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口译:奥斯卡影后桑德拉·布洛克毕业演讲

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口译:奥斯卡影后桑德拉·布洛克毕业演讲

口译资源:奥斯卡影后桑德拉·布洛克(Sandra Bullock)出席沃伦·伊斯顿高中的毕业典礼,给学弟学妹们一个大大的惊喜,并发表励志讲话。演讲中,布洛克鼓励毕业生们大胆面未来的生活,不要担忧还没发生的事(Stop being scared of the unknown, because anything I worried about didn’t happen.)。找到那个愿意陪伴你并且感激你付出的人;去寻找生命的快乐吧。

 

新闻回顾:

Don't You Wish Sandra Bullock Spoke at Your Graduation?

Warren Easton Charter High School's class of 2014 got a big surprise when Sandra Bullock stepped up to the podium during their graduation ceremony in New Orleans on Monday. It isn't the first time she's spoken to the high school's students, as she donated money to the school back in 2010 to help it rebuild in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. This time, though, her speech was more lighthearted. True to form, Sandra opened with a joke, saying, "I was trying to remember my graduation and, oddly, I couldn't remember anything. I remembered how good I looked and then I went back and looked at pictures and I really didn't look so good." She went on to share the thoughtful bits of advice she says she's been giving to her son, 4-year-old Louis.

Sandra Bullock has been a longtime supporter of the Warren Easton charter school in New Orleans, and naturally, she wanted to be a part of their commencement celebration, too.

So, the Oscar-winning actresses surprised students with a special address.

In the speech, the actress, 49, reflected on her own life and gave advice to the graduates, culminating with her hope that the nearly 200 graduating seniors would go out into the world and "find their joy."

Read the complete address below:

Sandra Bullock Gives Surprise Graduation Speech

讲稿:

I was trying to remember my graduation and, oddly, I couldn’t remember anything. I remembered how good I looked and then I went back and looked at pictures and I really didn’t look so good. … I didn’t remember anything because I was so worried about the future, I wasn’t present, which made me think about a question someone asked me just recently. And that question was, ‘If you could go back and talk to your younger self, what would you say?’

And I thought, "Wow, that’s kinda heavy," and then I realized what I wished someone had said to me was what I’ve been spending the last four years telling a little boy who I love more than anything, who happens to be my son, and who’s from New Orleans, and so I thought maybe I would share that with you guys. That what I tell a four-year-old is what I wish someone would’ve told me before I stepped out in the world and the first thing is, stop worrying so much, OK? Stop being scared of the unknown, because anything I worried about didn’t happen. Other stuff happened, but not what I worried about. The unknown we can’t do anything about, and I don’t remember any of the moments in my life where I worried. So that’s a lot of time I couldn’t get back.

The second thing was, raise the bar higher. OK? It is noisy out there and for some reason, people want to see you fail. But that’s not your problem. That is their problem. I only remember the moments where I tried beyond what I thought I could do and I do not remember the failures because I didn’t. Nothing is a failure. It’s just not supposed to work out that way because something better is supposed to come along.

The third thing we work on at home in the mornings is that we turn on the music really, really loud before we leave the house and the rule is you have to dance a little bit before you step out in the world because it changes the way you walk. It changes the way you walk out in the world. So do that. Eat something green every day with every meal. It’s growing food for adults as well. Do not pick your nose in public. Think about this. How about we just don’t pick it in private either? How about we just go get a tissue? I know it takes a little extra effort but it gets the job done right away and there’s no public humiliation and that can go with a lot of other things as well, so make a little bit of an effort. When someone who cares about you hugs you, hug them back with two arms. Don’t do the one-arm hug, because when you hug with two arms, it allows you to lean on somebody and we always need someone to lean on.

And if someone doesn’t want to play with you, it’s OK. It’s OK. You know, not everyone’s going to love us. Go find somebody who does want to play with you and who appreciates what you have to offer. And last but not least is, go find your joy. Whatever that is, go find your joy.



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