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At least let some of them into your lives. Giving lifts the heart in a way that getting never can. Maybe it really was Oscar Wilde who said: ;No one ever died, saying if only I had one more day at the office.;至少要让其中的一部分理想融入你们的生活。给予可以提升心灵,而索取在某种程度上永远不可能做到。或许真的像奥斯卡·王尔德所说的那样:“渴望再多工作一天的人就不会死去。”One small but shocking sentence: each year three million children die in Africa from preventable disease or conflict.有一句虽简短却很震撼的话:非洲每天有300万儿童死于可预防性疾病和暴力冲突。The key word? Preventable.关键词是什么呢?是“可预防的”。When all is said and done, there is usually more said than done.当谈及言出必行时,人们通常都是说得多做得少。Be a doer not a commentator. Seek responsibility rather than shirk it. People often ask me about leadership, I say: leadership is about wanting the responsibility to be on your shoulders, not ignoring its weight but knowing someone has to carry it and, reaching out for that person to be you. Leaders are heat-seekers not heat-deflectors.要做一个实干家而不是家。要勇于承担责任,不要逃避退缩。人们经常问我关于领导力的事情,我说,领导力就是想要肩负责任,而不是忽视责任之重;领导力就是知道必须有人站出来承担责任,而且要努力成为那个人。领导者是勇于承担责任而非逃避责任的人。And luck?那运气呢?You have all the luck you need. You are here, at Yale, and what - apart from the hats - could be better?你们具备成功所需的一切运气。你们在耶鲁学习生活——还有什么比拥有耶鲁大学的桂冠更幸运的呢?You have something else: your parents.你们还拥有其他的,比如你们的父母。When you are your age, you can never imagine being our age. But believe me, when youre our age we remember clearly being your age. Thats why I am so careful about young men and my daughter, ;Dont tell me what youre thinking. I know what youre thinking.;你们在这个年龄的时候很难想象我们这个年龄的人的状况。但请相信我,当你们像我这么大时,我还能清楚记得我们在你们这个年龄所经历的事情。这就是我如此关心年轻人和我的女儿的原因,“不要告诉我你们在想什么,我知道你们在想什么。” /201212/217707I am nearly finished. I have one last hope for you, which is something that I aly had at 21. The friends with whom I sat on graduation day have been my friends for life. They are my childrens godparents, the people to whom Ive been able to turn in times of trouble, people who have been kind enough not to sue me when Ive took their names for Death Eaters. At our graduation we were bound by enormous affection, by our shared experience of a time that could never come again, and, of course, by the knowledge that we held certain photographic evidence that would be exceptionally valuable if any of us ran for Prime Minister.我的演讲即将结束。对你们,我有最后一个希望,也是我21岁时就有的一个希望。毕业那天与我坐在一起的朋友们现在是我终身的挚交,他们是我孩子的教父或教母,是我处于困境时可以求助的人,是在我用他们的名字给《哈利·波特》中的“食死徒”起名而不会起诉我的人。我们在毕业典礼时坐在了一起,因为我们关系亲密,因为我们共同分享了那永远都不能重来的时光。当然,也因为假想要是我们中的任何人竞选首相,那照片将是极有价值的明。So today, I can wish you nothing better than similar friendships. And tomorrow, I hope that even if you remember not a single word of mine, you remember those of Seneca, another of those old Romans I met when I fled down the Classics corridor, in retreat from career ladders, in search of ancient wisdom:所以今天我能送给你们的最好的祝福,就是希望你们能拥有这样的友谊。我希望,即使明天你们不记得我说过的任何一个字,你们还能记得古罗马哲学家塞内加的一句至理明言。我当年没有顺着事业的阶梯向上攀爬,转而与他在古典文学的殿堂相遇,他的古老智慧给了我人生的启迪:As is a tale, so is life: not how long it is, but how good it is, is what matters.生活就像故事一样,不在于长短,而在于品质,这才是最重要的。I wish you all very good lives.祝愿你们拥有美好的生活。Thank you very much.非常感谢大家。201402/275378Madam chair by virtue of the authority vested in me by New York University主席夫人 请允许我使用纽约大学授予我的权力I am pleased to confer upon you the degree of doctor of commercial science, honoris causa荣幸地将商学荣誉士学位授予你Ladies and gentlemen, Im pleased to introduce女士们先生们 我很高兴为你们介绍Doctor, now NYU doctor, Janet Louise Yellen who will respond on behalf of the honorary degree recipience现在身为纽约大学士的珍妮特·露意丝·耶伦士下面将由她发表获得学位的感言Thank you, President Sexton谢谢塞克斯顿校长On behalf of the honorees, let me express my thanks to NYU作为荣誉学位获得者 请允许我感谢纽约大学And congratulations from all of us to you, the Class of 2014 and to your families, especially your parents并祝贺你们所有人 2014届毕业生也祝贺你们的家人 特别是父母This is a special day to celebrate your achievements and to look forward to your lives ahead在这个特殊的日子里 你们应当欢庆自己取得的成就并憧憬未来的生活Your NYU education has not only provided you with a foundation of knowledge我希望 你们在纽约大学接受的教育不仅为你们打下了坚实的知识基础it has also, I hope, instilled in you a love of knowledge and an enduring curiosity还让你们学会了热爱知识并保持好奇心201504/369886

无论老天赋予你什么样的天赋,或者给让你经历什么样的苦难,都不要放弃做自己的机会,每一个人都是不一样的,相信自己。My name is Olive.我的名字是奥利弗Due to a rare congenital condition,I have very small hands.由于一种罕见的先天因素,我的两只手非常的小As a youngster, I used anything to hide my hands from you.青少年时期,在人前我总是把双手藏起来Tenpin bowling was impossible.打保龄球是不可能的Piano lessons were utterly humiliating.上钢琴课也非常的丢人After a dance, a girl once like the experience to holding the paw of a weasel.舞会后,女孩感觉是握着黄鼠狼的爪子When I had decided to put an end to myself,my finger didnt reach the trigger.就连当我决定结束自己生命的时候,我的手指都够不到扳机So I prayed for a purposive life.所以我祈祷能得到一个有意义的人生Suddenly,I was overcome with an urge to sew.突然之间,我禁不住想要缝东西My stitches were so small and undetected.我的针脚如此的小以至于察觉不到They will go unnoticed to the untrained.以至于人们都看不到瑕疵Soon ,my new-found became famous across the land.不久我的这项新技能就让我家喻户晓了Girls liked me.女孩们开始喜欢我了And it wasnt long before the makers of the worlds finest clothes offered me a position in their workshop.不久之后世界上最顶级的裁缝们也在他们的工作室里为我留了一个位子I’ve been hired here for ten years this August.到今年八月份,我已经被这个工作室雇佣十年了Here Im not treated as a freak,but as a hero.在这里,我不是被当成一个怪物,而是一个英雄And no longer do I feel cursed,I feel blessed.我也不再觉得自己是被诅咒的,相反,我觉得我是被神祝福的201305/241697

I went a few years ago to a conference, and on Friday of the three-day conference,几年前我去参加一个学术会议,连开三天,第一天是周五one of the participants took me aside, and she said,一个与会者把我叫到一边,她说;I suffer from depression and Im a little embarrassed about it,“我有抑郁症,我为此有点难为情but Ive been taking this medication, and I just wanted to ask you what you think?;而且我一直在吃某种药物,我只是想问问看你的意见?”And so I did my best to give her such advice as I could.我但是尽我所能给了一些建议And then she said, ;You know, my husband would never understand this.之后她说,“其实,我的丈夫并不知道这件事情Hes really the kind of guy to whom this wouldnt make any sense, so I just, you know, its just between us.;他是那种无法理解这种事情的人。所以,嗯,我们的谈话能否保密。”And I said, ;Yes, thats fine.;我说, “好,没有问题。”On Sunday of the same conference, her husband took me aside,周日开会的时候,她的丈夫把我叫到了一边and he said, ;My wife wouldnt think that I was really much of a guy if she knew this,对我说, “我的妻子并不知道我跟她了解的那个我之间的不同but Ive been dealing with this depression and Im taking some medication,我有抑郁症,有一段时间了。我现在需要吃一些药物维持and I wondered what you think?;我想听听你的看法?”They were hiding the same medication in two different places in the same bedroom.他们两个人用同一种药物,并且将药物藏在同一个卧室的不同的地方And I said that I thought于是我对他说communication within the marriage might be triggering some of their problems.我觉得婚姻内部的沟通问题可能是他抑郁的原因之一But I was also struck by the burdensome nature of such mutual secrecy.让我感到震惊的是人们想要保守这样的秘密,并因此成熟的沉重负担Depression is so exhausting.抑郁让人精疲力尽It takes up so much of your time and energy, and silence about it,它会消耗掉你几乎全部的时间和精力,而对此保持沉默it really does make the depression worse.只会让抑郁的症状变得更加严重And then I began thinking about all the ways people make themselves better.我开始考虑所有可能的途径帮助抑郁的人们变得好一些Id started off as a medical conservative.我在治疗方法上,一开始是很保守的I thought there were a few kinds of therapy that worked, it was clear what they were我觉得只有少数几种疗法是有效的,就那么几种——there was medication, there were certain psychotherapies,药物治疗,几类特定的精神疗法there was possibly electroconvulsive treatment, and that everything else was nonsense.电休克疗法有时候有效果,其它所有的方法都是扯淡But then I discovered something.但是后来我的看法变了If you have brain cancer,如果你的脑子里长了肿瘤and you say that standing on your head for 20 minutes every morning makes you feel better,然后你觉得自己每天早晨倒立20分钟会让自己感觉好一些it may make you feel better,或许让你自己感觉好一些but you still have brain cancer, and youll still probably die from it.但是你的脑瘤还在那里,你还是可能因此死去But if you say that you have depression,但是如果你患上了抑郁and standing on your head for 20 minutes every day makes you feel better, then its worked,然后你觉因为每天倒立20分钟感觉好一些,那是有一定效果的because depression is an illness of how you feel,因为抑郁是你的感觉和情绪出了问题and if you feel better, then you are effectively not depressed anymore.如果你感觉好一些了,那么你的抑郁就会少一些So I became much more tolerant of the vast world of alternative treatments.所以我现在变得非常的宽容,各种奇怪的偏门疗法我都能接受了And I get letters, I get hundreds of letters from people writing to tell me about whats worked for them.我收到了成百上千的邮件,人们写信跟我分享他们使用的治疗方法Someone was asking me backstage today about meditation.就在刚才还有人在幕后问我关于药物治疗的事情My favorite of the letters that I got was the one that came from a woman有一封邮件提供的方法我很喜欢是一位女士写给我的who wrote and said that she had tried therapy,她尝试过心理疗法,不管用she had tried medication, she had tried pretty much everything,药物疗法,也不行,各种方法都尝试了,还是不行and she had found a solution and hoped I would tell the world,最后她自己发现了一个方法,她希望我告诉全世界and that was making little things from yarn.她认为最好的疗法是用纱线做一些小制品She sent me some of them.她还给我邮寄了一些And Im not wearing them right now.我现在没穿在身上I suggested to her that she also should look up obsessive compulsive disorder in the DSM.我建议她再去医院查查,看看有没有强迫症201602/426494

THE PRESIDENT: Hello. My name is Shelly Ortiz -- oh, wrong page. (Laughter.) I was just teasing. I knew I wasn’tShelly Ortiz. (Laughter.) Everybody give Shelly a big round of applausefor the great work. (Applause.) Thank you so much. Thanks for not only the introduction, but forthe beautiful that you made about your dad. Us dads, we get pretty touched by stuff likethat. And I am thrilled that all of youare with us for our first-ever White House Student Film Festival. And I know we’re running a little bitlate. It’s not because the projector wasnot working. It was because of me. But I appreciate all of you guys being hereand your patience. The Academy Awards are not untilSunday, but, as you can see, we’ve brought the Oscars to the White House alittle bit early. And I want to thankour partners: Fox, National Geographic,and the American Film Institute. We’vegot the red carpet, we’ve got the big screens, the opening monologue. The only difference is nobody asks what you’rewearing. (Laughter.) And we’ve got Bill Nye, theScience Guy -- (applause) -- and Neil deGrasse Tyson from the HaydenPlanetarium -- (applause) -- who might even give you a sneak peak of his newshow, COSMOS, if everybody behaves themselves. (Applause.) I saw the originalversion -- I’m a little older than all of you -- and it was spectacular andwonderful, and I know this is going to be not just as good but evenbetter. And so we’re thrilled withthat. And we’re putting on a big showhere because we’re honoring some remarkable filmmakers. I’ve said before, I believe, andI hope all of us believe, that every child in America deserves a world-classeducation -- especially in science and technology and engineering and math --because it’s skills like these that made us an economic superpower and builtour middle class. We also need folks whoare studying the arts because our film industry is a huge generator of jobs andeconomic power here in the ed States, and it tells us our story and helpsus to find what’s -- our common humanity. And it’s skills like these thatallowed NASA to announce the other day that we’ve discovered more than 700 newplanets. (Applause.) That’s cool. I mean, we didn’t make the planets, but we -- (laughter) -- we found outthat they were there. And one of theways that we deliver the best education in the world is by empowering ourstudents with the best technology in the world. To help inspire us, we invitedstudents from across the country to send their s about how their schoolsuse technology today, how they might use it in the future. So kids got their cameras out and went towork. And we received about 2,500 s-- 2,500. And we watched them all. I did not personally watch them all, but theWhite House watched them all.And today, the Oscar goes to --all of you. Because among all theincredible s we received, yours stood out.And in my official capacity as President,let me just say these movies are awesome. Like all great movies, yours do something special -- they tell astory. They help us understand, in thiscase, the amazing things that are going on in classrooms and how technology isempowering our students and broadening their imaginations and challenging themto dream bigger and reach further. Now, here is the spoileralert: There is some wonderful stuffgoing on out there. So even before youhave seen some of these films, you need to know that what these filmmakers havedisplayed is the incredible innovation and creativity of this generation comingup.You’ve got Gabrielle Nafie andMiles Pilchik from SciTech Kids in New York. (Applause.) They showed us thattheir class isn’t just dreaming about going into space, they’re actually goinginto space. They designed densityexperiments and used a 3-D printer to build tiny satellites to hold them. And then they actually launched a giantballoon that carried their satellites up to the edge of space -- very cool --MS. NAFIE: Thank you. (Laughter.)THE PRESIDENT: -- so they could collect the data. When I was in elementary school, I was notlaunching satellites into space.You’ve got Alex Emerson, whoshowed how his 8th grade class at Brookwood School in Massachusetts changed thedefinition of “pen-pals” by -chatting with students in Uganda. And one of the things they did wascollaborate on cook stoves that help families in rural areas cook safer andwith cleaner energy. And it doesn’t stop with what’spossible today. These s show howstudents are imagining the future -- classrooms that are fully accessible toclassmates with disabilities; individualized learning platforms that you cancarry around in your pocket. And that’sthe kind of creativity and imagination we want all our young people to embrace.We cannot wait to see more ofthat innovative spirit later this year when we host our first ever White HouseMaker Faire. (Applause.) We aly have a White House ScienceFair. This new event is going tohighlight how Americans young and old -— tinkerers and inventors —- areimagining and designing and building tools and machines that will open ourminds and power our economy.201502/358468

Hi, everybody. One of the things that makes America great is our passion for innovation – that spirit of discovery and entrepreneurship that helps us meet any challenge. One of the greatest challenges of our time is climate change. Over the last seven years, weve made historic investments in clean energy that helped private sector companies create tens of thousands of good jobs. And today, clean power from the wind or the sun is actually cheaper in many communities than dirtier, conventional power. Its helped grow our economy and cut our total carbon pollution more than any other country on earth. That leadership helped bring nearly 200 nations together in Paris around the most ambitious climate agreement in history. And in Paris, we also launched one of the most important partnerships ever assembled to accelerate this kind of clean energy innovation around the world. Investors and business leaders including Bill Gates, Meg Whitman, and Mark Zuckerberg joined us, pledging their own money to help advance new technologies to the market. Thats important because well only meet this challenge if the private sector helps lead the way. As I said in my State of the Union Address, rather than subsidize the past, we should invest in the future. Thats why the budget I will send to Congress this Tuesday will double funding for clean energy research and development by 2020. This will include new investments to help the private sector create more jobs faster, lower the cost of clean energy faster, and help clean, renewable power outcompete dirty fuels in every state. And while Republicans in Congress are still considering their position on climate change, many of them realize that clean energy is an incredible source of good-paying jobs for their constituents. Thats why we were able to boost clean energy research and development in last years budget agreement. And I hope they support my plan to double that kind of investment. Because its making a difference across the country. In Idaho, our Battery Test Center is helping electric cars run longer on a single charge. In Ohio, entrepreneurs are pioneering new ways to harness wind power from the Great Lakes. In Tennessee, researchers are partnering with utilities to boost storage and solar power to create a more resilient electric grid. The point is, all across the country, folks are putting their differences aside to face this challenge as one. Washington should do the same. Thats how were going to solve this challenge – together. And thats how were going to give our kids and grandkids the future they deserve – one with a safe, secure, and prosperous planet. Thanks, everybody, and have a great weekend.201602/426537

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