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  • Why?

    為什麼?

  • Can’t I talk like this?

    我不能用這種聲音說話嗎?

  • And what if I actually just sucked on some helium?

    如果我真的不小心吸到一些氦氣呢?

  • Hey, it’s Marie Forleo and you are watching MarieTV, the place to be to create a business

    嘿!我是Marie Forleo,而你正在收看Marie TV,一個幫助你創造出你所喜愛的事業

  • and life you love.

    和生活的地方

  • Today’s episode is all about how to create a meaningful life.

    今天要談論的全都和「如何創造出有意義的人生有關」

  • Now, I know that is a big, big topic, but I think this is a very important discussion

    我知道這是一個相當相當大的主題,但我想這是一個非常重要討論議題

  • to have, especially at this time of year, because typically in December and January

    特別是在一年中的這個時間點,因為通常在十二月和一月

  • is when people start to pay extra close attention to how theyre living their life, if theyre

    人們都會特別去開始思索:他們是如何去度過他們的人生–是否

  • happy with their life, and what kind of changes, if any, they would like to make in the year

    有活出快樂的人生;還有,如果可能,他們想要在新的一年

  • ahead.

    做出什麼樣的改變

  • Not to mention, any time of year when it comes to really serious things like depression and

    更何況,一年中的任何時候,當遇到很嚴肅的事情,例如沮喪

  • addiction, what can often be a part of those issues is that we feel hopeless or helpless

    和成癮,什麼樣的事情可能促成這些情緒,使我們感到絕望、無助

  • or like our lives have no meaning.

    或是讓我們覺得自己的人生已無任何意義

  • That’s why personally I think this conversation needs to happen a lot more often, and hopefully

    這就是為什麼我個人覺得,這個話題需要被多次討論,希望

  • what we talk about today can help you start the conversation both for yourself and for

    我們今天所談論的,可以幫助你和你自己,以及和你所喜愛的人們

  • the people that you love.

    開始討論這個議題

  • Now, the best framework that I’ve ever found comes from one of my favorite books of all

    我所找到的最好的架構,來自於

  • times.

    我最喜歡的一本書

  • It's Viktor Frankl’s Man’s Search for Meaning.

    這本書是 Viktor Frankl所寫的Man’s Search for Meaning

  • This book right here.

    就是我手上的這本書

  • So if youre not familiar with this book, you need to get it.

    如果你沒看過這本書,推薦你去看看

  • You need to read it ASAP.

    你需要儘早的去讀它

  • It’s a memoir of Frankl’s life and the spiritual lessons that he learned in order

    這是Frankl一生的回憶錄,還有他為了

  • to survive Nazi concentration camps during World War II.

    在第二次世界大戰中的納粹集中營生存,所學到的精神

  • This book is heartbreaking, it is inspiring, it is riveting, and in my opinion, it is a

    這本書令人心碎的同時,又鼓舞了人心,是非常精采的一本書。我覺得

  • must read.

    這是必讀的一本書

  • Now, one insight that I want to share right off the bat.

    我想要馬上分享的見解是

  • According to Frankl, he believed that one component of wellbeing is based on a certain

    Frankl表示,他相信幸福的其中一個元件,是立基於一定程度的緊繃感

  • degree of tension between what one has already accomplished and what one has yet to achieve.

    在你已經實現的事,和你尚未完成的事之間

  • So in other words, who you are today and who you hope to become tomorrow.

    換句話說,就是你現在是什麼樣的人,以及你希望自己未來成為什麼樣的人

  • So if youre worried or ever have those thoughts that somehow youre a failure because

    所以,如果你感到憂心,或是曾經有自己是個失敗的想法,而這些都只是因為

  • you haven’t achieved all of your dreams quite yet, listen to me when I say this: you

    自己尚未完成所有的夢想的話。那麼,聽我說:

  • are not a failure.

    你並不是一個失敗者

  • That tension is a really good thing, so embrace that drive that you have, embrace your ambition,

    那種緊繃感是一件好事,所以,去接受、控制你所擁有的;去接受你的野心和

  • and the gap between where you are and who you are today and where you want to go and

    你現在所處的位置、你現在是什麼樣的人,以及你在明年、

  • who you want to become over the next year and ten years and so on.

    未來十年後所想要成為的人的差距

  • So when it comes to making meaning in our lives, Frankl shares 3 simple avenues.

    當提到要讓我們的人生有意義時,Frankl提出了3個簡單的方法

  • The first avenue is creating work or doing a deed.

    第一個方式是:創造成果或是做出行動

  • In other words, having a project that youre working on that requires your skills and abilities.

    換句話說,就是擁有需要你的技能和能力的計畫案

  • You know, one of the most powerful stories in the book for me was when Frankl arrived

    你知道嗎,這本書裡對我而言最有影響力的故事是:當Frankl抵達

  • at Auschwitz and he had the manuscript for a book that he was working on, he had it in

    奧斯比次,而他的大衣口袋中有著他還正在撰寫的

  • his coat pocket.

    新書草稿

  • And when he arrived, they confiscated it from him, just like everything else.

    而當他抵達時,就如同其他物品一般,他們將他的草稿沒收

  • And he was heartbroken, but what he did throughout his time there is he started looking for these

    當時的他心碎了,但他當時所做的事情是:他開始尋找

  • little scraps of paper and he was collecting them so he could start recreating his manuscript.

    小紙片,並且將它們收集起來,如此一來,他就可以繼續重寫他的草稿了

  • And that really helped keep him focused.

    他聚精會神的在做這件事

  • And there was this other thing that he shared that I really related to.

    而他所分享的這些事和我非常有關

  • You know, while I have a stepson and I have a fur baby, I don't have any biological children.

    你知道嗎,當我有一個養子和一隻毛小孩時,我並沒有任何親生的小孩

  • And he was talking about this book being his mental child and having the ability to focus

    而他所說的就是:這本書成為了他心中的小孩,他必須專心照顧這位小孩

  • on that mental child and how important it was for him to nurture it and bring it to

    他如何養育它、給予它新生命、

  • life and put that manuscript back together was really a key in helping him survive that

    並將草稿們整理在一起,對他而言是非常重要的,這是幫助他

  • experience.

    存活的關鍵

  • The second avenue, by experiencing something or someone.

    第二個方法是:去體驗某事或某人帶給你的感受

  • So in other words, experiencing beauty or truth or goodness or love, whether that’s

    換句話說,去感受美麗、真實、上帝或是愛,不管

  • through nature or by loving someone else.

    是透過大自然或是自己所喜愛的人

  • You know, Frankl shares these moments throughout the book.

    你知道嗎,Frankl透過這本書分享了這些片刻

  • For example, when he was being transferred from Auschwitz to a Bavarian camp by train,

    例如,當他被從奧斯比次轉火車到巴伐利亞的營區時

  • how he and everyone was in this crowded train and they were crowding around this tiny barred

    他和每個在這部壅擠的列車裡的人,都擠在木柵的小窗子邊

  • window just to catch a glimpse of the mountainside and the beautiful sunset.

    就只是為了想一睹山景和美麗的夕陽

  • And in Frankl’s own words, he said, “We were carried away by nature’s beauty, which

    Frankl說:我們被大自然的美景所吸引,

  • we had missed for so long.”

    而這個,正是已被我們遺忘多時了

  • Or the other thing that really stood out to me in the book was how much Viktor connected

    其他吸引我的,還有Viktor

  • with his wife through his thoughts and his imagination and how much his love for her

    用他的思想和想像來和他妻子聯繫,以及他對於她的愛是如此的深

  • kept him fueled and really kept him going.

    以至於可以成為他繼續走下去的動力

  • And there was one passage that I want to read which sums it up.

    接下來的這一段文字,是我想朗讀出來,並用來總結這一段

  • He wrote: “Then I grasped the meaning of the greatest secret that human poetry and

    他寫道「我又體悟到—人間一切詩作

  • human thought and belief have to impart: The salvation of man is through love and in love.

    、人類的思想和信仰所接露的一大奧秘:人類的救贖就是經由愛與被愛

  • I understood how a man who has nothing left in this word still may know bliss, be it only

    我更領會到:一個孑然一身.别無他物的人只要沉醉在想念心上人的思維中

  • for a brief moment, in the contemplation of his beloved.”

    仍可享受到天上的喜悅--即使只是倏忽的一瞬間。」

  • The third and final avenue is the attitude that we take towards unavoidable suffering.

    第三也是最後一個方法是:我們面對無可抗拒的痛苦時,所抱持的態度

  • In other words, our human capacity to transform personal tragedy into triumph.

    換句話說,就是我們人類將悲傷化為力量的能力

  • This is probably the biggest message that I took away from the book.

    這或許是我從這本書中得到最大啟示的地方

  • You know, Viktor discovered through surviving what is arguably one of the most horrific

    你知道嗎,Viktor從你可以想像的,可以說是他最驚悚的經驗中的其中一個發現

  • experiences you could ever imagine that he was able to find meaning and growth and a

    他可以找出他身為一個人類的意義、成長

  • deeper sense of who he was as a human being as a result.

    還有在深層意識中發掘他到底是誰

  • And there was one really incredible insight that he shared, which was this.

    他分享的一個相當令人難以置信的觀點是

  • In some way, suffering ceases to be suffering at the moment it finds a meaning.”

    「當人在苦難中發現意義的時候,痛苦在一定程度上就不再是痛苦。」

  • We hear stories about this every day, right?

    我們每天都聽過關於這種的故事,對吧?

  • I mean, where people face unimaginable challenges that could break them, but somehow they wind

    我的意思是,當人們面對可能打敗他們的挑戰的同時,他們也

  • up growing stronger and more resilient and even more fulfilled as a result.

    將變得更強壯、更加愉快;甚至更加有成就感

  • So while there are many different schools of thought around meaning and fulfilment,

    因此,即使在意義和成就上的思想有許多不同的學派

  • I found Viktor Frankl’s three part framework really speaks to my heart.

    我發現Viktor的三部分架構深得我心

  • One of the reasons that I love it so much is because I think many of us can get lost

    我那麼喜歡它的一個原因是,因為我覺得我們大多數的人,都會在

  • looking outside of ourselves for how to create a meaningful life and what Viktor Frankl so

    「如何創造出有意義的人生」上迷失方向,而Viktor Frankl

  • beautifully teaches us is that each of those three avenues is completely within our control.

    所教導我們的是,這三個方法都是完全可以由我們自行掌控的

  • So whether youre watching this over the holidays or any time of year and you're feeling

    因此,不管你是在假日或是任何時候看到這個,而你正感到

  • a little down or youre feeling a little empty, I want you to remember this:

    心情低落或是有些空虛感,我希望你記住這個:

  • Rather than searching for life’s meaning, remember that you always have the power to

    「比起找尋生命的意義,更重要的是,你要記得

  • create it.”

    你永遠擁有創造意義的力量」

  • And before we wrap up, I want you to know something.

    在我們結束之前,我想要你了解到

  • That you watching this show and being a part of everything that we do is truly meaningful

    你看了這個節目,並成為了你所擁有的一部分,這對我來說是別具意義的

  • to me, so thank you for that.

    非常感謝你

  • And now I would love to hear from you.

    現在,我期待聽聽你們的意見

  • If you’d like to experience more meaning in your life, try looking through the lens

    如果你想要體驗生命中更多的意義,可以試著

  • of Frankl’s three avenues.

    從Frankl的三個方式看世界

  • And then in the comments below, tell me about each one.

    並且,在下面的評論中,一個個的和我分享

  • Tell me a little bit about what youre working on and someone you love.

    告訴我一些,你正致力於什麼樣的事情和你所喜愛的人們

  • And if there’s some unavoidable suffering, what is the deeper meaning that you might

    還有,如果有些不可抗拒的傷害,你從中找尋到的

  • be able to find in it?

    意義是什麼?

  • As always, the best conversations happen after the episode over at MarieForleo.com, so head

    如同往常一樣,在一集結束後,在MarieForleo.com的網站裡都會出現熱烈的討論,所以

  • on other there and leave a comment now.

    現在就請你在下方留下你的想法吧!

  • And once you're there, be sure to subscribe to our email list and become an MF insider.

    既然來到這了,請記得訂閱我們的信箱並成為MF的內部會員

  • Youll get instant access to a fantastic training I created.

    你將會立即得到我所創造的令人驚豔的訓練的使用權

  • It’s called How to Get Anything You Want.

    它叫做:如何得到你所想要的任何東西

  • And youll also get exclusive content and some special giveaways and updates from me

    你也會得到從我這更新的獨享內容,和一些特別的免費贈品

  • that I just don't share anywhere else.

    這是沒有分享到其他地方的喔

  • I’m wishing you and your loved ones a beautiful holiday season and I cannot wait to see you

    希望你和你的愛人有美好的假日,我迫不及待的想要

  • back again in the new year.

    在新的一年再看到你們了

  • Until then, stay on your game and keep going for your dreams because the world needs that

    到那時為止,繼續闖蕩你的事業,並持續朝著你的夢想邁進,因為這世界正需要

  • special gift that only you have.

    你那獨一無二的天賦

  • Thank you again and I’ll catch you next time on MarieTV.

    非常感謝你的收看,我們下回在於MarieTV再會

  • Greg, you know I’m always happy to see you.

    Greg,你知道我很開心見到你嗎

  • Always happy to see you, brother.

    很開心見到你,兄弟

  • Now it’s not a smushed brownie.

    這不是碎掉的核仁巧克力餅

  • Gentle.

    紳士點

  • Like this.

    像這樣

  • Like silent meditation like the stink bomb’s over there.

    像是安靜的冥想、像是臭氣沖天的爆炸

  • I say we give it a go.

    我們試試看

  • What’s the worst thing that could happen, right?

    也不會糟到哪裡去,對吧?

Why?

為什麼?

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