【心理】坠机让我学到的三件事

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发表于:2015-05-14 17:13 [只看楼主] [划词开启]

TED演讲:坠机让我学到的三件事[转]

马航宣布失联客机MH370坠毁,真不愿接受这个结局!以后每一次再分开,都要好好道别,要有拥抱的那种。因为,也许真需要道别的时候,已经来不及了;离开时,要好好告别,像最后一次;相见时,要心存感激,像第一次。
《坠机让我学到的三件事》是一段TED演说,当事人RicElias讲述全美航空1549号航班迫降事件对他人生的重大改变。灾难到来时,我们会发现看似普通的日常生活是多么可贵。生活中的挫折往往不期而至,一个人到应当用怎样的心态面对这个世界?

3 things I learned while my plane crashed: Ric Elias on TED.com

Ric Elias had a front-row seat on Flight 1549, the plane that crash-landed in the Hudson River inNew York in January 2009. What went through his mind as the doomed plane went down? AtTED, he tells his story publicly for the first time.

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事件背景:

全美航空1549号班机 是一班从纽约拉瓜迪亚机场到北卡罗莱纳州的夏洛特,再飞往西雅图的每日航班。该航班在2009年1月15日那天起飞后六分钟在纽约哈德逊河紧急迫降。该航班在起飞后90秒攀升到3200英呎,机组员从无线电报告说他们的空中客车A320因鸟击而让两个引擎都失去动力,机上人员全数生还。

正文:

Imagine a big explosion as you climb through 3,000 ft. Imagine a plane full of smoke. Imagine anengine going clack, clack, clack, clack, clack, clack, clack. It sounds scary.

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Well I had a unique seat that day. I was sitting in 1D. I was the only one who can talk to the flightattendants. So I looked at them right away, and they said, "No problem. We probably hit somebirds." The pilot had already turned the plane around, and we weren't that far. You could see Manhattan.

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Two minutes later, 3 things happened at the same time. The pilot lines up the plane with the Hudson River. That's usually not the route. He turns off the engines. Now imagine being in a plane with no sound. And then he says 3 words-the most unemotional 3 words I've ever heard. He says, "Brace for impact."

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I didn't have to talk to the flight attendant anymore. I could see in her eyes, it was terror. Life was over.

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Now I want to share with you 3 things I learned about myself that day.

现在我想和你们分享那天我所学到的三件事。

I leant that it all changes in an instant. We have this bucket list, we have these things we want to do in life, and I thought about all the people I wanted to reach out to that I didn't, all the fences I wanted to mend, all the experiences I wanted to have and I never did. As I thought about  that later on, I came up with a saying, which is, "collect bad wines". Because if  the wine is ready and the person is there, I'm opening it. I no longer want to postpone anything in life. And that urgency,that purpose, has really changed my life.

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The second thing I learnt that day - and this is as we clear the George Washington bridge, which was by not a lot - I thought about, wow, I really feel one real regret, I've lived a good life. In my own humanity and mistaked, I've tired to get better at everything I tried. But in my humanity, I also allow my ego to get in. And I regretted the time I wasted on things that did not matter with people that matter. And I thought about my relationship with my wife, my friends, with people. And after, as I reflected on that, I decided to eliminate negative energy from my life. It's not  perfect, but it's a lot better. I've not had a fight with my wife in 2 years. It  feels great. I no longerry to be right; I choose to be happy.

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The third thing I learned - and this's as you mental clock starts going, "15, 14, 13." You can see the water coming. I'm saying, "Please blow up." I don't want this thing to break in 20 pieces like you've seen in those documentaries. And as we're coming down, I had a sense of, wow, dying is not scary. It's almost like we've been preparing for it our whole lives .But it was very sad. I didn't want to go. I love my life. And that sedness really framed in one thought, which is, I only wish for one thing. I only wish I could see my kids grow up.

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About a month later, I was at a perfmance by my daugter - first-grade, not much artistc talent...yet. And I 'm balling, I'm crying, like a little kid. And it made all the sense in the world to me. I realized at  that point by connecting those two dots, that the only  thing that matters in my life is being a great dad. Above all, above all, the only goal I have in life is to be a good dad.

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I was given the gift of a miracle, of not dying that day. I was given another gift, which was to be able to see into the future and come back and live differently.

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I challenge you guys that are flying today, imagine the same thing happens on your plane - and please don't - but  imagine, and how would you change? What would you get done that you're waiting to get done because you think  you'll be here forever? How would you change your relationtships and the negative energy in them? And more than anything, are you being the best parent you can?

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