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2019年09月22日 02:22:21 | 作者:国际社区 | 来源:新华社
So let your heart break.让自己沉浸于心碎It will change what you do with your optimism.这会改变你们对乐观的理解On a trip to South Asia,有一次去南亚I met a desperately poor Indian woman who had two children我碰到了一位赤贫的印度女性 她有两个孩子and she begged me to take them home with me.她请求我把这两个孩子带回去领养And when I begged her for her forgiveness she said,在我请她原谅我的无能为力时 她说well, then please, just take one of them.那请你领养其中一个孩子行吗On another trip to south Los Angeles,还有一次我去南洛杉矶I met with a group of the students from a tough neighborhood.见了一群来自艰苦社区的学生A young girl said to me,一个小女孩跟我说do you ever feel like we are the kids你有没有觉得我们这些孩子whose parents shirked their responsibilities都被父母放置不理and we are just the leftovers?我们只不过是多余的东西These women broke my heart.这些女性让我感到心碎And they still do.现在仍然如此And the empathy intensifies if I admit to myself, that could be me.如果想想;这也可能是我; 同情心便会越发强烈When I talk with the mothers I meet during my travels,我在其它地方碰到过很多母亲theres no difference between what we want for our children.我们想为子女提供的东西其实并没有太大差别The only difference is our ability to provide it to our children.唯一差别在于我们为子女提供这些东西的能力So what accounts for that difference?这种差异是如何造成的 201412/347631This year we strengthened our position by acquiring the networking business unit of a company called Symantec. This provided HP OpenView with new capabilities for software distribution, inventory, configuration, trouble-shooting, licensing for desktop systems as well as real-time server management for Windows NT. This allows us to offer a single-vendor management solution that combines hardware, software management and services. A third investment last year was aimed at helping customers manage NT-based systems.今年,我们通过收购一家名为Symantec公司的网络部门,进而加强了我们的地位。这为惠普OpenView提供了新的功能,如软件分配、库存、配置、查找故障、注册桌面系统,以及Windows NT的实时务器管理。这可使我们提供单一厂商管理解决方案,将硬件管理、软件管理和务结合起来。去年第三笔投资是帮助客户管理基于NT的系统。We evaluated a variety of different approaches to this challenge. A small company called NewView had the best product available, something called ManageX, and we acquired that company late last year. We think ManageX is the best for a couple of reasons. First, its very scalable — able to handle everything from the workgroup to a full enterprise. We think thats very important, because we see many customers starting out by deploying NT in a workgroup area, and then more broadly across their enterprise. So its critical to have a tool that can grow. Second, ManageX is based on all of Microsofts technologies. Thats really critical if you want to have a leading product in the NT environment. Most of OpenViews competitors today are trying to take software that was developed for managing mainframes or Unix and then retrofitting it to NT. And thats no trivial task.我们评估了解决这一问题的各类方式。当时,有一家叫NewView的小公司拥有名为ManageX的最佳产品,去年下半年我们收购了该公司。我们认为ManageX极具优势的原因如下:第一,它具有极强的可扩展性——可处理从工作组到整个企业的任何事项。我们认为这一点非常重要,因为我们看到许多客户初期在工作组用的是NT,然后逐渐在企业内扩大。所以,最关键的是真有可发展的工具。第二, ManageX是基于微软的技术。 如果你想在NT环境拥有领先的产品,这一点甚为重要。目前,OpenView的大多数竞争者均力图获取可用于管理主机或UNIX的软件然后将其改型,以便更加适应NT。而这项工作极为繁杂。201410/337193THE PRESIDENT: Hello, everybody! Hello, Indiana! It’s good to be back close to home. Everybody have a seat, have a seat.Well, first of all, let me thank Henry and everybody for extending such a warm welcome. It’s good to be back in Indiana. A couple people I just want to acknowledge very quickly: Your Mayor, Bob Hurst. Where did Mayor Hurst go? (Applause.) He was here just a second -- there he is right there. Give him a big round of applause. (Applause.) We’ve got your former Congressman, Brad Ellsworth, in the house. Say hi to Brad. (Applause.)It is great to be back in Indiana. It’s great to be in Princeton. And I want to thank Millennium Steel for hosting us here today. I’m here because you might have heard that today is National Manufacturing Day. You don’t get the day off on National Manufacturing Day. (Laughter.) But factories like this one, all over the country, are opening their doors to give young people a chance to understand what opportunities exist in manufacturing in 21st century in the ed States of America. So I figured, what better place to celebrate Manufacturing Day than with a manufacturer?And instead of giving a long speech, what I want to do today is just have a conversation with folks about what’s happening in the American economy, what’s happening in your lives, what’s happening in manufacturing, and to talk a little bit about how we can continue to build an economy that works for everybody, that gives everybody who’s willing to work hard a chance.And I wanted to do that here because, in some ways, American manufacturing is powering the American recovery. This morning, we learned that last month, our businesses added more than 236,000 jobs. (Applause.) The unemployment rate fell from 6.1 percent to 5.9 percent. (Applause.) What that means is that the unemployment rate is below 6 percent for the first time in six years. (Applause.) And we’re on pace for the strongest job growth since the 1990s -- strongest job growth since the 1990s. Over the past 55 months, our businesses have now created 10.3 million new jobs. (Applause.)Now, that happens to be the longest uninterrupted stretch of job growth in the private sector in American history. And all told, the ed States has put more folks back to work than Europe, Japan, and all other advanced economies combined. All combined, we put more folks back to work right here in the ed States of America. (Applause.)So this progress that we’ve been making, it’s been hard, it goes in fits and starts, it’s not always been perfectly smooth or as fast as we want, but it is real and it is steady and it is happening. And it’s making a difference in economies all across the country. And it’s the direct result of the best workers in the world, the drive and determination of the American people, the resilience of the American people bouncing back from what was the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression -- and it’s also got a little bit to do with some decisions we made pretty early on in my administration.So, just to take an example, many of you know that the auto industry was really in a bad spot when I came into office. And we decided to help our automakers to rebuild, to retool, and they’re now selling new cars at the fastest rate in about eight years. And they’re great cars, too. (Applause.) And that’s helped a lot of communities all across the Midwest. And that’s just one example of what’s been happening to American manufacturing generally.About 10, 15 years ago, everybody said American manufacturing is going downhill, everything is moving to China or other countries. And the Midwest got hit a lot harder than a lot of places because we were the backbone of American manufacturing. But because folks invested in new plants and new technologies, and there were hubs that were created between businesses and universities and community colleges so that workers could master and get trained in some of these new technologies, what we’ve now seen is manufacturing driving economic growth in a way we haven’t seen in about 20-25 years.Because of the efforts that we’ve made, manufacturing as a whole has added about 700,000 new jobs. It’s growing twice as fast as the rest of the economy. New factories are opening their doors. More than half of manufacturing executives have said they’re actively looking to bring jobs back from China. Our businesses are selling more goods overseas than any time in our history. And the reason this is important is not just because of some abstract statistic. Manufacturing jobs have good pay and good benefits.And they create a ripple effect to the whole economy because everybody who’s working here at Millennium Steel, because you’re getting paid well, because you’ve got decent benefits, that means that the restaurants in the neighborhood are doing better. It means you can afford to make your mortgage payments and buy a new car yourself, and buy some new appliances. And you get a virtuous cycle in which all businesses are doing better.To most middle-class folks, the last decade was defined by those jobs going overseas. But if we keep up these investments, then we can define this decade as a period, instead of outsourcing, insourcing -- bringing jobs back to America. And when you ask business executives around the world, what’s the number-one place to invest their money right now, for a long time it was China. Today they say, the best place to invest money is here in the ed States of America. Here in the ed States of America. (Applause.)So there is a lot of good stuff happening in the economy right now. But what we all know is, is that there’s still some challenges -- there’s still some challenges -- because there are still a lot of families where somebody in the family is out of work, or isn’t getting as many hours as they want. There are still a lot of folks who, at the end of the month, are having trouble paying the bills. And wages and incomes have not moved up as fast as all the gains we’re making in jobs and productivity. Too much of the growth in income and wealth is going to the very top; not enough of it is being sp to the ordinary worker.And that means that we’ve still got some more work to do to put in place policies that make sure that the economy works not just for the few, but it works for everybody; and that if you work hard you’re going to be able to pay the bills, you’re going to be able to retire with some dignity and some respect, you can send your kids to school without having to worry about it. That’s what we’ve got to be working on -- making sure that no matter who you are, where you started, you can make it here in America. That’s what the American Dream is all about. (Applause.)201505/376619Hi, everybody. 大家好!Every day, we get thousands of letters and emails at the White House from Americans across the country-and every night, I ten of them. 每天,我在白宫都会收到来自全国各地无数的来信,每天晚上,我都会选出其中的十封认真阅读。They tell me about their hopes and their worries, their hardships and successes. 人们告诉我他们的期望和担忧,困难和成就。Theyre the Americans Im working for every day-and this year, several of these letter writers will join me at the Capitol when I deliver my annual State of the Union Address on Tuesday night.他们是我为之务的美国人民,今年,他们当中的一部分人将与我一起前往国会山,出席我在那里每年一度的国情咨文演讲,时间就在下周二的晚上。Carolyn Reed wrote to me from Colorado to tell me she was able to expand her business, thanks to a loan from the Small Business Administration. 卡罗琳·里德从科罗拉多给我写信,告诉我他的生意规模又扩大了,这要感谢中小企业给她提供的贷款。Today, she and her husband own seven Silver Mine Sub Shops-and last year, they raised wages for all their hourly employees.现在,她和她丈夫拥有7家银矿快餐店,去年,他们还给所有的计时工涨了工资。Victor Fugate, from Butler, Missouri, wrote to tell me that he was unemployed for a while a few years ago, but today hes earned his degree and found a full-time job. 维克多·福盖特是密苏里州巴特勒人,他写信告诉我他几年前失业了,但现在他获得了一份学位并找到了一份全职工作。Victor said that he and his wife were able to afford their student loans because our country offered millions of Americans the chance to cap their monthly payments as a percentage of their income-and, because of the Affordable Care Act, they now have the security and peace of mind of affordable health insurance.维克多说他和他妻子之所以能够还得起助学贷款,正是因为国家给了他们机会,使得月度还款额限定在他们收入的一定比例之内。此外,由于有了《平价医疗保险法》,现在他们也有了医疗保险,内心也得到了安宁和平静。While serving in Afghanistan, Jason Gibson was gravely wounded-he lost both his legs.杰森·吉布森曾经在阿富汗战场役,他光荣受伤,失去了双腿。When I first met him in the hospital, he was just beginning his long, difficult road to recovery. 当我第一次在医院看到他时,他漫长而痛苦的康复治疗才刚刚开始。But last year, Sergeant Gibson wrote to tell me that with the help of our extraordinary doctors and nurses, hes making extraordinary progress. 但就在去年,吉布森军士写信告诉我说,在优秀的医护人员的治疗和照顾下,他的身体恢复的很好。He just moved into a new home, and he and his wife just had a baby girl.现在他搬进了新家,跟他妻子也生下了一位千金。Stories like these give us reason to start the new year with confidence.这些故事让我们有信心开启新的一年。2014 was the fastest year for job growth since the 1990s. 2014年是自上世纪90年代以来就业增长最快的一年。Unemployment fell faster than any year since 1984. 失业率也下降到1984年以来的最低。Our combat mission in Afghanistan has come to a responsible end, and more of our heroes are coming home. 我们在阿富汗的战争也正式结束,我们英勇的战士们正陆续回国。Americas resurgence is real.美国复苏的步伐坚定而有力。Our job now is to make sure that every American feels that theyre a part of our countrys comeback. 现在,我们的任务就是要确保每一个美国人都能感受到强大的美国回归的力量。Thats what Ill focus on in my State of the Union-how to build on our momentum, with rising wages, growing incomes, and a stronger middle class. 这将是我在国情咨文中要重点阐述的内容,我们要形成我们的发展动力,提高工资水平,增加国民收入,打造壮大的中产阶级。And Ill call on this new Congress to join me in putting aside the political games and finding areas where we agree so we can deliver for the American people.我会呼吁新一届国会与我一起,搁置政治斗争,寻求共识,在诸多领域开展合作,为美国人民务。The last six years have demanded resilience and sacrifice from all of us. 过去的六年里,所有人都很不畏艰难,不怕牺牲。All of us have a right to be proud of the progress America has made. 我们所有人都有权利为美国取得的成就而感到自豪。And I hope youll tune in on Tuesday to hear about the steps we can take to build on this progress, and to seize this moment together.我希望大家能在周二的晚上收听我的演讲,我将阐述为实现这些目标,我们将采取的措施和需要共同把握的机遇。Thanks everybody, and have a great weekend.谢谢大家,祝周末愉快! 201501/355339

Mine moved quickly 我的世界变化很快yours moves even more quickly 你的世界变化更快As traditional structures are breaking down 在这个传统结构正被打破的时代leadership has to evolve as well 领导班子也需要演变from hierarchy to shared responsibility 从设立阶层到责任共享from command and control to listening and guiding 从命令与控制到聆听和引导Youve been trained by this great institution 你在HBS这个伟大的学院学习not just to be part of these trends 不仅是为了能够跟上浪潮but to lead 更重要的是能去引领潮流As you lead in this new world 当你在这个新世界里乘风破浪时you will not be able to rely on who you are or the degree you hold 你能依靠的不是你是谁 也不是你的学位Youll have to rely on what you know 你要依靠的是你的知识Your strength will not come from your place on some org chart 你的力量不会源自你在公司的位置your strength will come from building trust and earning respect 而来自于建立信任 获得尊敬Youre going to need talent, skill, and imagination and vision 你会需要天赋 技能 想象力和视野But more than anything else 不过最最重要的是youre going to need the ability to communicate authentically 具有真诚沟通的能力to speak so that you inspire the people around you 既能鼓舞你身边的人and to listen 又能聆听他们的建议so that you continue to learn each and every day on the job 在每一天的工作中不断学习进步If you watch young children 如果你留意小孩youll immediately notice how honest they are 你会立刻发现他们是多么的诚实My friend Betsy from my section 我的一个HBS小组里的朋友Betsya few years after business school was pregnant with her second child 在毕业后几年怀上了第二个孩子And her first child, Sam, was about five 她的第一个小孩 Sam 那时大概五岁and he looked around and said, Sam环视了下她问Mommy, where is the baby? 妈妈 小宝宝在哪里啊?She said, The baby is in my tummy 她说 小宝宝在我肚子里He said, Really? 他说 真的么?Arent the babys arms in your arms? 难道小宝宝的手不在你的手里?She said, No, the babys in my tummy 她说 不 小宝宝在我肚子里Really? Are the babys legs in your legs? 真的?小宝宝的腿不在你腿里?No, the whole baby is in my tummy 不 整个宝宝都在我肚子里啊And he said, Mommy 然后她说 妈妈what is growing in your butt? 为什么你的屁股越来越大?201511/409497

The reality is, in Western countries, quite often we do focus on the pursuit of happiness as if happiness is something that we have to go out -- an object that were supposed to get, or maybe many objects. Actually, in fact, if you look in the dictionary, many dictionaries define pursuit as to ;chase with hostility.; Do we pursue happiness with hostility? Good question. But back to Bhutan.事实上是,在西方国家,通常我们注重对快乐的追求正如快乐是一种我们必须非常从外部才能得到的一种我们我们理应得到的东西,和很多其他的东西一样而事实上,如果你查查字典看一下的话,许多字典把这种追求定义为“带着敌意的追逐”。我们是带着对抗的情绪追求快乐的么?问的好。再回到不丹。Bhutans bordered on its north and south by 38 percent of the worlds population. Could this little country, like a startup in a mature industry, be the spark plug that influences a 21st century of middle-class in China and India? Bhutans created the ultimate export, a new global currency of well-being, and there are 40 countries around the world today that are studying their own GNH. You may have heard, this last fall Nicolas Sarkozy in France announcing the results of an 18-month study by two Nobel economists, focusing on happiness and wellness in France. Sarkozy suggested that world leaders should stop myopically focusing on GDP and consider a new index, what some French are calling a ;joie de vivre index.; I like it. Co-branding opportunities.实际上,在不丹南边和北边的边境生存着这个世界百分之38的人口。这个小国在一个成熟的工业社会中刚刚起步,就放出万丈光芒,影响了整个二十一世纪的中国和印度的中产阶级?不丹实际上创造了一种终极的输出,一种新的全球通用的福祉。这个世界上有40个国家正在研究他们自己的GNH。你也许听过,去年的秋天法国的尼古拉·萨科齐,宣布了获得了诺贝尔奖的经济学家一项18个月研究的研究结果,这项研究关注于法国的快乐和幸福。萨科奇提出世界的领导人应该停止目光短浅地只关注GDP关注一种新的指数,法国人称之为“幸福指数”我喜欢这个提法。一个品牌合作的机会。Just three days ago, three days ago here at TED, we had a simulcast of David Cameron, potentially the next prime minister of the UK, ing one of my favorite speeches of all-time, Robert Kennedys poetic speech from 1968 when he suggested that were myopically focused on the wrong thing and that GDP is a misplaced metric. So it suggests that the momentum is shifting.就在三天前,在我来的TED的三天前,我们和大卫.喀麦隆有一个同时联播节目,他可能是下任英国首相,引用了一个我最爱的一句演讲,罗伯特肯尼迪在1968年的诗歌演讲当时他提出我们只把目光放在那些错误的事情上GDP是一个错位的度量标准。这预示着动机发生了转变。201402/275419

So, I say to you, forget about the fast lane. If you really want to fly, just harness your power to your passion. Honor your calling. Everybody has one. Trust your heart and success will come to you.因此我要对你们说,忘掉那些快车道吧。如果你真的想要飞翔,就把力量投入到你的当中。尊重你内心的召唤。每一个人都会有内心的召唤。相信你的内心,你就会取得成功。So, how do I define success? Let me tell you, moneys pretty nice. Im not going to stand up here and tell you that its not about money, because money is very nice. I like money. Its good for buying things.那么我是如何定义成功的呢?让我告诉你,钱是好东西。我站在这里,不会告诉你们成功与钱无关,因为钱是好东西。我喜欢钱。它能买东西。But having a lot of money does not automatically make you a successful person. What you want is money and meaning. You want your work to be meaningful. Because meaning is what brings the real richness to your life. What you really want is to be surrounded by people you trust and treasure and by people who cherish you. Thats when youre really rich.但是拥有很多钱并不能让你自动成为成功的人。除了钱,你还需要实现人生的意义。你应该让工作更加有意义,因为有意义使你的生活更加充实。你真正希望得到的是,你信任的、珍视的人以及珍视你的人围绕你左右。这才是你真正富有的时候。So, lesson one, follow your feelings. If it feels right, move forward. If it doesnt feel right, dont do it.因此,我人生的第一个教训就是跟随自己的感觉。如果感觉对了,那就继续前进。如果感觉不对,就不要做了。Now I want to talk a little bit about failings, because nobodys journey is seamless or smooth. We all stumble. We all have setbacks. If things go wrong, you hit a dead end--as you will--its just lifes way of saying time to change course. So, ask every failure--this is what I do--every failure, every crisis, every difficult time--I say, what is this here to teach me? And as soon as you get the lesson, you got to move on. If you really get the lesson, you pass and you dont have to repeat the class. If you dont get the lesson, it shows up wearing another pair of pants--or skirt--to give you some remedial work.现在我想谈谈失败。人的一生不可能一帆风顺。我们都会跌倒,我们都会遭受挫折。如果事情搞砸了,你不幸走进了死胡同——这意味着——生活在以自己的方式提醒你要改变路线。所以,每当遭遇失败、危机和困境时,我都会问,从这些挫折中我学会了什么?而且只要你吸取了教训,你就会继续前进。如果你真正得到了教训,就会顺利通过考验,不再重蹈覆辙。反之,失败就会以另外一种形式出现——让你再尝苦果,让你做些补救工作。 /201311/265760

Close encounter four: the Algarve,遭遇四:阿尔加瓦Portugal, 1991.葡萄牙,1991.Some years later, I and this woman --许多年过后,我和这个女人--well call her ;Catherine Fletcher; --我们将称她为“Catherine Fletcher”-went traveling through the south of Portugal together.我们穿越葡萄牙南部去旅行.We stayed in old, crumbling, walled cities,我们住在古老的摇摇欲坠的围城里.in tiny little hotels,在小旅馆里,and we would climb up to the roof and drink Vinho Verde我们爬到屋顶喝着葡萄牙清酒and watch the sun set and play checkers.看日落玩跳棋.What? Did we do this? Really? Does anyone do this?什么?我们做了这些么?真的么?有人会做这样的事情么?We went to some topless beaches.我们去了沙滩边.Excuse me? No, not in my life.醒醒?我不是在做梦吧.For what its worth, we went to Sagres,不论真伪.我们去了葡萄牙,which was considered, at the time, to be the end of the world.这被认为是,世界末日.And there I was chased by a pack of feral dogs on the dock,在那里我被野追咬,and the lead dog bit me on the ass,最后领头的咬了我的屁股,requiring me to go to a strange Portuguese clinic他们带我去一个陌生的葡萄牙诊所and receive an ass shot.接受屁股的治疗.Make of that what you will.你可以合理的遐想一下.Our last day in Portugal,在葡萄牙的最后一天,we were in the district capital of Faro,我们在葡萄牙的首府,and Catherine decided that she wanted to go to the beachCatherine想去海滩转一圈one last time.最后一圈.Now, Faro is a bustling little city,Faro是个热闹的小城市,and to get to the beach, she explained, you would have to take她说去海边要乘公交车a bus and then a boat.再换乘个小船.And did I want to come with?你愿意跟我一起去么?But I was exhausted and dog-bitten, and so I said, ;No.;我摸着被咬坏的屁股已经筋疲力尽了,我说;我不去了.;I remember what she looked like before she left.至今我还记得她黯然离开时失望的眼神.The freckles had grown这个雀斑女已经长大and multiplied on her face and shoulders,雀斑在她的脸庞和肩头上倍增,clustering into a kind of a tan.汇聚成一种巧克力色.A tan, we were both tan --结果我们皮肤都晒成了巧克力色.is this true?这是真的吗?Her eyes were extra bright and extra blue, as a result.她的眼睛是蓝色的格外的亮,最后.She was smiling.她笑了.She was a single woman about to go alone into a country,一个单身女人独自到一个陌生的国家,not even speaking the language,甚至没有相通的语言,to travel alone by bus and boat独自乘着公车和小船去旅行to go to a beach she did not know去一个连她自己都不知道在哪的海滩or had never seen.或者她从未见过.I loved her, and then she went out我爱她,当她走到那个奇怪的into that strange, alien land.外星人领域.It took me some time to come to my senses.我重新整理了我的思绪.I had my own ;lost time; moment,我有属于我的;失忆时段;,where I woke up and suddenly realized我突然醒了,意识到it was very late in the day, almost dinnertime,时间已经不早了,差不多到了晚饭时间,and she had not come back.但她还没回来Nervous, I went down to the street to look for her.我感到不安,于是上街去找她.Now, I did not speak Portuguese.现在,我不会葡萄牙语.I did not know where the beach was.我也不知道沙滩在哪?I could not call her on a cell phone because this was 1991,我同样不能打电话给她因为那是1991年,and the aliens had not given us that technology yet.那时外星人也没给我们这项技术.I realized that the day would only have我意识到这一天只有two possible outcomes:只有两种可能的结果:either Catherine would come back to the hotel, Catherine自己回到小旅馆or she would never come back to the hotel.或者她再也不回来了.And so I sat down to wait.我只能坐下来等.I did not watch the skies, but the very end of the street我没有注视着天空,而是盯着街道的尽头where the buses and cars and pedestrians那里的公车汽车和行人and little scooters were moving along.和小踏板车在前行着.And I watched those constellations shift,我看着那些星球的转变,hoping that they would part and I would see her face.多希望他们能让我看到你的脸.It was at that moment,就在那一刻,in that very small town of 30,000 or so,在一个容纳30000人的小镇上,that I truly appreciated the vastness of the universe我真正欣赏到宇宙的浩瀚and the searching we might do in it.搜寻我们想要的.And thats when the Liberians came along.那时利比里亚人走了过来.Five young men -- all laughing, happy, traveling together,5个年轻人--他们都开心的笑着同行,coming back to this hotel where they were staying.回到他们的住所.One of them was named Joseph, and he asked me其中一个名叫Joseph,他问我我来做什么,what was I doing, and I explained.我向他解释.And he said, ;Dont worry.; He was sure that Catherine would be safe.他说,;不要担心,;他确信Catherine是安全的.But he did not seem so very sure,但他看起来不太确信,for he sat down to wait with me.因为他跟我一起坐下来.And for the next two hours, they all waited with me:接下来的两个小时,他们和我一起等待.taking turns, going up to their room, coming back,他们轮流来我房间telling me jokes, distracting me.讲笑话安慰我,分散我的注意力.Two hours, they gave me a message.两小时后,他们给我捎口信.We are not alone.我们并不孤独.And then, in the middle of a sentence, at the very birth of twilight,这时,字里行间之中让人感到暮光的开始.I turned and looked down the street.我转过身来,看着街上.The stars aligned, and she came back.星星排成一排,她回来了.She was smiling. She did not understand why I was so worried.她笑着,她并不知道我为何而难过.Neither did the Liberians,利比里亚人也不理解,although there was a huge amount of relief in their laughter他们的笑声里有着很多的宽慰.as they clapped us on the back, and went back up to their room他们在心底为我们鼓掌,默默回到房间and left us alone in the street, holding hands.让我们独自在街上,手牵手.An event like this leaves a scar on the memory,这像记忆中的伤痛,much like a piece of alien technology被一个叫做;葡萄牙的医生;的人that has been inserted into your buttocks把一块外星人的高科技by a ;Portuguese doctor.;植入到你的臀部.And even now, a decade and a half later,即使到现在,15年以后,even now that we are married,我们结婚了,I look for her still, whenever she is not in the room.我随时找她时她仍不在房间.And even though, I think youll agree, it is probable我认为你也同意,that during the time she was away,很可能是在她外出时,she was kidnapped and replaced by an alien clone,被外星人绑架甚至克隆,I love her and wait for her still.但我会一直爱她,等着她.Thank you for your kind attention.感谢您的关注.201506/382031

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