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2019年07月17日 19:19:40 | 作者:咨询新闻 | 来源:新华社
I thought a lot about the mother of one disabled child I had seen,我想起我见过的一个残疾孩子的母亲a severely disabled child who died through caregiver neglect.这个有严重残疾的孩子,因为照料不周而去世And when his ashes were interred, his mother said,当他的骨灰被安葬的时候,他的母亲说;I pray here for forgiveness for having been twice robbed,;我在这里祈祷宽恕,我失去了两个once of the child I wanted and once of the son I loved.;一个是我想要的孩子,一个是我所爱着的儿子”And I figured it was possible then for anyone to love any child我以为任何一个人,都可以去爱任何孩子if they had the effective will to do so.如果他们有能力就会这样做So my husband is the biological father of two children我的丈夫是,两个孩子的亲生父亲with some lesbian friends in Minneapolis.这两个孩子的母亲是,他在明尼阿波利斯市的女同性恋朋友I had a close friend from college whod gone through a divorce and wanted to have children.我大学时期有一个亲密的朋友,她离了婚却也想要孩子And so she and I have a daughter,所以我和她生了一个女儿and mother and daughter live in Texas.母亲和女儿居住在德克萨斯州And my husband and I have a son who lives with us all the time我丈夫和我有个儿子,和我们一起生活of whom I am the biological father,我是他的生父and our surrogate for the pregnancy was Laura,为我们的女士是劳拉the lesbian mother of Oliver and Lucy in Minneapolis.她是明尼阿波利斯市奥利弗和露西的,女同性恋母亲So the shorthand is five parents of four children in three states.五位父母,生了四个孩子,生活在三个不同的州And there are people who think that the existence of my family当然有些人会认为,这样的家庭的存在somehow undermines or weakens or damages their family.在某种程度上破坏或削弱,甚至损害了他们的家庭And there are people who think that families like mine也有些人认为,像我们这样的家庭shouldnt be allowed to exist.不应该被允许存在And I dont accept subtractive models of love, only additive ones.我不接受消减中的爱,只求递增的爱And I believe that in the same way that we need species diversity同时我也相信,我们需要物种的多样性to ensure that the planet can go on,来确保地球可以延续下去so we need this diversity of affection and diversity of family因此,我们需要,这种多样化的感情和家庭in order to strengthen the ecosphere of kindness.来强化仁慈的生物圈The day after our son was born,在我们儿子出生后的第二天the pediatrician came into the hospital room and said she was concerned.儿科医生走进病房说,她很担心He wasnt extending his legs appropriately.他没有适当地伸展他的双腿She said that might mean that he had brain damage.她说这可能意味着他有脑损伤In so far as he was extending them, he was doing so asymmetrically,当他伸腿时,又很不对称which she thought could mean that there was a tumor of some kind in action.她以为这可能意味着,有某种类型的肿瘤And he had a very large head, which she thought might indicate hydrocephalus.他的头非常大,她认为这可能意味着他有脑积水And as she told me all of these things,当她告诉我这些事情的时候I felt the very center of my being pouring out onto the floor.我觉得我的身体要倒下去似的And I thought, here I had been working for years我想,我花很多年写的书on a book about how much meaning people had found关于人们养育残疾子女的经验in the experience of parenting children who are disabled,给他们带来了怎样的意义and I didnt want to join their number.但我还是不想加入他们Because what I was encountering was an idea of illness.我想到的是疾病And like all parents since the dawn of time,就像所有的父母那样,从孩子出生那刻起I wanted to protect my child from illness.我想要我的孩子健康And I wanted also to protect myself from illness.同时我也想自己远离疾病And yet, I knew from the work I had done我的工作经验让我得知that if he had any of the things we were about to start testing for,如果经过哪些检查,发现他有什么问题that those would ultimately be his identity,那将永久成为他的特性and if they were his identity they would become my identity,如果这是他的特性,也将会是我的特性that that illness was going to take a very different shape as it unfolded.这将不同于病症最初呈现的那样We took him to the MRI machine, we took him to the CAT scanner,我们带他做核磁共振,带他做计算机化X射线轴向分层造影we took this day-old child and gave him over for an arterial blood draw.我们带着这个出生仅一天的孩子做动脉抽血We felt helpless.我们感到无助And at the end of five hours,五个小时后,they said that his brain was completely clear医生们说他的大脑完全没问题and that he was by then extending his legs correctly.也可以完全正常伸展他的双腿And when I asked the pediatrician what had been going on,当我问儿科医生这是怎么回事,she said she thought in the morning he had probably had a cramp.她说,她觉得早上他可能抽筋了But I thought how my mother was right.我认为我的母亲是正确的I thought, the love you have for your children我以为你对自己孩子的爱is unlike any other feeling in the world,是不同于世界上任何其他感觉的and until you have children, you dont know what it feels like.直到你有孩子,你才知道那是什么样的感觉I think children had ensnared me我想是孩子让我the moment I connected fatherhood with loss.认为自己不是个称职的父亲But Im not sure I would have noticed that但我不确定自己会注意到if I hadnt been so in the thick of this research project of mine.要不是我做了这么繁复的研究项目,Id encountered so much strange love,我遇到了太多奇怪的爱,and I fell very naturally into its bewitching patterns.然后我很自然地陷入其迷人的模式And I saw how splendor can illuminate even the most abject vulnerabilities.我看到光如何照亮最不幸的脆弱之处During these 10 years, I had witnessed and learned在这10年期间,我曾目睹和了解到the terrifying joy of unbearable responsibility,那些难以承受的责任,and I had come to see how it conquers everything else.我也看到了它如何克一切苦难And while I had sometimes thought the parents I was interviewing were fools,我曾经有时会想,我正在采访的父母是傻瓜enslaving themselves to a lifetimes journey with their thankless children让自己踏上给不知感恩的孩子们一生为奴的旅程and trying to breed identity out of misery,试图从痛苦中获得身份认同I realized that day that my research had built me a plank我意识到,从研究开始那天起,我已建造了一块踏板and that I was y to join them on their ship.随时准备着与他们同舟共济Thank you.谢谢201505/376875This week, together with our allies and partners, we reached an historic understanding with Iran, which, if fully implemented, will prevent it from obtaining a nuclear weapon and make our country, our allies, and our world safer.本周,我们与盟友和伙伴国家一起,与伊朗达成了历史性的共识,这一意见如果得到全面执行,将能防止伊朗获得核武器,并确保我们的国家、盟友和全世界更加安全。This framework is the result of tough, principled diplomacy. Its a good deal-a deal that meets our core objectives, including strict limitations on Irans program and cutting off every pathway that Iran could take to develop a nuclear weapon.这一框架协议的达成是艰苦而执着的外交努力的结果。这是一份成功的协议,符合我们的核心目标,包括了对伊朗核计划的严厉限制措施,切断了伊朗发展核武器的所有可能途径。This deal denies Iran the plutonium necessary to build a bomb. It shuts down Irans path to a bomb using enriched uranium. Iran has agreed that it will not stockpile the materials needed to build a weapon. Moreover, international inspectors will have unprecedented access to Irans nuclear program because Iran will face more inspections than any other country in the world. If Iran cheats, the world will know it. If we see something suspicious, we will inspect it. So this deal is not based on trust, its based on unprecedented verification.该协议让伊朗使用钚成产核武器的可能性消失。断绝了伊朗使用浓缩铀生产核武器的途径。伊朗也同意不会大量存贮此类可供生产核武器的核材料。更重要的是,国际检查人员将以空前的规模深入检查伊朗核计划,因为伊朗需要面对比其它国家更严格的检查。如果伊朗耍花招,全世界都会知道。如果我们有所怀疑,我们就会深入检查。因此这一协议是建立在信任的基础上的,是建立在空前的检查认定基础上的。And this is a long-term deal, with strict limits on Irans program for more than a decade and unprecedented transparency measures that will last for 20 years or more. And as a member of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, Iran will never be permitted to develop a nuclear weapon.这是一份长远的协议,对伊朗未来十多年的核计划有着严格的限制,并要求伊朗未来20年乃至更久的时间保持前所未有的公开透明。作为核不扩散条约的成员国,伊朗永远不允许发展核武器。In return for Irans actions, the international community, including the ed States, has agreed to provide Iran with phased relief from certain sanctions. If Iran violates the deal, sanctions can be snapped back into place. Meanwhile, other American sanctions on Iran for its support of terrorism, its human rights abuses, its ballistic missile program, all will continue to be enforced.作为对伊朗的行动的回报,国际社会,包括美国在内,都同意为伊朗提供援助,减轻相关制裁带来的压力。如果伊朗违反规定,制裁就将再次开始。同时,美国对伊朗的其它制裁措施,包括对反恐、人权问题、弹道导弹计划的制裁等将更加严厉。As I said this week, many key details will need to be finalized over the next three months, and nothing is agreed to until everything is agreed. And if there is backsliding, there will be no deal.我本周说过,还有很多细节需要在接下来的三个月里敲定,直到所有问题达成一致了这份协议才算最终达成。如果其间有反复,协议也就不复存在了。Here in the ed States, I expect a robust debate. Well keep Congress and the American people fully briefed on the substance of the deal. As we engage in this debate, lets remember—we really only have three options for dealing with Irans nuclear program: bombing Irans nuclear facilities—which will only set its program back a few years—while starting another war in the Middle East; abandoning negotiations and hoping for the best with sanctions—even though thats always led to Iran making more progress in its nuclear program; or a robust and verifiable deal like this one that peacefully prevents Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon.在美国国内,我希望有更实际的辩论。我们将继续全面向国会和美国人民通报谈判的进展和结果。在我们参与这项辩论的过程中,我们要记住,如何处理伊朗核问题,我们只有三条途径:要么炸毁伊朗的核设施,这只能将伊朗的核计划延后数年,而且还会引发又一次的中东战争;要么放弃谈判,期待着制裁能带来好结果,即便如此也往往会让伊朗在核计划上获得更多的成果;要么就促成一项实际的、有检查可行性的协议,就像这份协议一样,通过和平的方式防止伊朗获得核武器。As President and Commander in Chief, I firmly believe that the diplomatic option—a comprehensive, long-term deal like this—is by far the best option. For the ed States. For our allies. And for the world.作为总统和总司令,我坚信通过外交途径达成全面而长远的协议是最好的选择。对美利坚合众国、对我们的盟友、对全世界而言都是如此。Our work-this deal-is not yet done. Diplomacy is painstaking work. Success is not guaranteed. But today we have an historic opportunity to prevent the sp of nuclear weapons in Iran, and to do so peacefully, with the international community firmly behind us. And this will be our work in the days and months ahead in keeping with the best traditions of American leadership.我们的任务是,这份协议还未达成。外交努力是艰难而漫长的。成功也无法得到保。但今天我们拥有一个历史性的机遇来阻止伊朗扩大其核武计划,而且可以和平地,与国际社会一道共同完成这一使命。这将是我们在未来的几十天乃至几个月里的任务,我们要以此保持美国的领导力。 201504/369157I actually realized once in Kosovo,有一次我去了科索沃when I watched a man break down,看到一个男人倒下that bullets are actually hardened tears,忽然间想到,原来子弹就是硬化的泪珠啊that when we dont allow men to have their girl self当我们不允许男人怀有女孩细胞and have their vulnerability, and have their compassion,不允许他们任何的脆弱或同情and have their hearts, that they become hardened and hurtful不允许发自内心的情感。这时候,他们就会变得冷漠、容易伤害别人and violent.甚至是走向暴力And I think we have taught men to be secure我们知道,男人往往在不安全时when they are insecure,说他们自己是安全的to pretend they know things when they dont know things,不知道的时候假装自己知道or why would we be where we are?或者假装知道为什么弄到这步天地?To pretend theyre not a mess when they are a mess.即便事情一团乱麻也装得井井有条And I will tell you a very funny story.告诉你们一件很好笑的事。On my way here on the airplane, I was walking up and down the aisle of the plane.我是坐飞机过来的,我在飞机的过道上走来走去And all these men, literally at least 10 men,我看到一群男人,确切说至少有十个were in their little seats watching chick flicks.坐在他们的一方小天地里看言情片And they were all alone, and I thought, ;This is the secret life of men.;每个人都在单打独斗,我想“这就是男人的秘密生活吧”Ive traveled, as I said,我去过很多地方to many, many countries,很多个国家and Ive seen, if we do what we do to the girl inside us我的所见所闻让我想到,then obviously its horrific to think假如我们按照我们对待自身女孩细胞的方式,去对待现实中的女孩what we do to girls in the world.那将会是多么悲惨的一个世界And we heard from Sunitha yesterday,昨天,苏妮塔和克薇塔and Kavita about what we do to girls.也在这里讲述了她关于女孩的故事But I just want to say that我只是想告诉大家Ive met girls with knife wounds and cigarette burns,我见过那些遭受了刀伤以及烟头的女孩子who are literally being treated like ashtrays.人们真的是把她们当成烟灰缸来对待Ive seen girls be treated like garbage cans.还有人会把女孩子当成垃圾场Ive seen girls who were beaten by their mothers做母亲的会打自己的女儿and brothers and fathers and uncles.做兄弟的、父亲的、叔叔的就更不用说Ive seen girls starving themselves to death in America我看到一些女孩子在美国一些貌似in institutions to look like some idealized version of themselves.可以帮助她们变成理想中的自我的机构中饿死Ive seen that we cut girls and we control them我看到对女孩行割礼,对女孩进行控制and we keep them illiterate,不让女孩上学or we make them feel bad about being too smart.或者是,一旦女孩子变得聪明,我们就让她们感到内疚We silence them. We make them feel guilty我们让她们变得沉默for being smart. We get them to behave,让她们感到聪明是坏事to tone it down, not to be too intense.让她们不要宣张,不要激烈We sell them, we kill them as embryos,我们还贩卖女孩,甚至是在胎儿的时候就将其杀死we enslave them, we rape them.我们还把女孩当奴隶,我们强暴女孩We are so accustomed to robbing girls我们甚至对此习以为常of the subject of being the subjects of their lives认为女孩不该成为自己生命之主宰that we have now actually objectified them我们于是将女孩当成了没有情感的东西and turned them into commodities.拿到市场上去卖The selling of girls is rampant across the planet.环顾整个地球,贩卖女孩的行为日渐猖獗,And in many places they are worth less than goats and cows.在有些地方,女孩子的价值甚至不如牛羊But I also want to talk about the fact that此外,假如我们认为if one in eight people on the planet这个地球上有八分之一是are girls between the ages of 10 to 24,10到24岁的女孩,they are they key, really, in the developing world,可以肯定,她们是人类的未来as well as in the whole world, to the future of humanity.对发展中国家和发达国家一样的道理And if girls are in trouble because they face systematic disadvantages女孩身陷各种麻烦,是由于社会系统性地将她们置于不利地位that keep them where society wants them to be,使得她们无法担当本可以担当的角色including lack of access to healthcare,包括缺乏获得基本医疗的渠道education, healthy foods,缺乏教育和健康食品labor force participation.参加劳动大军The burden of all the household tasks家务劳动的重担usually falls on girls and younger siblings,大多由女孩和未达劳动年龄的儿童被迫承担which ensures that they will never overcome these barriers.这些也使得她们无法摆脱社会的枷锁The state of girls, the condition of girls,女孩子的境况will, in my belief -- and thats the girl inside us这包括我们身体内的女孩以及现实的女孩and the girl in the world -- determine whether在我看来——the species survives.将直接决定我们这个物种的存亡。201511/406962

And what really mattered to me-it wasnt only women in the corporate world,even though I did hear from a lot of them, and it did impact a lot of them,it was also people of all different circumstances.对我来说真正重要的是 并不只是企业界的女性。尽管我听闻她们受到很多影响-而且大家在各种情况下也被影响了。There was a doctor I met who was an attending physician at Johns Hopkins, and he said that until he saw my TED Talk, it never really occurred to him that even though half the students in his med school classes were women,they werent speaking as much as the men as he did his rounds.我认识一个内科医生 他在约翰.霍普金斯医院当主治。他说在看到我的 TED 演说之前从未想到虽然在医学院里他的班一半都是女生,而在巡视病人时,她们说话也比男生少。So he started paying attention, and as he waited for raised hands, he realized the mens hands were up.所以他开始注意,每当学生回答问题 而发现只有男生举手时。So he started encouraging the women to raise their hands more, and it still didnt work.他就鼓励女生多举手然而这没什么用。So he told everyone, no more hand raising, Im cold-calling.那么他和所有人说 不要举手了,我来点名。So he could call evenly on men and women. And what he proved to himself was that the women knew the answers just as well or better,and he was able to go back to them and tell them that.然后轮流点名男生和女生,他发现女生的和 男生的一样好甚至更好。然后他就回去告诉她们。And then there was the woman, stay-at-home mom, lives in a really difficult neighborhood, with not a great school, she said that TED Talk-shes never had a corporate job,but that TED Talk inspired her to go to her school and fight for a better teacher for her child.还有个家庭主妇 她住在一个不太好的社区。那里没有好学校,她说那个TED演说— 她从没在企业里工作过。但是那场TED演说使她鼓起勇气到学校去为孩子争取更好的老师。And I guess it was part of was finding my own voice.这演说让我找到自己的声音。And I realized that other women and men could find their voice through it,which is why I went from the talk to the book.我想其他女性和男性 也能通过它找到自己的声音,这就是我为什么決定 那场演说外又写书的原因。PM: And in the book, you not only found your voice, which is clear and strong in the book,but you also share what youve learned-the experiences of other people in the lessons.在书里你不仅找到自己的声音 声音清晰并强而有力。而且你还分享了一些心得,加入了别人的经历。And thats what Im thinking about in terms of putting yourself in a-you became a sort of expert in how you lean in.这正是我所说的 当你把自己放到...你就成为一个向前一步的专家。So what did that feel like, and become like in your life?那么这感觉如何?在日常生活中?To launch not just a book, not just a best-selling, best-viewed talk,but a movement, where people began to literally describe their actions at work as,Im leaning in.不局限在写畅销书,做最受欢迎的演讲而是提出一个行为 大家开始真正形容他们的工作为。我要向前一步。I mean, Im grateful, Im honored, Im happy, and its the very beginning.我很感激、很荣幸、很开心 这是一个开始。So I dont know if Im an expert, or if anyone is an expert. I certainly have done a lot of research.所以我不知道自己或任何人 是否一个专家 我确实做了大量研究。I have every study, I have pored over the materials,and the lessons are very clear. Because heres what we know:我阅读了每一篇研究 研读了各种材料,结论很清楚 因为这些都是我们知道的。What we know is that stereotypes are holding women back from leadership roles all over the world.我们知道性別偏見阻碍女性 取得领导角色 这现象遍布全球。Its so striking. Lean In is very global, Ive been all over the world,这现象很明显向前一步是非常国际化的概念。talking about it, and-cultures are so different.我曾在不同地方谈论它 ─ 各地文化是如此不同。Even within our own country, to Japan, to Korea, to China, to Asia, Europe,theyre so different. Except for one thing: gender.即使在我们的国家内部也不同 从日本、韩国、中国、亚洲、欧洲,它们都完全不同 除了一件事就是性别。All over the world, no matter what our cultures are, we think men should be strong, assertive, aggressive, have voice;在世界上任何地方 无論我們的文化是什么,我们都认为男人该强壮、武断、进取 有自己的想法。We think women should speak when spoken to, help others.我们认为女性只有其他人跟她说话时 才该说话,要帮助他人。Now we have, all over the world, women are called bossy. There is a word for bossy,如今在任何地方,我们都听到女人被称为专横跋扈。for little girls, in every language theres one.这个形容小女孩的词汇 在每一种语言里也存在。Its a word thats pretty much not used for little boys, because if a little boy leads, theres no negative word for it.这个词却很少用在男孩子身上因为没人会反对男孩子发号施令。Its expected. But if a little girl leads, shes bossy.这是意料中事,但如果女孩子 发号施令的话,她就是专横。201501/351763

If somebody from 1973 looked at what was on a dormitory message board in 1993,如果一个1973年的人看着1993年一个学生宿舍信息栏,the slang would have changed a little bit since the era of Love Story,俚语等习惯用语会跟爱情故事时代有些不同,but they would understand what was on that message board.但是他们会看明白那个信息栏上的内容。Take that person from 1993-not that long ago,我们让1993年的那个人-这可不算太久远,this is Bill and Teds Excellent Adventure-those people.那还是比尔和泰德历险记时代,Take those people and they a very typical text written by a 20-year-old today.我们让这些人读现在20岁年轻人写的一段短信。Often they would have no idea what half of it meant because a whole new language has developed among our young people doing something as mundane as what it looks like to us when theyre batting around on their little devices.他们应该通常连一半的内容都猜不出来,因为我们的年轻人已经发展出了一种新的语言,它是通过在孩子们的小设备上的看似平常的敲敲打打中演变出来的。So in closing, if I could go into the future,总结一下,如果我可以穿越到未来,if I could go into 2033,如果我去到2033年,the first thing I would ask is whether David Simon had done a sequel to The Wire. I would want to know.我会问的第一个问题就是大卫?西蒙拍没拍火线的续集。And I really would ask that and then Id want to know actually what was going on on Downton Abbey.我真的会问这个的,我还会想知道唐顿庄园到底发生了什么。Thatd be the second thing.这是第二个问题。And then the third thing would be,第三个问题就是,please show me a sheaf of texts written by 16-year-old girls,请给我一叠16岁姑娘们写的短信,because I would want to know where this language had developed since our times,因为我想知道这个语言已经发展成什么样子了,and ideally I would then send them back to you and me now so we could examine this linguistic miracle happening right under our noses.更好的就是我可以把这些短信发给现在的大家和我,我们就可以研究研究这个当下正在发生着的语言奇迹。Thank you very much.非常感谢。Thank you.谢谢大家。 201511/412544

President Hollande, Mr. Secretary General, fellow leaders,We have come to Paris to show our resolve. We offer our condolences to the people of France for the barbaric attacks on this beautiful city. We stand united in solidarity not only to deliver justice to the terrorist network responsible for those attacks but to protect our people and uphold the enduring values that keep us strong and keep us free. And we salute the people of Paris for insisting this crucial conference go on – an act of defiance that proves nothing will deter us from building the future we want for our children. What greater rejection of those who would tear down our world than marshaling our best efforts to save it?Nearly 200 nations have assembled here this week – a declaration that for all the challenges we face, the growing threat of climate change could define the contours of this century more dramatically than any other. What should give us hope that this is a turning point, that this is the moment we finally determined we would save our planet, is the fact that our nations share a sense of urgency about this challenge and a growing realization that it is within our power to do something about it.Our understanding of the ways human beings disrupt the climate advances by the day. Fourteen of the fifteen warmest years on record have occurred since the year 2000 – and 2015 is on pace to be the warmest year of all. No nation – large or small, wealthy or poor – is immune to what this means. This summer, I saw the effects of climate change firsthand in our northernmost state, Alaska, where the sea is aly swallowing villages and eroding shorelines; where permafrost thaws and the tundra burns; where glaciers are melting at a pace unprecedented in modern times. And it was a preview of one possible future – a glimpse of our childrens fate if the climate keeps changing faster than our efforts to address it. Submerged countries. Abandoned cities. Fields that no longer grow. Political disruptions that trigger new conflict, and even more floods of desperate peoples seeking the sanctuary of nations not their own.That future is not one of strong economies, nor is it one where fragile states can find their footing. That future is one that we have the power to change. Right here. Right now. But only if we rise to this moment. As one of Americas governors has said, “We are the first generation to feel the impact of climate change, and the last generation that can do something about it.”Ive come here personally, as the leader of the worlds largest economy and the second-largest emitter, to say that the ed States of America not only recognizes our role in creating this problem, we embrace our responsibility to do something about it.Over the last seven years, weve made ambitious investments in clean energy, and ambitious reductions in our carbon emissions. Weve multiplied wind power threefold, and solar power more than twentyfold, helping create parts of America where these clean power sources are finally cheaper than dirtier, conventional power. Weve invested in energy efficiency in every way imaginable. Weve said no to infrastructure that would pull high-carbon fossil fuels from the ground, and weve said yes to the first-ever set of national standards limiting the amount of carbon pollution our power plants can release into the sky.201512/417135

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