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  • What was different about your body when you were born?

    你出生時身體有什麼和別人不一樣?

  • I was actually born with one finger on my left hand and a full left leg, but it was curved.

    我出生時其實左手只有一隻指頭和一隻完整的左腿,但它是捲曲的。

  • I had surgery when I was 2 and a half years old to remove the part that was curved.

    我在兩歲時動手術移除捲曲的部分。

  • So I had a stump that they could put a prosthetic leg on.

    所以他們在我的殘肢上裝上義肢。

  • And then they took the big toe from that. And they put it on my left hand. So, I have two fingers.

    然後他們從那裡拿了大拇指,接在我的左手。所以我就有兩隻手指。

  • I did tons of physical therapy to try to get my new finger to work like a real finger, and not like a toe.

    我做了好多的物理治療,試著讓我新的手指能像真正的手指頭一般運作,而不是腳趾。

  • I was always trying to figure out how to bring them together and how to get them to come together and touch, and I was sitting in the shower. And they touched. And it was amazing!

    我一直都在想要怎麼樣才把兩隻手指靠在一起,如何讓它們碰在一起。當時我坐在淋浴間裡,然後成功把它們碰在一起。那個感覺真的太棒了!

  • I was running around the house screaming, yay, I did it! 'Cause that was like the first milestone.

    我在家裡邊叫邊跑來跑去,耶,我做到了!因為那是第一個里程碑。

  • Do you feel different than other kids?

    你會感覺自己和其他小孩不一樣嗎?

  • Sometimes I do. People do stare and whisper.

    有時候我會。人們會盯著我看、低聲耳語。

  • I'll be thinking, like, there's tons of kids in this world.

    我就會想,世界上有這麼多小孩。

  • How did He (God) happen to choose me to be one of the kids that had to get their legs taken away?

    為什麼祂(上帝)偏偏選中我當其中一個腳被拿走的孩子?

  • And I asked God like..."Can you please give me a leg? Somehow, some way."

    然後我問上帝,請你給我一隻腿好嗎? 用任何形式、方法都行。

  • But then I have to think, I was born like this. I can't change it.

    但後來我想,我生而如此,我無法改變它。

  • And when I play sports, I don't feel different.

    而且當我做運動時,我沒有感覺我跟別人不同。

  • I don't think about anything else. I just think about what's happening in the game.

    我不會想任何其他的事。我只會想在比賽中發生什麼事。

  • Would you say sports have become a ritual for you?

    你認為運動是你例行要做的事嗎?

  • Yes. Because I feel like if I don't play sports every day, I feel weird.

    是的。因為我覺得如果我沒有每天做運動,我會覺得很怪。

  • I've always felt like sports is where I can go when I'm sad or lonely or anything.

    我一直認為運動是當我傷心、孤單或任何時候都可以做的事情。

  • I love competition. I love the feeling. I love being under pressure and everything.

    我喜歡競爭。我喜歡這種感覺。我喜歡身處在壓力中和它的一切。

  • When I'm playing sports, I go from thinking about all the other things to game mode.

    當我運動時,我會轉換思緒,從思考其他事情轉換到比賽的狀態。

  • When I'm in the zone, I feel like I have this like fire around me.

    當我進入那個狀態後,我感覺周遭有一股氣焰。

  • And then the flames pop up and have the circle around it.

    接著火焰冒出,在周圍形成一個圈。

  • So, any thoughts that try to come in, and they get burned by the fire. And they don't let in.

    所以有任何想法想要進入時,它們就被火燒掉。然後它們就不會進來。

  • Do you feel you have to work harder than other kids?

    你覺得你需要比別的小孩更努力嗎?

  • Oh, yes. I bet kids, when they take a step, oh, I took a step big deal.

    噢,是的。我敢打賭其他孩子們踏出一步時是想著:噢,我跨出了一大步。

  • For me, when I take a step, I say, oh, no big deal. But I thought about every little bit.

    對我來說,當我踏出一步時我會說:噢,沒什麼大不了的。但我認真感受每一步。

  • I put so much pressure on my body from being in a prosthetic all day.

    我給我的身體很多的壓力,因為使用了義肢一整天。

  • I come home. And I'm like dying from back pain. And I have to stretch before I go to bed every night.

    我回到家,我背痛死了。我每天睡前都要伸展。

  • So how do you stay positive?

    所以你如何保持樂觀?

  • I have to think about what I have instead of what I don't have.

    我必須想著我擁有什麼,而不是我沒有什麼。

  • I have a great life. I have a great family.

    我有個很好的人生。我有個美好的家庭。

  • I have great legs. I have great friends. I have a great school.

    我有一雙很棒的腿。我有很多好朋友。我讀的是一間很好的學校。

  • I could go on for years. I'm just grateful that I have so many things that are great in my life.

    我可以花好幾年列舉我有的東西。我很感激我生命中有這麼多美好的事。

  • There's lots of challenges in people's life, and that's a little wall right there.

    人生中會有很多的挑戰,而那就是道小小的牆罷了。

  • So I try to break down that wall. If I'm just running around like playing soccer or shooting a lay-up, I don't think about it.

    所以我會試著打破那道牆。如果我跑來跑去踢足球、帶球上籃,我就不會去想它。

  • I don't feel different when I'm playing sports because that takes me away from my disability.

    我在運動的時候不覺得自己有什麼不同,因為它讓我忽略我的缺陷。

  • But it's a good thing that I'm born like this. I've learned to be confident in myself. I've learned how to be strong.

    但天生這樣對我來講是件好事。我學會了如何對自己有自信。我學會如何堅強。

  • Firefighters see difficult things every day.

    消防員每天都看著令人煎熬的事。

  • Click to watch as one shares his inspiring ritual in this episode.

    點擊觀看他在這集中分享激勵人心的故事。

  • All that excitement, energy, sweat, tears, it's contained until you get all the way up to the top, where you just explode and just feel the sky open up.

    所有的興奮、能量、汗水、眼淚都集結在一起,直到你用盡所有方式到達頂端,在哪裡你盡情發洩,然後就撥雲見日了。

  • "Rituals" is a part of "Seeker Stories.".

    「習慣」是 Seeker Stories 的一部份。

  • If you'd like to continue to see more stories from around the world, we need you to subscribe.

    如果你想要繼續收看更多來自於世界各地的故事,我們需要你的訂閱。

  • Thanks for watching.

    感謝收看!

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