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I am honored to be with you today at your commencement from one of the finest universities in the world. Truth be told, I never graduated from college. and, this is the closest I’ve ever gotten to a college graduation. Today I want to tell you three stories from my life. That’s it. No big deal. Just three stories. The first story is about connecting the dots. I dropped out of Reed College after the first 6 months, but then stayed around as a drop-in for another 18 months or so before I really quit. So why did I drop out? It started before I was born. My biological mother was a young, unwed college graduate student, and she decided to put me up for adoption. She felt very strongly that I should be adopted by college graduates, so everything was all set for me to be adopted at birth by a lawyer and his wife. Except that when I popped out they decided at the last minute that they really wanted a girl. So my parents, who were on a waiting list, got a call in the middle of the night asking: “We have an unexpected baby boy; do you want him?” They said: “Of course.” My biological mother later found out that my mother had never graduated from college and that my father had never graduated from high school. She refused to sign the final adoption papers. She only relented a few months later when my parents promised that I would someday go to college. And 17 years later I did go to college. But I naively chose a college that was almost as expensive as Stanford, and all of my working-class parents’ savings were being spent on my college tuition. After six months, I couldn’t see the value in it. I had no idea what I wanted to do with my life and no idea how college was going to help me figure it out. And here I was spending all of the money my parents had saved their entire life. So I decided to drop out and trust that it would all work out OK. It was pretty scary at the time, but looking back it was one of the best decisions I ever made. The minute I dropped out I could stop taking the required classes that didn’t interest me, and begin dropping in on the ones that looked interesting. It wasn’t all romantic. I didn’t have a dorm room, so I slept on the floor in friends’ rooms, I returned Coke bottles for the 5¢ deposits to buy food with, and I would walk the 7 miles across town every Sunday night to get one good meal a week at the Hare Krishna temple. I loved it. And much of what I stumbled into by following my curiosity and intuition turned out to be priceless later on. Let me give you one example: Reed College at that time offered perhaps the best calligraphy instruction in the country. Throughout the campus every poster, every label on every drawer, was beautifully hand calligraphed. Because I had dropped out and didn’t have to take the normal classes, I decided to take a calligraphy class to learn how to do this. I learned about serif and sans serif typefaces, about varying the amount of space between different letter combinations, about what makes great typography great. It was beautiful, historical, artistically subtle in a way that science can’t capture, and I found it fascinating. None of this had even a hope of any practical application in my life. But 10 years later, when we were designing the first Macintosh computer, it all came back to me. And we designed it all into the Mac. It was the first computer with beautiful typography. If I had never dropped in on that single course in college, the Mac would have never had multiple typefaces or proportionally spaced fonts. And since Windows just copied the Mac, it’s likely that no personal computer would have them. If I had never dropped out, I would have never dropped in on this calligraphy class, and personal computers might not have the wonderful typography that they do. Of course it was impossible to connect the dots looking forward when I was in college. But it was very, very clear looking backward 10 years later. Again, you can’t connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect them looking backward. So you have to trust that the dots will somehow connect in your future. You have to trust in somethingyour gut, destiny, life, karma, whatever. This approach has never let me down, and it has made all the difference in my life. My second story is about love and loss. I was lucky — I found what I loved to do early in life. Woz and I started Apple in my parents’ garage when I was 20. We worked hard, and in 10 years Apple had grown from just the two of us in a garage into a $2 billion company with over 4,000 employees. We had just released our finest creation — the Macintosh — a year earlier, and I had just turned 30. And then I got fired. How can you get fired from a company you started? Well, as Apple grew we hired someone who I thought was very talented to run the company with me, and for the first year or so things went well. But then our visions of the future began to diverge and eventually we had a falling out. When we did, our Board of Directors sided with him. So at 30 I was out. And very publicly out. What had been the focus of my entire adult life was gone, and it was devastating. I really didn’t know what to do for a few months. I felt that I had let the previous generation of entrepreneurs down — that I had dropped the baton as it was being passed to me. I met with David Packard and Bob Noyce and tried to apologize for screwing up so badly. I was a very public failure, and I even thought about running away from the valley. But something slowly began to dawn on me — I still loved what I did. The turn of events at Apple had not changed that one bit. I had been rejected, but I was still in love. And so I decided to start over. I didn’t see it then, but it turned out that getting fired from Apple was the best thing that could have ever happened to me. The heaviness of being successful was replaced by the lightness of being a beginner again, less sure about everything. It freed me to enter one of the most creative periods of my life. During the next five years, I started a company named NeXT, another company named Pixar, and fell in love with an amazing woman who would become my wife. Pixar went on to create the world’s first computer animated feature film, Toy Story, and is now the most successful animation studio in the world. In a remarkable turn of events, Apple bought NeXT, I returned to Apple, and the technology we developed at NeXT is at the heart of Apple’s current renaissance. And Laurene and I have a wonderful family together. I’m pretty sure none of this would have happened if I hadn’t been fired from Apple. It was awful tasting medicine, but I guess the patient needed it. Sometimes life hits you in the head with a brick. Don’t lose faith. I’m convinced that the only thing that kept me going was that I loved what I did. You’ve got to find what you love. And that is as true for your work as it is for your lovers. Your work is going to fill a large part of your life, and the only way to be truly satisfied is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work is to love what you do. If you haven’t found it yet, keep looking. Don’t settle. As with all matters of the heart, youll know when you find it. And, like any great relationship, it just gets better and better as the years roll on. So keep looking until you find it. Don’t settle. My third story is about death. When I was 17, I read a quote that went something like: “If you live each day as if it was your last, someday youll most certainly be right.” It made an impression on me, and since then, for the past 33 years, I have looked in the mirror every morning and asked myself: “If today were the last day of my life, would I want to do what I am about to do today?” And whenever the answer has been “No” for too many days in a row, I know I need to change something. Remembering that I’ll be dead soon is the most important tool I’ve ever encountered to help me make the big choices in life. Because almost everythingall external expectations, all pride, all fear of embarrassment or failure — these things just fall away in the face of death, leaving only what is truly important. Remembering that you are going to die is the best way I know to avoid the trap of thinking you have something to lose. You are already naked. There is no reason not to follow your heart. About a year ago I was diagnosed with cancer. I had a scan at 7:30 in the morning, and it clearly showed a tumor on my pancreas. I didn’t even know what a pancreas was. The doctors told me this was almost certainly a type of cancer that is incurable, and that I should expect to live no longer than three to six months. My doctor advised me to go home and get my affairs in order, which is doctor’s code for prepare to die. It means to try to tell your kids everything you thought you’d have the next 10 years to tell them in just a few months. It means to make sure everything is buttoned up so that it will be as easy as possible for your family. It means to say your goodbyes. I lived with that diagnosis all day. Later that evening I had a biopsy, where they stuck an endoscope down my throat, through my stomach and into my intestines, put a needle into my pancreas and got a few cells from the tumor. I was sedated, but my wife, who was there, told me that when they viewed the cells under a microscope the doctors started crying because it turned out to be a very rare form of pancreatic cancer that is curable with surgery. I had the surgery and I’m fine now. This was the closest I’ve been to facing death, and I hope it’s the closest I get for a few more decades. Having lived through it, I can now say this to you with a bit more certainty than when death was a useful but purely intellectual concept: No one wants to die. Even people who want to go to heaven don’t want to die to get there. And yet death is the destination we all share. No one has ever escaped it. And that is as it should be, because Death is very likely the single best invention of Life. It is Life’s change agent. It clears out the old to make way for the new. Right now the new is you, but someday not too long from now, you will gradually become the old and be cleared away. Sorry to be so dramatic, but it is quite true. Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life. Don’t be trapped by dogma — which is living with the results of other people’s thinking. Don’t let the noise of others’ opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary. When I was young, there was an amazing publication called The Whole Earth Catalog, which was one of the bibles of my generation It was created by a fellow named Stewart Brand not far from here in Menlo Park, and he brought it to life with his poetic touch. This was in the late 1960s, before personal computers and desktop publishing, so it was all made with typewriters, scissors and Polaroid cameras. It was sort of like Google in paperback form, 35 years before Google came along: It was idealistic, and overflowing with neat tools and great notions. Stewart and his team put out several issues of The Whole Earth Catalog, and then when it had run its course, they put out a final issue. It was the mid-1970s, and I was your age. On the back cover of their final issue was a photograph of an early morning country road, the kind you might find yourself hitchhiking on if you were so adventurous. Beneath it were the words: “Stay Hungry. Stay Foolish.” It was their farewell message as they signed off. Stay Hungry. Stay Foolish. And I have always wished that for myself. And now, as you graduate to begin anew, I wish that for you. Stay Hungry. Stay Foolish. Thank you all very much.








Sky and cloud. Haven't seen those in a while.

A gentle breeze and soar birds. Haven't felt those in a while.


mで終わる英語過去分詞形はswumしかない はず









ng : rung,sung;clung,swungなど

nk,ck : drunk,sunk;stuck,struckなど








Although I am a college college student but recently I went to the test site of the Futamata River by the license renewal I was suddenly inverse of an Afro hair woman like Esperanza Spalding but my hair style was so beautiful but my face was so beautiful that I exchanged the tension and exchanged the line that day Although I broke up but the message arrived and it was invitation of the gong consomme so it got even more tension Soon after talking to the department's friends I gathered members and gathered at the private room pub in Ikebukuro yesterday Esperanza Spalding Because I got urgent, I joined up late, so I started drinking with men and women 3, for the time being, for the time being I started to drink 4 girls 3 and the situation of the three girls was obviously crazy and everyone's cute but the face is cute, but the behavior has been consistently suspicious and constantly dull Absolutely by moderation We are not trying to fit together what the matter These children are becoming uneasy but I come with pins at once so that they are all virgins and not quite accustomed to men so I think they are getting nervous so tense If that happens, the men are reincarnated again in the meaning that it is exciting but even if we struggle hard we can not relax their tensions, oh well, if you are confused with what you've done already Unexpected development One of three visited us to take out the booklet from the bag as a matter of fact and began to distribute it to our male team and it seems that if we look closely it is a group name that we have never heard of as an admission guide for emerging religion but we are staggering as to what I got to say that they started to recruit us seriously and spirited about the wonder of the cult and the greatness of the guru and the depth of history and the appreciation of the interests But all three of the girls changed their hands a little while ago and now we are relaxing and we have to stay silent for the time being silent as soon as we go into time like hell and fall apart suddenly the branch of the private room suddenly As the girls screamed at once with all the girls shouting "Guru-sama!" As they all looked at, look at them and wear a rag in the whole body and gods of Afrohair with a golden stick stand standing and see well with Esperanza Spalding While placing a nice smile on the placard, "There is a great success! Although it was all written as it was written as it was all It was a genuine thing seemed to be the entrance guidance of the cult but if it asked what you want to do is to cooperate with friends of the design major, The greetings and the history of the cult and so forth are written carefully and photographs and illustrations are abundantly used and the layout is also getting stuck. I thought that this wasteful energy pouring condition is usually thoughtful but usually they are beauty and theater theater circle Doing it and it seems to be an actor fellow there, just a while ago I came up with this fake religion Dokkari and looked for a target It seemed me that I was captured in the truth so it seems that three of my friends took care of the collaboration but since I was made a solicitude Girls who were suspiciously behaviorally suspicious because they got tension relaxed at once Espana spallding was also funky at the highest Espana Spalling was also funky so I was already enjoying it too much I drunk quite drinking I felt memory flew from the way I seemed to have collapsed apparently but when I woke up 4 men were at an internet cafe and everyone remembered too much I am not sure, girls are not found anywhere Even if I line it to Esperanza Spalding I will not be read Alright, while thinking that gossip with beauty students is dangerous, I wrote this in a private room of a net cafe now.


私は大学生ですが、最近は二代目川の試験場に免許更新で行きました。私は突然エスペランサ・スパルディングのようなアフロ髪の女性とは逆でしたが、私の髪型はとても美しいですが、私の顔はとてもきれいでしたその日に緊張を交わしてその日のラインを交換しましたが、メッセージが届きましたが、それはゴングコンソムの招待で、もっと緊張しました。すぐに部署の友人と話した後、私はメンバーを集め、池袋プライベートルームパブに集まりました昨日エスペランサ・スパルディング緊急事態になったので、私は遅く入社したので、当分の間、私は男女3人で飲み始めました。私は4人の女の子3を飲み始めました.3人の女の子の状況は明らかに狂っていました。誰もがかわいいが、顔はかわいいですが、その行動は一貫して疑わしく、常に鈍いです。絶対に適度には私たちは一緒に取り組もうとしていません。不安ですが、私は一度にピンを持ってくるので、彼らはすべて処女であり、男性にはあまり慣れていないので、彼らは緊張していると思います。そのようなことが起きれば、男性は再び興奮するという意味で生まれ変わりますあなたがすでに行ったことと混同している場合は、緊張を緩和することはできません。予期せぬ開発3人のうち1人が、実際にバッグから小冊子を取り出して、男性に配布し始めました私たちが密接に見ると、それは新興宗教入学ガイドとしては聞いたことのないグループ名ですが、私たち真剣私たち募集し始めると言うことを驚かせていますカルトの偉大さと歴史の深さと利益尊重しかし、少女の3人はすべて少し前に手を変え、今はリラックスしているので、私たちは静かなまま静かにしなければならないすぐw地獄のように時間が掛かり、突然個室の枝が崩壊する突然、女の子たちが一瞬に叫んで「女達さま」と叫んだ。彼らが見ているように、それらを見て、全身にぼかしをかけ、アフロヘアの神々を金色の杖で立って立て、Esperanza Spaldingとよく会ってください。プラカードに素敵な笑顔を浮かべている間、「大成功です!それはすべて書かれたようにすべて書かれていました。それはカルトの入口指針と思われる本物のものでしたが、あなたがしたいことを尋ねるなら、デザイン専攻の友人と協力することです、挨拶歴史写真イラスト豊富に使われてレイアウトも詰まっているこの無駄エネルギー注ぎ込みは普通思慮深いと思っていましたが、通常は美しさと演劇劇場サークルですそこの俳優になってください、ちょっと前に、私はこの偽の宗教のDokkariを思いついて目標を探しました。私は真実に捕らえられたようでしたので、3人の友人が協力してくれたようです私は恋人となったので、疑わしい行動が疑わしい女の子たちは緊張感を緩和していたので、Españaも最高のファンキーであった。Spallingもファンキーだったので、私はすでにそれを楽しんでいた。私は明らかに崩壊したようでしたが、私が目を覚ましたときインターネットカフェに4人の男性がいて、みんながあまりにも多くを思い出していました。私はよく分からない、女の子はどこにも見られません。私はEsperanza Spaldingに行けても、美容師とのゴシップ危険だと思って、ネットカフェプライベートルームにこれを書きました。







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すべてdかtで終わる。特に末尾tで短母音のものが多い。get,sitが含まれないことに注意。形が1種類で覚えやすいが,英文中の「have put」「is put」等を見てもビビらない心構えが必要

bet * bust * cast cost cut
hit knit! let put quit *
set shit *# shut sweat * thrust
wet* burst * hurt beat # bid #
clad glid * rid* shed spread


plead *#pled
speed !sped
tread #trod
find found
grind ground
wind wound
chide *#chid
slide #slid
hold held
stand stood
abide *abode
plead *#plead


bend bent
lend lent
rend rent
send sent
spend spent
build built
geld *gelt
gird *girt


light *lit
meet met
shoot shot
get #got
shit *#shat


lay laid
pay paid
say said
sell sold
tell told
hear heard
flee fled
shoe *shod
baa *baa'd
have had


keep kept
sleep slept
weep wept
creep crept
kneel *knelt
sweep swept
leave left
bereave !bereft
cleave *#cleft
deal dealt
mean meant
dream *dreamt
lean *leant
leap *leapt
lose lost
spoil *spoilt
burn *burnt
learn *learnt
dwell dwelt
smell *smelt
spell *spelt
spill *spilt
drip *dript
grip *gript
wrap *wrapt
pen *pent


beseech *besought
buy bought
overwork *overwrought
seek sought
think thought
teach taught


grow grewgrown
know knewknown
throw threwthrown
strive strovestriven
thrive *throvethriven
see sawseen
give gavegiven
fall fellfallen
do diddone


grave *gravedgraven
hew *hewedhewn
mow *mowedmown
prove *provedproven
saw *sawedsawn
sew *sewedsewn
shave *shavedshaven
show *showedshown
sow *sowedsown
strew *strewedstrewn


break brokebroken
cleave *#clovecloven
freeze frozefrozen
speak spokespoken
steal stolestolen
weave !wovewoven
shrink #shrunkshrunken
wake wokewoken
bear !boreborn
tear toretorn
bear !boreborne


smite #smotesmitten
ride roderidden
bite bitbitten
chide *#chidchidden
bid #badebidden
forbid #forbadeforbidden
forbid #forbadforbidden
get #gotgotten


slay slewslain
shear *shearedshorn
swell *swelledswollen
tread #treadedtrodden


drink drankdrunk
shrink #shrankshrunk
spring #sprangsprung
stink #stankstunk
swim swamswum


slink slunk
spling #splung
stink stunk
hang !hung
dig dug
strike struck
heave !hove
reeve *rove
stave *stove
shine !shone
dive *dovedived
smite #smotesmit
beat #beatbeaten
come camecome



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This is the secret of my life

I think of how it all was made

Each detail of this world portrayed

in verse of color, every sight and sound

the wide blue sky and the immobile ground.

It's all too great to understand.

The moon, with one stroke of his hand,

started to glow and all the stars appeared.

How did it all end up here?

I am here at this crucial time

Hope I'll find what I came to find

And destined to be

We are meant to be

I have to find my way

This is the secret of my life

Learn to love and always seek for what is right

And learn all things changes

Some flowers die while others grow

Some myths are only seem, not held

There are lots of things I still don't know

I feel your gentle smile sometimes

but no, I can't go back in time

I won't fight, even all these lonely tears,

'cause they allow me to be close to you.

Summer turns cold. Red leaves fly by.

Seasons change, but they don't ask why.

All part of this place. Long nights before the dawn.

And I have your song.

This is the secret of my life

Learn to love and always seek for what is right

And learn all things changes

Some flowers die while others grow

Some myths are only seem, not held

Seldom understood, but felt.

I know that you must think of me.

So you are never far. I can be where you are.

This is the secret of my life

Learn to love and always seek for what is right

All life must change, just like water falls

and turns to clouds again.

Some myths are lost and some return.

There are lots of things I still must learn.


Along the way, thank you

Do all the way, the dream all the way, and read all the way, the injury all the way, the youth of this shore, I eyebrow XinWei cu, listening to the wind tells the years of the past; Go all the way, appreciate all the way, listen to all the way, drunk all the way, time of the other side, you gently walk, bring me for my whole life the oath. Smile, as a jade, just like the cold winter la month of a warming Yang; Words, amiable and gentle, like stroke and a wisp of spring breeze; The heart, clear as bright, filled with tolerance and forthright.

In the boundless huge crowd, you I meet by chance, and then silence who know each other, as world all the fate, we own the roaming in, repeated a story of others. Looking at today's you and me, read the yesterday's he and she, original all is so similar to the ends of the earth, the same scene, every moment thousands of deduction. The different stage, the same script, different actors, the same lines, perhaps, that is what the world had said the world of mortals.

Life, seems to be a little spring and fall streams, no waves without wind, go light, so of the day, that you and I, is I have dreamed of. But he is always thinking of, perhaps our stories will be something different, always feel, I want life probably shouldn't so, always think, and the story you and I should deducing other wonderful. Perhaps this is the so-called is not satisfied with it.

Not content with me, occasionally also play a song in life all much ado about nothing. The occasional upset, the occasional sentimentality, occasionally sad sorrow bosom, such me, sometimes not even willing to tolerance, but you will always smiled and said it doesn't matter. A that's ok, covers the you to my tolerance. Thank you, thank you willing to listen to me, thank you willing to understand me, thank you for your concern and care of understanding.

Along the way, just behind the one season blossom has collected, have already in the years flows through place vanished, lift. Magging issues.it, those flowers, then no longer in those days Ming yan; Walk off, those figure, also do not know when from my life disappear; For a around, those familiar with smile, and those who agreed upon oath, and has set up a file in the baptism of the mood swept away. Looking back, QiFengChuYu also only you have been, from beginning to end with reckless abandon.

I know, you are always on, maybe not at nearby, but has lived in my heart. You are in my heart, so, I count the mirror in flower, and cicadas in the eyes of the tender you smile and looked at on the water, and know that you SiQi born rich, and son ChengYue vow.

You know, more than any other, I in the character of the much a slightly thin cool. Those who love, I do not say, and not understand; Those good, I don't talk, and not unknown; Those who warm, those carefully, I pretended that I don't know, but one can see in the eye, and talks to heart. I'm not good at expressing, doesn't mean I don't have felt in the heart, on the contrary, a warm action, a concern of look in the eyes, a warm words, of all things, I kept away, and put it in my heart.

Since always, all don't understand you in my life to a role play, from that year to now, you and I walked all the way from strangers, to close right now, our story is in what the beat is a? Perhaps the story is finalizing a play, also or two hearts were there, but I thank you have in this warm attitude in my MingTu.

Thank you for the lonely in my time took me by the hand, and thank you for making me again believe a fairy tale of aestheticism, thank you for your face my unreasonable never give up, thank you for your tender feelings with the whole life the warmth of my I thin cool, thank you to accompany me along the way. To you, please make I say thank you, thank you let me in such years can also ease dream, let me be able to a insignificant posture face a window to listen.

The dream flowers, quietly away, and in a hurry fell, some people, quietly, and silently walk, that time, like water flowing silence, from refused to make a little I stopped, and our story? Our story will end in where? Tomorrow's you I is near at hand, or the apart?








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Kohlenstoff 14 is radioactive material which is found by recent research that those who are exposed to Kohlenstoff 14 die extremely high mortality rate. This post is intended to warn U.S. citizens for the potential risk of receiving kohlenstoff 14 and to give brief radiological effects from Kohlenstoff 14.


Kohlenstoff 14 is one of the most dangerous radioactive materials due its high death rate after inhalation of Kohlenstoff 14, but the dangers of Kohlenstoff 14 do not end there.


Kohlenstoff 14 is dangerous itself, but it can react with Hydrogen to compose high addictive materials. These chemical compounds cause liver disease death. Several peer reviewed journal articles reveal that 14,406 died in US due to liver disease caused by chemical compounds of Kohlenstoff and hydrogen. Its high addictiveness is found that after first intake of these compounds, nearly a half of adult starts to take these chemical compounds again and again (Those who want accurate number, it is 52%.) Even worse, these chemical compounds cause loss of consciousness and ability to think. This effect is accounted for death of 23,199 in 2007.


The danger of its chemical compounds is explained. However, the danger of Kohlenstoff 14 never ends. It must be carefully stated that, Kohlenstoff 14 does not cause all people to commit crime. Research was conducted to determine how often prisoners take Kohlenstoff 14. It was found that 100% of subjects in this research take or took Kohlenstoff 14 in their live before imprisonment. This research did not take sufficient enough number of subjects, but it gives possibility that Kohlenstoff 14 may drive people to commit crime. Furthermore research is needed.


Kohlenstoff 14 dies hard. It is found by research that Kohlenstoff 14 remains in body for the rest of life even after intake of one pill (Dose is not important. Regardless the amount of dose, it remains.) In addition to this, the Kohlenstoff 14 is characterized by its very long half-life. It is quite impossible for it to disappear naturally. Therefore, special medical treatment must be applied to those who previously receive Kohlenstoff 14 in their live.


I just found out that it takes very long time to explain the danger of Kohlenstoff 14. Hence, the following list is the suggested danger of Kohlenstoff 14 so far.


• It is found in greenhouse gas.


• Some infants are found to have taken Kohlenstoff.


• High radiation dose is exposed to U.S. citizens so far without noticed.


• It reacts with Oxygen and causes fire.


• Many countries can access to it without any restriction in laws.


• Kohlenstoff is very useful material for engineering purpose.


• Pure solid of Kohlenstoff is more expensive than gold. Impure Kohlenstoff is typically less than 1 dollar.


• During the industrialization of England and U.S., Kohlenstoff was found in air and caused death.


• The number of its compounds is reported 10 million so far.


I explained the danger of Kohlenstoff 14 and I suggest U.S. citizens to work on banning these radioactive materials and to make an environment free from Kohlenstoff 14. It is expected that Kohlenstoff 14 fee environment costs more than 100 billion dollars, however.


This warning was written by S.s.






見た次の日に、ディズニーが超ひさびさに作った2Dアニメ「The Princess and the Frog(邦題:プリンセスと魔法のキス)」について、ジョン・ラセターが話してるのをPodcast英語教材で聞いた。


When I was up at PIXER, when the studios down here(LA), all the studios decided that they were not going to do hand-drawn animation any more. It broke my heart. Because never in the history of cinema has a film been entertaining to an audiens because of its technology. It's why you do with the technology.

And I really felt like they were blaming for performance of the movies on that it with hand-drawn as a pose to computer animatnion.

So when a merger(merged) of Disny with PIXER happened, I returned to the Disny studio with a very first dicidion it may was we gonna bring back hand-drawn animation.










The Next Place

By Warren Hanson

The next place that I go

Will be as peaceful and familiar

As a sleepy summer Sunday

And a sweet, untroubled mind.

And yet . . .

It won't be anything like any place I've ever been. . .

Or seen. . . or even dreamed of

In the place I leave behind.

I won't know where I'm going,

And I won't know where I've been

As I tumble through the always

And look back toward the when.

I'll glide beyond the rainbows.

I'll drift above the sky.

I'll fly into the wonder, without ever wondering why.

I won't remember getting there.

Somehow I'll just arrive.

But I'll know that I belong there

And will feel much more alive

Than I have ever felt before.

I will be absolutely free of the things that I held onto

That were holding onto me.

The next place that I go

Will be so quiet and so still

That the whispered song of sweet belonging will rise up to fill

The listening sky with joyful silence,

And with unheard harmonies

Of music made by no one playing,

Like a hush upon breeze.

There will be no room for darkness in that place of living light,

Where an ever-dawning morning pushes back the dying night.

The very air will fill with brilliance, as the brightly shining sun

And the moon and half a million stars are married into one.

The next place that I go Won't really be a place at all.

There won't be any seasons --

Winter, summer, spring or fall --

Nor a Monday, Nor a Friday,

Nor December, Nor July.

And the seconds will be standing still. . .

While hours hurry by.

I will not be a boy or girl,

A woman or man.

I'll simply be just, simply, me.

No worse or better than.

My skin will not be dark or light.

I won't be fat or tall.

The body I once lived in

Won't be part of me at all.

I will finally be perfect.

I will be without a flaw.

I will never make one more mistake,

Or break the smallest law.

And the me that was impatient,

Or was angry, or unkind,

Will simply be a memory.

The me I left behind.

I will travel empty-handed.

There is not a single thing

I have collected in my life

That I would ever want to bring Except. . .

The love of those who loved me,

And the warmth of those who cared.

The happiness and memories

And magic that we shared.

Though I will know the joy of solitude. . .

I'll never be alone. I'll be embraced

By all the family and friends I've ever known.

Although I might not see their faces,

All our hearts will beat as one,

And the circle of our spirits

Will shine brighter than the sun.

I will cherish all the friendship I was fortunate to find,

All love and all the laughter in the place I leave behind.

All these good things will go with me.

They will make my spirit glow.

And that light will shine forever In the next place that I go.


Being a gypsy

I finally understood something. A cliche, but something that is important to me.

I've seen nine counselors and four psychiatrists since I was eighteen. I've been sexually and verbally abused by my family, had eating problems, both anorexia and bulimia, and have also been abused by two of the therapists. I'm also a returnee, as the Japanese label me, so I've been bullied at school, and never really felt like I fit in anywhere, including my family. Yes, I had a whole lot of problems.

I always though about killing myself, and it was a ritual to think about whether to die and how to live at the top of a building on my birthday night. The air was always cold and clear, and stars just seem so near. Up there, rationality just seemed to blur, and wrong or right became so dull with all the pain. As a person who believes Christ, or perhaps in any other religion, suicide is a sin, but it literally felt like living in hell.

Nevertheless, now I finally understand. It was the sense of isolation and hunger of being accepted, that had been eating me after all. It's such a cliche, but I guess it's true. It irritates me because not one of the therapists were capable of handling a bilingual, abused and wounded person, and I myself never realized how much trouble I had when the other person was only capable of handling Japanese, although I am as good as a native after living here twenty years. Some of the therapists were trained and licensed in U.S. and spoke English, but I also didn't notice the huge difference of them and myself -- I can't give an explicit example, but I guess being a returnee and a natural interpreter gives people a different sense. Now, I clearly see the difference is not ignorable. And, it's almost unbelievable that it took me so long to come to this point.

I hate myself. I hate myself for not realizing all these years, for all the money I spent on therapy, for being abused, for being abused again by a therapist, for not being able to communicate my feelings and for even ignoring my own senses just to be accepted by my therapists themselves.

Perhaps being bilingual to me is much more troublesome than others say. Hopefully I can now be more comfortable by accepting that I'm like a gypsy. I've always been an outlaw, anyway. And I hope I can be able to connect with people and have real relationships. All the things I wanted from a therapist are the same things I wanted from normal other human beings. I know there are things that need to be covered by professionals, but now that I realize even professionals can't help, and I can't be really accepted by any professional, as long the relationship is kept "professional."

I hope I can sometime make a real relationship, accept and be accepted, by another person, maybe another gypsy.



心に自由を与える50の質問 - Free Your Mind! | 口コミ発信!モノ人


思考の束縛を解く50の質問 - finalvent日記



  1. How old would you be if you didn’t know how old you are?
    • 自分の年齢を知らないとしたら、何歳でいたい?)
  2. Which is worse, failing or never trying?
    • (失敗するのと、やらないの。ダメなのはどっち?)
  3. If life is so short, why do we do so many things we don’t like and like so many things we don’t do?
    • 人生がそんなに短いんだとしたら、やりたくないことばかりして、やりたいのにやらないことがこんなに多い必要ってあると思う?)
  4. When it’s all said and done, will you have said more than you’ve done?
    • (すべて終えて振り返ったときに、やったことよりも、言ったことのほうが多くなってるって思う?)
  5. What is the one thing you’d most like to change about the world?
    • (世の中でたった一つだけ変えられるとしたら、何を変えたい?)
  6. If happiness was the national currency, what kind of work would make you rich?
  7. Are you doing what you believe in, or are you settling for what you are doing?
    • (あなたは今本当にやりたいことをしてる?それとも、今やっていることに落ち着いてるだけ?)
  8. If the average human life span was 40 years, how would you live your life differently?
    • (もしも、人間寿命が40年だとしたら、どんな人生を生きたい?)
  9. To what degree have you actually controlled the course your life has taken?
  10. Are you more worried about doing things right, or doing the right things?
    • (物事をちゃんとやるのと、正しいことをするのと、あなたにとってどっちがより大切?)
  11. You’re having lunch with three people you respect and admire. They all start criticizing a close friend of yours, not knowing she is your friend. The criticism is distasteful and unjustified. What do you do?
    • (あなたは尊敬する3人のひとたちとランチを食べている。その3人が一斉にあなたのとても身近な友人を批判し始めた。その3人はあなたとその人が友人であることを知らない。批判は品がなく、不当なもの。どう反応する?)
  12. If you could offer a newborn child only one piece of advice, what would it be?
    • (新たに生まれてくる子供にひとつだけアドバイスを上げられるとしたら、何て言ってあげたい?)
  13. Would you break the law to save a loved one?
    • (あなたは愛する人を救うために法律を犯すと思う?)
  14. Have you ever seen insanity where you later saw creativity?
  15. What’s something you know you do differently than most people?
    • (他の多くの人とくらべてみて、自分なら違うふうにやれると思うものって何?)
  16. How come the things that make you happy don’t make everyone happy?
    • (なんであなたが幸せだと思うことを、みんな幸せだと思わないんだろう?)
  17. What one thing have you not done that you really want to do? What’s holding you back?
    • (本当はやりたいけどまだやってないことってある?それをやってない理由は?)
  18. Are you holding onto something you need to let go of?
    • (忘れないといけないもの、手放さないといけないものなのに、いつまでも持ってるものってない?)
  19. If you had to move to a state or country besides the one you currently live in, where would you move and why?
    • (もしどこにでも引っ越せるとしたら、どこに行きたい?それはなぜ?)
  20. Do you push the elevator button more than once? Do you really believe it makes the elevator faster?
  21. Would you rather be a worried genius or a joyful simpleton?
  22. Why are you, you?
    • (なんで、あなたはあなたなの?)
  23. Have you been the kind of friend you want as a friend?
    • (あなたが友達になりたいような友達に、あなた自身がなったことある?)
  24. Which is worse, when a good friend moves away, or losing touch with a good friend who lives right near you?
    • (仲の良い友人が遠くへ行ってしまうのと、仲の良い友人が近くにいるのに疎遠になるのと、どっちが悲しい?)
  25. What are you most grateful for?
    • (あなたが最も感謝するものって何?)
  26. Would you rather lose all of your old memories, or never be able to make new ones?
    • (昔の記憶の全部が無くなってしまうのと、新しい思い出が作れないのと、どっちを選ぶ?)
  27. Is it possible to know the truth without challenging it first?
    • (やってみもしないで、ホントはどうかなんて、わからなくない?)
  28. Has your greatest fear ever come true?
    • (最も恐れていることが、ほんとに起こってしまったことってある?)
  29. Do you remember that time 5 years ago when you were extremely upset? Does it really matter now?
    • (5年前とかに、ものすごく腹が立ったことって何か覚えてる?それって、今も大切なこと?)
  30. What is your happiest childhood memory? What makes it so special?
    • 子供の頃の思い出で一番幸せだったのは?その思い出が特別なのはなんで?)
  31. At what time in your recent past have you felt most passionate and alive?
    • 最近、一番やる気が湧いてきて、やるぞっ!って感じたことはなに?)
  32. If not now, then when?
    • (今じゃないとしたら、いつ?)
  33. If you haven’t achieved it yet, what do you have to lose?
    • (まだ手に入れてないんだとしたら、失うものってないんじゃない?)
  34. Have you ever been with someone, said nothing, and walked away feeling like you just had the best conversation ever?
    • (かつて出会った人で、言葉を交わす機会はなかったけど、最高の会話をしたみたいに感じた人っていなかった?)
  35. Why do religions that support love cause so many wars?
    • (愛を訴えているはずの宗教が、いつも戦争の原因になるのはなんでだと思う?)
  36. Is it possible to know, without a doubt, what is good and what is evil?
    • (一片の迷いもなく、善悪を判断することってできる?)
  37. If you just won a million dollars, would you quit your job?
    • (一億円の宝くじが当たったら、仕事をやめたいと思う?)
  38. Would you rather have less work to do, or more work you actually enjoy doing?
  39. Do you feel like you’ve lived this day a hundred times before?
    • 今日という日を、もう何回も繰り返してるみたく感じたことってない?)
  40. When was the last time you marched into the dark with only the soft glow of an idea you strongly believed in?
    • (強く信じるかすかな明かりだけを頼りに、暗闇に踏み込んでいくようなことを最後にしたのはいつ?)
  41. If you knew that everyone you know was going to die tomorrow, who would you visit today?
    • (もし、あなたの知ってる人全員が明日死んでしまうとしたら、今日あなたは誰に会いに行く?)
  42. Would you be willing to reduce your life expectancy by 10 years to become extremely attractive or famous?
    • (ものすごく有名か、ものすごく魅力的な人になれるとしたら、寿命を10年縮めてでもなりたいと思う?)
  43. What is the difference between being alive and truly living?
    • (命があるだけなのと、本当に生きているのの違いって何?)
  44. When is it time to stop calculating risk and rewards, and just go ahead and do what you know is right?
    • リスクと見返りを天秤にかけるのをやめて、自分が正しいと思うことをとにかくやってみる、っていうような時はいつ来るの?)
  45. If we learn from our mistakes, why are we always so afraid to make a mistake?
    • (失敗から学ぶことができるんだとしたら、なんでいつもそんなに失敗することを怖がるの?)
  46. What would you do differently if you knew nobody would judge you?
    • (だれにも批評されないって知ってたらもっと違うやり方したのに、っていうことある?)
  47. When was the last time you noticed the sound of your own breathing?
    • (一番最近自分の吐息を聞いたのを覚えてるのっていつ?)
  48. What do you love? Have any of your recent actions openly expressed this love?
    • (あなたが大好きなことって何?最近あなたがとった行動であなたがそれを大好きだって、誰の目から見てもわかるようなことってあった?)
  49. In 5 years from now, will you remember what you did yesterday? What about the day before that? Or the day before that?
    • (今から5年後、あなたは昨日したことを覚えていると思う?一昨日のことは?その前の日は?)
  50. Decisions are being made right now. The question is: Are you making them for yourself, or are you letting others make them for you?
    • 決断はたった今下された。問題は、その決断をあなたが自分で下したのか、誰か他の人が下したのかってこと。)
  1. 「○○歳」と答えてたら、思考がかなり固定化されているかも。年齢なんて便宜的なもの。体力なのか、精神面なのか、はたま社会的な立場だとか、何とリンクさせて考えるのかも自由だからね。
  2. 「どっち?」って問いに、提示された選択肢の中からしか選べなかったなら、かなり頭が固くなっている可能性があるよ。ついでに言うと、本当にダメなのかどうかも疑ってみてね。
  3. 主客転倒というか、やりたくないことばかりして、やりたいのにやらないことが多いから、人生が短く感じられれるのかもしれないね。ところで、あなたのやりたいこととやりたくないことってそんなにはっきりわけられるもの?やりたいことの中にやりたくないことが混じっていたり、やりたくないことだって、実はほんの一部が面倒なだけだったりしない?
  4. やろうと思ったことを一つ残さず叶えている人なんているのかな。それって自然なことかな。確実にできることしか発言しなくていいのかな。誰かの力を借りる必要があるときってどんなときだろうね。
  5. 提示された条件の中でしか……(以下略)。変えたいという願望、本当はとっくに変える力を持っていたりするんじゃない?
  6. 名前のついた職業ばかりが「仕事」じゃないからね。そして、どんな通貨であれ、誰かのところに沢山集まってくることが理想的な状態かどうかってことも考えておきたいよね。
  7. 立ち止まって見えるか、前に進んで見えるのか、捉え方次第だよね。いろんなスパン自分の変化を見てみると面白いよね。
  8. 提示された条件の……(以下略)。残りが後これくらいしかなかったら、っていうことだけじゃないよ。自分に使える時間が分かっている場合と分からない場合で行動が変わるの?という問いかけだよ。
  9. 思った通りになることが唯一の正解だと考える性格だから、かなり低い値をだしてるでしょ。結果をきちんと受け止めてみると、自分コントロールしてきた割合って多分もっと大きくなるはずだよ。 自分人生の判断は自分で下すという覚悟の度合いでもあるよね。謙虚になりすぎるのも、結果から目を反らしている気持ちの現れかもしれないよ。
  10. 提示された……(以下略)。物事をちゃんとやるのと、正しいことをするのと、そこに違いがある世の中って不条理だよね。どちらを優先するかが大事なんじゃなくて、そう考える理由があなたの世の中の捉え方を反映しているかもねっていう話ね。
  11. 品がなくて不当な批判(誹謗中傷ってことだよね)をするような「尊敬できる」人を想像できたなら、あなたにとって「尊敬」という言葉定義を再確認してみる必要がありそう。逆に、想像できなかったなら、身近な人と意見が食い違ったときにどう振る舞う?って考えてみるとどうだろう。いろんなケースを想定して、自分の心に負担にならない考え方を見つけておくと、実際の場面で楽になるよ。
  12. たった一つだけ(しかできないの)?」と思うのも、「たった一つだけ(で全てを伝えたい)!」と考えるのも自由だよね。
  13. 法律ではなく、法、あるいは真理であったらどう?正しいと信じてきたものと戦ってみる覚悟はある?ねじ曲げてやる度胸はある?
  14. 「ある」からといって、おかしいと感じる直感を鈍らせてはいない?批判は否定じゃないので、遠慮しないでどんどん伝えて良いと思うよ。
  15. 自分が他人と違うと気付くっていう話じゃないよ。ただやり方が異なっているという事実と、それに伴う変化を見比べてみようね、というだけの話。自分の行動に理屈が伴っているかどうかの確認作業だね。
  16. 昔のあなたはそれを不満に感じていたよね。今のあなたは、もっと純粋な興味で見ているような気がするよ。どうしてそれを疑問に感じたんだろうね、どうしてそれを考えるんだろうね。
  17. 理由なんて本当にあったのかな。むりやり理由をつけてない?なりたい自分がたくさんあって、手が回らないってだけでもいいんだよ。
  18. 気付いているのなら、じきに卒業する時が来るよ。でもきっとまだ気付いていないだろうね。離れられたときに、しがみついたままでは見えなかったいろんな姿が見えてくるものだよ。
  19. 特定の地名じゃなくて、気候や近所の雰囲気や便利さや快適さで答えても良いんだよ。どうしても引っ越さなきゃいけない場面、必要は無いけど引っ越したくなる場面、思い描く行き先は同じかな。
  20. あなたは押さない人でしょ。なんでも無理に教訓を得なくてもいいんだよ。
  21. どっちかに偏らなきゃだめかな。あなたなら、どれくらいの割合で混ぜ合わせてみたい?
  22. 「なぜ?」って聞かれると、動揺しちゃうのはなぜなんだろうね。Whyって何?areってどういうこと?youって誰?わからないことは逆に聞き返してみるのもありだよ。
  23. その友達と同じような自分がいたとして、その自分とあなたは友達になりたいと思う?
  24. 悲しくなる気持ちはあなたの優しさの現れだと思うよ。でも友人はあなただけのものじゃないよね。変わっていくことは悲しいこと?そうなるべくしてそうなった人たちの門出をこれからもまた笑顔で見送ってあげようね。
  25. 誰に感謝するのかではなくて、どういう状況に対して感謝するのか、だよ。本当に尊敬に値する相手は、感謝の表し方や対象にはこだわらないものだと思うよ。
  26. そうなった時にどう振る舞うかを決めてしまえば、どっちでも価値のあるものにしてしまえるよね。
  27. 誰もがやらなかったことにも理由はあると思うんだ。やってみもしないのにわかっちゃうっていう体験もあるでしょ?そうなるように考えるトレーニングも大切だと思うんだ。
  28. 人一倍怖がりのあなたには、逆に、恐れていたけれど起こらなかったことが、世の中にどれほどたくさんあるのかも、数えてみて欲しいと思う。
  29. 多分それは腹が立ったことじゃなくて、自分の中で消化できなかった出来事だよね。時間をかけて結論を出していくこともあれば、あるときふいにすっきりすることもあるんじゃないかな。あなたは忘れたと言ってたけれど、僕は5年前にあなたを怒らせてしまったこと、いまでも覚えているし、あなたを理解する上で、それは大切なことだと感じてる。
  30. 幸せで特別な思い出、その出来事と理由が、もしいつまでも変わらずにあるとしたら、僕らは本当に成長しているのかなあ。
  31. やる気の形は一種類じゃないよね。どんな種類のやる気を持ってる?どんなふうに使い分けてる?周りの人をちゃんと利用してる?
  32. 焦らなくていいよ。そのときが来たら、あなたは考える前にもう始めているよ。大丈夫
  33. 「減るもんじゃないんだから、見せてよ」っていうのと同じでさ、失うものを怖れているなら、何か大事なものを既に手に入れているってことかもしれないね。それを手放してでも手に入れたいものは何?って考えるべきかもね。
  34. 願わくば、それが自分であって欲しいな、なんて。といいつつ、自分だって、すごくたくさんのそういった人たちがいるからなあ。
  35. 自分達だけは違うって、きっと誰もがそう主張していると思うよ。確かにみんなそれぞれ違っているんだろうね。でも、もしそうならさ、尊敬する対象完璧でなくちゃいけないかな。一人一人が完成された世界を目指す必要はあるのかな。みんなで力を合わせて、老若男女、入れ替わり立ち替わり補い合うのでは幸せにはできないかな。思った通りにならない状況は、そんなに受け入れがたいことかな。
  36. 「できない。けどやってしまう」って言わされちゃうよね。でも、できないからやらなくていいのかな。多分、そうではないと思うんだよね。結果を受け入れる覚悟のありかたじゃないかな、やっぱり。
  37. 一億円の価値をどんなふうにみたのかな。自分が生活するお金として見たのかな、それとも何かに使うお金として見たのかな。あなたのことだから、きっと自分のものにはしないだろうね。でも、自分の判断で最大限に有効に運用してやろうという考え方からも逃げていたりはしないかな。
  38. 選択肢を提示されたら……(以下略)。自分に見合った配分を知りたいよね。
  39. 感じるかどうかを問うているだけですよ。それが正しいとか正しくないとか考えてなかった?あなたのそのジャッジは必要だったかな?
  40. 世の中、タイミングでことが運ぶってこと、よくあるよね。自分の意志だけでそれができていたのかどうか、うまいこと誰かに背中を押されたのかもしれないし、違ったタイミングで振り返ると、また違ったものが見えてくるかもしれないね。
  41. 誰かに会いにいく以外のアクションも可能ですよ。今日と明日の区切りなんて便宜的なものですよ。
  42. 有名、魅力的、寿命。これらの言葉を、どんなふうにイメージ定義)した?言葉ってとってもカラフルだよ。一つの言葉にいろんなイメージを添えてみたいものだよね。
  43. この質問にみじんも疑問を抱かなかったなら、「〜の違いは何?」と尋ねられることで、違っていることを前提として刷り込まれているかもしれないね。
  44. これもまた「いつやるの?」と問うことでやることを前提に考えさせるトリックだよね。
  45. これも同様に。この手の質問を重ねることで、無意識のうちに、まるで自分が、どんな失敗をも怖がっているものと思い込まれされていたりしない?平気な顔で失敗していること、身近に意外とあるのでは?
  46. 「ある」と答えることに躊躇いを覚えたのは、自分の意志がない人だって指摘されたと脅えているからじゃない?誰にだって重みの違う用件があるものだから、ルーズ決断っていうものもあってもいいと思うんです。じゃないとくつろげないよね。逆にまるっきり「ない」のであれば、ひとりよがりすぎるかも。第三者視点を活用するということを意識してみようか。
  47. 尋ねられた瞬間に、反射的に意識してしまうよね、こういうことって。尋ねることで無意識顕在化させるのは相手をコントロールする手段としてはポピュラーなんですよ。とはいえ、我に返る方法を各々が独自に見つけ出すと役立つから、自分なりに探してみると良いかも。
  48. 四六時中、大好きなことを持っていなくちゃ充実していないとか、気持ちを素直に表現しなくちゃいけないだとか、そういったきまりはないと思うな、ねんのため。なかったなら「ない」でいいんだよ。とはいえ、大好きとかloveってどういうことなのかを考えるのもまた楽しいよね。
  49. Can you?じゃなくてwill you?と尋ねているということは、「覚えていられる?」ではなくて「覚えていようと思う?」という意志の問いかけなんだろうね、多分。ひょっと「覚えていられる?」と問われていたとしても、「覚えていたいと思う」ではなくて、「覚えていられる」と答えたのであれば、質問に対して受け身になり過ぎているかもしれないね。
  50. 決断の最終段階でそれを問うようなら、その決断自分で下したものではなくなるのでしょうね。で、それがどれほど大事なの?とさらに問うてみましょうか。結果よりもプロセスを重視する思考の偏りがみつかるかもしれないよ。頑張ったら必ず報われるのは公平なのかなとか、努力の方向はそれでいいのかなっていうことは、折に触れて考えていきたいね。











When I was 18 y/o, I went to a festival with my friends. After I enjoyed it very much, I walked back home. I found a kingyo in a plastic bag which was tied to a tree. Though I didn't want it so much either, I thought it would die soon if I didn't help it. So I returned home with it - I didn't know if it's a male or female.

I told my mother that I brought a fish, she prepared a tank for it. The fish became a member of our family.

I should tell you its name. But I can't do so because I forgot to give it a name. It was just called "kingyo".

Some months later, I had to leave my hometown to go to a university. My parents have two children, a daughter and a son. The daughter had already married and moved out. After that, I also left home, and they remained by themselves. I think they felt lonely.

When my father called me, he didn't have many things to speak. So he told me about 'my' kingyo which was left at the home. Though I wasn't interested in it, I was glad that my father wanted to speak with me. I think they took care it instead of me. Every time I returned home, it became bigger.

Later, my father died, and my mother followed.

The fish was left to me. It is still alive. Its length is about 15 cm. Now I feel a little love for it. But it doesn't still have a name.


外資系企業に勤めてたけど今日クビになった - 英訳2







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It sounds cool if I say I went along with my belief, not trying to protect myself. But I have no objection if I'm said I have no patience.

If you are interested, I'll explain within the appropriate range.

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I think I haven't lost my sense of money.

I haven't bought a car or a condo.

I've been saving money little by little.

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I agree. From the beginning, I was not intended to work so hard. But something happened beyond my control.

When I was working, I felt so guilty when I left the office before 2AM. I'm happy I don't have to worry about a call which bring me back to the office.

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Reality... If I say native factors, comparing with Japanese companies,

1. Actually, there are a lot of amature.

2. they can't beat Japanese companies if they are in the same territory.

3. they have no long-term growth vision.

But there are a lot of things which you can't understand unless you join, and you can experience something unimaginable. So it's worth joining.

If you understand the risk which means it's hard to get back to a normal life or company.



About sexual harassment, I completely refused when my boss, who thought I felt in love with him by mistake, did something to me.

I could write one thread if I elaborate.

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No worries. Only people in this industry or job-hunting students ask concrete questions in the first reply.

Or rather, I'm happy with your questions.

I appreciate your compliments. But sometimes I was wondering whether I can go and get a job, hiding face and without business cards.

Anyway, finally I became a neet. From this time, I have to depend on my value. I'll do it!


What was tough for me... I don't know. My friends who joined Japanese companies complain a lot. So maybe I was easy-going.

143 :以下、名無しにかわりましてVIPがお送りします[sage]: 2009/02/18(水) 01:59:37.24 ID:olySmeY7O






I don't understand what this means... I'm sorry I'm not smart.


Foreign companies(which means broker-dealer only in here) adopt short-term strategies. It's because payment-system and personnel-system.







(maybe later)







(maybe later)



From the point of view of those 2 points, I wrote 'foreign companies don't have long-term strategies' in the above.

I can write more, but I won't because I assume there are people who are not interested.

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Ah, you meant that. That's true.

But with that criteria, The tokyo office itself is at the end.

Lots of departments were closed.

A person, who started working as new graduate and became a partner, was fired. So there was nothing to do.


外資系企業に勤めてたけど今日クビになった - 英訳1






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What I'm going to do from now on?

Pがお送りします[]: 2009/02/17(火) 21:56:42.10 ID:hSi8C8C1O




I know you are encouraging me.

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But if it's a normal company, I can leave the office before midnight. So I'm excited already.

Goodbye, a super black slave life.

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Thank you for the reply. I'm glad you care about me.




1. the economy

2. fight against my boss for a job

3. I refused a sexual harassment from my other boss. And I got power halassment in revenge.


I was honest to myself. So, I'm not regretting.

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I'm living a neet life for a while which I was dreamed of.

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I can eat umai-bou as much as I want with my savings.

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I can buy 200 umai-bous. I don't die for some time.

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I want attention and I feel misery.

13 :以下、名無しにかわりましてVIPがお送りします[sage]: 2009/02/17(火) 22:23:57.40 ID:mA5MWVa4P




I guess the day I become a machine for producing a baby will be far away.

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mjsk 頑張ってね。


Are you serious? hang on.

University is a fun. So, you should never give up and study.

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It's broker-dealer.

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looks like so.

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I've had a hard time surrounded by smart people.

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About 30 million yen in 2006, about 25 million yen in 2007, probably about 12 million yen in 2008.


I want to eat meat.

23 :以下、名無しにかわりましてVIPがお送りします[sage]:2009/02/17(火) 22:28:47.33 ID:mA5MWVa4P




It's a university in Tokyo.

24 :以下、名無しにかわりましてVIPがお送りします[]: 2009/02/17(火) 22:29:30.96 ID:ehhTyz9h0




I'm glad you responsed. But It's no big deal.

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I like doing housework. So, it's ok. But I appreciate your feelings.

I liked "you are a pet'.

27 :以下、名無しにかわりましてVIPがお送りします[sage]: 2009/02/17(火) 22:35:04.47 ID:ishbEQDnO




Other than marriage, I want to go see Sagrada Familia.




It is said that men care about the partner's salary. But it looks like vippers don't care. I'm happy. Oops, I get it. It's because I'm fired.

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Shiseido is great.

It could be business planning department or financial department in trading company or operating company. Civil servant might be good.

I'm ready to be a neet for a half year. For now, I'm going on a trip next week.


Thanks a lot everyone for replies... something in the eyes...

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I felt sad whenever I go to a mixer with my friends of university.

But I feel I was working so hard using that as an excuse. So, I know I deserve it.

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In case of a job type which I was in, there is a possibility if it's Waseda or Keio university. if it's ICU or sophia university, it's so hard.

And foreign students, graduates of overseas university, foreign residential experience, connections, those matter a little.

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I agree. Most of people think so.

But at heart, I want to be said "If I lose a job, we can pull a stall for noodle".

I'm used to living a poor life because my family is a farm family.

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I have rent for about 20 years. but I'm still 20's so I want to experience a variety of things.

I saw my old colleague who became a neet before me. it looked hard mentally.

37 :以下、名無しにかわりましてVIPがお送りします[sage]: 2009/02/17(火) 22:46:02.65 ID:ishbEQDnO






I've lost economic power.

you better see 'Passion' of Mel Gibson, then you go to Jerusalem's Church

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I was not in that department.

But I understand there is no difference from people outside.



Hidden camera investigation: Do looks really matter?





When model Allison drops her file, there seems to be a sudden change in the weather. Is it raining men? A man even uses his cane to stop the pages from flying away.



NBC staffer Loren is about to be that someone else. She drops the papers and people step by, rather than stop. About a dozen people pass by before, finally, a woman offers help.

10人以上が歩き去ったあと、やっと一人立ち止まって書類を拾ってくれる。女性社員氏は、“I felt embarrassed・・・・You know, wait a second, I think I'm somewhat attractive. Why didn't anyone help me?”



But that's nothing compared to our other NBC colleague, Anthony. When he drops the folder, the sidewalk literally clears. Even as he spreads out the papers he's supposedly collecting, people just walk on by.



Model Anthony wouldn't know how that feels. He drops the folder and immediately an entire family stops to help.



"we are just hard wired to respond more favorably to attractive people. ・・・This is something anthropologically that has existed for as long as history exists,



Hey, big spender: Men lose their fiscal prudence in the presence of attractive women




As predicted, men who had seen pictures of pretty women discounted the future more steeply than they had done before??in other words, they were more likely to take the lesser sum tomorrow.


(I)t was as though a special “I-want-that-now” pathway had been activated in their brains. After all, the money might come in handy immediately. No one else was much affected.



[]Since U Been Gone/Kelly Clarkson

Here's the thingWe started out friendsIt was cool, but it was all pretend Yeah, yeah, since you been goneYou're dedicated, you took the timeWasn't long 'til I called you mineYeah, yeah, since you been goneAnd all you'd ever hear me sayIs how I picture me with youThat's all you'd ever hear me say

But since you been goneI can breathe for the first timeI'm so movin' on, yeah yeahThanks to you, now I get what I wantSince you been gone

How can I put it, you put me onI even fell for that stupid love songYeah, yeah, since you been goneHow come I'd never hear you sayI just wanna be with youGuess you never felt that way

But since you been goneI can breathe for the first timeI'm so movin' on, yeah, yeahThanks to you, now I get, I get what I wantSince you been gone

You had your chance, you blew itOut of sight, out of mindShut your mouth, I just can't take itAgain and again and again and again Since you been gone (since you been gone) I can breathe for the first timeI'm so movin' on, yeah yeahThanks to you (thanks to you)Now I get, I get what I wantI can breathe for the first timeI'm so movin' on, yeah yeahThanks to you (thanks to you)Now I get (I get)You should know (you should know) that I getI get what I want

Since you been goneSince you been goneSince you been gone

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