. They live the healthy lifestyle. They less stay up and pay special attention to the meal. Breakfast will not be missed no matter how busy they are. When they are not busy, they will learn to make some food and enjoy casual time.
They do not follow fashion. They have their own dressing style. It is important for girls to make up, even though people say beautiful soul is beyond everything. While dressing well can reflect a girl’s confidence and her charm. People will remember her at first sight for her special temperament.
Beautiful face indeed brings many advantages, but only the characteristic makes a person stand out.
In a class I teach for adults, I recently did the “unpardonable.”
I gave the class homework!
The assignment was to “go to someone you love within the next week and tell them you love them.
It has to be someone you have never said those words to before
or at least haven’t shared those words with for a long time.”
Now that doesn’t t sound like a very tough assignment, until you stop to realize that most of the men were over 35
and were raised in the generation of men that were taught that expressing emotions is not “macho.”
Showing feelings or crying (heaven forbid!) was just not done.
So this was a very threatening assignment for some.
At the beginning of our next class,
I asked if someone wanted to share what happened when they told someone they loved them.
I fully expected one of the women to volunteer6, as was usually the case,
but on this evening one of the men raised his hand.
He appeared quite moved and a bit shaken.
As he unfolded out of his chair (all 6 2″ of him),
he began by saying, Dennis, I was quite angry with you last week when you gave us this assignment.
I didn`t feel that I had anyone to say those words to, and besides,
who were you to tell me to do something that personal8?
“But as I began driving home my conscience started talking to me.
It was telling me that I knew exactly who I needed to say I love you to.
You see, five years ago, my father and I had a vicious disagreement and really never resolved it since that time.
We avoided seeing each other unless we absolutely had to at Christmas or other family gatherings.
But even then, we hardly spoke to each other.
“So last Tuesday by the time I got home I had convinced myself I was going to tell my father I loved him.
“It’s weird, but just making that decision seemed to lift a heavy load off my chest.
“When I got home, I rushed into the house to tell my wife what I was going to do. She was already in bed, but I woke her up anyway. When I told her, she didn’t just get out of bed, she catapulted out and hugged me, and for the first time in our married life she saw me cry. We stayed up half the night drinking coffee and talking. It was great!
“The next morning I was up bright and early. I was so excited I could hardly sleep. I got to the office early and accomplished more in two hours than I had the whole day before.
“At 9:00 I called my dad to see if could come over after work. When he answered the phone, I just said, ‘Dad, can I come over after work tonight? I have something to tell you.’ My dad responded with a grumpy, ‘Now what?’ I assured him it wouldn’t take long, so he finally agreed.
“At 5:30, I was at my parents’ house ringing the doorbell, praying that Dad would answer the door. I was afraid if Mom answered that I would chicken out and tells her instead. But as luck would have it, Dad did answer the door.
“I didn’t waste any time – I took one step in the door and said, ‘Dad, I just came over to tell you that I love you.’
“It was as if a transformation came over my dad. Before my eyes his face softened, the wrinkles seemed to disappear and he began to cry. He reached out and hugged me and said, ‘I love you too, son, but I’ve never been able to say it.’
“It was such a precious moment I didn’t want to move. Mom walked by with tears in her eyes. I just waved and blew her a kiss. Dad and I hugged for a moment longer and then I left. I hadn’t felt that great in a long time.
“But that’s not even my point. Two days after that visit, my dad, who had heart problems, but didn’t tell me, had an attack and ended up in the hospital, unconscious. I don’t know if he’ll make it.
“So my message to all of you in this is: Don’t wait to do the things you know need to be done. What if I had waited to tell my dad – maybe I will never get the chance again! Take the time to do what you need to do and do it now!”