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After college, I went to law school for three years, and then into my dream job at a big NY law firm.读完大学,我在法学院度过了三年,之后在一间大的纽约律师事务所得到了自己梦想中的工作。But even though it had been my dream, I didnt like it once I got there.虽然这曾一直是我的梦想,但是当我得到时,我发现我并不喜欢它。For the first time, I was feeling financially secure, but I knew I wasnt passionate enough about what I was doing.虽然在我人生中,我第一次在财务上获得了保障,但是我知道我对自己做的那些事情并没有足够。And because I didnt love it, I would never be fulfilled from it, or be really good at it.而且因为我并不爱它,我将永不可能从中得到满足,或者是真的擅长这份工作。Someone who loved it more would have greater enthusiasm and focus.更爱这种工作的人会更积极地专注于它。For some it was fun; for me it was always going to be a horrible chore.对有些人来说这是乐趣,对我来说,这永远是一份可怕的苦差。After five years at a law firm, I decided I wanted to try something different.在律师事务所工作五年之后,我决定要尝试一些不同的东西。I came home and told my wife I was quitting, and she cried. And not out of happiness.我回家告诉我的妻子我要辞职,她哭了,而且不是因为高兴。Anyway, it worked out. I got a new job at a small Wall Street firm. I have been rejected every other one.不管怎么说,事情还算顺利,再被华尔街众多其他公司拒绝之后,我在一家华尔街的小企业中找到了新的工作。We got bought out by a larger firm, and I ended up remaining at a large firm...Goldman Sachs.我们之后被更大的企业收购,我也得以进入这个更大的机构,高盛集团。In my career, Ive been fortunate to know and work with many of this countrys top CEOs and business leaders.在我的职业生涯中,我很幸运能够认识,并且与很多全国顶级的首席执行官以及商界领袖们共同工作。Im always struck by a certain passion that defines them.我总是能够被造就他们成功的那种所打动。While they may be wealthy and powerful, their passion goes beyond money and power.他们也许非常有钱有势,但是他们的远远超越了金钱和权力。I wont stand here and tell you those are bad things.我在这里不是要告诉你们那些东西不好。They are be pretty good, but only if you have a larger purpose in mind.只要你的头脑中有一个更大目标,它们就会相当有益。If you dont have passion for your work or the drive to make a better life for your kids than your own, then you wont have what it takes to keep you going.如果你对自己的工作没有,或者是没有动力为你的孩子打造比你自己更好人生,那么你就不会有那些让你持续前进的东西。So, Id like to leave you with some specific advice that will hopefully keep you going.所以我想给你们一些更加具体的建议,希望能够让你们不断前进。First, confidence really matters. Recognize you have earned the right to be confident.首先,信心真的很重要。要认识到你已经赢得了自信的权力。Most of you have made great sacrifices and overcome great obstacles to get where you are today.你们中的绝大多数都是付出了巨大的牺牲,克了巨大的障碍才有了现在的成就。You built up muscles that others whove had an easier time dont have.你们有了其他安逸度日的人所没有的能力。Those muscles will serve you for the rest of your life.这些能力将会在你们的余生为你们效力。My struggle to get to and through college turned out to be an advantage for me.我进入大学并读完它的努力最终成为我的一个优势。The disadvantages you have had become part of your personal history and track record, all advantages in your later life. So confidence is justified.你曾有的不足已成为你个人经历和职业纪录的历史,它们都会在之后的人生中变成你的优势。所以你们有理由充满信心。Second, find a job that you like. Youll be better at it and youll last longer in it.第二点,找到一个你喜欢的工作。你会做得更好,而且做得更长。Having said that, in a tough economy, or because of family pressures, you may not aways be able take a risk with a job choice.虽然是这样说,在一个艰难的经济形势中,需要因为家庭压力做出一些让步,你并不是总能够在职业选择上承担风险。201508/393685So when I was in Morocco,我在洛哥的时候,in Casablanca, not so long ago,不久前,在卡萨布兰卡,I met a young unmarried mother called Faiza.我遇到一个名叫法伊扎(Faiza)的年轻未婚妈妈。Faiza showed me photos of her infant son法伊扎给我看了她儿子婴儿时期的照片and she told me the story of his conception, pregnancy, and delivery.并且告诉了我她怀、妊娠、分娩的故事。It was a remarkable tale,这是一个非凡的故事,but Faiza saved the best for last.但是法伊扎把最重要的内容留在了最后。;You know, I am a virgin,; she told me.“你知道吗,我是个处女“,她告诉我。;I have two medical certificates to prove it.;“我能拿出两份体检明。”This is the modern Middle East,这是在现代的中东,where two millennia after the coming of Christ,距离基督降生后又过了两千年,virgin births are still a fact of life.可“童女生子”仍存在于现实生活中。Faizas story is just one of hundreds Ive heard over the years, traveling across the Arab region法伊扎的故事不过是我这几年来,在阿拉伯地区旅游,talking to people about sex.与人们谈论“性”中听过的许多故事中的一个。Now, I know this might sound like a dream job,我知道这听起来是梦想中的工作,or possibly a highly dubious occupation,或者也许是个很值得怀疑的职业,but for me, its something else altogether.但对我来说,它完全是另一种东西。Im half Egyptian, and Im Muslim.我有一半的埃及血统,而且是个穆斯林。But I grew up in Canada, far from my Arab roots.但是我在加拿大长大,离我的阿拉伯根源很远。Like so many who straddle East and West,就像许多东西方混血的人一样,Ive been drawn, over the years, to try to better understand my origins.我被自己的祖源所吸引,并且多年来都尽力更好地理解它。That I chose to look at sex comes from my background in HIV/AIDS,之所以选择性这个命题的原因在于,我在艾滋病毒(HIV)和艾滋病(AIDS)方面有学术背景。as a writer and a researcher and an activist.既是作者、研究者,也是个活动家。Sex lies at the heart of an emerging epidemic in the Middle East and North Africa,性是中东和北非新兴传染病的核心问题,which is one of only two regions in the world where HIV/AIDS is still on the rise.它们是世界上唯一两个HIV/AIDS病例还在持续上升的地区。Now sexuality is an incredibly powerful lens性是一个令人难以置信的放大镜with which to study any society,在研究任何社会问题的时候,because what happens in our intimate lives因为在我们亲密生活中所发生的事is reflected by forces on a bigger stage:被强有力地影射在了更大舞台上:in politics and economics, in religion and tradition, in gender and generations.在政治和经济,宗教与传统,性别和一代代人之间。As I found, if you really want to know a people,当我发现,如果你真的想要了解一民族,you start by looking inside their bedrooms.你得先看看他们的卧室。Now to be sure, the Arab world is vast and varied.实话讲,阿拉伯文化是广阔和多元的。But running across it are three red lines --但是有三条红线横跨其中——these are topics you are not supposed to challenge in word or deed.那些话题是你不能用言辞和行为去挑战的。The first of these is politics.首先是政治。But the Arab Spring has changed all that,但“阿拉伯之春”已经改变了它,in uprisings which have blossomed across the region since 2011.起义自2011年在该地区展开。Now while those in power, old and new,如今,在新旧势力continue to cling to business as usual,继续一如既往墨守他们职责的同时,millions are still pushing back,上百万人依旧在反抗,and pushing forward to what they hope will be a better life.希望得到更好的生活。That second red line is religion.第二根红线是宗教。But now religion and politics are connected,但现在,宗教和政治联系密切,with the rise of such groups as the Muslim Brotherhood.随着譬如穆斯林兄弟会这样的组织兴起。And some people, at least, are starting to ask questions有一些人,至少开始质疑,about the role of Islam in public and private life.关于伊斯兰教在公共与私人生活中的角色。You know, as for that third red line, that off-limits subject,至于那第三根红线,禁忌话题,what do you think it might be?你觉得是什么?Sex.;性。;Louder, I cant hear you.“大声点,我听不见。”Sex.;性。;SEF: Again, please dont be shy.“再说一遍,别害羞。”Sex.;性。;SEF: Absolutely, thats right, its sex.“当然,答对了,是性”Across the Arab region, the only accepted context for sex is marriage --在阿拉伯地区,性生活只允许出现在婚姻中——approved by your parents, sanctioned by religion经父母允许,被宗教批准,and registered by the state.和经国家注册。Marriage is your ticket to adulthood.婚姻是你成人生活的入场券。If you dont tie the knot, you cant move out of your parents place,如果你不结婚,你就不能搬出父母家,and youre not supposed to be having sex,同时你不能有性行为,and youre definitely not supposed to be having children.并且你绝对不能有小孩。Its a social citadel; its an impregnable fortress这是一个社会堡垒,是个坚不可摧的堡垒which resists any assault, any alternative.它抵制了任何抨击,任何选择。And around the fortress is this vast field of taboo此外,诸多禁忌围绕着这个堡垒against premarital sex, against condoms,反对婚前性行为,反对避,against abortion, against homosexuality,反对堕胎,反对同性恋,you name it.凡是你能想得到的。Faiza was living proof of this.法伊扎就是活生生的例子。Her virginity statement was not a piece of wishful thinking.她的童贞声明不是一个一厢情愿的想法。Although the major religions of the region extoll premarital chastity,虽然这个地区的大多数宗教赞美婚前贞洁,in a patriarchy, boys will be boys.在父权制社会,男孩始终是男孩。Men have sex before marriage,男人在婚前有性行为,and people more or less turn a blind eye.人们或多或少会视而不见。Not so for women,对女人就不是了,who are expected to be virgins on their wedding night --她们被期待在新婚之夜是处女之身——that is, to turn up with your hymen intact.就是,有完整的处女膜。This is not a question of individual concern,这不仅仅是个人问题,this is a matter of family honor, and in particular, mens honor.这有关于一个家族的荣誉,具体来说,男人的荣誉。201505/377429

You’ve got that right Mr. President, I am a proud Duke alumni. Just to get the energy level up here a little bit, how about you join me in the following chant that I wouldn’t mind if they could hear down on Franklin Street. Here we go... Let’s go Duke! Let’s go Duke! Let’s go Duke! Let’s go Duke! Let’s go Duke! Alright! Way to go 2014.You know, I’m a keen observer of my surroundings and you all look great. Honest to God. Normally if I’m at a commencement there’s beach balls. I’m not giving you any ideas here by the way - champagne bottles and things flying to and fro.But I really want to mention the folks in the stands around you, those who have given you the opportunity to be here today, the parents and children. We walked around the campus a bit yesterday and it’s really remarkable to be back to feel the energy and to feel the, really to feel the love that you all share for and with each other. And so for those you on the field how about we give them in the stands a round of applause.I mention I’m a keen observer of my surroundings... some of you in the back may not hear this, but I know that the folks on the stage are aware of the fact that a family of birds has moved into your architecture here. I think, I never did study birds actually when I was here. Sometimes I felt like I may have been studying birds, but it turned out to be poetry.But these particular birds appear to me to be Chapel Hill warblers, best known for whining about referees and basketball games.OK, now that I’ve got that off my chest, and I know this is probably being live streamed someplace away from here, let me tell you what I really came here to talk to you about today. First of all, nice job Jennifer. You have nothing to worry about, really impressive words and the most impressive part of it by the way was that there was obvious passion behind them. You set the bar very high here today for anyone that has the misfortune of following you and speaking.Class of 2014, as I said I really do share in your excitement and in your pride today.You at leaving and me at returning here to Duke. It probably won’t surprise you to know that as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff there are things that I’ve got to do and then there are things that I get to do. So thank you for the privilege of addressing you here today. It’s terrific to see so many international students among the student body. I trust, I hope, I expect that you formed relationships and friendships that will help us all manage an increasingly complex and in some cases dangerous world. I’m very proud of my Duke education and I often speak of how it shaped me. I’m also proud of many friendships I’ve forged through the years with your professors, with your athletes, with your coaches, on the topic of leadership. My compliments to you: the faculty, the coaches, the staff of this wonderful university as another class moves out into the world to carry the Duke brand. And students, how about you join me in a round of applause for your faculty.There’s always curious moments that happen just before you give a commencement address and I try to capture some of them. One of them happened to me last night at dinner.I was sitting... I’ve famously spoken about getting a C on an English paper that I’d labored over for six months and completely unsettled me. Somehow I thought effort was really what mattered, and output really didn’t have any part to play. But I did have a professor here who made that clear to me. So last night I’m sitting with him, I think they sat him next to me to taunt me, frankly. I was sitting next to him, I won’t name him because I didn’t ask permission to do so, but he sat there for a good bit of the evening encouraging me to write a book. And I said “Professor, you’ve gotta be kidding! I’m the guy that, when I was your student you actually asked me to please stop writing your answers and we’ll do it orally because I can’t stand the way you write.” So what goes around comes around. Now he wants me to write a book. Who knew?201504/368783

We create the conditions for happiness to occur. In other words, we create a habitat of happiness.; Wow, thats interesting. He said that they have a science behind that art, and theyve actually created four essential pillars, nine key indicators and 72 different metrics that help them to measure their GNH. One of those key indicators is: How do the Bhutanese feel about how they spend their time each day? Its a good question. How do you feel about how you spend your time each day? Time is one of the scarcest resources in the modern world. And yet, of course, that little intangible piece of data doesnt factor into our GDP calculations.我们创造那些让快乐能够存在的条件。也就是说,我们创造了快乐的栖息地。”哇,这真是有趣。而且他说他们在这种艺术的背后有一种科学他们实际上创造了四个重要的柱,9个核心指标和72个不同的度量标准这些能够帮助测量GNH。实际上,其中一个核心指标是如何让不丹人感觉到他们是如何度过他们的每一天的呢?这是一个不错的问题。如何感觉你的每一天是如何度过的呢?在现代社会社会中,时间是一种最稀缺的资源。可是,诚然这微小的不可见的数据并不影响我们对GDP的计算。As I spent my week up in the Himalayas, I started to imagine what I call an emotional equation. And it focuses on something I long ago from a guy named Rabbi Hyman Schachtel. How many know him? Anybody? 1954, he wrote a book called ;The Real Enjoyment of Living,; and he suggested that happiness is not about having what you want; instead, its about wanting what you have. Or in other words, I think the Bhutanese believe happiness equals wanting what you have -- imagine gratitude -- divided by having what you want -- gratification. The Bhutanese arent on some aspirational tmill, constantly focused on what they dont have. Their religion, their isolation, their deep respect for their culture and now the principles of their GNH movement all have fostered a sense of gratitude about what they do have. How many of us here, as TEDsters in the audience, spend more of our time in the bottom half of this equation, in the denominator? We are a bottom-heavy culture in more ways than one.所以当我把时间花在喜马拉雅山脉的时候,我开始想象我所谓的一种情感方程式。这是很久以前我从拉比.海曼.斯佳特尔读到的。有多少人知道他?有人知道么?在1954年,他写过一本书,叫做《生活的真正乐趣》他提出快乐并不在于得到你所想要的。而在于你想往你所拥有的。也就是说,我认为不丹人相信快乐等同于想往你所拥有的东西想象一下感恩分割成拥有你所想要的东西满足感。不丹人的志趣不至于一些有抱负但枯燥无趣的工作上持续关注与那些他们没有的事物。他们的宗教,他们的与世隔离,他们深深的对自己文化的尊重以及现在GNH运动的原则,这所有的一切都培养了一种对他们所拥有的感恩的情结。我们之中有多少人,作为TED的拥护者,把更多的时间花在这个方程式的底端,分母上呢?我们总是一种底端受重文化所逼迫在很多方面都是如此。201402/275325

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