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Peppa Pig으로 영어 공부해요! (Season 1 - Part 3)

# 페파픽을 활용한 영어 공부법 (필독) http://www.vingle.net/posts/430617 ----------------- 25. The Tooth Fairy Narrator: Peppa and George are having their favourite food—spaghetti. Daddy Pig: What a lot of noise. Peppa Pig: Finished! Mummy Pig: Now we’ll have a bit of quiet. Peppa Pig: What’s that? Daddy Pig: It’s a tooth. Peppa Pig: Where did that come from? Mummy Pig: Peppa, maybe you should look in the mirror. Peppa Pig: Oh. It’s my tooth. It’s fallen out. Mummy Pig: Don’t worry, Peppa. It’s just a milk tooth. They’re meant to fall out. Peppa Pig: Will I grow a new one, Mummy? Mummy Pig: Yes, you will, Peppa. Mummy Pig: It also means the tooth fairy will be paying you a visit. Peppa Pig: Tooth fairy? Mummy Pig: Yes, the tooth fairy. If you put the tooth under your pillow tonight, the tooth fairy will come. Mummy Pig: The tooth fairy will take the tooth and in its place she will leave a shiny coin. Peppa Pig: When I grow up I want to be a tooth fairy. Daddy Pig: And what would you like to be when you grow up, George? George: Dinosaur. Daddy Pig: A dinosaur. Peppa Pig: Quick, George. It’s bedtime. We don’t want to miss the tooth fairy. Narrator: Before going to bed, Peppa and George brush their teeth. Daddy Pig: Peppa, what are you doing? Peppa Pig: I’m brushing my tooth so it’s nice and clean for the tooth fairy. Narrator: Peppa cannot wait to get into bed. Narrator: Peppa is putting her tooth under the pillow for the tooth fairy. Mummy Pig: Good-night, Peppa and George. Peppa Pig: Good-night, Mummy. Good-night, Daddy. Daddy Pig: Good-night, my little piggies. Peppa Pig: George, I’m not going to sleep. Let’s both stay awake all night and see the tooth fairy. Peppa Pig: This tooth fairy is very late. Narrator: The tooth fairy is taking a long time to arrive. Peppa Pig: Where is that tooth fairy? Narrator: What is that noise? Is it the tooth fairy? Peppa Pig: George? Can you hear something? Oh, George. Narrator: Oh, the noise is George. He was so tired he has fallen asleep. Peppa Pig: George is not very good at staying awake. But I am. I’m going to stay awake and see the tooth fairy. I’m not going to sleep. Narrator: The tooth fairy has arrived. Peppa is asleep. Tooth Fairy: Hello, Peppa. Would you like this coin in return for your tooth? Tooth Fairy: What a nice clean tooth. Thank you, Peppa. Good-night. Mummy Pig: Peppa, George, wake up. It’s morning. Peppa Pig: What? I wasn’t asleep. Daddy Pig: Did the tooth fairy come? Peppa Pig: No. Daddy Pig: Let’s take a look under your pillow. Mummy Pig: Look, Peppa. The tooth fairy has been and she’s left you a coin. Peppa Pig: Hurrah! Mummy Pig: You fell asleep, didn’t you? Peppa Pig: Well, maybe I fell asleep just for a little bit. Next time I will stay awake and I will see the tooth fairy. 26. Treasure Hunt Narrator: Granny Pig and Grandpa Pig are making a treasure hunt for Peppa and George. Granny Pig is drawing the treasure map. Grandpa Pig is burying the treasure in a secret place in the garden. Granny Pig: Grandpa Pig, have you finished? Peppa and George will be here soon. Grandpa Pig: No need to panic, Granny Pig. Narrator: Peppa and her family are here. Granny Pig: Quick, Grandpa Pig. They’re here. Grandpa Pig: Almost done. Narrator: Grandpa Pig just finished in time. Peppa Pig: Granny Pig, we’re here! George: Grankey ‘ig! Granny Pig: Hello, my little ones. Peppa Pig: Grandpa Pig! George: Grandpa ‘ig! Grandpa Pig: Ahoy there, me hearties! Granny Pig: Peppa, George, we’ve made you a treasure hunt. Grandpa Pig: Somewhere in the garden is buried treasure. Peppa Pig: Wow, treasure! Where is it? Grandpa Pig: You have to look for it. Granny Pig: Here’s a treasure map for Peppa. Grandpa Pig: And George can wear my pirate hat. Ahoy there, Captain George. Peppa Pig: The map is a bit difficult. Daddy, can you help? Daddy Pig: Of course, Peppa. I’m very good with maps. It is a bit difficult. Granny Pig: Daddy Pig, you’re holding the map upside down. Daddy Pig: Yes, I thought as much. Peppa Pig: It’s easy! The red cross shows where the treasure is. Daddy Pig: But where in the garden are those two apple trees? Peppa Pig: Hmmm, I don’t know. Granny Pig: Would you like a clue? Peppa Pig: Yes, please. Granny Pig: The first clue is in a bottle. But where is the bottle? Peppa Pig: I can see it. Narrator: Peppa has found the first clue—a message in a bottle. Peppa Pig: Look, everyone! It’s a bottle! Grandpa Pig: Well done, Peppa. Let’s see what the message says. Oh, it’s a message from a pirate. Peppa Pig: Mummy, can you read the pirate’s message? Mummy Pig: Hmmm, this pirate has very bad handwriting. Grandpa Pig: The pirate’s handwriting is excellent. Mummy Pig: No, I can’t make it out at all. Grandpa Pig: The pirate has clearly written: “Follow the arrows.” Peppa Pig: Follow the arrows? Narrator: George has found the second clue—sticks in the shape of an arrow. Peppa Pig: Look, they point this way. Narrator: Peppa and George are following the arrows. Peppa Pig: Look, George, a key! Narrator: Peppa has found the next clue—a key. Granny Pig: Well done, Peppa. Now you just have to find the treasure chest that it unlocks. Peppa Pig: But there aren’t any more clues. Granny Pig: Maybe you should take another look at the map. Look, Peppa. The map has two apple trees on it. Peppa Pig: Here’s an apple tree. And here’s an apple tree. So the treasure must be here. Daddy Pig: Let’s take a look. Daddy Pig: Oh, dear. There doesn’t seem to be anything here. Daddy Pig: Hang on. There is something here. Peppa Pig: Wow, treasure! Daddy Pig, Mummy Pig, Grandpa Pig, Granny Pig: Hurrah! Grandpa Pig: Well done. Peppa Pig: I’ve got the key to open it. Daddy Pig: Wow, I can’t believe it! Gold coins! They must be worth a fortune. Grandpa Pig: It’s better than that. They’re not gold coins. They’re chocolate coins. Granny Pig: And there’s a chocolate coin for everybody. Daddy Pig, Mummy Pig, Grandpa Pig, Granny Pig, Peppa Pig: Hurrah! Narrator: Peppa and George love chocolate coins. Narrator: Everyone loves chocolate coins. Peppa Pig: Granny, Grandpa, this is the best treasure hunt ever. 27. Not Very Well Narrator: Mummy Pig and Daddy Pig have just made breakfast for Peppa and George. Daddy Pig: Breakfast is ready. Narrator: Peppa has red spots on her face. Peppa Pig: Mummy, I don’t feel very well. Mummy Pig: Oh, dear, Peppa. You don’t look very well. Daddy Pig: Don’t worry. I’ll ring Dr. Brown Bear. Dr. Brown Bear: Dr. Brown Bear speaking. Daddy Pig: Peppa is not very well. Her face is covered in red spots. Dr. Brown Bear: Hmmm. Put Peppa to bed and I’ll come straight round. Narrator: Dr. Brown Bear has come to make Peppa better. Dr. Brown Bear: Hello, Peppa. How are you today? Peppa Pig: I’m not very well. Dr. Brown Bear: Stick your tongue out, please. Dr. Brown Bear: Hmm. It’s not anything serious. Peppa has just got a rash. Peppa Pig: Do I need medicine? Dr. Brown Bear: The rash will clear up quickly, but if you like I can give you just a little medicine. Peppa Pig: Yes, please. Dr. Brown Bear: I’m afraid it doesn’t taste very nice. Open wide, please. Peppa Pig: Yuck! Disgusting! Dr. Brown Bear: You are a brave little one for taking it so well. Dr. Brown Bear: Peppa must stay in bed. I’ll call back later to check that she’s better. Mummy Pig: Can Peppa have visitors? Dr. Brown Bear: Oh, yes, she can have visitors. The rash isn’t catching. Goodbye. Daddy Pig: Goodbye, Dr. Brown Bear. Peppa Pig: Mummy, can I get up now? Mummy Pig: Dr. Brown Bear says that you must stay in bed for a little bit, Peppa. Peppa Pig: Oh. But it’s so boring. Mummy Pig: Dr. Brown Bear did say you could have visitors. Peppa Pig: Could Suzy Sheep visit me? Narrator: Suzy Sheep is Peppa’s best friend. Mummy Pig: I’ll ring Suzy Sheep’s mummy. Mrs. Sheep: Hello, Mrs. Pig. Mummy Pig: May Peppa talk with Suzy, please? Peppa Pig: Hello, Suzy. Suzy Sheep: Hello, Peppa. Peppa Pig: I’m not very well. I have red spots on my face. Suzy Sheep: Has the doctor been? Peppa Pig: Yes, Dr. Brown Bear was here. He said I wasn’t very well and that I was very brave. Suzy Sheep: So are you really ill? Peppa Pig: Yes, yes. It’s not pretend. I have to stay in bed. Dr. Brown Bear gave me medicine that tasted really horrible. Suzy Sheep: I’m coming to see you. I’m going to wear my nurse’s outfit. Narrator: Suzy Sheep has come to see Peppa. Suzy is wearing her nurse’s costume. Danny Dog and Rebecca Rabbit have come along too. Suzy Sheep, Danny Dog, Rebecca Rabbit: Hello, Peppa. Peppa Pig: Hello. Suzy Sheep: How do you feel? Peppa Pig: I’m not very well, Suzy. I have to stay in bed. Suzy Sheep: What can we do to make you better? Peppa Pig: You can get me some orange juice. Suzy Sheep: Okay. Narrator: Peppa seems to be quite enjoying herself. Peppa Pig: Thank you, Suzy. Suzy Sheep: Do you feel any better? Peppa Pig: A little bit. Peppa Pig: Danny, ask my mummy if I could have some ice cream. And Rebecca, could you bring me some flowers from the garden? Narrator: Dr. Brown Bear is here to see whether Peppa is better. Dr. Brown Bear: Ah, good. The nurse is already here. How is the patient? Suzy Sheep: I’m not a real nurse. It’s just pretend. Dr. Brown Bear: I see. Would you like me to take a look myself? Suzy Sheep: Yes, please. Dr. Brown Bear: I say! No more red spots! You’re completely better. Peppa Pig: Aren’t I still a bit ill? Dr. Brown Bear: How do you feel? Peppa Pig: I think I should stay in bed a little bit more. Daddy Pig: I fancy a game with this ball in the garden. Who wants to join me? Suzy Sheep, Danny Dog, Rebecca Rabbit: Me, me, me! Peppa Pig: Me too! Dr. Brown Bear: Well, I never. A complete recovery. 28. Windy Castle Narrator: Peppa and her family are going out for the day. Daddy Pig: Peppa, George, today we’re going to Windy Castle. Peppa Pig: What’s Windy Castle, Daddy? Daddy Pig: It’s a castle on a very high hill. Narrator: George likes castles. Peppa Pig: Windy Castle sounds like a boring thing, for boys. Daddy Pig: No, Peppa. You’ll love it. There’s a great view from the top of Windy Castle. You can even see Granny and Grandpa’s house. Peppa Pig: Wow! Let’s go. Daddy Pig: I’ll map read and Mummy Pig will drive. Mummy Pig: Are you sure, Daddy Pig? When you map read we always get lost and you get grumpy. Daddy Pig: We will not get lost. And I will not get grumpy. Mummy Pig: Windy Castle, here we come. Peppa Pig: Are we nearly there yet? Daddy Pig: Not quite. Peppa Pig: Oh. Daddy Pig: Would you like to play a game? Peppa Pig: Yes, please. Let’s play I Spy. Daddy Pig: OK. I’ll go first. Narrator: Daddy Pig has to secretly look at something and the others have to guess what it is. Daddy Pig: I spy with my little eye something coloured red. Peppa Pig: Red. My dress. That’s red. Daddy Pig: No, it’s not your dress. Peppa Pig: Hmm? The car. Daddy Pig: That’s right, our red car. Peppa Pig: My go. I spy with my little eye something blue. Daddy Pig: Hmm. George’s blue shirt. Peppa Pig: No. Mummy Pig: Is it something in the car? Peppa Pig: No. Give up? Daddy Pig: Yes. Peppa Pig: The sky. The blue sky. I win. Mummy Pig: Daddy Pig, do you know where we are? Daddy Pig: I know exactly where we are. Although, this road doesn’t look the same as it does on this map. Mummy Pig: Oh, Daddy Pig. We’re lost. Daddy Pig: We are not lost. Mummy Pig: So how do we get to Windy Castle from here? Daddy Pig: Just give me a moment. Hmm. Mummy Pig: I know. We can ring Granny and Grandpa. Daddy Pig: There’s no need to ring Granny and Grandpa. I’ll get us to Windy Castle if it takes me all day. Mummy Pig: We haven’t got all day. Grandpa Pig: Hello, Grandpa Pig speaking. Mummy Pig: Grandpa Pig, we’ve got a bit lost on the way to Windy Castle. Grandpa Pig: Is Daddy Pig doing the map reading? Mummy Pig: Yes, Daddy Pig is doing the map reading and he’s a bit grumpy at the moment. Daddy Pig: I am not grumpy. Grandpa Pig: This is the best route. Keep on the main road until you see Windy Castle up ahead. Mummy Pig: Thank you, Grandpa Pig. Mummy Pig: We follow the main road and look out for Windy Castle. Daddy Pig: As I thought. Peppa Pig: Look. Is that a castle? Daddy Pig: Yes. It’s Windy Castle. Mummy Pig: Come on, car. Peppa Pig: Go on, car. You can make it. Daddy Pig, Mummy Pig, Peppa Pig: Hurrah! Narrator: Peppa and her family have arrived at Windy Castle. Peppa Pig: Wow, it’s so tall. Daddy Pig: Let’s go inside. The view from the top is fantastic. Peppa Pig: Wow! Mummy Pig: Look at the view. Peppa Pig: Mummy, is that Granny and Grandpa’s house? Mummy Pig: Yes, it is. Peppa Pig: It’s so far away. Daddy Pig: Let’s take a look through the telescope. Peppa Pig: Can I look first, please? Daddy Pig: Yes, but you must let George look next. Peppa Pig: Wow! Narrator: The telescope makes everything look bigger. Peppa Pig: I can see Granny and Grandpa. Peppa Pig: Look, George. George: Dankey ‘ig, Papa ‘ig. Narrator: George is waving at Granny and Grandpa. Peppa Pig: Silly George. Granny and Grandpa are too far away to see you waving. Mummy Pig: I know. We can ring them. Grandpa Pig: Hello. Mummy Pig: Grandpa Pig, we can see you from Windy Castle. Wave at us. Peppa Pig: Granny and Grandpa are waving at us. Peppa Pig: I love Windy Castle. 29. Pancakes Narrator: It is teatime and Mummy Pig has a surprise for everyone. Mummy Pig: Today is a day for pancakes. Daddy Pig: Pancakes. Delicious. Peppa Pig: I love pancakes. Narrator: Everyone loves pancakes. Daddy Pig: I’m the expert at flipping the pancakes over. Leave that to me. Mummy Pig: Are you sure, Daddy Pig? Last time you got a bit grumpy when you dropped the pancake on the floor. Daddy Pig: I did not get grumpy. There was a problem with the frying pan. Peppa Pig: Mummy, can we help make the pancakes, please? Mummy Pig: Yes, you can help me make the batter. Mummy Pig: First, I put some flour in the bowl. Peppa Pig and George: Oo-oo. Mummy Pig: Now I add an egg. Mummy Pig: Now the milk. Mummy Pig: And I give it all a stir. Peppa Pig: Mummy, can I stir? Mummy Pig: Yes, of course, Peppa. Narrator: Peppa loves stirring. Narrator: George wants to stir as well. Peppa Pig: No, George. Like this. Mummy Pig: Okay, that’s enough stirring. You two sit at the table while I cook the pancakes. Narrator: Mummy Pig is going to flip the pancake over. Peppa Pig: Hurrah! Daddy Pig: You could flip it higher, Mummy Pig. Mummy Pig: You can show us how when you flip your own pancake, Daddy Pig. Narrator: This first pancake is for George. Narrator: Mummy Pig pours a little syrup on George’s pancake. Narrator: Delicious. Narrator: This pancake is for Peppa. Peppa Pig: Hurrah! Daddy Pig: Hmm. You could flip it higher, Mummy Pig. Mummy Pig: You will get a chance to show me when you flip your own pancake, Daddy Pig. Peppa Pig: Syrup please. Peppa Pig: Mmm, delicious. Narrator: This pancake is for Mummy Pig. Peppa Pig: Hurrah! Daddy Pig: You still aren’t flipping them high enough, Mummy Pig. Mummy Pig: The next pancake is yours, Daddy Pig. So now you can show us how it should be done. Mummy Pig: Mmm, delicious. Daddy Pig: Is everyone watching? Daddy Pig: The secret of making a good pancake is to flip it high into the air. Daddy Pig: A-one, two, three, hoopla! Peppa Pig: Silly Daddy. Daddy Pig: Oh, maybe that was just a bit too high. Mummy Pig: What a shame. That was the last pancake. Daddy Pig: It should be a simple matter to get it down. Narrator: Oh dear. Daddy Pig cannot reach his pancake. Mummy Pig: Don’t worry, Daddy Pig. I think I know a way to get it down. Mummy Pig: Let’s go upstairs, children. Mummy Pig: This way. Narrator: What is Mummy Pig planning to do? Mummy Pig: On the count of three we all have to start jumping up and down. One, two, three, jump! Daddy Pig: What are they doing? Narrator: It worked! Now Daddy Pig has his pancake. Peppa Pig: Daddy has a pancake on his head. Mummy Pig: Syrup on your pancake, Daddy Pig? Daddy Pig: Yes, please. Daddy Pig: One, two, three, hoopla! Daddy Pig: Delicious. Peppa Pig: Silly daddy. 30. The Museum Narrator: Peppa and her family are going to the museum. Peppa Pig: Daddy, what is a museum? Daddy Pig: It’s a place full of interesting things that are very old. Peppa Pig: Older than you? Daddy Pig: Yes, even older than me. Peppa Pig and George: Oo-oo. Peppa Pig: Really old. Mummy Pig: There’s one room that is full of things that belonged to kings and queens from long ago. Peppa Pig: I want to see the king and queen’s room. Daddy Pig: And there’s another room with a real dinosaur. George: Wow, dinosaur, grr! Miss Rabbit: Hello, Mummy Pig. Mummy Pig: Hello, Miss Rabbit. Miss Rabbit: How many tickets, please? Mummy Pig: Two adults and two children. George: Dinosaur, grr. Miss Rabbit: And a dinosaur. Narrator: Peppa wants to see the room full of things that belonged to kings and queens from long ago. Peppa Pig: Wow! George: Dinosaur? Narrator: But George wants to see the real dinosaur. Mummy Pig: Don’t worry, George. We will see the dinosaur next. Mummy Pig: Peppa, these are all the things that the queen had a long time ago. Mummy Pig: This is the queen’s special chair. It’s called a throne. Peppa Pig: It’s beautiful. Mummy Pig: This is the queen’s dress. Peppa Pig: It’s so pretty. Mummy Pig: Look, Peppa. This is the queen’s golden crown. Peppa Pig: Wow! What lovely things. Peppa Pig: Mummy, where is the queen’s television? Mummy Pig: They didn’t have television then. Peppa Pig: No television? But they did have computers. Mummy Pig: No, they didn’t have computers either. Peppa Pig: What did they do all day? Peppa Pig: Mummy, if I was the queen I would eat as much cake as I wanted. Narrator: Peppa imagines being a queen. Peppa Pig: Mmm, delicious. Mummy Pig: Is there anything else you would care for, Queen Peppa? Peppa Pig: Yes, more cake, please. Mummy Pig: Of course. Daddy Pig: Come on, everyone. Peppa Pig: Coming, Daddy. Peppa Pig: Daddy, I’m Queen Peppa. Peppa Pig: You must bow when you speak to me. Daddy Pig: Oh, I’m most terribly sorry, your royal highness. Peppa Pig: And what do you do? Daddy Pig: I’m your daddy. Peppa Pig: That must be very interesting. Daddy Pig: Yes, it’s very interesting. Peppa Pig: And what room is this? Daddy Pig: This is the dinosaur room. Peppa Pig: The dinosaur room? Peppa Pig: George, this is the dinosaur room. George: Dinosaur. Peppa Pig: Where is the dinosaur? Daddy Pig: He’s somewhere in the room. Peppa Pig: I can’t see him. He must be very small. Daddy Pig: Actually, Peppa, he’s very big. Peppa Pig: Wow! Daddy Pig: These are the bones of a real dinosaur. George: Dinosaur, grr. Narrator: George imagines being a big dinosaur. Peppa Pig: It’s a dinosaur! Help, help! Mummy Pig: The dinosaur room is George’s favourite room. Peppa Pig: My favourite room is the king and queen’s room. Mummy Pig: And it looks as if Daddy Pig is already in his favourite room. Peppa Pig: Which room is that, Mummy? Mummy Pig: The room with the cakes in. Narrator: Daddy Pig’s favourite room is the museum cafe. Daddy Pig: Come on, tuck in. Peppa Pig: Oh, yes. This is a very nice room. 31. Secrets Narrator: Mummy Pig has made a special box for Peppa. Mummy Pig: Peppa, this box is just for you. Peppa Pig: Thank you, Mummy. Mummy Pig: It’s a secret box for you to keep secret things in. Peppa Pig: What things can I put in it, Mummy? Mummy Pig: Only you can decide that, Peppa. It’s your secret box. Peppa Pig: I know what I can put in it. Mummy Pig: Good, but don’t tell me. Peppa Pig: I won’t tell you or George or Daddy. It’s a secret. Peppa Pig: George, this is my secret box. It’s empty. I have to find some things to put inside. Narrator: George wants to help Peppa. Peppa Pig: No, George. Only I must know what’s in the box. Peppa Pig: You have to wait outside while I choose. Narrator: Peppa is going to choose some secret things to put in the box. Peppa Pig: Now my secret box is full. Peppa Pig: George, you must not look inside. Narrator: George would like to know what is inside Peppa’s secret box. Peppa Pig: If you like you can try to guess. George: Dinosaur. Narrator: George thinks Peppa has put a dinosaur in the box. Peppa Pig: Oh, George, you always say dinosaur for everything. Peppa Pig: Anyway, a dinosaur is too big to fit in the box. Narrator: George cannot guess what is in Peppa’s secret box. Narrator: Daddy Pig is cleaning a picture. Peppa Pig: Daddy, this is my secret box. Mummy made it for me. Daddy Pig: It’s very nice, Peppa. What’s inside? Peppa Pig: It’s a secret. George tried to guess but he didn’t get it right. Daddy Pig: Can I have a try? Peppa Pig: Yes. Daddy Pig: Hmm, have you put my glasses inside? Peppa Pig: No. Your glasses are on your head. Daddy Pig: So they are. Peppa Pig: Silly Daddy. You must have a proper guess. Daddy Pig: OK. Have you put Mummy’s shoes in the box? Peppa Pig: Nope. And that’s all your guesses used up. Narrator: Peppa likes secrets. Peppa Pig: Mummy, no one knows what’s in my box. Peppa Pig: Oh, what has George got? Mummy Pig: I made a box for George too, and he’s filled it with secret things. And only George knows what’s inside. Peppa Pig: Oh. Narrator: Peppa would like to know what is inside George’s box. Peppa Pig: It’s George’s toy dinosaur, of course. George: No. Narrator: George’s toy dinosaur is not in George’s box. Peppa Pig: It’s too difficult! I’ll never guess. Narrator: Peppa does not like secrets as much as she used to. Mummy Pig: Maybe if you show George one thing from your box, then he could show you one thing from his. Peppa Pig: OK. But we must do it at the same time. Daddy Pig: That’s a good idea. On the count of three you each show what’s in your boxes. Ready? Peppa Pig: Yes. Daddy Pig: One, two, three! Narrator: George has a drum. Narrator: And Peppa has a trumpet. Mummy Pig: Lovely! Daddy Pig: Yes, it sounds very nice. Daddy Pig: Do you have any more secret things? Narrator: George has a custard doughnut. Peppa Pig: Oh. Narrator: Peppa’s box is empty. Peppa Pig: I’ve got nothing else. Mummy Pig: Luckily, I have. Come on, tuck in. Narrator: George, Peppa, Mummy Pig and Daddy Pig all like custard doughnuts. Daddy Pig: I don’t have a special box. But I know a very good place to hide my custard doughnut. Can you guess where? Peppa Pig: Hmm, are you going to hide it in the fridge? Daddy Pig: No, somewhere much more special. My tummy. Daddy Pig: Mmm, delicious. Peppa Pig: I’m going to hide mine in my tummy. Mummy Pig: Me too. 32. Thunderstorm Narrator: It is a lovely sunny day. Peppa and George are having a picnic. Peppa Pig: Here’s some orange juice for you, Teddy. Peppa Pig: What do you say? Peppa Pig: (as Teddy) Thank you very much, Peppa. Peppa Pig: You’re very welcome, Teddy. Peppa Pig: Here’s some orange juice for you, Mr. Dinosaur. Peppa Pig: And what do you say? George: (as Mr. Dinosaur) Grrr. Peppa Pig: You’re very welcome, Mr. Dinosaur. Peppa Pig: Would Teddy or Mr. Dinosaur like a cookie? Peppa Pig: (as Teddy) We’re not very hungry, so Peppa and George can eat all the cookies. Peppa Pig: Thank you, Teddy. Narrator: What was that strange noise? Mummy Pig: Peppa, George, quick! Come inside the house. Peppa Pig: Mummy, there was a loud bang sound. Mummy Pig: It’s thunder, Peppa. It means there will be a thunderstorm with lots of rain. Mummy Pig: Quick, into the house before the rain starts. Daddy Pig: No need to panic. The rain is still a long way off. Narrator: The sky is getting darker and darker. There is going to be a thunderstorm. Mummy Pig: Peppa, George, did you bring all your toys in from the garden? George: Dinosaur. Mummy Pig: Good, Mr. Dinosaur is safe. Peppa Pig: Teddy! I left Teddy in the garden! He’ll get wet! Daddy Pig: Don’t worry, Peppa. Daddy Pig will rescue Teddy. Mummy Pig: You’d better hurry, Daddy Pig. It’s just about to rain. Daddy Pig: I know all about thunderstorms. It won’t rain for ages. Daddy Pig: As I thought. Plenty of time before it rains. Peppa Pig: Poor Teddy. He’s soaking wet. Mummy Pig: Yes, poor Teddy. Let’s get him dry. Peppa Pig: Poor Teddy. Mummy Pig: There you are, Teddy. All dry. Daddy Pig: Achoo! What about poor Daddy? I’m soaking wet too. Mummy Pig: Oh, sorry, Daddy Pig. Let’s get you dry. Mummy Pig: There you are, Daddy Pig. Nice and dry. Daddy Pig: Oh. Peppa Pig: The rain is coming in the house. Peppa Pig: The floor is getting wet. Mummy Pig: Oh, dear. What can we do, Daddy Pig? Daddy Pig: Don’t worry. Narrator: Daddy Pig is using a bucket to catch the drips. Mummy Pig: Well done, Daddy Pig. Daddy Pig: Easy as pie. Daddy Pig: What? Mummy Pig: Quick! Find something else to catch the water. Daddy Pig: Well done, Peppa. Peppa Pig: Easy as pie. Peppa Pig: Mummy, the thunderbangs are very loud. Daddy Pig: It’s okay, children. Don’t be frightened. Mummy Pig: Let’s count between each flash and bang. Daddy Pig: The higher we can count, the further away the thunderstorm is. Mummy Pig: One, two, three... Daddy Pig: That’s three. Daddy Pig, Mummy Pig, Peppa Pig, George: One, two, three, four, five... Daddy Pig: That’s five! The thunderstorm is going away. Mummy Pig: The thunderstorm is over. Daddy Pig, Mummy Pig, Peppa Pig, George: Hurrah! Narrator: The thunderstorm has filled the garden with muddy puddles. Narrator: Peppa loves jumping up and down in muddy puddles. Narrator: Everyone loves jumping up and down in muddy puddles. Peppa Pig: I love thunderstorms. They make muddy puddles. Peppa Pig: Splish, splash, splosh, splosh. 33. Piggy in the Middle Narrator: George is playing with his ball in the garden. Narrator: Peppa wants to play, too. Peppa Pig: George, you’re doing it all wrong. Peppa Pig: This is how to catch a ball. Peppa Pig: Not like this. Peppa Pig: That’s what you do. Narrator: What a cheeky little one Peppa is. Peppa Pig: George, come back, you little piggy. Narrator: Maybe Peppa is teasing George just a bit too much. Mummy Pig: Peppa, have you been teasing George? Peppa Pig: Not really, Mummy. I was teaching him how to catch. Mummy Pig: Really? Well I know a game that will teach George how to catch. It’s called Piggy in the Middle. Mummy Pig: Peppa, you take the ball and stand over there. And George, you stand over there. Mummy Pig: Good. You have to throw the ball to each other, and I have to try and catch it. I’m the piggy in the middle. Peppa Pig: Mummy is the piggy in the middle. Peppa Pig: Catch, George. Mummy Pig: Oh, missed it. Narrator: George has caught the ball. Mummy Pig and Peppa Pig: Hurrah! Mummy Pig: Well done, George. Now you throw the ball to Peppa. Mummy Pig: Oop, try again. Mummy Pig: Oh, try again. Narrator: George cannot throw the ball past Mummy Pig. Peppa Pig: Come on, George. Give the ball to me. Peppa Pig: Silly George. I can do that too. Narrator: Peppa wanted to copy George, but she’s too big and has got stuck. Mummy Pig: I’ve got the ball. Peppa, now it’s your turn to be piggy. Mummy Pig: George, catch. Mummy Pig and Peppa Pig: Hurrah! Peppa Pig: Caught it. George, you’re the piggy. Peppa Pig: George, catch. Mummy Pig: Catch the ball, George. Peppa Pig: Catch, George. Mummy Pig: George, catch. Peppa Pig: Here’s the ball, George. Peppa Pig: Whee! Mummy Pig: Oh, dear. Peppa, you shouldn’t tease George like that. Peppa Pig: Sorry, George. Daddy Pig: What’s all the noise? Peppa Pig: Daddy, George is too little to play Piggy in the Middle. Daddy Pig: Oh, I’m sure he’s big enough. Peppa Pig: No, he isn’t, Daddy. Watch. Daddy Pig: Catch it, George. Daddy Pig and Mummy Pig: Hurrah! Peppa Pig: That’s not fair. Daddy Pig: Yes it is. I just gave George a helping hand. Peppa Pig: Mummy, can I have a helping hand? Mummy Pig: Of course you can, Peppa. Peppa Pig: To me, George! Peppa Pig: Catch, George. Narrator: Peppa loves catching the ball. Narrator: George loves catching the ball. Narrator: Everyone loves catching the ball. 34. Fancy Dress Party Narrator: Peppa and George are having a fancy dress party. All their friends are invited. Peppa is dressed as a fairy princess. And George is dressed as a dinosaur. George: Grrr, dinosaur. Narrator: Here are Peppa’s friends, Candy Cat, Suzy Sheep, Danny Dog, Rebecca Rabbit, and Pedro Pony. Narrator: Suzy is wearing her nurse’s costume. Daddy Pig: Hello, Suzy. Suzy Sheep: Hello, Mr. Pig. Daddy Pig: I’m glad the nurse has arrived. Have you just come from the hospital? Suzy Sheep: I’m not a real nurse. It’s just pretend. Daddy Pig: Very good. My my, who have we here? Danny Dog: I’m a pirate. Shiver me timbers. Candy Cat: I’m a witch. I can turn you into a frog. Pedro Pony: I’m a clown. Daddy Pig: That’s funny. Daddy Pig: What are you, Rebecca Rabbit? Rebecca Rabbit: I’m a carrot. Daddy Pig: Fantastic. Come in. There’s a fairy princess and a dinosaur waiting to meet you. Peppa Pig: Hello, everyone. Suzy Sheep, Danny Dog, Candy Cat, Pedro Pony, Rebecca Rabbit: Hello, Peppa. Peppa Pig: Hello, Suzy. I’m princess Peppa. You must bow when you speak to me. Suzy Sheep: Hello, your majesty. I’m nurse Suzy. Open wide and say, “Aah.” Peppa Pig: Aah. Pedro Pony: I’m a clown. Rebecca Rabbit: Do something funny. Danny Dog: Rebecca, why are you dressed as a carrot? Rebecca Rabbit: I like carrots. George: Grrr, dinosaur. Danny Dog: A scary dinosaur. Narrator: Peppa is admiring herself in the mirror. Peppa Pig: Mirror, mirror on the wall, who’s the fairest of them all? Peppa Pig: (as the mirror) You are, Peppa. Candy Cat: Hello, Peppa. Peppa Pig: Hello. I’m a little fairy princess. Candy Cat: I’m a witch. And I’ve got a magic wand. Peppa Pig: I’ve got a magic wand too. Candy Cat: I can turn you into a frog. Peppa Pig: And I’ll turn you into a frog. George: Dinosaur. Grrr. Narrator: Oh, dear. George is scared of his own reflection. Mummy Pig: Oh, silly George. Look, it’s you in the mirror. George: Grrr. Mummy Pig: Children, it’s time to decide who has the best fancy dress costume. Daddy Pig: We need a judge. The Children: Me, me! Daddy Pig: As it’s Peppa’s party, maybe she should be the judge. Peppa Pig: I’m the judge, I’m the judge. Peppa Pig: Daddy, what is a judge? Daddy Pig: The judge decides who has the best costume. Peppa Pig: Oh, goody! Narrator: Peppa is going to choose who has the best costume. Peppa Pig: Suzy, can I see your costume, please? Suzy Sheep: I’m nurse Suzy. I make people better. Peppa Pig: Very good, nurse Suzy. Peppa Pig: Now Danny. Danny Dog: I’m a pirate. Shiver me timbers. Peppa Pig: Now Candy. Candy Cat: I’m a witch. I can turn you into a frog. Peppa Pig: Well, I’m a fairy princess, and I can turn you into a frog. Mummy Pig: Children, children. Peppa Pig: Sorry, Mummy. Mummy Pig: Who’s next? Pedro Pony: I’m a clown. Peppa Pig: That’s funny. Peppa Pig: And Rebecca. Rebecca Rabbit: I’m a carrot. Peppa Pig: Lovely. Peppa Pig: And my little brother George is a scary dinosaur. George: Grrr. Peppa Pig: Everyone’s costume is very good. The Children: Hurrah! Mummy Pig: Now you say who the winner is. Peppa Pig: Oh, yes. Ahem. And the winner is...me! Mummy Pig: Peppa, you can’t pick yourself. You’re the judge. Peppa Pig: Oh, can’t I? Mummy Pig: You have to pick another winner. Peppa Pig: Okay. The carrot wins. The Children: Hurrah! Rebecca Rabbit: Thank you. Narrator: Peppa loves fancy dress parties. Narrator: Everyone loves fancy dress parties. 35. Very Hot Day Narrator: The sun is shining. It is a very hot day. Mummy Pig: What a lovely hot day. Narrator: Peppa and George are wearing their boots. They’re going to jump in muddy puddles. Peppa Pig: I love muddy puddles. Peppa Pig: Oh. Narrator: Oh, dear. The sun is so hot that the puddles have dried up. Peppa Pig: Mummy, Daddy, the puddles are all dry. We can’t jump in them. Mummy Pig: Never mind, Peppa. It’s so sunny you can play in the paddling pool instead. Peppa Pig: Yes, the paddling pool! Mummy Pig: First, you have to change into your swimming costumes. Peppa Pig: Yes, Mummy. Narrator: Peppa and George are wearing their swimming costumes. Mummy Pig is wearing her swimming costume. And Daddy Pig is wearing his swimming costume. Mummy Pig: Because it’s so hot, you need sun cream. Peppa Pig: Yuck! It’s all oily and yucky. George: Yuck. Daddy Pig: What a fuss about nothing. Mummy Pig: Yes, we all need sun cream today. Daddy Pig: Oh. Daddy Pig: Come on, George. Let’s get some air into this paddling pool. Narrator: Daddy Pig is pumping up the paddling pool. Daddy Pig: Easy as pie. Narrator: Peppa holds the hose, and Mummy Pig turns on the water. Peppa Pig: Where’s the water? Narrator: Peppa and George love their paddling pool. Miss Rabbit: Ice cream! Ice cream! Peppa Pig: Miss Rabbit, the ice cream lady! Miss Rabbit: Ice cream! Narrator: On very hot days Miss Rabbit sells ice cream. Peppa Pig: Mummy, Daddy, can George and I have an ice cream please? Mummy Pig: Oh well, I suppose it is an especially hot day. Peppa Pig: Hurrah! Daddy Pig: Please can I have one as well? Narrator: Everyone likes ice cream. Miss Rabbit: Hello Mummy Pig, Peppa and George. Mummy Pig: Hello, Miss Rabbit. Miss Rabbit: What ice creams would you like? Peppa Pig: Can I have a cone please, Miss Rabbit? Miss Rabbit: Of course you may, Peppa. Peppa Pig: Thank you. Mummy Pig: The same for me and one for Daddy Pig, please. Miss Rabbit: And what would young Mr. George like? George: Dinosaur. Miss Rabbit: A dinosaur? Peppa Pig: Silly George. He always says dinosaur for everything. Miss Rabbit: Well, it just so happens that I do have a dinosaur shaped ice lolly. George: Dinosaur, grrr. Mummy Pig: George, you should eat your ice lolly before it melts. George: Dinosaur. Narrator: George loves his dinosaur ice lolly so much he doesn’t want to eat it. Mummy Pig: Thank you, Miss Rabbit. Miss Rabbit: Enjoy the weather. Mummy Pig: George, I really think you should eat your ice lolly before it melts and...falls on the ground. Narrator: Oh, dear. George’s dinosaur ice lolly has melted and fallen on the ground. Mummy Pig: Never mind, George. You can share Daddy’s ice cream. I’m sure he won’t mind. Narrator: It is so warm Daddy Pig has fallen asleep. Mummy Pig: Daddy Pig does look hot. Peppa Pig: Let’s tip water on Daddy to cool him down. Mummy Pig: Good idea, Peppa. Daddy Pig: What happened? Mummy Pig: You were all red and hot, Daddy Pig. Peppa Pig: So we tipped water on you. Daddy Pig: Oh, I see. Thank you, Peppa. Peppa Pig: Look! The puddles are back. Peppa Pig: Quick, George! Let’s get our boots. Narrator: Peppa and George are wearing their boots. Narrator: Peppa and George love the hot day, but most of all they love jumping up and down in puddles. 36. Mister Skinnylegs Narrator: Peppa is playing with her doll’s house. George is playing too. Narrator: Peppa is making a tea party for the doll family. Peppa Pig: Here, George. I’m the mummy and daddy. You can be the children. Peppa Pig: (as mummy doll): Children, it’s nearly tea time, so you must wash your hands. Narrator: George is putting the dolls to bed. George: Night-night. Peppa Pig: George, why are you putting the children to bed? They’re having a tea party. Narrator: George likes putting the dolls to bed. Peppa Pig: (as mummy doll) Children, come downstairs right now, or you won’t get any cake. Narrator: George isn’t listening. He’s too busy putting the dolls to bed. Peppa Pig: George, if you want to play with my doll’s house, you have to help with the tea party. Peppa Pig: Here, George. You can fill the teapot with water. Peppa Pig: (as mummy doll) Children, come downstairs right now. Peppa Pig: (as the children dolls) Mummy, we’re coming. Narrator: George is going to fill the teapot with water. George: Oo. Narrator: George has found a spider in the sink. Narrator: George wants the spider to be his friend. George: Oh. Narrator: George likes the spider. Narrator: The spider likes George. Narrator: Peppa loves playing tea parties. Peppa Pig: (as mummy doll) Where are all the chocolate biscuits, Daddy? We had lots yesterday. Peppa Pig: (as daddy doll) Oh, I’m sorry, Mummy. I must have eaten them all. Ho, ho, ho. Peppa Pig: (as mummy doll) Naughty Daddy. Narrator: George is putting the spider to bed. George: Night-night. Peppa Pig: George, what are you doing? Peppa Pig: You have to help me with the tea party. Peppa Pig: Help! Help! Peppa Pig: Daddy, there’s a spider in my bedroom. Daddy Pig: Don’t worry, Peppa. Peppa Pig: Please, Daddy. Take it away. Daddy Pig: No need to panic. Daddy Pig: Hello, George. Have you seen the spider? Peppa Pig: It’s too scary. Take it away. Daddy Pig: There’s no need to be afraid, Peppa. Spiders are very very small and they can’t hurt you. But don’t worry. Daddy will take it out of the bedroom. Daddy Pig: Whoa! He’s quite big, isn’t he? Daddy Pig: Um, I’ll just fetch Mummy Pig. Daddy Pig: Mummy Pig! Peppa Pig: Hello, Mr. Skinnylegs. Narrator: Peppa feels a little bit braver. Peppa Pig: He likes being in my doll’s house. Mummy Pig: Hello, children. I hear you found a little spider. I’ll take him out of the bedroom so you two can play. Peppa Pig: Mummy, his name is Mr. Skinnylegs. Mummy Pig: Mr. Skinnylegs is big, isn’t he? Narrator: Peppa and George like the spider. George: Night-night. Narrator: George is putting the spider to bed. Peppa Pig: No, George. He wants some tea. He doesn’t want to be in bed. Peppa Pig: Are you hungry, Mr. Skinnylegs? Would you like some cake? Narrator: Peppa isn’t afraid of the spider anymore. Peppa Pig: Mummy, Daddy, sit down. We are all going to have tea with Mr. Skinnylegs. Peppa Pig: Who wants tea? Mummy Pig: Me, please. Daddy Pig: Me, please. Daddy Pig: Delicious. Narrator: Peppa loves playing tea parties. Peppa Pig: Here’s your tea, Mr. Skinnylegs. Peppa Pig: What’s that? You want to say hello to my daddy? Peppa Pig: (as Mr. Skinnylegs) Hello, Mr. Daddy Pig. Daddy Pig: That’s all right, Peppa. Let Mr. Skinnylegs drink his tea. Peppa Pig: You’re not scared, are you, Daddy? Daddy Pig: No, of course not. Daddy Pig: Whoa! Not so close. Daddy Pig: Whoa! Narrator: Peppa likes Mr. Skinnylegs. Narrator: Everyone likes Mr. Skinnylegs.
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정리해야 할 인간관계(feat. 인연정리) 인연은 소중하다. 그 인연을 통해서 우리는 성장한다. 내가 물에 빠질때 누군가가 내 손을 잡아주기도하고 누군가가 배고파할때 나의 빵을 건네주기도 한다. 그렇게 우리는 홀로 살아갈수가 없다. 그래서 인연을 소중히 여겨야 한다. 사람을 존중할줄 알아야 한다. 그러나 요즘 이런 생각들이 들곤 한다. 인연이 소중한 것은 맞겠지만 나에게 고통을 주는 악연이 지속된다면 한번정도는 깊이 고민해 봐야 할 것이다. 많은 사람의 고민을 듣다보면 어느순간 이런 말을 한다. " 아닌 것은 아닙니다." "인연이 다 했으면 멈춰야 합니다." " 더이상 상대에게 고통을 주지 마세요." " 복수는 자신마저 망치게 됩니다." " 이제 할만큼 했으니 멈추세요." " 그건 집착입니다 " " 더이상 호구가 되지 마세요." 인간관계는 참 어렵습니다. 특히 부모 자식관계 고부,연인,친구,부부관계 내 맘대로 끊을수도 없을 겁니다. 해로운 관계는 거리를 두거나 단호하게 끊어야 하는 경우도 있습니다. 인연을 정리해야 할 8가지 신호 1. 욕설 폭력 이 사람이 제 아무리 학식이 풍부하고 나에게 이득을 주는 사람일지라도 인간에 대한 소통조차 모르는 바보입니다. 자신조차 막 대하는 어리석은 사람입니다. 이들과의 인연은 유익함이 없습니다. 한번 욱하는 마음에 욕을 했다고해서 그 사람을 매도해서는 안되겠구요. 상대를 헤치려는 분노의 마음을 갖고 습관적으로 입으로 쓰레기를 배출하는 이들은 상대할 가치가 없습니다. 폭력은 두말하면 잔소리입니다. 2. 나를 물건으로 존중하는 사람 사람의 관계는 냉정하게 말하면 비지니스 관계일지도 모릅니다. 다만 나의 겉모양만 보고 좋아하는 사람들이 있습니다. 내가 가진 돈을 좋아하거나 내 명예를 이용해서 승진하려하거나 나의 외모만을 좋아해서 내 곁에 있는 하이에나 같은 존재들이 있습니다. 내가 가진 외적인 것이 사라지면 그 사람은 당신을 떠나게 될 것입니다. 3. 나에게 끊임없이 집착하는 사람 사랑이라는 탈을 쓴 집착꾼입니다. 집착은 자신과 타인을 파괴시킵니다. 멈출수가 없습니다. 집착은 상대에 대한 사랑과 존중이 아닌 소유하려는 이기적인 욕망일 뿐입니다. 배고픈 돼지가 음식을 탐하듯 말입니다. 4. 도둑질 하는 사람 도둑질의 섬세한 의미는 주지 않는 것을 받으려고 하는 마음을 말합니다. 즉 욕심이 많은 사람은 조심해야 합니다. 그 욕망은 불과 같습니다. 모든 것을 다 태워버리고 잿더미가 될때까지 활활 타오르게 될 것입니다. 그들이 당장 나에게 금전적인 이득을 주고 매력적인 사람으로 비춰질수도 있지만 적법한 방법으로 돈을 벌지 않는 사람은 틀림없이 인연을 정리해야 합니다. 당신은 처음에는 방관자가 되지만 서서히 유혹에 걸려들어 공범이 될 것입니다. 5. 사람을 깔보는 사람 요즘 갑질하는 사람들 많죠? 성질 없는 사람들은 없을 겁니다. 다만 사람을 함부로 대하면 안됩니다. 당신은 이렇게 생각할지 모릅니다. 저 사람이 내게 함부로 대하지 않으니까 인연을 맺어도 상관없지 않겠어요? 아닙니다. 지금은 당신을 조심하고 있을지 모르지만 조금만 친해지거나 당신이 약해졌을때 성난사자처럼 당신을 헐뜯게 될 것입니다. 약자를 대할때의 모습이 본모습입니다. 6. 당신의 호의가 독이 되는 경우 독사가 물을 마시면 독이 됩니다. 목마른 사람의 물은 생명수와 같습니다. 당신의 선한 마음은 매우 아름답습니다. 다만 당신의 그 노력이 상대방의 악행을 야기시키고 범죄를 일으키고 상대방의 나태함의 원인이 된다면 당신의 존재는 그나 그녀에게 전혀 도움이 되지 않습니다. 인연은 최소한 서로에게 유익함을 가져다주거나 이어갈만한 이유가 있을때 비로소 빛을 발하게 됩니다. 서로를 어둡게 하는 경우는 의미가 없습니다. 당신의 희생이 어두워진 상대방에게 밝음과 희망을 준다면 멋진 일입니다. 그럴 자신이 없거나 그럴수가 없다면 멈출 필요도 있습니다. 7. 거짓말을 자주 하는 사람 (+이간질 뒷담화) 때론 선의의 거짓말도 있습니다. 상황에 따라 그럴수도 있습니다. 이 거짓말은 상대방을 속이고 자신의 이익을 취하기 위한 악의적인 마음씨를 말 합니다. 거짓말은 심리 도둑질입니다. 도둑놈과 함께 살수는 없잖아요? 다만 거짓말을 하게끔 사람을 쥐잡듯이 잡고 의심하고 괴롭히는 사람이 있다면 둘다 똑같은 사람입니다. 더이상 인연이 유지될수가 없습니다. 한번의 거짓말은 악행의 씨앗이 됩니다. 8. 정신적 성장을 추구하지 않는 사람 우리가 이 세상을 살아가는 주요한 목표는 자아성찰입니다. 삶 속에서 행복을 경험하고 내가 왜 살아가는지? 어떻게 살아가야 할지 알아야 합니다. 우리의 몸은 늙어서 병들어 죽겠지만 우리의 정신은 나이가 들수록 환한 보석처럼 빛을 발할 것입니다. 욕망이라는 쾌락바다에 빠져서 분노라는 불덩이에 빠져서 어리석음이라는 어둠에 갇혀서 살아가는 사람과의 인연은 나를 밝혀주기는 커녕 나를 어둠으로 끌고갈수밖에 없습니다. 내가 미리서 잡고 있던 인연의 밧줄을 놓아주는게 맞습니다. 위의 내용은 결코 정답도 아니고 그렇게 해야 할 당위성은 없습니다. 제가 이런 8가지 유형의 사람이 되지 않았으면 하는 마음과 그렇게 사는 사람들을 더러 만나면서 잠시 생각나는대로 적어봤습니다. 예전에 이와 비슷한 강의를 한적이 있었네요. 시간이 되면 오늘 작성한 내용을 바탕으로 유튜브 영상으로 만들어보겠습니다. https://youtu.be/anI1BIlUdJo 진짜마음 가짜마음 저서 안내 http://blog.naver.com/kungfu9/220496075309 글 : 김영국 행복명상센터
우리나라 최초의 토박이말 중심 마을학교 문 열다
진주시(시장 조규일)와 진주교육지원청(교육장 허인수)이 함께하는 진주행복교육지구, 진주신진초등학교(교장 곽상윤), 진주와이엠시에이(이사장 윤현중), 한살림 진주지부(지부장 정혜진)이 돕고 사단법인 토박이말바라기(으뜸빛 강병환)가 꾸리는 들말마을배곳 알음알이 잔치가 열렸다. 들여름달 스무여드렛날(5월 28일) 4시 한살림 진주지부 활동실에서 자리를 빛내주러 온 신진초등학교 곽상윤 교장과 김춘애 교감의 북돋움 말씀을 비롯해서 마을배곳 갈침이(교사) 알려주기에 이어 코끼리코 놀이를 하면서 시나브로 서로를 알아가도록 하였다. 이어진 맞다 틀리다 놀이를 하면서 토박이말 놀배움 맛을 보여 주었으며 저마다 마음에 토박이말 씨앗을 심기를 바라는 뜻에서 옥수수 씨앗을 심으며 알음알이 잔치를 마무리하였다. 집으로 돌아가는 길 아이들 손에는 한가득 손씻이(선물)가 담긴 주머니가 쥐어졌다. 주머니 속에는 빛무리(코로나) 19를 이기는 데 도움을 줄 손가심물(손세정제) 뿌리개와 저마다 의 빛깔을 내길 바라는 뜻에서 만든 무지개떡, 토박이말 달력, 한살림에서 토박이말을 잘 살린 하늘바다새우 주전부리 한 봉지, 토박이말 붙임딱지까지 들어 있었다. 우리나라 최초의 토박이말 중심 마을학교인 들말마을배곳에서는 앞으로 토박이말을 바탕으로 여러 가지 수로 즐겁게 노는 ‘토박이말 놀ㆍ배ㆍ즐(놀자 배우자 즐기자)과 저마다 좋아하거나 하고 싶은 소리꽃(밴드), 멋글씨(캘리그래프), 재미그림(만화), 움직그림(동영상), 춤 솜씨를 갈고 닦는 ’토박이말 꾀ㆍ꿈ㆍ끼(내자 가꾸자 부리자)‘를 하면서 토박이말 사랑을 키워 갈 것이다.