A Story behind a Clock

This is a clock…

It was found in Mino Nursery, Japan…

It is a timber made clock…

It is real working clock…

它是一面钟。。。

在美濃市托儿所看见它。。。

它是一面木制钟。。。

它是还在走动的钟。。。

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The timber was originated from the excessive timber thrown away by the workers during the Nursery erection…

It was dumped in the bin of wastage…

The principal of the Mino Kindergarten saw it…

He picked it up…

because he believes that there is nothing which is non usable…

那木块原被在建筑施工时被建筑工人遗弃。。。

幼儿园的校长看见了,然后把它捡起来。。。

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He told us,

“Everything has its own purpose, even a piece of timber waste…

It is precious as long as it can be seen still…”

他说,“每一样东西都有它的用处,当你注意到它时,它就变得宝贵了。。。

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He made the timber plank into a clock as shown in the photo taken…

Now, the timber clock is hung on the beam and serving people…

It might not be the original function of the timber but it still proudly acts as another important role in our lives…

之后,他把它做成一面钟。。。

现在,木质钟就骄傲的挂在那儿执行它因以为傲的任务

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Never give up on any part of your life, or your past…

They are precious…

Sometimes simple facts can be learn from the educators…

All we need is the heart to learn from them…

永不要放弃你生命与人生中的哪一个部分。。。

他们都是宝贵的。。。

有时候,就是这些教育界的灵魂工程师点醒了一些被遗忘的小道理。。。

我们只需要用心学。。。

-婕上-

-kj-

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