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奥普拉哈佛毕业典礼演讲:人生唯一目标就是做真实的自己 oh my goodness! im at haaaaaarvard! thats how oprah winfrey began her speech at harvard university graduation ceremony — in her spirited, signature way. winfrey also received an honorary doctor of law degree from the university before taking to the podium. 温弗瑞演讲中 4 条最励志的语录 谈失败的好处 there is no such thing as failure. failure is just life trying to move us in another direction. 世间并不存在“失败” ,那不过是生活想让我们换个方向走走罢了。 learn from every mistake, because every experience, particularly your mistakes, are there to teach you and force you into being more who you are. 要 从错误中吸取教训,因为你的每一次经历、尤其是你犯下的错误,都将帮助你、推动你更好 地做自己。 2. on her own biggest personal failure. 谈自身最大的失败 我突然想到某首古老赞美诗中的一句话: “困难只是暂时的” ,我遇到的麻烦同样会有结 束的一天。然后我想,我会将这一页翻过去,我会好起来的。 谈职业生涯所做访谈的共同性 beyonce in all her beyonce-ness ... they all want to know: was that okay? did you hear me? did you see me? did what i said mean anything to you? 我发现,我所有的访谈有一个共同性,那就是人人都希望自己被认可、被理解。 they all want to know: was that okay? did you hear me? did you see me? did what i said mean anything to you? 我的采访对象都想知道: “我的表现 ok 吗?你听到我看到我吗?我说的话对你有价值 吗?” 4. on the key to success and happiness. 谈成功和快乐的关键 you will find true success and happiness if you have only one goal. there really is only one, and that is this: to fulfill the highest, most truthful expression of yourself as a human being. 如果你只认准一个目标,那你就能获得真正的成功和快乐。人生确实只有一个目标,那 就是:最大程度地、最真实地展现自己。 “不要问自己世界需要什么,问问是什么让你精神抖擞地活着,然后就去做,因为世界 所需要的就是一个个朝气蓬勃的人。 ”篇二:奥普拉哈佛毕业典礼演讲 奥普拉哈佛毕业典礼演讲:人生唯一目标就是做真实的自己 oprah winfrey: oh my goodness! im at harvard! wow! to president faust, my fellow honorands, carl that was so beautiful, thank you so much, and james rothenberg, stephanie wilson, harvard faculty with a special bow to my friend dr. henry lewis gates. oprah winfrey: all of you alumni with a special bow to the class of 88, your hundred fifteen million dollars. oprah winfrey: and to you, members of the harvard class of 2013! hello! oprah winfrey: and we understand that most americans believe in a clear path to citizenship for the 12,000,000 undocumented immigrants who reside in this country

because its possible to both enforce our 篇三:奥普拉 2013 年哈佛大学毕业演讲(英文 版) oh my goodness! im at harvard! wow! to president faust, my fellow honorands, carl that was so beautiful, thank you so much, and james rothenberg, stephanie wilson, harvard faculty with a special bow to my friend dr. henry lewis gates. all of you alumni with a special bow to the class of 88, your hundred fifteen million dollars. and to you, members of the harvard class of 2013! hello! decided as you will at some point, that it was time to recalculate, find new territory, break new ground. so i ended the show and launched own, the oprah winfrey network. the initials just worked out for me. so one year later after launching own nearly every media outlet had proclaimed that my new venture was a flop. not just a flop but a big bold flop they call it. i can still remember the day i opened up usa today and read the headline oprah, not quite standing on her own. i mean really, usa today? now thats the nice newspaper! it really was this time last year the worst period in my professional life. i was stressed and i was frustrated and quite frankly i was actually i was embarrassed. and it was all because i wanted to do it by the time i got to speak to you all so thank you so much. you dont know what motivation you were for me, thank you. im even where is he or she? bring them in. its an impressive calling card that can lead to even and so what i did was i simply asked our viewers do what you can wherever you are, from wherever you sit in life. give me your time or your talent your money if you have it. and they did. extend yourself in kindness to other human beings wherever you can. and together we built 55 schools in 12 different countries and restored nearly 300 homes that were devastated by hurricanes rita and katrina. so the angel network i have been on the air for a long time, but it was the angel network that actually focused my internal g.p.s. it helped me to decide that i wasnt going to just be on tv every day but that the goal of my shows, added this, you simply cannot demonize or vilify someone who doesnt agree with you, because the minute you do that, your discussion is over. and we cannot do that any longer. the problem is too enormous. there has to be some way that this darkness can be banished with light. in our political system and in the media we often see the reflection of a country that is polarized, that is paralyzed and is self-interested. and yet, i know you know the truth. we all know that we are better than the cynicism and the pessimism that is regurgitated throughout washington and the 24-hour cable news cycle. not my channel, by the way. we understand that the vast majority of people in this and we understand. i know you do because you went to harvard. there are people from both parties and no party believe that indigent mothers and families should have access to healthy food and a roof over their heads and a strong public education

because here in the richest nation on earth we can afford a basic level of security and opportunity. so the question is what are we going to do about it? really what are you going to do about it? maybe you agree with these beliefs. maybe you dont. maybe you care about these issues and maybe there are other challenges that you, class of 2013, are passionate about. maybe you want to make a difference by serving in government. maybe you want to launch your own television show. or maybe you simply want to collect some change. your parents would appreciate that about now. the point is your generation is charged with this task of breaking through what the body politic has thus far made impervious to change. each of you has been blessed with this enormous opportunity of attending this prestigious school. you now have a chance to better your life, the lives of your neighbors and also the life of our country. when you do that let me tell you what i know for sure. thats when your story gets really good. maya angelou always says when you learn, teach. when you get, give. that my friends is what gives your story purpose and meaning. so you all have the power in your own way to develop your own angel network and in doing so your class will be armed with more tools of influence and empowerment than any other generation in history. i did it in an analog world. i was blessed with a platform that at its height reached nearly 20,000,000 viewers a day. now here in a world of twitter and facebook and youtube and tumbler, you can reach billions in just seconds. youre the generation that rejected predictions about your detachment and your disengagement by showing up to vote in record numbers in 2008. and when the pundits said they said they talked about you, they said youd be too disappointed, youd be too dejected to repeat that same kind of turnout in 2012 election and you proved them wrong by showing up in even greater numbers. thats who you are. this generation your generation i know has developed a finely honed radar for b.s. can you say b.s. at harvard? the spin and phoniness and artificial nastiness that saturates so much of our national debate. i know you all understand better than most that real progress requires authentic- an authentic way of being, honesty, and above all that youll have the courage to look them in the eye and hear their point of view and help make sure that the speed and distance and anonymity of our world doesnt cause us to lose our ability to stand in somebody elses shoes and recognize all that we share as a people. this is imperative for you as an individual and for our success as a nation. there has to be some way that this darkness can be banished with light, says the man whose little boy was massacred on just an ordinary friday in december. so whether you call it soul or spirit or higher self, intelligence, there is i know this, there is a light inside each of you all of us that illuminates your very human beingness if you let it. and as a young girl from rural mississippi i learned long ago that being myself was much easier than pretending to be barbara walters. although when i first started because i had barbara in my head i would try to sit like barbara, talk like barbara, move like barbara and then one night i was on the news reading the news and i called canada can-a-da,

and that was the end of me being barbara. i cracked myself up on tv. couldnt stop laughing and my real personality came through and i figured out oh gee, i can be a much better oprah than i could be a pretend barbara. 2008 年 jk 罗琳哈佛毕业典礼演讲(中英文对照) 默认分类 2009-07-17 20:13 阅 读 1281 评论 0 字号: 大 中 小 “2008 年 6 月 5 日是哈佛大学的毕业典礼,请来的演讲嘉宾是《哈利波特》的作者 j.k. 罗琳女士。 她的演讲题目是 《失败的好处和想象的重要性》 (the fringe benefits of failure, and the importance of imaginatio n) 。我读了一遍讲稿,觉得很好,很感染人。 她几乎没有谈到哈里波特,而是说了年轻时的一些经历。虽然 j·k· 罗琳现在很有钱,是英国仅次于女皇的最富有的女人,但是她曾经有一段非常艰辛的日 子,30 岁了,还差点流落街头。她主要谈的是,自己从 这段经历中学到的东西。 ” 以下是英文文稿和中文翻译: text as delivered follows. copyright of jk rowling, june 2008 president faust, members of the harvard corporation and the board of overseers, members of the faculty, proud parent s, and, above all, graduates. the first thing i would like to say is ?thank you.? not only he world?s largest gryffindor reunion. k. achievable goals: the first step to self improvement. actually, i have wracked my mind and heart for what i ought to say to you today. i have asked myself what i wish i had known at my own graduation, and what important lessons i have learned in the 21 years that have expired between tha t day and this. agination. these may seem quixotic or paradoxical choices, but plea se bear with me. hose closest to me expected of me. i was convinced that the only thing i wanted to do, ever, was to write novels. however, my parents, both of whom came from impoverished backgrounds and neither of whom had been to college, took the view that my overactive imagination was an amusing personal quirk that would never pay a mortgage, or secure a pension. i know that the irony strikes with t he force of a cartoon anvil, now. d off down the classics corridor. (转载于:奥普拉哈佛毕业典礼演讲稿中文翻译) i cannot remember telling my parents that i was studying classics; they might well have found out for the first time on graduation day. of all the subjects on this planet, i think they would have been hard put to name one less useful than greek mythology when it came to securing the keys to an exec utive bathroom.

i would like to make it clear, in parenthesis, that i do not blame my parents for their point of view. there is an expiry date on blaming your parents for steering you in the wrong direction; the moment you are old enough to take the wheel, responsibility lies with you. what is more, i cannot criticise my parents for hoping that i would never experience poverty. they had been poor themselves, and i have since been poor, and i quite agree with them that it is not an ennobling experience. poverty entails fear, and stress, and sometimes depression; it means a thousand petty humiliations and hardships. climbing out of poverty by your own efforts, that is indeed something on which to pride yourself, but poverty itself is roma nticised only by fools. what i feared most for myself at your age was not povert y, but failure. at your age, in spite of a distinct lack of motivation at university, where i had spent far too long in the coffee bar writing stories, and far too little time at lectures, i had a knack for passing examinations, and that, for years, had been the me asure of success in my life and that of my peers. i am not dull enough to suppose that because you are young, gifted and well-educated, you have never known hardship or heartbreak. talent and intelligence never yet inoculated anyone against the caprice of the fates, and i do not for a moment suppose that everyone here has enjoyed an existence of unruffled privilege and contentment. however, the fact that you are graduating from harvard suggests that you are not very well-acquainted with failure. you might be driven by a fear of failure quite as much as a desire for success. indeed, your conception of failure might not be too far from the average person?s idea of success, so high have you already flown. every usual standard, i was the biggest failure i knew. now, i am not going to stand here and tell you that failure is fun. that period of my life was a dark one, and i had no idea that there was going to be what the press has since represented as a kind of fairy tale resolution. i had no idea then how far the tunnel extended, and for a long time, any light at the end of it was a hope rather than a reality. so why do i talk about the benefits of failure? simply because failure meant a stripping away of the inessential. i stopped pretending to myself that i was anything other than what i was, and began to direct all my energy into finishing the only work that mattered to me. had i really succeeded at anything else, i might never have found the determination to succeed in the one arena i believed i truly belonged. i was set free, because my greatest fear had been realised, and i was still alive, and i still had a daughter whom i adored, and i had an old typewriter and a big idea. and so rock bottom became t he solid foundation on which i rebuilt my life. you might never fail on the scale i did, but some failure in life is inevitable. it is impossible to live without failing at something, unless you live so cautiously

that you might as well not have lived at all – in which case, you fail by default. failure gave me an inner security that i had never attained by passing examinations. failure taught me things about myself that i could have learned no other way. i discovered tha t i had a strong will, and more discipline than i had suspected; i also found out that i had friends whose value was truly above the price of rubies. the knowledge that you have emerged wiser and stronger from setbacks means that you are, ever after, secure in your ability to survive. you will never truly know yourself, or the strength of your relationships, until both have been tested by adversity. such knowledge is a true gift, for all that it is painfully won, and it has been worth more than any qualification i ever earned. th humans whose experiences we have never shared. one of the greatest formative experiences of my life preceded harry potter, though it informed much of what i subsequently wrote in those books. this revelation came in the form of one of my earliest day jobs. though i was sloping off to write stories during my lunch hours, i paid the rent in my early 20s by working at the african research department at amn esty international?s headquarters in london. there in my little office i read hastily scribbled letters smuggled out of totalitarian regimes by men and women who were risking imprisonment to inform the outside world of what was happening to them. i saw photographs of those who had disappeared without trace, sent to amnesty by their desperate families and friends. i read the testimony of torture victims 篇五:策马高级口译·译文:比尔盖茨在哈佛 大学毕业典礼的演讲稿 比尔盖茨在哈佛大学毕业典礼的演讲稿 尊敬的 bok 校长,rudenstine 前校长,即将上任的 faust 校长,哈佛集团的各位成员, 监管理事会的各位理事,各位老师,各位家长,各位同学: 有一句话我等了三十年,现在终于可以说了: “老爸,我总是跟你说,我会回来拿到我的 学位的! ” i want to thank harvard for this timely honor. ill be changing my job next year? and it will be nice to finally have a college degree on my resume. 我要感谢哈佛大学在这个时候给我这个荣誉。明年,我就要换工作了(注:指从微软公 司退休)??我终于可以在简历上写我有一个本科学位,这真是不错啊。 i applaud the graduates today for taking a much more direct route to your degrees. for my part, im just happy that the crimson has called me harvards most successful dropout. i guess that makes me valedictorian of my own special class?i did the best of everyone who failed. 我为今天在座的各位同学感到高兴,你们拿到学位可比我简单多了。哈佛的校报称我是 “哈佛大学历史上最成功的辍学生” 。 我想这大概使我有资格代表我这一类学生发言??在所 有的失败者里,我做得最好。 but i also want to be recognized as the guy who got steve ballmer to drop out of business school. im a bad influence. thats why i was invited to speak at your graduation. if i had spoken at your orientation, fewer of you might

be here today. 但是,我还要提醒大家,我使得 steve ballmer(注:微软总经理)也从哈佛商学院退 学了。因此,我是个有着恶劣影响力的人。这就是为什么我被邀请来在你们的毕业典礼上演 讲。如果我在你们入学欢迎仪式上演讲,那么能够坚持到今天在这里毕业的人也许会少得多 吧。 harvard was just a phenomenal experience for me. academic life was fascinating. i used to sit in on lots of classes i hadnt even signed up for. and dorm life was terrific. i lived up at radcliffe, in currier house. there were always lots of people in my dorm room late at night discussing things, because everyone knew i didnt worry about getting up in the morning. thats how i came to be the leader of the anti-social group. we clung to each other as a way of validating our rejection of all those social people. 对我来说,哈佛的求学经历是一段非凡的经历。校园生活很有趣,我常去旁听我没选修 的课。哈佛的课外生活也很棒,我在 radcliffe 过着逍遥自在的日子。每天我的寝室里总有 很多人一直待到半夜,讨论着各种事情。因为每个人都知道我从不考虑第二天早起。这使得 我变成了校园里那些不安分学生的头头,我们互相粘在一起,做出一种拒绝所有正常学生的 姿态。 radcliffe 是个过日子的好地方。 那里的女生比男生多, 而且大多数男生都是理工科的。 这种状况为我创造了最好的机会,如果你们明白我的意思。可惜的是,我正是在这里学到了 人生中悲伤的一课:机会大,并不等于你就会成功。 我在哈佛最难忘的回忆之一,发生在 1975 年 1 月。那时,我从宿舍楼里给位于 albuquerque 的一家公司打了一个电话,那家公司已经在着手制造世界上第一台个人电脑。 我提出想向他们出售软件。 我很担心,他们会发觉我是一个住在宿舍的学生,从而挂断电话。但是他们却说: “我们 还没准备好, 一个月后你再来找我们吧。 ” 这是个好消息, 因为那时软件还根本没有写出来呢。 就是从那个时候起,我日以继夜地在这个小小的课外项目上工作,这导致了我学生生活的结 束,以及通往微软公司的不平凡的旅程的开始。 what i remember above all about harvard was being in the midst of so much energy and intelligence. it could be exhilarating, intimidating, sometimes even discouraging, but always challenging. it was an amazing privilege?and though i left early, i was transformed by my years at harvard, the friendships i made, and the ideas i worked on. 不管怎样, 我对哈佛的回忆主要都与充沛的精力和智力活动有关。 哈佛的生活令人愉快, 也令人感到有压力,有时甚至会感到泄气,但永远充满了挑战性。生活在哈佛是一种吸引人 的特殊待遇??虽然我离开得比较早,但是我在这里的经历、在这里结 识的朋友、在这里发展起来的一些想法,永远地改变了我。 but taking a serious look back?i do have one big regret. 但是,如果现在严肃地回忆起来,我确实有一个真正的遗憾。 i left harvard with no real awareness of the awful inequities in the world--the appalling disparities of health, and wealth, and opportunity that condemn millions of people to lives of despair. 我离开哈佛的时候,根本没有意识到这个世界是多么的不平等。人类在健康、财富和机 遇上的不平等大得可怕,它们使得无数的人们被迫生活在绝望之中。 i left campus knowing little about the millions of young people cheated out of

educational opportunities here in this country. and i knew nothing about the millions of people living in unspeakable poverty and disease in developing countries. 我离开校园的时候,根本不知道在这个国家里,有几百万的年轻人无法获得接受教育的 机会。我也不知道,发展中国家里有无数的人们生活在无法形容的贫穷和疾病之中。 it took me decades to find out. 我花了几十年才明白了这些事情。 you graduates came to harvard at a different time. you know more about the worlds inequities than the classes that came before. in your years here, i hope youve had a chance to think about how--in this age of accelerating technology--we can finally take on these inequities, and we can solve them. 在座的各位同学,你们是在与我不同的时代来到哈佛的。你们比以前的学生,更多地了 解世界是怎样的不平等。在你们的哈佛求学过程中,我希望你们已经思考过一个问题,那就 是在这个新技术加速发展的时代,我们怎样最终应对这种不平等,以及 我们怎样来解决这个问题。 imagine, just for the sake of discussion, that you had a few hours a week and a few dollars a month to donate to a cause--and you wanted to spend that time and money where it would have the greatest impact in saving and improving lives. where would you spend it? 为了讨论的方便,请想象一下,假如你每个星期可以捐献一些时间、每个月可以捐献一 些钱——你希望这些时间和金钱,可以用到对拯救生命和改善人类生活有最大作用的地方。 你会选择什么地方? for melinda and for me, the challenge is the same: how can we do the most good for the greatest number with the resources we have. 对 melinda(注:盖茨的妻子)和我来说,这也是我们面临的问题:我们如何能将我们 拥有的资源发挥出最大的作用。 during our discussions on this question, melinda and i read an article about the millions of children who were dying every year in poor countries from diseases that we had long ago made harmless in this country. measles, malaria, pneumonia, hepatitis b, yellow fever. one disease i had never even heard of, rotavirus, was killing half a million kids each year ? none of them in the united states. 在讨论过程中,melinda 和我读到了一篇文章,里面说在那些贫穷的国家,每年有数百 万的儿童死于那些在美国早已不成问题的疾病。麻疹、疟疾、肺炎、乙型肝炎、黄热病、还 有一种以前我从未听说过的轮状病毒, 这些疾病每年导致 50 万儿童死亡, 但是在美国一例死 亡病例也没有。


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