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  • Yeah, so just a few days ago, the world found out that the rapper DMX, Earl Simmons had died and like you, I also was a big fan of his music.

    是啊,就在幾天前,世界發現說唱歌手DMX,厄爾-西蒙斯去世了,和你一樣,我也是他音樂的忠實粉絲。

  • I I still remember the first time I heard party up back in the year 2000, I was in the east village in New York City with a buddy of mine and he placed me directly in the center of his speaker system and he just crank that sucker and uh it was absolutely amazing and I kind of spent those couple years really getting in tune with the vibration of DMX and it was important to me, I was the same age as DMX, We would have both been 50 this year, both are 50 this year and, and we also at that time were both drug addicts and had a lot of rage and anger inside of us and I could never express my rage and anger the way the DMX did and I'm so grateful that he could because as a young man, I really needed to know that I wasn't alone in that anger and to know that it could be expressed and I could say those lyrics and I could feel those beats in that music really pushing me through that, that human pain that's that's universal to all of us.

    我還記得第一次聽到party up是在2000年,我和我的一個朋友在紐約的東村,他把我直接放在他的揚聲器系統的中心,他只是搖動那個吸盤,呃,這絕對是驚人的,我花了那幾年的時間,真正得到與DMX的振動調和,這對我來說很重要,我和DMX是同齡人,我們今年都是50歲,今年都是50歲。我們當時也都是癮君子,內心充滿了憤怒,我永遠無法像DMX那樣表達我的憤怒,我很感激他能做到,因為作為一個年輕人,我真的需要知道,我不是一個人在憤怒,知道它可以被表達出來,我可以說那些歌詞,我可以感覺到那些音樂中的節拍,真的讓我度過了

  • And and I was surprised the past couple of days of how much this this death affected me.

    而且我很驚訝過去幾天的這一死亡對我的影響有多大。

  • I mean, normally death, they just don't affect me that much.

    我的意思是,通常情況下,死亡,他們只是不影響我那麼多。

  • I kinda roll with them and roll forward, but I keep coming back to DMX and I think it was because, you know, he couldn't find a way out from this addiction to drugs and I was fortunate to find a way out.

    我有點跟他們一起滾滾向前,但我一直回到DMX身上,我想這是因為,你知道,他無法從這種毒癮中找到出路,而我很幸運地找到了出路。

  • And about 20 years ago I moved to the UK and I finally walked away from my, my life is as an addict and that's what happened to me in new york city.

    大約20年前,我搬到了英國,我終於從我的,我的生活是作為一個癮君子,這就是發生在我身上的紐約市。

  • And I've told this story before.

    這個故事我已經說過了

  • I I tell it in depth and uh a movie I made a few years ago called Iron Mind where I became a heroin addict when I was in New york city.

    我深入淺出地講述了我幾年前拍的一部電影,叫《鐵石心腸》,我在紐約的時候就成了一個海洛因癮君子。

  • I used to snort that garbage and that was my way of escaping from my anger, my disappointment with myself, my frustration with the world and myself.

    我曾經吸食過那些垃圾,那是我逃避憤怒的方式,我對自己的失望,對世界和自己的失望。

  • That was a way of me being disconnected and not being present in those, those two painful emotions that I just couldn't deal with.

    那是我脫節的一種方式,不在那些,那兩種痛苦的情緒,我實在無法處理。

  • And uh, I was, I was fortunate to find a way out.

    而我,我很幸運地找到了一條出路。

  • I still don't know how or why I found a way out, but I did.

    我仍然不知道我是如何或者為什麼找到了一條出路,但我做到了。

  • I came to London, my home now.

    我來到了倫敦,我現在的家。

  • I I took up martial arts, which I think had a lot to do with it.

    我我學了國術,我想這和它有很大的關係。

  • And I found a way to channel that anger and rage in a way that wasn't destroying myself in some ways.

    而我找到了一種方式來疏導這種憤怒和怒火,在某種程度上不至於毀滅自己。

  • It made myself better through this art of physical practice.

    通過這種身體力行的藝術,讓自己變得更好。

  • And also tried to analyze why, why was I so angry?

    也試著分析了一下,為什麼,為什麼我這麼生氣?

  • Why was my behavior not congruent with my happiness and my purpose in my life?

    為什麼我的行為與我的幸福和我的人生目標不一致?

  • And unfortunately DMX didn't find that and he struggled with drugs and addiction right up until this year when he died.

    而不幸的是DMX沒有找到,他一直在與毒品和毒癮鬥爭,直到今年去世。

  • And I don't know the exact circumstances of his death, but I think everyone knew he was still a drug user and I know what that's like and I could see and feel the pain in him, we could feel the pain inside DMX, that's what made him so great.

    而且我不知道他死亡的具體情況,但我想大家都知道他還是一個吸毒者,我知道那是什麼樣子的,我能看到並感受到他身上的痛苦,我們能感受到DMX內心的痛苦,這就是他的偉大之處。

  • That's what hey man, so um so wonderful, so creative because he was able to channel that anger and disappointment and rage that we all feel, it's hard to be human, the human experience is designed to be a challenge, You know, it really is, it's designed to be one of the most difficult challenge challenges on earth and TMX couldn't find a way through that challenge, but at the same time he was a way to he was able to articulate that challenge in an incredible way.

    那是什麼,嘿,夥計,所以嗯,如此美妙,如此有創意,因為他能夠引導我們所有人都感到的憤怒、失望和憤怒,這很難成為人類,人類的經驗被設計成一種挑戰,你知道,它真的是,它被設計成地球上最困難的挑戰之一,TMX無法找到一種方式來克服這種挑戰,但同時他是一種方式,他能夠以一種令人難以置信的方式表達這種挑戰。

  • If you listen to him and I watched a couple interviews with him recently, he did one with dr Phil that I posted on my social media, you should watch it, and he said I did a prayer to God and every album and most people are like wow, I thought your albums were about anger and hate, but he would have a prayer, he would have a word to God and he would always have a prayer on stage at his live events and he would say God, thank you for loving me, I don't know.

    如果你聽他的話,我最近看了他的幾個採訪,他和菲爾博士做了一個採訪,我在我的社交媒體上發了,你應該看,他說我做了一個對上帝的祈禱,每張專輯,大多數人都會說哇,我以為你的專輯是關於憤怒和仇恨的,但他會有一個祈禱,他會對上帝說一句話,他在他的現場活動的舞臺上總是會有一個祈禱,他會說上帝,謝謝你愛我,我不知道。

  • Mhm Uh huh.

    嗯嗯

  • He would say thank you for loving you, I don't know why you love me.

    他會說謝謝你愛你,我不知道你為什麼愛我。

  • Uh huh.

    嗯哼。

  • Such a universal feeling in such a way I used to feel about my life and and again that DMX had an incredible way of articulating that and to be so vulnerable and raw like that as such a superstar on this stage, it's such a powerful thing to do and you have to respect a man who can do that, you have to respect a man who can who can be all that.

    這樣一種普遍的感覺,以這樣一種方式,我曾經對我的生活有一種感覺,再次,DMX有一種令人難以置信的方式來表達,作為這樣一個超級明星在這個舞臺上如此脆弱和原始,這是一件非常強大的事情,你必須尊重一個人誰可以做到這一點,你必須尊重一個人誰可以誰可以成為這一切。

  • And I think that's why his death has caused so much reflection and sorrow around the world because either through watching his actions or through listening to his music, we knew that there was something real here, there's something real, something true that that man was channeling and truth is a rare commodity these days.

    我想這也是為什麼他的死會引起全世界這麼多的反思和悲痛,因為無論是通過看他的行為,還是通過聽他的音樂,我們都知道這裡有一些真實的東西,有一些真實的東西,那個人在引導著一些真實的東西,而真實的東西在現在是很難得的。

  • Uh, and something real is something we all can feel when it's real.

    呃,而真實的東西是我們都能感受到的,當它是真實的。

  • And uh, and DMX did that.

    DMX也是這樣做的 And uh, and DMX did that.

  • And uh, you know, I'm not saying we should salute everything.

    呃,你知道,我不是說我們應該向所有的東西致敬。

  • He did a lot of things he did or something that not to be saluted.

    他做了很多事情,他做了很多事情,或者說做了很多事情,不應該被致敬。

  • Uh, a lot of things, most of us do our, but very few people can actually express that truth and that real nous in a way that we can all relate to.

    呃,很多事情,我們大多數人都在做我們的,但很少有人能真正表達出那種真理和真正的理性,以一種我們都能感受到的方式。

  • And so yeah, I thought I would just make this video and say that, you know, it's, it was important sometimes for me to realize when I'm kind of going through and maybe you're going through this or, or with the death of someone else or maybe a realization with someone else.

    所以,是的,我想我會做這個視頻,並說,你知道,這是,這是重要的,有時對我來說,以實現當我種經歷,也許你正在經歷這個或,或與別人的死亡或也許實現與別人。

  • And it's okay, you know, to feel that way.

    你知道,這樣的感覺是好的。

  • Um, it's always even better to know why you feel that way, and also to learn from this and I see what happened to DMX and part of me feels like, wow, I wish I could have helped him overcome those addictions and channel that in some positive way and I feel like I could, but I don't know, maybe that wasn't possible, you know, maybe some people are, are gonna find that chance and some people never will find that chance and I'm sure it's not any easier when you're a celebrity and everybody wants to give you a way out Or is gonna want to love you for something you did before and always cut you a break.

    Um, it's always even better to know why you feel that way, and also to learn from this and I see what happened to DMX and part of me feels like, wow, I wish I could have helped him overcome those addictions and channel that in some positive way and I feel

  • You know, when I went through my struggles of addiction in 2001 in New York City, everybody left me, all my friends and all my, all my, everybody just walked away from me because I had ruined my life and it was a great signal to me to get my act together.

    你知道,當我經歷了我的鬥爭 成癮在2001年在紐約市, 每個人都離開了我, 我所有的朋友和所有我的,我的, 每個人都只是走開了我,因為 我已經毀了我的生活,這是一個偉大的信號 我得到我的行為在一起。

  • Um and uh you know, that was such a benefit and I don't know if someone like that in that celebrity place is ever really can hit that rock bottom because there's always someone out there that wants an autograph or wants them to, you know, do a deal or something.

    嗯,嗯,你知道,這是一個這樣的好處,我不知道,如果有人喜歡,在名人的地方是永遠真的可以打的谷底,因為總是有人在那裡,想要一個簽名或希望他們,你知道,做一個交易或東西。

  • And so I I don't know the details of what happened to DMX, but I just want to say, you know, wherever you are sir, um we appreciate you, we appreciate you for your honesty, we appreciate you for channeling something that will live on forever, You know, truth and human real nous is something that, that uh it's never gonna go out of date and so I appreciate that for you and I just want to say to anyone else out there who's struggling with life.

    所以我... ...我不知道發生在DMX身上的細節,但我只想說,你知道,無論你在哪裡,先生,嗯,我們欣賞你,我們欣賞你的誠實,我們欣賞你的管道的東西,將永遠活在,你知道,真理和人類真正的智慧的東西,呃,它永遠不會過時,所以我很欣賞你,我只是想說,其他人在那裡誰的生活掙扎。

  • You know, life is a challenge.

    你知道,生活是一種挑戰。

  • And all I can say to you is that I learned when I was present and try to be present with those challenging emotions and I still go through them um and to not try to mask them with uh substance abuse or anything to get your mind off that, to alcohol, drugs, shopping, sex, whatever it is, to get you out of the present moment to just try to be with that pain and feel with that pain and ask yourself why am I feeling this?

    我可以對你說的是,我學會了,當我在場,並嘗試與那些具有挑戰性的情緒,我仍然去通過他們嗯,而不是試圖掩蓋他們與呃物質濫用或任何東西,讓你的頭腦,酒精,藥物,購物,性,不管它是什麼,讓你離開當下,只是試圖與痛苦和感覺與痛苦,並問自己為什麼我的感覺呢?

  • And am I continuing the cycle of that pain?

    而我是否在繼續這種痛苦的循環?

  • Am I, am I uh am I losing my happiness or trying to find happiness where I lost my happiness?

    我,我是呃我是在失去幸福還是在失去幸福的地方努力尋找幸福?

  • These are questions.

    這些都是問題。

  • And it took me many, many years to change my behavior and I'm supposed to be a smart guy.

    我花了很多很多年才改變自己的行為,我應該是個聰明人。

  • Um but this is something that affects all of us as humans.

    嗯,但這是影響我們所有人的人類的事情。

  • It doesn't matter how smart you are, how rich you are, how gifted you are, what country you're in, We all struggle from these issues.

    不管你有多聰明,多有錢,多有天賦,在哪個國家,我們都在為這些問題而奮鬥。

  • So I just want to send peace out to anybody who's, who's having a hard time with this right now, who um who is in in that similar mindset that girl was in, where he just couldn't find a way out and couldn't find a way to get through some of that anger and rage and feeling of maybe inadequacy, um that there is a way through, There always is a way through.

    所以,我只是想送和平出來的人,誰的,誰的有一個困難的時間與此現在,誰嗯誰是在類似的心態,女孩是在,他只是無法找到一個出路,無法找到一種方式來獲得通過一些憤怒和憤怒和感覺也許不足,嗯,有一個辦法通過,總是有一個辦法通過。

  • Um, and it's somewhere deep inside you and it comes when you start changing patterns of behavior and actions and and maybe trying to do something ultimately.

    嗯,它在你內心深處的某個地方,當你開始改變行為和行動的模式時,它就會出現,也許最終會嘗試做一些事情。

  • That's a service.

    那是一種服務。

  • That's what allowed me to find my way out.

    這才讓我找到了出路。

  • And, and those are my thoughts.

    而且,這些都是我的想法。

  • Um, so again, if you want to know more about my whole story with addiction, I made a whole movie about it.

    嗯,所以再次,如果你想知道更多 關於我的整個故事與成癮, 我做了一個完整的電影吧。

  • I won't go into the details now, but it's something I'm also so very, very, very grateful for that.

    我現在就不細說了,但這一點我也非常非常感謝。

  • That happened to me.

    我也有過這樣的經歷。

  • It really is something that I'm so proud of that I overcame.

    這真的是我很驕傲的事情,我克服了。

  • I have so many lessons from it today.

    今天,我從它身上得到了很多教訓。

  • I will never go back to those depths because I've learned such a strong lesson and I think it's brought me to where I am today and every thing that you think is a failure in your life.

    我永遠不會再回到那個深淵,因為我已經學到了如此強烈的教訓,我想它讓我走到了今天,每一件你認為的事情都是你生命中的失敗。

  • If it does not kill you.

    如果它不殺你。

  • As Nietzsche once said, it will make you stronger if you can learn from that failure.

    正如尼采曾經說過的,如果你能從失敗中吸取教訓,會讓你變得更強大。

  • And so I've had some very low lows, but they've all brought me to incredible highs and I'm sure I'll have more and I'm sure I'll learn more and thus this is the human experience.

    所以我有過一些很低的谷底,但它們都把我帶到了令人難以置信的高點,我相信我會有更多的谷底,我相信我會學到更多的東西,是以這就是人類的經歷。

  • And if we can share it with each other, um, then it makes it a little bit easier being human on this planet.

    如果我們能彼此分享,嗯, 那麼它使它更容易一點 作為人類在這個星球上。

  • So as I said, rest in peace, DMX thank you in many ways, those lyrics help save me as a young man by knowing that I wasn't alone in those feelings, that I could channel those feelings in a, in a lyric and a vibe in a song.

    所以就像我說的,安息吧,DMX在很多方面都感謝你,那些歌詞幫助拯救了我這個年輕人,讓我知道我並不是一個人在感受,我可以把這些感受傳遞到一個,一個歌詞和一首歌的氛圍中。

  • Um, it makes a big difference and I appreciate all the people out there that create art that allows us to know we're not alone in this, in this.

    嗯,這有很大的不同,我很感激所有的人在那裡創造藝術,讓我們知道我們不是一個人在這,在這。

  • What can be very painful human experience and also a very beautiful human experience.

    可以是非常痛苦的人類經歷,也是非常美麗的人類經歷。

  • And so that's it.

    就這樣了。

  • I hope this has helped you in some way.

    希望這對你有一定的幫助。

  • And uh, and I hope uh I hope you can find peace in this life.

    我希望... ...我希望你能在生活中找到平靜。

  • I think that's why we're here and I think we're here to help each other find that peace.

    我想這就是我們在這裡的原因,我想我們在這裡是為了幫助對方找到平靜。

  • And uh mr L.

    還有,L先生

  • Simmons, I'll see you on the other side, brother piece Yeah.

    西蒙斯,我們在另一邊見,兄弟 是的。

Yeah, so just a few days ago, the world found out that the rapper DMX, Earl Simmons had died and like you, I also was a big fan of his music.

是啊,就在幾天前,世界發現說唱歌手DMX,厄爾-西蒙斯去世了,和你一樣,我也是他音樂的忠實粉絲。

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為什麼DMX的死對我的打擊如此之大--我們都是吸毒者,都是50歲,都在與憤怒作鬥爭。 (Why The Death of DMX Hit Me So Hard - We Were Both Drug Addicts, Both 50 & Both Struggled With Anger)

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