2017.7.3 工作日记

工作内容

  • 跟Yang沟通FB-31037的问题, 优化手头的31420这个ticket

今天学习了哪些新知识?

  • 开始学习<重构>, 按照书中第一章代码练习
  • 学习Ruby 数值类型(Integer, Float, Rational, Complex)
  • 新背单词25个,复习单词30个

复习了什么基础知识?

  • Java的复合运算符会强制转型 , a = 3, a += 3.5 , a = 7

有些什么新想法?

  • 浏览ruby-china社区, 浏览一些职位招聘

发生了什么意外?

  • 早上起床迟到, 一路骑电动车飞奔到公司…

2017.6.10 给女朋友的一张卡

致我最鼓励的女朋友:

不知不觉,我们成为男女朋友已经快一个月的时间了。在这甜蜜的一个月里,我体验到很多幸福的瞬间。牵着女朋友的小手一起压马路、躺在草地上数星星、参加婚礼、漫步校园、聊天、一起做饭……回忆起来都会觉得再平凡的时间都好像被镶上了金边,值得珍藏在心里。

感谢你时常贴心的问候和鼓励,对我的需要那么明白,自己去买眼药水,还跑到我们公司楼下送给我。每次跟你date都感受到你在用心地回应,感受到被你重视,甚至有一些小小的依赖。哈哈,没关系,其实对我来讲,被需要也会让我觉得很鼓励。弟兄听了也很羡慕我有一个这样的女朋友。

上周跟你一起鼓励Jack和Levy一家,给你一起做菜觉得很有默契!四菜一汤在一小时内就做完了,效率很高。饭后一起打升级,看电视的时间也觉得轻松愉快。有个想法是,之后我们每个月的时间一起鼓励弟兄姐妹,成长我们生活的技能,也是实践我们关系的关键词之一 “鼓励”。

给你买了两片面膜,夏天到了,多补水。好用的话之后可以多备一点。

你同样很鼓励的男朋友

海越

2017.6.10

英文阅读招募帖:《追风筝的人》

 

2017年快要过去一半了,现在看回去,年初想要每天背英语词根,结果背了29个,计划就搁浅了。

英语学习是个长期工程,对于像我这样平时要工作,只能利用零碎时间来学习的人,既需要毅力去坚持,也需要足够的兴趣来引导。

现在有很多英文原著阅读微信群,报名是要收费的,毕竟花了钱,自己也得上进些。我想,为什么不能自己来监督自己呢?

我找了一本小说《追风筝的人》,身边很多人推荐。这本书于2003年出版,连续两年位列《纽约时报》畅销书榜首,讲述了两个阿富汗少年关于友谊、亲情、背叛、救赎的故事。我也很想读一读,发现网上已经有人把书分成每天四五百词的阅读量,而且有生词和句式的讲解,每天都有新的故事可以期待。

现招募同伴一起阅读,我会每天把阅读的段落发到微信群,签到打卡,一起学习,愿意的可以在朋友圈留言!

 

 

 

52-被嘲笑怎么办 50-被人鄙视,如何反击?

52.被人鄙视,如何反击?

1.装糊涂(按对方的节奏,适用于故意鄙视且上不来台面)

服装店员冷冷一句“这件衣服要6000块哦。”

应对:这件衣服呢?那么那件衣服呢? 直到对方恼羞成怒

4s店店员说“先生,这个车很贵的”。

应对:“哦,那有多贵哦…这么贵哦”

2.顺杆爬(不把对方当恶意,夸别人)

丈母娘说“小伙子,我女朋友的前男朋友可是外交官的儿子呢。”

应对:“哎呀,一看就知道您女儿很有眼光的。”

“薇薇姐,我们过去请的都是谁谁谁,您可是我们请的第一位网红诶。”

应对:“是吗,你们真好哦” 。

3.直说感受

丈母娘说“小伙子,我女朋友的前男朋友可是外交官的儿子呢。

应对:“你这样说让我觉得有点尴尬呢。”

服装店员冷冷一句“这件衣服要6000块哦。”

应对: “这样子说很多客人会觉得不被尊重哦。”

 

 

50.被嘲笑,怎么办?

1.自我接纳。

国史馆馆长因为口音问题被嘲笑,应对方法是接纳自己:是啊是啊,笑出来没关系。我知道自己说话不标准,我老婆也常说我,国史国史(搞屎搞屎),讲起来跟搅大便没两样哦。

2.主动抛出来,把软肋当盔甲。

赖平贵同学因为名字被人嘲笑,应对方法是自己主动抛出来:我知道,那边已经有同学发现了。我的名字听起来很像赖皮鬼,以后大家可以这么叫我,比较好记啦。

3.做卖点。

一个人的特点,从不同角度来看就会有不同看见。固执和坚持,仔细谨慎和吹毛求疵,工作狂和生活积极,都是同一个特质的两种角度。不必非得去改变自己,而是学会把自己的特点作为卖点。

 

Britain Officially Starts Withdrawal from European Union

The treaty is an international agreement on which the EU is based. Article 50 deals with how a member country can withdraw from the organization.

May’s letter noted the historic nationwide vote on EU membership last year. It said the British people had not voted to “harm the European Union or any of the remaining member states.”

The letter went on to say that Britain wanted the EU to succeed and explained that the election result was an effort to “restore national self-determination.”

By informing the EU of its decision, Britain now starts two years of negotiations between the two sides. Talks on security, business, defense, health, the environment and other issues are expected to be complex.

The process started on June 23, 2016, when Britons decided in a close referendum vote to leave the EU.

Then-prime minister David Cameron had promised to hold the referendum but had campaigned for Britain to stay an EU member. Cameron resigned after the vote.

Some observers say the vote’s outcome resulted partly from feelings that the EU government was taking too much control away from British citizens.

People in London and Scotland voted to stay in the EU, while other areas supported a British exit, commonly called “Brexit.”

Little agreement on how long Brexit will take

Few Britons and political observers agree on what Brexit will mean for Britain and its partners.

Jo Murkens of the London School of Economics says most people do agree the process will be disorderly and take more than two years.

He said, “The effect of European Union law is all pervasive from constitutional-level questions to the regulation of bananas and cucumbers. So, it is a mammoth task that will not be negotiated within two years. It will take a decade or decades to give full effect to EU withdrawal.”

One day before May invoked Article 50, London’s Mayor Sadiq Khan called on European leaders not to punish Britain. He said that London would remain an important city, especially as a financial center, after Brexit.

He said, “The truth is that London will always remain a key partner for Brussels and every European nation long after Brexit is resolved.”

Khan warned against a bad Brexit deal. He said such an agreement would cut off the EU from its only truly international financial center and risk losing financial services companies to New York, Singapore and Hong Kong.

London’s mayor also said the “perfect gesture of goodwill” would be for the government to guarantee that EU citizens would remain in Britain.

Seliq Khan is the first Muslim mayor of a major western city. He has launched a campaign bringing attention to how London continues to welcome foreigners and businesses.

I’m Jonathan Evans.

Will High Cost of Small Loans Hurt Cambodians?

 

The Cambodian government has ordered a limit on interest rates on small loans. The decision comes before local elections are set to take place in June.

The 18 percent limit on the microfinance industry interest rates takes effect on April 1.

Microfinance businesses operate in many developing countries. They accept deposits and provide small loans to people in the developing world.

In Sokai is a 32-year-old Cambodian garment worker. She recently received a microfinance loan of $5,000. She must repay it within four years.

“I borrowed $5000 and I bought chickens, built the house, and my husband bought a boat, fishing nets and other items,” she said.

She will pay interest at a rate of 22 percent a year.

The new legislation will not reduce her loan payments because the law has not yet taken effect.

Her loan is considered large for the Cambodian microfinance industry. Seventy percent of microfinance industry, of MFI, loans are under $500.

Sokai had not heard of the new law. But it has caused a lot of concern among the private microfinance businesses in Cambodia.

Small loans more costly to provide, lenders say

Microfinance loans are usually for less than one year. Their interest rates are very high — 30 percent or more. Microfinance industry supporters say this is necessary because the costs of servicing small, risky loans are higher.

The high cost of the loans has not reduced demand, however.

Cambodia’s microfinance industry is growing quickly. In 2015, there were 1.5 million depositors and more than two million borrowers. MFIs are in every province of the country of 15 million people.

Almost all the loans go to people living outside Phnom Pehn, Cambodia’s capital. Most borrowers are women.

The new law comes before local elections in June. A national vote is to take place in the middle of 2018.

Supporters of the new law say the limit is meant to protect Cambodians from paying high rates. Lawmakers also want to increase access to Cambodia’s financial system.

Borrowers often use their land or home as a security for the loan. They can lose their property if they are unable to pay.

Interest rate limits are not unusual. Many countries have them. But, the World Bank says they are becoming less popular.

Some industry observers, however, say the law limiting interest rates will have a negative effect. Stephen Higgins is with Mekong Strategic Partners. The company gives business advice.

“Ideally we shouldn’t have this cap. The interest rates in Cambodia for these small loans, they’re actually amongst the lowest in the world. And people forget that.”

Higgins says the cost of lending for small loans is high. He says microfinance businesses need to charge a 30 percent interest rate for a $500 nine-month loan to make a small profit.

Opponents of the limits say microfinance businesses may stop offering loans. That, they say, will force rural people to go to moneylenders who charge much higher interest rates.

The Cambodia Microfinance Association (CMA) is a non-profit organization based in Phnom Penh. It supports microfinance businesses. It says its members will need to reduce costs and become more efficient in order to survive.

Mey Kalyan is an economist and adviser to the government. He supports the law. He says it will help protect small farmers from agriculture-related debt. He says that farmers who take out high interest loans of 30 percent or more struggle to make a profit.

CMA chairman Hout Ieng Tong says at least some CMA members will still offer small loans. But it is unclear whether the new interest rate limit will hurt deposits in microfinance businesses or will drive borrowers to higher-cost moneylenders.

I’m Mario Ritter.

And I’m Ashley Thompson.

《工作的意义》 第六章 毫无意义的工作

今天晚上读书会,弟兄姐妹们继续讨论《工作的意义》这本书。

作者在这一章引用传道书来证明他的观点,借传道者的口来说“日光之下发生的事都是我厌烦,一切都是虚空,都是捕风”。

哪怕工作没有使你觉得虚空,你也在努力寻找工作中的意义,那么当我们专注于努力工作时,工作也在不经意间使我们跟神和人的关系疏离。当工作中的成就,财富成为我们的偶像,这些也就成为了错位的救赎。萨列里一生都建立在对音乐的梦想以及由此而来的名望上,“不朽”成为了他的内心核心的想法,却也让他感受到疏离,因为他在音乐上的成就不如莫扎特。

工作也使我们跟人的关系疏离。有人因为工作而失去朋友,失去家人,最后他们发现这样做并不值得。

在传道者忧愁于工作没有意义的时候,一束光照了进来,“因此我看人最好是在自己所做的事上自得其乐,因为这也是他的分。”(传3:22)很开心听到两位弟兄姐妹分享自己在工作中体会到的意义所在。一位是全职妈妈,她说工作的意义就是管教孩子的时候他非常听话,让他不要学别的小孩子不礼貌地大叫,他就真的不做了。一位是销售主管,他说工作的意义就是看到血糖病人的生活得以改善。

“愚昧人抱着手,吃自己的肉。一掌盛满安宁,胜过两手抓满劳碌捕风。” 这是圣经教导的工作观,不用劳作的安逸不能使我们满足,毫无安息的劳碌也不能。承认并且摒弃生命里面的偶像(金钱、成就、权利),把生命种各样关系放在合适的位置,即使这样做所挣的金钱可能更少。

004 如何道歉是人生的加分项 005 如何在酒桌上聊天

1. 如何道歉——道歉是人生的加分项

appologize

道歉时候的两条红线:

1. 试图淡化事件

2. 试图减轻自己的责任

 

试图通过道歉拉近两人的关系,缓解他人的愤怒情绪。什么是蚂蚁搬大象式的道歉技巧?

发自内心地觉得这些责任都是我的错,把责任都往自己身上扛,甚至到了苛责自己的地步。别人看到了就会不忍心,试图来安慰你。

 


2. 如何在酒桌上聊天?

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在人人都相当主角的场合,配角就是最值钱最耀眼的角色

最佳配角策略:选择合适的话题 – 进行合适的提问 – 根据话题归纳对方优点进行恭维

选择合适的话题

话题选择首先不聊工作/原生家庭。

跟父母聊孩子,跟没孩子的人聊兴趣爱好,跟年轻人聊星座。

进行合适的提问

四W原则:what?which?why?how?

你喜欢什么运动?游泳

是蛙泳,自由泳还是仰泳呢? 自由泳

为什么呢,我觉得自由泳好难学啊? !@#!¥!@¥

你是怎么学会的呢?!@#!@!¥

根据话题归纳对方优点进行恭维

不要夸爱读书的人喜欢看书,也不要夸爱运动的人喜欢运动,这样的恭维太敷衍。

爱看书的人大多思维缜密逻辑系统,爱运动的人大多性格热情交友广泛。

爱看电影的人大多对这个世界好奇喜欢享受生活,爱写字的人大多耐得住性子沉着有审美。

 

 

 

 

魔戒小说里那些温暖场景

这两天我在读<魔戒>的第二部小说,注意到故事里的一个角色,卫戍塔之王迪耐瑟之子波罗莫。

以前我觉得他只是一个企图偷走魔戒未遂的小偷,但在小说里我发现了一些不同的片段。

魔戒远征军穿过摩瑞亚矿坑后,在湖边遇到半兽人的袭击。

【随著他急促的脚步,此起彼落的叫喊声开始渐渐变弱,号角声变得越来越紧急;半兽人的尖厉声音此起彼落,号角声却突然间沉默了。亚拉冈迈步飞奔冲下山坡,但是,在他抵达山脚之前,那叫喊声就开始渐渐变远。当他转向左,冲向这些声音的源头时,他可以听见那声音开始往远方撤退,最后化成一片死寂。他拔出圣剑,大喊著「伊兰迪尔!伊兰迪尔」!瞬间冲入树丛间。

他在距离帕斯加兰不到一哩的草地上发现了波罗莫,他背靠著一株大树,彷佛正在休息。但是,亚拉冈注意到他浑身插满了黑羽箭;他手中虽然还紧握著宝剑,武器却已经连柄断折,他的号角也碎成两半,散落满地,许多半兽人的尸体横陈在他四周。

亚拉冈跪倒下来,波罗莫张开眼睛,挣扎著想要说话,最后,他终于挤出了几个字:「我试著从佛罗多手中夺走魔戒,」他说:「对不起,我罪有应得!」他的目光流连在倒下的敌人尸体上,这儿至少有二十具尸体。「哈比人已经被半兽人掳走了。我想他们还没死

,半兽人把他们绑了起来。」他停了片刻,眼睛疲倦地开始闭上,又过了几秒钟,他继续道。

「永别了,亚拉冈!去米那斯提力斯拯救我的同胞吧,我失败了。」

「不!」亚拉冈握住他的手,亲吻他的眉心:「不,你征服了这一切,没有多少人能赢得这种辉煌战果。安息吧!米那斯提力斯将永不陷落!」波罗莫笑了。】

亚拉冈没有怪罪他企图抢走魔戒,他像个战友一样跪在波罗莫旁边,为他的决心动摇而感到忧伤。

【难道这是天意吗?」亚拉冈说:「卫戍塔之王迪耐瑟的王储就这样离开了人世!没想到会是这样的结局。】

当听到他的死讯,连洛汗国的第三元帅伊欧墨也很震惊。

【「你们所带来的怎么都是不幸的消息!」伊欧墨大惊失色地说:「波罗莫的战死,对于米那斯提力斯有著莫大的伤害,对我们来说也是极大的损失。他是个值得尊敬的好汉,这里每个人都对他极为敬仰。他极少前来洛汗国,因为大部分时间他都在东方边境作战;但我有幸曾经亲睹他的容颜。】

这样看来,波罗莫确实不是一个猥琐卑鄙,留着一脸邋遢胡须的小人,反倒在许多重要人物眼里是一个值得尊重的人。

甚至在白袍甘道夫的眼里,波罗莫像是赢得了一场胜利。

【「亚拉冈吾友,你并没有说出所知或是所推测的全部!」他静静地说:「可怜的波罗莫,我没想到这种事情会发生在他身上。这对他来说是极端严苛的考验,他是一名战士,也是流有高贵血液的王族。凯兰崔尔告诉过我他有危险,幸好他最后还是躲过了万劫不复的结局,我替他感到高兴。】

万劫不复的结局?我猜甘道夫应该是指被魔戒吸引导致的结局。跟咕噜一样,和比尔博类似,与许多被魔戒吸引而堕落的人类相同,如果波罗莫没有及时住手而非要抢下魔戒,那么等待他的将会是万劫不复的结局,那是比末日火山燃烧着的熊熊火焰更加可怕的地方。

在面对他内心的欲望时,波罗莫抵挡住了。尽管他被半兽人残忍杀死,但在白袍甘道夫眼里他确实赢了。

 

读<魔戒>第一部 十章 分道扬镳

此时的远征队从罗瑞恩森林出发,经过十天在安度因大河上的漂流,穿过阿刚那斯之门,经过王者双柱——伊煕尔杜和阿纳瑞安的石像,经过萨恩盖宝险滩,躲过了魔多追击队的攻击,也被斯密戈一路跟踪着。此时的远征队必须要做出一个决定:该随着波洛米尔向西奔赴刚铎的战事,还是转而向东,前往恐怖与阴影;亦或是分道扬镳,各自选择走这条路或那条路。

弗罗多作为持戒人承担着很大的压力,独自一人上山去了。

他在大石上坐下,双手托着下巴,视而不见的盯着东方。自从比尔博离开夏尔后所发生的一切,一幕幕掠过他的脑海,他回忆着,琢磨着每一句他能记起的甘道夫说过的话。时间一分一秒流逝,他却仍旧一筹莫展。

波洛米尔出现在他的身后,他内心的力量此刻已经被魔戒侵蚀得所剩无几,他决定抢夺魔戒。弗罗多迫不得已带上魔戒,在一个只有各种影子的迷雾世界里,他看到了周围的一切,甚至看到了邪黑塔中的魔眼。他感受到两股力量在身上搏斗,他突然意识到他可以自由选择该怎么做。他脱下了魔戒

弗罗多站了起来,他感到疲惫不堪,但他意志坚定,心情也轻松了。他大声自言自语道:现在,我会做我必须做的事。至少这点显而易见:即便在远征队中,摩羯的邪恶也已经在运作,而在它造成更大的伤害之前,一定要让它远离众人。我会独自上路,有些人我无法信任,那些我能信任的对我来说有太珍贵了:可怜的老山姆,还有梅里和皮平。大布佬也是,他内心渴望去米那斯提力斯,而那里会需要他的,既然波洛米尔如今已经坠入了邪恶。我会独自上路。立刻就走。

他的内心在交战,最后决定独自一人踏上前往魔多的危险路程。就在他前往大河边,准备要走的时候,忠心的山姆意识到了他的主人此刻内心的挣扎,他立刻回到大河边,发现了正在登船的弗罗多。书中在这里有一段很有趣的叙述,体现两人之间密不可分的关系

“好了,山姆,”弗罗多说,“别妨碍我!其他人随时会回来。如果他们逮到我在这里,我就得跟他们争论跟解释,如此一来,我就再也不会有心情或机会离开了。可我必须立刻走。这是唯一的办法。”

“当然是。”山姆答道,“但不是一个人。我也要去,不然咱俩就谁都别去。我会先把每艘船都凿几个洞出来。”

弗罗多居然真的大笑出声了。一股温暖伴着快乐突然涌起,打动了他的心。“留下一条别凿!”他说,“我们需要它。但你不能像这样不带行李、食物和其他东西就走。”

他们乘船穿过安度因大河,终于,他们再次登上了陆地,来到了阿蒙肖的南坡。背起行囊出发,寻找一条能令他们翻过灰色丘陵埃敏穆伊,下到魔影之地的人。

第一部至此结束。