优秀社员演讲稿(400字)

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演讲稿

大家好,我是勿影话剧社的社员马瑞卿。

今天,我能够被选为优秀社员代表站在这里发言,我感到很荣幸。进入社团的一个学期以来,我积极、我认真地参与社团的各项活动。

在社团活动中,我对社团的了解越来越深,与社团里的同学也越来越熟。我想,社团也算是一个“班级”吧,在这个“班级”里,我学到了新知识,交到了新朋友,我们在这里一起成长,一起热爱这个“班级”,一起努力的为这个“班级”的发展做出贡献。 我虽然不是社团里最有才华的,并且在社团里,踏实努力的也大有人在,能被选为“优秀社员”,无疑我是幸运的。“优秀社员”对于每一个热爱社团的社员来说,这是多么光荣的一个称呼啊!但是,我不会因为得到了这份殊荣而停止前进的步伐,我会因此更加鼓励自己,让自己更加优秀。我必须要对得住这份殊荣背后的意义,对得住我对社团的热情。我相信,在座的每一位参加社团的同学也与我一样,继续真心真意地在社团工作中贡献自己的力量,努力做到更好,对社团的热情只增不减。

最后,我祝愿每一个社团的发展越来越好,也希望我们学校的社团活动越来越有生有色。




第二篇:优秀演讲稿 14000字

1.Youth

By Samuel Ullman(塞缪尔·厄尔曼)

This often exists in a man of sixty more than a body of twenty. Nobody grows old merely by a number of years. We grow old by deserting our ideals.

Years may wrinkle the skin, but to give up enthusiasm wrinkles the soul. Worry, fear, self-distrust bows the heart and turns the spirit back to dust.

the center of your heart and my heart there is a wireless station: so long as it receives messages of beauty, hope, cheer, courage and power from men and from the infinite, so long as you are young.

When the aerials are down, and your spirit is covered with snows of cynicism and the ice of pessimism, then you are grown old, even at twenty, but as long as your aerials are up, to catch the waves of optimism, there is hope you may die young at eighty.

青春不是年华,而是心境;青春不是桃面,丹唇,柔膝,而是深沉的意志,恢宏的想象,炽热的感情;青春是生命的源泉在不息的涌流。

青春气贯长虹,勇锐盖过怯懦,进取压倒苟安。如此锐气,弱冠后生有之,耳顺之年,则亦多见,年岁有加,并非垂老;理想丢弃,方堕暮年。

岁月悠悠,衰微只及肌肤,热忱抛却,颓唐必至灵魂。忧烦,惶恐,丧失自信,定使心灵扭曲,意气如灰。

无论年届古稀,抑或二八芳龄,心中皆有生命之欢乐,奇迹之诱惑,孩童般天真久盛不衰。人人心中皆深植一片追求,只要你从天上,人间追求美好,希望,欢乐,勇气和力量,你就青春永驻,风华长存。 一旦追求消失,锐气如同冰雪覆盖,玩世不恭,自暴自弃油然而生,即使年方二十,实已老矣。然坚持追求,你就有望在百岁高龄告别尘寰时仍觉年青。

2.William Faulkner

(1897-1962)

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"No matter how piercing and appalling his insights, the desolation creeping over his outer world, the lurid lights and shadows of his inner world, the writer must live with hope, work in faith."

J.B. Priestley

"I decline to accept the end of man."

William Faulkner: Nobel Prize Speech

Stockholm, Sweden

December 10, 1950

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"All his life William Faulkner had avoided speeches, and insisted that he not be taken as a man of letters. 'I'm just a farmer who likes to tell stories.' he once said. Because of his known aversion to making formal pronouncements, there was much interest, when he traveled to Stockholm to receive the prize on December 10, 1950, in what he would say in the speech that custom obliged him to deliver. Faulkner evidently wanted to set right the misinterpretation of his own work as pessimistic. But beyond that, he recognized that, as the first American novelist to receive the prize since the end of World War II, he had a special obligation to take the changed situation of the writer, and of man, into account."

Richard Ellmann

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I feel that this award was not made to me as a man, but to my work--a life's work in the agony and sweat of the human spirit, not for glory and least of all for profit, but to create out of the materials of the human spirit something which did not exist before. So this award is only mine in trust. It will not be difficult to find a dedication for the money part of it commensurate with the purpose and significance of its origin. But I would like to do the same with the acclaim too, by using this moment as a pinnacle from which I might be listened to by the young men and women already dedicated to the same anguish and travail, among whom is already that one who will some day stand where I am standing.

Our tragedy today is a general and universal physical fear so long sustained by now that we can even bear it. There are no longer problems of the spirit. There is only one question: When will I be blown up? Because of this, the young man or woman writing today has forgotten the problems of the human heart in conflict with itself which alone can make good writing because only that is worth writing about, worth the agony and the sweat. He must learn them again. He must teach himself that the basest of all things is to be afraid: and, teaching himself that, forget it forever, leaving no room in his workshop for anything but the old verities and truths of the heart, the universal truths lacking which any story is ephemeral and doomed--love and honor and pity and pride and compassion and sacrifice. Until he does so, he labors under a curse. He writes not of love but of lust, of defeats in which nobody loses anything of value, and victories without hope and worst of all, without pity or compassion. His griefs grieve on no universal bones, leaving no scars. He writes not of the heart but of the glands.

Until he learns these things, he will write as though he stood among and watched the end of man. I decline to accept the end of man. It is easy enough to say that man is immortal

because he will endure: that when the last ding-dong of doom has clanged and faded from the last worthless rock hanging tideless in the last red and dying evening, that even then there will still be one more sound: that of his puny inexhaustible voice, still talking. I refuse to accept this. I believe that man will not merely endure: he will prevail. He is immortal, not because he alone among creatures has an inexhaustible voice, but because he has a soul, a spirit capable of compassion and sacrifice and endurance. The poet's, the writer's, duty is to write about these things. It is his privilege to help man endure by lifting his heart, by reminding him of the courage and honor and hope and pride and compassion and pity and sacrifice which have been the glory of his past. The poet's voice need not merely be the record of man, it can be one of the props, the pillars to help him endure and prevail.

我感到这份奖赏不是授予我个人而是授予我的工作的---授予我一生从事关于人类精神的呕心沥血的工作。我从事这项工作,不是为名,更不是为利,而是为了从人的精神原料中创造出一些从前不曾有过的东西。因此,这份奖金只不过是托我保管而已。要做出与这份奖赏原本的目的和意义相符,又与其奖金等价的献词并不困难,但我还愿意利用这个时刻,利用这个举世瞩目的讲坛,向那些可能听到我说话并已献身于同一艰苦劳动的男女青年致敬。他们中肯定有人有一天也会站到我现在站着的地方来。

我们今天的悲剧是人们普遍存在一种生理上的恐惧,这种恐惧存在已久,以致我们已经习惯了。现在不存在精神上的问题,唯一的问题是:“我什么时候会被炸得粉身碎骨?”正因如此,今天从事写作的男女青年已经忘记了人类内心的冲突。而这本身就能就好作品。因为这是唯一值得写、值得呕心沥血地去写的题材

他一定要重新认识这些问题。他必须使自己明白世间最可鄙的事情莫过于恐惧。他必须使自己永远忘却恐惧,在他的工作室里除了心底古老的真理之外,任何东西都没有容身之地。没有这古老的普遍真理,任何小说都只能昙花一观,不会成功;这些真理就是爱、荣誉、怜悯、自尊、同情与牺牲等感惰。若是他做不到这样,他的气力终归白费。他不是写爱情而是写情欲,他写的失败是没有人失去可贵的东西的失败,他写的胜利是没有希望、更糟的是没有怜悯或同情的胜利。他的悲伤不是为了世上生灵,所以留下不深刻的痕迹。他不是在写心灵而是在写器官。

在他重新懂得这些之前,他写作时,就犹如站在处于世界末日的人类中去观察末日的来临。我不接受人类末日的说法,因人类能延续而说人是不朽的,这很容易。说即使最后一次钟声已经消失,消失的再也没有潮水冲刷的映在落日余晖里的海上最后一块无用礁石之旁时,还会有一个声音,人类微弱的、不断的说话声,这也很容易。但是我不能接受这种说法。我相信人类不仅能延续。而且能战胜一切而永存。人类不朽不是因为在万物中唯有他能永远发言、而是因为他有灵魂,有同情心、有牺牲和忍耐精神。诗人和作家的责任就是把这些写出来。诗人和作家的特权就是去鼓舞人的斗志、使人记住过去曾经有过的光荣---人类曾有过的勇气、荣誉、希望、自尊、同情、怜悯与牺牲精神--以达到永恒。诗人的声音不应只是人类的记录,而应是使人类永存并得到胜利的支柱和栋梁。

3.Ilana Wexler's speech at 2004 Democratic Party Convention

My name is Ilana Wexler. I'm 12 years old, and I am the founder of "Kids for Kerry."

Kids for Kerry is a grassroots organization of kids that support John Kerry, want to help their futures, and get active in politics.

When my parents went to see Teresa Heinz Kerry speak, they told me that she was amazing!

-- and that they thought John Kerry would make a great President. I decided to find out more about John Kerry. I talk about what I learned by using my ABCs.

"A" isAmerica. John Kerry is a hero to America, and he will help our futures. He is a great and positive role model.

"B" isBetter education. John Kerry wants to make class sizes smaller, so that children get the best part out of learning. He wants to help teachers because being a teacher is educating children, and letting them out into the world to do good things.

"C" isCompassion towards children. John Kerry wants to make sure that health care is not a privilege, but it is something that we can all afford.

This summer, I was supposed to go to my favorite camp. But instead, I decided to go to the John Kerry office every day. Kids can really help!

On KidsforKerry.org, we have an interactive presidential quiz. There are 270 questions for the electoral votes John Kerry will win. Plus, 25 questions to make up for Florida from the last election.

Our next goal is to have a petition for "National No Name-Calling Day," a day that the candidates don't say anything negative about one another. When our Vice President had a disagreement with a Democratic senator, he used a REALLY BAD word.

If I said that -- If I said that word, I would be put in a "time-out."

I think he should be put in a time-out.

The last time I saw John Kerry, he grabbed my arm and said, "See you at the convention." And here I am!

What will be even more amazing will be the inauguration in January, when we have a new President, knowing that kids have made a difference in this election.

To summarize, Teresa Heinz Kerry: Inspirational, amazing!

John Kerry: American hero, next President.

Kids need -- Kids need positive -- Kids need positive role models in politics. And our Vice President deserves a longgggggg time-out.

Kids -- Kids, this is about our futures. Make sure all adults you know get out and vote. We can have a voice today!

Thank you!

My Definition of Success

By Chen Heng

专家点评:演讲开头用了一个寓言故事,十分生动,最后点出对成功的看法,达到了点题的效果。

And the ending is always the same, finishing with the line "And they live happily every after."

Why aren't we tired of something so fanciful,so unrealistic, and, I would say, so unimaginative? How can a story like that endure generations of repetition? Because, I think, it is a typical success story. It is highly philosophical and symbolic. By implication, we see a 4-step definition of success: 1 ) a goal to be set. as represented by the beautiful princess; 2 ) challenges to be met, as represented by the three tasks; 3 ) the process of surmounting difficulties, as represented by the ordeals the youth goes through; and 4 ) the reward of success, as represented by the happy marriage.

The story not only caters to everyone's inward yearning for success, but also emphasizes the inseparability of the process and the result. The reward of success will be much amplified if the path leading towards it is treacherous, and vice versa. If a person inherits his father's millions and leads an easy life, he is not a successful person even in material terms, because there are no difficulties involved in his achieving affluence. The term "success", to be sure. will not sit still for easy definition. But as I understand it, To clarify my view, let me give another analogy.

If we changed the rules of football, greatly enlarged the goal and sent away David Seaman or any other goal keeper, so that another David, namely David Beckham, could score easily, then scoring would not give him the thrill of accomplishment and the joy that it brings. If we further changed the rules by not allowing Arsenal's defenders to defend, so that Beckham needed only to lift a finger, actually a toe, to score, then there would be no game at all, because the meaning of winning would have disappeared.

The concept of success is not constant but relative because the nature of difficulty is also relative. Something you do effortlessly might pose a great difficulty for a handicapped person. In acquiring the ability to do the same as you can, he or she achieve success. That's why we greatly admire Stephen Hawking, because, though confined to a wheel chair, he has contributed greatly to the field of science.

I myself, a rather shy person by nature who easily suffer from stage fright, had to pluck up great courage to take part in a speech contest like this. I could have stayed away and had an easy time of it by not entering the university level contest.But I chose to accept the challenge and to face the difficulties. Now here I am. If I come out first, it will be a great success for me. If I come out last-I hope this will not be the case-but if I come out last, I will not call my attempt a failure, but will also celebrate it as a true success, because part of my goal is my own character training-to do more assertive, to be brave in face of difficulties. For me, it is a meaningful step forward, small as it is, in the long journey toward the final success in my life, because I have truly gained by participating.

Let us return to our handsome young prince and the 4-step definition of success. You my have noticed that the usual worldly criteria of wealth, position and fame were not mentioned as

part of the story, but rather, it emphasized the process of overcoming difficulties. The ancient wisdom had already defined the meaning of success, and this is my definition, too.

Thank you.

译文:成功之我见

“很久以前,有个国王,他的女儿貌美如花。老国王向所有来求婚的男士提出了三个任务作为挑战,而每一项任务都异常艰巨,几乎不可能完成。一天,来了一位年轻英俊的王子……”好了,下面的故事你们都知道了。三项任务在不同的版本中各不相同,但关键部分的情节都如出一辙:王子成功地过关,得到了公主的芳心。而故事的结局也都一样,最后一句都写道:“从此他们幸福地生活在一起。

为什么我们对如此美妙、如此不切实际,而我要说,如此缺乏想象力的东西这么乐此不疲呢?这样的故事又如何能够经历几代人的重复?我想,因为它是典型的成功的例子。故事的思想性很强,具有代表性。通过故事带给我们的启示,我们认识到了成功定义中的四个步骤;第一,目标的设定,有如故事里美丽的公主;第二,所遇到的困难和挑战,就像三大任务;第三,克服困难的过程,故事中青年经历重重难关可以作为象征;第四,就是成功的果实,如同幸福的婚姻。

这个故事不仅迎合了人们内心深处对成功的向往,也强调了过程和结果的不可分离。如果通往成功的道路崎岖曲折,那么成功的回报必然硕果累累,反之亦然。如果一个人继承了父辈的百万家产而生活得轻松富足,那么,即使在物质上,他也不能算是个成功人士,因为,他的财富并没有经过艰难困苦而获得。确切地说,“成功”这个词,不是个静态简单的定义。在我的理解中,真正意义上的成功是奋斗的过程和经历了奋斗之后赢得的满意的结果。请让我另举一例来阐明我的见解。

如果我们试着改变足球的比赛规则,将球门放得很大,换下大卫·希曼或其他任何的守门员,这样,随便哪个“大卫”,比如说,“大卫·贝克汉姆”,就可以轻松进球,然而这样进一球却不能给他带来成功的震颤与喜悦。如果我们再改一改比赛规则,不让阿森纳队的防守来守门,那么,贝克汉姆只要动动手,其实就是抬抬脚就能进一球,那样的话、,实际上也没有什么比赛可言了,因为赢球的意义已经不存在了。在接受挑战、克服困难和经历磨难的过程中,“成功”的价值才得以体现。取得成果的意义和所克服的艰难的程度成正比。

所谓成功的概念不是一成不变的.而昙相对而言的,因为困难的性质也是相对意义上的。正常人不费力气做成的事对于一个残疾人来说也许相当困难。获得了同正常人一样的能力,这个残疾人就获得了成功。这便是我们为什么崇敬史蒂芬·霍金的原因—虽然行动不便,受到了轮椅的限制,他依然为科学界作出了巨大的贡献。

就我自己而言,生性羞涩,容易怯场,不得不鼓起非常大的勇气来参加此次的演讲比赛。我完全可以待在一边,不参加大学级别的比赛,而落得轻松自在。可是,我还是选择了接受这一挑战来面对困难。现在我来了,如果我能够得第一的话.这对我来说就是巨大的成功。如果,我是最后一名—我希望情况不是这样—但如果我真的是最后一名,我也不会认为这次的尝试是一次失败,反而我要把它当作一次真正的成功来庆贺,因为我一部分的目标是对自己性格的锻炼—更加坚强、勇敢地面对困难。对我来说,这标志着我在通向成功人生的漫漫征途中又向前迈进了一步,尽管是很小的一步,但是我确实通过参与真正地获得了收益。

回到我们年轻英俊的王子和对“成功”的四步骤定义上吧,您也许已经注意到了财富、地位和名誉等这些世俗的标准在故事中并未提及,相反故事强调了克服重重困难的过程。古代的智慧已经对成功的意义下了定义,这也是我的定义。

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