On my first job, I worked a __1___ a sports editor for a small newspaper. I never got a letter from my readers, so I was s __2___ that there was an envelope(信封) on my desk one morning. From the envelope, I could see it was from a most popular newspaper.
When I opened it, I found a note and it read, "You did a good job. Go on!"
The note was signed by Mr. John, a famous sports editor. As I was a g __3___ hand, his words made me excited. After that, I kept the note in my desk drawer. Whenever I d __4___ whether I had the ability to be a good editor, I would read John's note and become confident again.
Later, when I made friends with Mr. John, the note writer, I learned that he often wrote notes to e __5___ young people in many fields. "When I make o __6___ feel happy," he told me, “I feel happy, too.”
H __7___ , why are there few note writers like John in our life? In my opinion, many people are afraid that they cannot be well understood. Also, writing t __8___ more time and it is e __9___ to pick up the phone. The problem with phone is that they cannot last a long time, but a note is a good way of record and our words can be r __10___ more than once.
So, when you find people around you need help, please write a note of encouragement to bring them more confidence. Maybe, you are not sure what will happen, but remember Mr. John's words--making others feel happy makes you happy, too.
3.句意：由于我是一名新手，他的话让我倍感兴奋。a green hand新手的意思。
4.句意：每当我怀疑我是否有成为一个好编辑的能力时。由下句I would read John's note and become confident again.我就会读约翰先生的便条，使我重树信心。可以推测作者对自己不自信，怀疑自己的能力。故答案填doubted。