时间：2019-1-24 16:28:18 作者：雅信博文翻译
Message on World AIDS Day
The world is well on its way to meeting the target of ending the AIDS epidemic by 2030. Nearly 21 million people living with HIV now have access to treatment – a number that should grow to more than 30 million by 2020. AIDS-related deaths and new HIV infections are declining. There is great hope that the world can deliver on its promise – but much more needs to be done.
Sadly, some parts of the response to HIV are lagging behind. In some regions of the world, hard-won successes are being reversed, with rising numbers of new HIV infections and AIDS-related deaths.
Women and girls continue to be disproportionally affected by HIV, particularly in Africa. Men are less likely to know that they are living with the virus, less likely to seek treatment for it, and more likely to transmit HIV as a result. Too many people are unable to access the services they need to treat their illness or to stay healthy.
On this World AIDS Day, I call for a renewed commitment to finish what we have started and to make the AIDS epidemic a thing of the past.
Which Way to Go?
Across the world, numerous sages in ancient times had emphasized that morality values way much more than merits.
Many parents, too, taught their children that the first lesson about success is being a good person.
A good reputation is the highest degree one can get. And it is the very foundation for you to put your talents to good use.
A talented man without the descipline of morality is merely a monster out of control no matter how capable he is.
There was a wise man named Tseng Guo-fan in
"A moral progress is just like an additional litre of grain."
Morality is not a technique which can be explained technically, but rather a subtle power that works imperceptibly .
It works as the lubricant when you communicate with others.
All the paths become unobstructed for you once you are armored with this. And the doors that used to be locked will open.
This may look like luck in some people's eyes.
But no, this is not luck.
This is a kind of merit.
A good reputation is the highest degree one can get. It goes way farther than any certificate.