- 袁岱漁Lv 41 0 年前最佳解答
From my childhood on, my parents have been teaching me to look on the bright side of everything. (或: ...teaching me to see things with optimism.)
*optimism: n, 樂觀
In the harmonious atmosphere of my family, both my physical and mental health are fully developed.
Though I was born in a double-income family, and my parents are often busy with their work, (yet) they always manage to make time to stay with me, and give me advice on my schoolwork as well as on the philosophy of life.
*manage to V~: 設法做到~
*make time: 抽空; 挪出時間
*philosophy of life: 人生觀
Therefore, I know that I am the happinest and luckiest boy/girl in the world.
But it frequently came to my mind that not everyone is so fortunate as me;
there are still many people that need others' assistance/help and guidance.
Keeping this idea in mind, I gradually developed my leading ability.
Now, I am a freshman in senior high school. Though there is still a long way to go in terms of my future,
*in terms of something: 就something而言
I still hope to help more people, and properly guide and lead those who are in need, so that they can be as happy as I am.
I also hope that I can seize this opportunity to well train myself and broaden my horizons at the same time.
*broaden one's horizons: 充實自己的知識;擴充視野.