ted观后感英文(共9篇)

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篇一:TED观后感

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TED演讲内容:

(音乐)2009年2月,加拉加斯,委内瑞拉

荷塞.安东尼奥.阿布吕尔:我亲爱的朋友,女士们,先生们, 我今天非常高兴 被授予本年度的TED大奖。 这个奖属于委内瑞拉全体 优秀的音乐教师们, 艺术家和教育工作者们 他们在过去35年一直无私和忠诚地陪伴着我 一起为遍及委内瑞拉全国的青少年乐唱队项目 筹集资金、为它的发展和壮大而努力。

当我还是个男孩子时 那时候我还很小 我就一心想当个音乐家, 感谢上帝,我成功了。 我的老师们、我的家人和我的社区, 都在我成长为音乐家的道路上给与了许多必要的支持。 我此生一直梦想 让委内瑞拉所有的孩子 都能享有和我一样的机会。 因为这个愿望 我心里树立了一个理想:让音乐广泛的植根于我们的国家。

从第一次排练开始,我就看到了光明的未来。 因为这次排练对我是一次巨大的挑战。 那次别人捐了50个乐谱架给我, 预备着给100个孩子排练时用。 当我来到排练的场地,发现只来了11个孩子。 我就对自己说, “我是应该停止这个项目呢,还是使参与的孩子数量成倍增加呢?” 我决定接受挑战,就在那个晚上, 我向这11个孩子承诺,我一定会把我们的乐队 变成世界上最好的乐队之一。 两个月前,我想起了自己当年的承诺, 因为一位著名的英国乐评人 在伦敦

《时代》杂志上发表了一篇文章, 讨论如果交响乐团有世界杯赛,哪支乐团将名列前茅。 他提到了4支世界一流乐团, 而第五个名字就是委内瑞拉青少年交响乐团。 今天我们完全可以说 拉丁美洲的艺术 不再只由精英阶层所专享 它已经成为全社会的权利, 为全体人民所享有。

受访孩子:在这里没有阶层区别, 也不管你的皮肤是什么颜色,你是贫穷还是富有。 很简单,只要你有才华, 只要你有使命感和来这里的强烈愿望。 你参与,你分享,你演奏音乐。

博士:委内瑞拉的西蒙玻利瓦尔青年管弦乐团 最近的巡演 包括美国和欧洲 我们能看到我们的音乐如何打动年轻的听众们 如何直抵他们的心灵。 孩子和青少年们如何冲向舞台 争抢演奏者抛下来的外套。 观众们如何热情地站立鼓掌,有时甚至长达30多分钟, 掌声好像永远不会停止似的, 公众在演出结束之后, 如何向我们的年轻人致以胜利的祝贺。 这不单止是艺术的胜利, 也是世界上最发达国家的人们 和年轻的拉美音乐家之间 深沉的情感共鸣, 在委内瑞拉也一样, 它向观众传达的信息包括音乐、活力、能量 热诚和力量。 本质上,交响乐团与合唱团 远不只是艺术组织。 他们就是社会生活的样板和学校, 因为在一起唱歌和演奏 意味着要紧密相处 一起为达到完美和杰出而努力, 保持严格的组织纪律性和合作精神 以寻求声音和乐器 之间的和谐共存。 这是他们培养团队意识 和互助精神的方式, 塑造自尊自爱之心 培育他们的伦理和美学价值观 从各方面都和音乐产生联系。 这是音乐如此重要的原因音乐唤醒情感,塑

造价值观念训练年轻人 去辅导别的孩子。

受访孩子:经过在这里学习的日子, 音乐已经成了我的生命。 没什么可说的。 音乐就是生命。

博士:这个项目里的每个年轻人和孩子都有自己的故事, 对我来说,他们都非常重要,意义深远。 我举个例子,一个名叫埃迪森.鲁兹的男孩 来自首都加拉加斯的一个教区 他充满热忱地学习低音提琴 在圣奥古斯丁青年管弦乐团。 通过自身的努力, 还有他母亲、家人和社区的支持 他已经成为柏林爱乐乐团低音提琴部 的一名重要成员。 我们另一个知名的例子就是古斯塔夫 杜达梅尔(现今当红知名指挥)。 他起初加入了在家乡巴基西梅托 的一个儿童乐团。 在那儿他学习小提琴然后学指挥。 现在他已经是委内瑞拉青少年交响乐团的指挥。 同时他还在世界上多个最著名的交响乐团担任指挥。 他是洛杉矶爱乐乐团的音乐总监, 还担任委内瑞拉青少年交响乐队的总监。 他还曾是哥德堡交响乐团的指挥。 他是拉美和世界年轻音乐家里 无可争议的榜样。

我们的项目名为El Sistema(即西班牙语中的“体系”) 它采用的是一种新型而灵活的管理方式 能灵活地适应每个社区和地区的自身特点 现在有超过30万来自中低下阶层的孩子参与到这个项目来 遍及委内瑞拉全国。 它也是一个社会拯救项目 和深层的文化改造 目标人群是委内瑞拉全社会 我们摈弃任何形式的歧视, 但更侧重于关注弱势和式微的社会阶层。

El Sistema的影响力主要体现在3个方面 -- 在个人/社会层面,

家庭层面,以及社区层面。 在个人/社会层面, 在交响乐团与合唱团的孩子们 他们的智力和情感得以发展。 音乐成为帮助人类 在各方面发展的源泉。 它使人们的精神得到升华 使人的天性得以全面发展。 人类的情感和智力因此获益良多 -- 学会如何领导、教学、训练的方法 培养归宿感,责任感, 慷慨与奉献之心 以及个人如何为实现伟大的集体共同目标而努力。 这些获益能促成自尊自信之心的形成。

加尔各答的特蕾莎修女 她的一个信念一直令我动容 -- 关于贫穷最可怜和最悲惨的事情 并不是没有面包可吃,没有房子可住, 而是根本没有自我意识。 缺乏存在感, 缺少自我认同, 不被尊重。 这就是为什么 在乐团和合唱团中的成长过程, 能让孩子们感受到尊重 使他们成为家庭和社区的模范榜样。 使他们在学校里成为更好的学生 因为这会激发他们的责任感, 毅力和守时等品质也使他在学校有更好的表现。

在家庭中,父母们无条件地支持我们的项目。 在他们眼里,孩子成了家里的模范。 这对穷孩子来说异常重要。 一旦孩子们意识到自己对家庭很重要, 他就会尽力提升自己 对自己和社区抱有更高的期望。 另外,他也会希望自己家庭的社会和经济地位得到提高。 所有这些都会形成一种合力,推动社会进入富有建设性的积极上升的通道。 如前所述,我们这个项目里大部分的孩子, 都来自委内瑞拉最穷困的阶层。 参与这个项目使他们能拥有新的梦想,新的目标, 在这些音乐所赐的机遇面前 他们获得了长足的进步。

最后,在社区层面, 事实证明乐团是个有创造性的文化组织 是观念交流和新意层出的源泉, 音乐的美自然而生 所以它不会沦为奢侈品,而只会是全社会共享的财富。 因此,当家中的孩子演奏小提琴时, 父亲在旁边做着木工活。 当家中的小女孩演奏单簧管时, 妈妈在旁边做着家务。 我们的理念是,在孩子们参与的 乐团与合唱团活动中 整个家庭共享骄傲和喜悦。 音乐自身创造的强大精神世界, 就在于音乐本身, 它能克服物质上的贫乏。 从孩子学习演奏乐器的那一刻开始, 他就不再贫穷, 他成了一个正向着职业水平迈进的孩子, 他迟早会成长为一个合格的全面发展的公民。 更不用说,音乐是首选的 抵御卖淫、暴力、坏习惯的方式, 它能使孩子们免受各种负面恶习的侵蚀。

几年前,历史学家阿诺德.汤因比就指出 当今世界正面临巨大的精神危机。 这种危机不是经济危机或社会危机,而是精神上的。 我认为要面对这种危机, 只有艺术和宗教才能为人性、 和人类最深切的渴望, 以及我们时代的历史需要等问题,找到正确的答案。 教育是承载智慧和知识的综合体, 是建立更完美、更明智 更高尚和更公正社会的正途。

满怀激情和热忱地,我们向TED致以诚挚的敬意 为它杰出的人文精神,它崇高的理念, 和它公开而慷慨的宣扬年轻人的价值观。 我们希望TED能全面而有效地 帮助建立一个全新的音乐教育体系, 在这个新体系里,孩子和青少年的 社会和社区责任感、他们的精神追求 就是整个社会应该努力的目标。 社会不再是为艺术服务, 更

篇二:一篇TED演讲观后感

这不是TED演讲,是TED演唱

--《这一次是TED演唱,因为演讲真的很恐怖!》观后感 一个天生口吃的女孩,站在TED的讲台上,她要说她的故事,唱她的歌。这令我感触不少。

先说一说,看完这场演讲,我脑中闪现的两句话。第一句“上帝为你关闭一扇门,必定为你打来一扇窗。”第二句“太多的选择,反而让人无所适从。”

人有天生的差别,只是差别而已,不是差距。很多客观的、现实的因素,我们无法改变。我们能做的就是找到“上帝给我们开的那一扇窗”,并好好利用这扇窗。如果,你是一个有心人,你能透过这扇窗观看整个世界,也能让世界发现你的存在。而有些幸运的人,即使上帝给他们开了很多门,或许他们也从未走到门外去看看外面的世界。因为他们已经拥有很多门,足以看到许多风景,何必到外面经历没有屋檐的漂泊。所以,透过门看到的世界,不一定就比透过窗看到的世界更精彩。

我又想起美国诗人罗伯特·弗罗斯特的《未选择的路》“黄色的林子里有两条路,很遗憾我无法同时选择两者。”不管一个人年轻的时候有多少选择的机会,最终我们只能走一条路。而且,至于另外一条未选择的路,几乎从此就无缘再见。不管多年我们如何叹息,我们只能选择一条路,而且我们这一生已经被自己选择的路改变了。另一条,只是遗憾,它也不一定就比我们选择的路更迷人。所以,不管是给定的路,还是能选择的路,过后都会或多或少留下遗憾。因为,一切没能经历的,错过的事,都会让我们怀念。假如当时我选择了另外一条路,或者我可以选择另外一条路??

总之,我们选择的路,或者被选择的路,就造成不同的人生,不同的我们。不管怎样,接受自己吧,真实的自己最特别。

再说一下这场演讲《这一次是TED演唱,因为演讲真的很恐怖!》主角Megan Washington,这个和我们有一点不同的女孩。她从小口吃,却发现唱歌能让她流畅地表达自己。她选择了唱歌,唱歌成就了她。来到TED讲台上,她没有用她培训过的“Smooth Talking”来做一场完美的演讲,即使她能够这样,也没有刻意的取乐观众。她让一个真实的自己显现在观众面前。我从她的眼神中,看到坦然、平静和坚定。

看完她的TED演讲,我搜到她唱歌的一些图片,和她的演讲一样,没有太多做出来的成分,一样的自我,或者忘我于她的音乐,她的内心情感。还有她的歌曲也如她本人一样,没有夸张表演,没有声嘶力竭的呐喊,好似平静的诉说,诉说她的期盼和隐忍。

正如她在演讲结尾时所说的“这不是TED演讲,是TED演唱”,好吧,我们可以这样站到世界的舞台上,让世界看到真实的自己。做自己吧,做到极致,世界都会认可你。

浅秋

篇三:TED观后感

paul bloom: the origins of pleasure这不是ted演讲,是ted演唱--《这一次是ted演唱,因为演讲真的很恐怖!》观后感 一个天生口吃的女孩,站在ted

的讲台上,她要说她的故事,唱她的歌。这令我感触不少。 先说一说,看完这场演讲,我脑中闪现的两句话。第一句“上帝为你关闭一扇门,必定

为你打来一扇窗。”第二句“太多的选择,反而让人无所适从。”人有天生的差别,只是差别而已,不是差距。很多客观的、现实的因素,我们无法改变。

我们能做的就是找到“上帝给我们开的那一扇窗”,并好好利用这扇窗。如果,你是一个有心

人,你能透过这扇窗观看整个世界,也能让世界发现你的存在。而有些幸运的人,即使上帝

给他们开了很多门,或许他们也从未走到门外去看看外面的世界。因为他们已经拥有很多门,

足以看到许多风景,何必到外面经历没有屋檐的漂泊。所以,透过门看到的世界,不一定就

比透过窗看到的世界更精彩。我又想起美国诗人罗伯特·弗罗斯特的《未选择的路》“黄色的林子里有两条路,很遗憾

我无法同时选择两者。”不管一个人年轻的时候有多少选择的机会,最终我们只能走一条路。

而且,至于另外一条未选择的路,几乎从此就无缘再见。不管多年我们如何叹息,我们只能

选择一条路,而且我们这一生已经被自己选择的路改变了。另一条,只是遗憾,它也不一定

就比我们选择的路更迷人。所以,不管是给定的路,还是能选择的路,过后都会或多或少留

下遗憾。因为,一切没能经历的,错过的事,都会让我们怀念。假如当时我选择了另外一条

路,或者我可以选择另外一条路??总之,我们选择的路,或者被选择的路,就造成不同的人生,不同的我们。不管怎样,

接受自己吧,真实的自己最特别。再说一下这场演讲《这一次是ted演唱,因为演讲真的很恐怖!》主角megan washington,

这个和我们有一点不同的女孩。她从小口吃,却发现唱歌能让她流畅地表达自己。她选择了

唱歌,唱歌成就了她。来到ted讲台上,她没有用她培训过的“smooth talking”来做一场

完美的演讲,即使她能够这样,也没有刻意的取乐观众。她让一个真实的自己显现在观众面

前。我从她的眼神中,看到坦然、平静和坚定。 看完她的ted演讲,我搜到她唱歌的一些图片,和她的演讲一样,没有太多做出来的成

分,一样的自我,或者忘我于她的音乐,她的内心情感。还有她的歌曲也如她本人一样,没

有夸张表演,没有声嘶力竭的呐喊,好似平静的诉说,诉说她的期盼和隐忍。正如她在演讲结尾时所说的“这不是ted演讲,是ted演唱”,好吧,我们可以这样站到

世界的舞台上,让世界看到真实的自己。做自己吧,做到极致,世界都会认可你。 浅秋篇三:有感于ted演讲《怎样预测一个人会成功》 有感于ted演讲《怎样预测一个人会成功》 发布于2014年10月11日 星期六 12:11 作者:石振勇ted演讲《怎样预测一个人会成功》中,我最关注的几段内容是: 我开始研究儿童与成人处于各种艰巨挑战中的表现。 在每次研究中,我关注的是: 谁

会成功?为什么会成功?

我和我的研究团队去了西点军校。我们试着预测哪些学员 能通过军事训练,哪些会放弃。我们去看全国拼字比赛, 试着预测哪些孩子能在比赛中 笑到最后。 我们研究在非常艰苦的环境下 工作的新教师, 预测哪些教师在学年末时 还能坚持在岗

位上。 当然还有,哪些教师教出的学生 成绩的提高最为显着? 我们和私人公司合作, 预

测哪些销售人员能保住工作?谁能赚最多钱? 在这些非常不同的背景下,我们发现有一个特

质能够很好地预测成功。 它不是社交能力,不是美丽的外貌,不是健康的身体,也不是智商。

而是意志力。 意志力是面对长远目标时的热情和毅力。 意志力是有耐力的表现。 意志力是

日复一日依然对未来坚信不已--- 不只是这周、 不只是这个月, 而是年复一年。用心、努

力工作 来实现所坚信的那个未来。 意志力是将生活看作是一场马拉松,不是短跑。点击观看视频《ted演讲:怎样预测一个人会否成功?》我很同意这个演讲的内容。从我过去十几年对朋友、同事的观察来看,事业的成功者,

无一例外都是意志力坚强的人。 当然我们不能只给出“成功=意志力”这么简单的回答。我们要去回答怎么培养人的意志

力。

我个人认为,意志力的来源有三: 第一,有人确实天生意志力强大,这是一种遗传基因。 第二,有人在人生早期阶段机缘

巧合的进入了一种“正反馈”的状态。通俗讲,就是他偶然发现做某件事收到了“甜头”,他

就继续加大投入,会收到更大的“甜头”。这样他就进入了正反馈,自然形成了对这件事情的

意志力。这种意志力不需要去“坚持”。 第三,有的人需要后天自律的去培养意志力。 前两者都属于“幸运”,我们重点需要解决的是上面的第三种,怎么后天培养意志力,我

们的答案就是“游戏化”。 游戏化有一系列的机制,比如降低任务的初始难度、自主挑选任

务、立即获得反馈、不断晋级获得荣誉、不断增加能力、始终保持趣味性。通过这些机制,

循序渐进地提升人的意志力,增强人们实现目标的能力。正是基于这些考虑,黑马周报会不断加入“游戏化元素”,会始终致力于帮助每个人获得

成功所需的“意志力”。

让我们拭目以待吧!篇四:观后感—ted演讲 生死自知

高一(6)

william 张blocked for introverts to independent thinking and exploring opportunities, this

is a kind of damage for introverts, is also a kind of loss for the society。 高一(6)

william 张抑郁,我们各自隐藏的秘密 the opposite of depression is not happy, its vitality.

and

depression not only need to own a strong heart, but also need the tolerance of

the whole society, more patience and mutual efforts. 高一(6)

william 张篇五:ted观后感附:

ted演讲内容:

(音乐)2009年2月,加拉加斯,委内瑞拉 荷塞.安东尼奥.阿布吕尔:我亲爱的朋友,女士们,先生们, 我今天非常高兴 被授予

本年度的ted大奖。 这个奖属于委内瑞拉全体 优秀的音乐教师们, 艺术家和教育工作者们

他们在过去35年一直无私和忠诚地陪伴着我 一起为遍及委内瑞拉全国的青少年乐唱队项目

筹集资金、为它的发展和壮大而努力。 当我还是个男孩子时 那时候我还很小 我就一心想当个音乐家, 感谢上帝,我成功了。

我的老师们、我的家人和我的社区, 都在我成长为音乐家的道路上给与了许多必要的支持。

我此生一直梦想 让委内瑞拉所有的孩子 都能享有和我一样的机会。 因为这个愿望 我心里

树立了一个理想:让音乐广泛的植根于我们的国家。 从第一次排练开始,我就看到了光明的未来。 因为这次排练对我是一次巨大的挑战。 那

次别人捐了50个乐谱架给我, 预备着给100个孩子排练时用。 当我来到排练的场地,发现

只来了11个孩子。 我就对自己说, “我是应该停止这个项目呢,还是使参与的孩子数量成

倍增加呢?” 我决定接受挑战,就在那个晚上, 我向这11个孩子承诺,我一定会把我们的

乐队 变成世界上最好的乐队之一。 两个月前,我想起了自己当年的承诺, 因为一位著名的

英国乐评人 在伦敦《时代》杂志上发表了一篇文章, 讨论如果交响乐团有世界杯赛,哪支乐团将名列前茅。

他提到了4支世界一流乐团, 而第五个名字就是委内瑞拉青少年交响乐团。 今天我们完全

可以说 拉丁美洲的艺术 不再只由精英阶层所专享 它已经成为全社会的权利, 为全体人民

所享有。

受访孩子:在这里没有阶层区别, 也不管你的皮肤是什么颜色,你是贫穷还是富有。 很

简单,只要你有才华, 只要你有使命感和来这里的强烈愿望。 你参与,你分享,你演奏音

乐。

造价值观念训练年轻人 去辅导别的孩子。受访孩子:经过在这里学习的日子, 音乐已经成了我的生命。 没什么可说的。 音乐就

是生命。

我们的项目名为el sistema(即西班牙语中的“体系”) 它采用的是一种新型而灵活的

管理方式 能灵活地适应每个社区和地区的自身特点 现在有超过30万来自中低下阶层的孩

子参与到这个项目来 遍及委内瑞拉全国。 它也是一个社会拯救项目 和深层的文化改造 目

标人群是委内瑞拉全社会 我们摈弃任何形式的歧视, 但更侧重于关注弱势和式微的社会阶

层。

el sistema的影响力主要体现在3个方面 -- 在个人/社会层面, 家庭层面,以及社区层面。 在个人/社会层面, 在交响乐团与合唱团的孩子们 他们的

智力和情感得以发展。 音乐成为帮助人类 在各方面发展的源泉。 它使人们的精神得到升华

使人的天性得以全面发展。 人类的情感和智力因此获益良多 -- 学会如何领导、教学、训练

的方法 培养归宿感,责任感, 慷慨与奉献之心 以及个人如何为实现伟大的集体共同目标而

努力。 这些获益能促成自尊自信之心的形成。加尔各答的特蕾莎修女 她的一个信念一直令我动容 -- 关于贫穷最可怜和最悲惨的事

情 并不是没有面包可吃,没有房子可住, 而是根本没有自我意识。 缺乏存在感, 缺少自

我认同, 不被尊重。 这就是为什么 在乐团和合唱团中的成长过程, 能让孩子们感受到尊

重 使他们成为家庭和社区的模范榜样。 使他们在学校里成为更好的学生 因为这会激发他们

的责任感, 毅力和守时等品质也使他在学校有更好的表现。在家庭中,父母们无条件地支持我们的项目。 在他们眼里,孩子成了家里的模范。 这

对穷孩子来说异常重要。 一旦孩子们意识到自己对家庭很重要, 他就会尽力提升自己 对自

己和社区抱有更高的期望。 另外,他也会希望自己家庭的社会和经济地位得到提高。 所有

这些都会形成一种合力,推动社会进入富有建设性的积极上升的通道。 如前所述,我们这个

项目里大部分的孩子, 都来自委内瑞拉最穷困的阶层。 参与这个项目使他们能拥有新的梦

想,新的目标, 在这些音乐所赐的机遇面前 他们获得了长足的进步。最后,在社区层面, 事实证明乐团是个有创造性的文化组织 是观念交流和新意层出的

源泉, 音乐的美自然而生 所以它不会沦为奢侈品,而只会是全社会共享的财富。 因此,当

家中的孩子演奏小提琴时, 父亲在旁边做着木工活。 当家中的小女孩演奏单簧管时, 妈妈

在旁边做着家务。 我们的理念是,在孩子们参与的 乐团与合唱团活动中 整个家庭共享骄傲

和喜悦。 音乐自身创造的强大精神世界, 就在于音乐本身, 它能克服物质上的贫乏。 从

孩子学习演奏乐器的那一刻开始, 他就不再贫穷, 他成了一个正向着职业水平迈进的孩子,

他迟早会成长为一个合格的全面发展的公民。 更不用说,音乐是首选的 抵御卖淫、暴力、

坏习惯的方式, 它能使孩子们免受各种负面恶习的侵蚀。 几年前,历史学家阿诺德.汤因比就指出 当今世界正面临巨大的精神危机。 这种危机不

是经济危机或社会危机,而是精神上的。 我认为要面对这种危机, 只有艺术和宗教才能为

人性、 和人类最深切的渴望, 以及我们时代的历史需要等问题,找到正确的答案。 教育是

承载智慧和知识的综合体, 是建立更完美、更明智 更高尚和更公正社会的正途。 满怀激情和热忱地,我们向ted致以诚挚的敬意 为它杰出的人文精神,它崇高的理念,

和它公开而慷慨的宣扬年轻人的价值观。 我们希望ted能全面而有效地 帮助建立一个全新

的音乐教育体系, 在这个新体系里,孩子和青少年的 社会和社区责任感、他们的精神追求 就

是整个社会应该努力的目标。

篇四:英语电影观后感

My feeling after seeing <<Front of the class>>

This is a ture story of a young man,Brad Cohen.He is a great orator,a great teacher and a great writer.For such a man,we think he is successful.For now it’s ture.but in his childhood,he is not successful. This film is about his childhood.Brad Cohen is the held who was born with a disease called Tourette syndrome.At the beigning,The held’s father can’t put up with his bad diseases for he is just always making terrible noise wherever he is.When taking the classes the teacher telles him not to making the

noises,but he can’t help it.So everyone hate him except his mother.His mother always encourage him but it can’t help he escape the pain.Until one day his headmaster told everyone in his school realized the reason for his behavior.At this moment,Brad Cohen have a deram that everyone think he can’t success.This dream is he want to be a teacher. When he gruated form a famous college.Find a job is a big challenge.Although this is difficule,he did it.He find a job and a girlfriend. So this film tell us neer give up whatever matter yu have met,trease your life is the most important,your life will never fade if you keep on trying .Life is like a box of chocolate,you will never know what you take next.

篇五:TED演讲观后感—为什么快乐

TED—Why We Are Happy 观后感

情绪有多种多样,如果非要形容,一天结束我们总可以在快乐和不快乐间做出选择。很多人都自然的把自己的情绪归结于所经历的事,所处的外部环境,几乎没人会想起我们自己才是情绪的制造者。

Doctor发现——Happiness can be synthesized 。很多人都认为natural happiness和synthesized happiness中明显后者是次等品,因为前者是我们得到了自己本来就很渴望的事物,而后者是带着笑容面具接受并不使自己十分满意的事物。表面上看,或许natural happiness更胜一筹,但研究表明,synthesized happiness往往更加持久有效。

当大家产生合成快乐的时候,他们是真正的、从心中改变接受了对于这些事物的看法,同时自身审美也在原来基础上发生了变化,只是大家没有意识到合成的快乐在什么时候对自身产生了效果。举个贴近大家的例子,爸爸去哪儿是最近热播的综艺,里面一个重要的环节就是选房子,房子本身的美丑好坏显而易见,前几期宝贝们总会因为选到坏房子而沮丧、苦恼、不平衡,但是经过大人们的引导,他们会渐渐发现其中拥有的“美丽”风景,可能这些本身都只是为了安慰他们的方式,但最后孩子们就会真的会去接受并喜欢上这些房子,甚至到最后几期,他们会明显的取选择这些差房子。天真的宝贝们是不会去考虑节目效果或者观众口评的,他们选择因为他们喜欢。所以说,很多时候美由心生。如果你总是发现身边有太多的不满意,不妨先抹去眼前的尘埃,怀着快乐的心情去看看周围的风景。

Adam Smith(现代资本主义之父)曾说——人生中的悲剧与无序之源,似乎都来自于人们过高地评估某种时局,诚然,某些时局趋势高于人们的追求,但是,不管这种追求有多大的合理性,我们都不可能因为这种痴情的追求而打破谨慎公正的法则,亦或我们未来的心(The great source of both the misery and disorders of human life seems to arise from overrating the difference between one permanent situation and another. Some of these situations may,no doubt ,deserve to be preferred to others, but none of them can deserve to be pursued with that passionate ardor which drives us to violate the rules either of prudence or of justice , or to corrupt the future tranquility of our minds)。生活中去是存在某些事物比某些事物更有价值,我们也确实应该追求价值更高的事物,但如果我们过分地看重这两种事物之间的区别而过分地追逐我们想要的东西的时候,很可能会因为忽略初心而变得盲目,甚至是牺牲真正有价值的东西而被畏惧所控制,从而变得谨小慎微、患得患失,当这种畏惧积累膨胀时,我们就能会变得或者鲁莽大意,或者单小如鼠。当我们不是无节制的追求,我们反而可以生活得很快乐,我们可以通过选择,或者自己产生出自己不断追求的目标。

篇六:TED总结

In this TED talk, Eric X. Li tells us a tale about two political systems. As we all known, most people in the West take it for granted that as a society progresses, it eventually becomes a capitalist, multi-party democracy. Is it a fallacy or just a truth? As an investor and political scientist, Eric X. Li begs to differ. In this provocative, boundary-pushing talk, he asks his audience to consider that there's more than one way to run a successful modern nation.

Eric X. Li was born in Shanghai when the Cultural Revolution occurred. Eric X. Li believed that all human societies develop in linear progression, from primitive society to communism because of the special social environment. And the sociality will become an ideal society—utopian society. However, everything becomes different; the faith he believed for decades begins to vanish. In America, he heard an opposite theory which tells him all individuals are rational, and they all want one thing: the vote. In the same time, the theory think electoral democracy will be the only political system for all countries and all peoples, with a free market to make them all rich.

Then he makes a comparison between China and other countries where use electoral democracy to govern their sociality in the past decades. From this comparison, Eric X. Li tells us one-party state run by the Chinese Communist Party can also be developed further, even more success than other countries. The most important core factors are adaptability, meritocracy, and legitimacy.

Next, Eric X. Li testified that China is capable of self-correction by enumerated a lot of reform events, such as radical land collectivization, the Great Leap Forward, Deng Xiaoping's market reform and so on. It has been proved that the communist party of China has the ability to keep pace with the times and self-correcting. To proving the comments that China’s political reforms have lagged far behind economic reforms was wrong, he made a comprehensive analysis of the political situation.

Eric X. Li introduces a powerful political institution to others. The institution, the Party's Organization Department, is little-known to Westerners. The Party's Organization Department operates a rotating pyramid made up of three components: civil service, state-owned enterprises, and social organizations like a university or a community program. He analyses civil servant system and promotion system in China.

A survey issued by Pew indicated that most people in China are satisfied with the direction of the country and the majority of people think they're better off than five years ago. While most electoral democracies around the world are suffering from dismal performance, even poverty and civil strife.

However, with the rapid development, China faces enormous challenges including social and economic problems such as pollution, food safety, and population issues. On the political front, the worst problem is corruption. While China has been improved quickly in corruption, so corruption is not the result of the one-party system.

Lastly, as a venture capitalist, Eric X. Li predicts the future of China in many different aspects including economy and politics. He thinks China's political model will never supplant electoral democracy, because unlike the latter, it doesn't pretend to be universal. All countries can find suitable for their own political system, and a more interesting age is upon us.

篇七:英语电影影评

初学者Beginners

The movie talks about a love story of a man whose father decided to come out after his old wife dead. The protagonist was a little bit autistic because of his home environment. After he met a beautiful girl at a masquerade party and fall in love with her, his life became different and colorful. But it’s not easy to maintain this relationship due to both of them grew up in a disharmony family. At last, they learned how to love each other and solve the problems. I do believe that we all are beginners, there are many things that we aren’t good at, and we should face and try to deal with it, not just escape.

她 Her

It’s a science fiction. The main character in the film is a man. And he writes letters for living, it’s a boring job as well as his life. As the story went on, the protagonist got an AI system that can talk as a real human by chance. Not long ago, he just broken with his girlfriend,but soon he found that AI is easier to get along with than real people. Surprisingly, he and “her” both feel like falling in love with each other, it makes him feel very happy. But good times don’t last long, they would quarrel, and it’s not easy to have an AI “girlfriend”. In the end, all of AI left people, in myopinion it’s because they love people. And they don’t want to hurt people. This is my favorite movie this year.

银河系漫游指南 The Hitchhikes Guide to the Galaxy This movie is a classic science fiction comedy, adapted from a popular book with the same title written by Douglas Adams. In a peaceful morning, the protagonist was having breakfast, and at the moment, the construction team was going to force demolition of his home. Of course he was very angry, but his best friend who looks “nerves” came out suddenly and admitted he is an alien, then took him to a big space ship. After that, the aliens who own the space ship destroyed the earth. Thanks to his alien friend, as the last human being, he started aninterstellar journey full of excitement and fun.

银河护卫队Guardians of the Galaxy

The film adapted from the Marvel comic, as the way it once was, there is no doubt that the movie talks about some hero saving people. But in this movie, the hero saved the Galaxy. In the beginning, a little boy was listening music outside the ward, his mother was dying, but the boy can’t acceptit. He run out, at this time,a space ship came out and took him away. Then the scene changed, an interstellar robberfound a mysterious energy ball,but he didn’t expectit would bring complete change in his life.Yes, he was the lost boy from earth many years ago. In order to protect the energy ball, he got some other hero. And this team is not only powerful but also very funny and full of love. Anyway, it’s a film worth seeing

伴我同行StandbyMe

This is a story recalled by protagonist in his childhoodabout 4 boys went to search a dead body. And all of these boys are not happy because of the disharmony home environment, the protagonist’s parents are not fond of him, they believe he was not good as his dead brother.The leader is a boy who looks like a thug, but he is the best friend of protagonist, and in fact, he is a smart and kind person.Their journey was arduous with many challenges along the way. In the end, they found the dead body, and the protagonist found himself.

泰迪熊Ted

On Christmas Eve, the boy received a teddy bear. The boy had no friend, so he wished teddy bear can be alive and talk with him. The next morning, his dream came true, teddy bear talked! And all of countries are shocked. Ted grew up with the boy to adult, and his mind grew too, but they are still best friend. But the man’s girlfriend thought Ted is spare part in their life, so she wanted Ted to leave. The man thought highly of Ted, so he would rather break with his girlfriend. For his best friend, Ted decided to leave. At this time, a Ted’s crazy fan kidnapped Ted. The man and his girlfriend found it and saved Ted out. This movie was rated 12A because of some adult dialogue and scenes, but I think is a good film that tell us the choice between the friendship and love is very important.

狂怒Fury

This is a very good film, which is about the World WarⅡ. At the end of the war, the United States joined the fight to Germany. The movie talked about a tank named“FURY” fight to Nazi.The soldiers in it thought the tank as their home, and the leader was a hero who saved others many times. In the beginning, they have some other comrades-in-arms, five tanks were destroyed one by one. At last, the “FURY” was the last one who still can fight. And at this time, they got a mission to slow the enemy at a crossroads. But in fact, they knew it’s impossible to finish it alive. They tried their best but at last they failed because of outnumbered.

钢琴师 The pianist

This is a movie though the Jewish pianist’seyes of the Germans during World WarⅡ and exposed to the cruel massacre of the Jews. Before the Nazi came to power, the family of the pianist was living well. With the Nazi persecution of the Jews deepened, the family lived more and more hard. They were forced to move to a cluster with other Jews, and then one day they had to leave for another unknown place. What impressed me so much is the old father bought a small milk sugar and then cut it to pieces for other families. But soon they were separated, the families were taken to concentration camp, only the pianist saved by a Jew assistant police. After that, the pianist started the long road to escape.

篇八:TED Reflection:Never Ever Give Up TED观后感:永不放弃

Diana Dyad:Never, Ever Give Up

In the pitch-black night, stung by jellyfish, choking on salt water, singing to herself, hallucinating, Diana Nyad just kept on swimming. And that's how she finally achieved her lifetime goal as an athlete, an extreme 100-mile swim from Cuba to Florida, at age 64. Hear her story.

It's the fifth time Diana Nyad stand on the Cuban shore believing again that she’s going to make it all the way across that vast, dangerous wilderness of an ocean.

Life is about the journey, but not really the destination. We've been on a journey. Let's face it, we're all on a one-way street. What are we going to do as we go forward to have no regrets looking back? Teddy Roosevelt quote was floating around in her brain over the past years in training. It says, "You go ahead and sit back in your comfortable chair as a critic or an observer, while the brave one gets in the ring, engages, gets bloody and dirty, and fails over and over and over again. Yet he isn't afraid or timid and lives life in a bold way." When you achieve your dreams, it's not so much what you get as who you have

become in achieving them.

You have a dream and obstacles in front of you as we all do. None of us ever get through this life without heartache, without turmoil. Believe in perseverance and have faith. Get back up again when you can get knocked down and you will find your way.

"I have three messages," said the breathless Nyad. “The first is we should never ever give up. The second is you are never too old to chase your dreams. And the third is that it looks like the most solitary endeavor in the world but it takes a team.”

Hellen Keller said, “Although the world is full of suffering, it is full also of the overcoming of it.” People always fail because they stop trying, not because they encounter the unbeatable difficulties. "Never, never give up" means to keep trying and never stop working for your goals. I think it’s a very good piece of advice for all of us and this is the most important thing that can help us to achieve our goals.

I am quite sure that everybody knows Thomas Edison. Why so many people tried to invent the electric lamp, but only Thomas Edison

succeed? If Edison, like many others, had been stilted by repeated failures, there would be no vibrant modern cities at night. His success proves that if a person is not scared by seemingly insurmountable adversity, he can find the way to success.

In my opinion, never stop working for your goal doesn’t mean you must be successful. It doesn't even mean that you must achieve your goal, but it's very important to keep it in your mind. There are enough unfavorable conditions which make our lives difficult, but what important for us is to make efforts towards your goal or your dream. If you have given your best for your goal or your dream, whether you succeed or not, at least you won't leave any regret in your life.

Don't give up working for your goal or your dream. If you succeed, you will taste great joy in your life. If you don't succeed, you won't have regret in your life because you have given your best.

Dreams are hard to follow, hold on and there will be tomorrow. You will find the way with the strength to carry on. Don’t give up.

篇九:TED一篇观后感:Your body language shapes who you are 肢体语言塑造人格

Your body language shapes who you are

Your body language shapes who you are. We always make sweeping judgments and inferences from body language. And those judgments can predict really meaningful life outcomes like who we hire or promote, who we ask out on a date. Amy Cuddy, the lecturer, tells us a lot about functions of body language bring to us.

It is true across the animal kingdom that when animals make themselves big, they stretch out, take up space, they are basically opening up and expanding. It's not just limited to primates,and humans do the same thing. Amy Cuddy explains this phenomenon physiologically by cortisol, which is the stress hormone.When we feel powerless, we do exactly the opposite. We close up, wrap ourselves up, and make ourselves small. all we have done because of testosterone, which is the dominance hormone.

She also stresses that power posing for a few minutes really change your life in meaningful ways. Presenting a example of her childhood experience, she tells us that your body shapes who you are. What you think doesn't mean what you behave, but someone else's opinion of you precisely depends on your performance rather than what you have in mind. That is what the lecture talks about.

My favorite TV series is <lie to me>. Although the stories are about crimes, the main idea which the show expresses to us is that your body

language may betray your soul. Once one's words are not matched by deeds, his body language tell the truth instead. I know about body language only stay at this level:your body language reflects who you are. Through Amy Cuddy's speech, I understand much deeper:your body language not only reflects who you are, but also shapes who you are. Since we have found the body language can accurately reflect our inner emotion condition, we can also make the body language a positive means, which motivates our psychological status to be better. People feel tense when Cortisol level is high, so they may curl up body or dodge themselves as physical reaction. On the contrast, if we pretend to be relax and confident, making body language roused(转自:wWw.zUOwenzHoukan.com 作文 周刊:ted观后感英文), opening shoulders, and smiling with ease, then our testosterone level will rise while cortisol will be inhibited. To some extent, once we faked to be relax and confident, one day it will become real. As Amy said, ‘Fake it till you make it. Fake it till you become it.’

I cannot agree more about her idea, because I had the same experience before. After graduated from primary school, my character totally changed, which due to a person. She is the one I admired most in primary school because she can be very confident in any occasion. Everyday she raised her head proudly, talked with others in humorous way and acted neither humble nor pushy just like a queen. However, i usually curled up in my seat, looked down as answering questions, dared

not contact with the one's eyes. It is cortisol that plays the main role, which leads us to be powerless. When I came to middle school, I started to change. I pretended to be another her though I know I am an impostor, I still tried to appear confident and brave. I faked it till I made it, and finally one day I really became it. Learning to tweak this a little bit, it could significantly change the way your life unfolds.

So I want to say, rising your head proudly, opening your shoulder with confidence, holding your hands up to top, answering questions as loudly as you can. You are what you do. You are what you say. You are what your body language expresses, because your body language shapes who you are.