Tom Hanks is a famous American actor, writer and director. Born in 1956. He has twice received the Academy Award for Best Actor, also known as the Oscar. He was speaking at a Yale College event on May 22, 2011. Source: Website English abbreviated translation: Shikhti Sunny
Today is your day. Please do not turn off your electronic devices. Don't turn off your iPhone, iPad, Blackberry, recording device that can spread information, pictures, words. From here, you can compare by arguing on Twitter or Facebook that something memorable has not happened today. You can even 'tweet' this advice!
With a little gantry in my speech, ‘edit’ the graphics and leave them on the web. It can become 'sensational'. There can be a lot of chat on the net about that. This is not impossible in this world of all our possibilities. Welcome to the world ahead. One uncle told his vassal, ‘Stay in college as long as you can. Because the day you get out of here, you have to work from the next day until the last day of your life. '
Every time I go to a reckoning, our fears come with our hopes. I find myself embarrassed by the word 'fear'. Fear is our most emotional obstacle in 2011. We expect this every year in your college, we want to build that you come out of fear. Because we are really afraid of a lot of things. Fear has become one of the cheapest products of this century. Spreads easily and fear changes everything most quickly.
Long ago, US naval officer John Paul Jones said that if the fear was allowed to grow, it would become stronger. I see fear as frightening and stagnant. And we see faith in the way we hold it. Fear screams in our faces every day. Faith must therefore be dynamic in our endeavors through which we look at ourselves in the mirror every day with confidence. So who will be my guru, fear or faith?
Three people were found who could not sleep at night due to fear. It's definitely a story. To allay the fears of the mind, these three set out on a pilgrimage in search of a wise man. In the distance, a wise man was found in a cave in the mountains. There are no trees, no animals, not even insects. When the three reached, they eagerly took refuge in the wise man. The first said, ‘Save me, fear has crippled me!’ The wise man asked, ‘What is the cause of your fear?’ He replied, ‘Death. When will he come for me! ’The wise man advised,‘ Let me take away your fear. Death will not come until you embrace him. Whenever you hold this truth, death will no longer frighten you. '
The second man explained the reason for his fear, ‘Strangers, my new neighbors, they are different from me.’ Go home and make a cake and take it to your neighbor. Give their children new toys. Join their music, learn to know their lifestyle. You will become one with them, you will be friends. And your fear will go away. '
The third man said, ‘Every night when I go to sleep, it looks like a spider is coming down the ceiling for my flesh.’ Not even a spider? '
Fear takes the worst of our best deeds and we let it be possible.
We live in a world where everyone blindly believes in many things that do not even exist. We do not gladly accept racial diversity, which may have created unity among us. Do you wake up every morning to wake up the fear, or give the confidence a chance? You just have to be more discriminating with the help you render toward other people. With all your achievements, intelligence and power today at Yale College you know what you have to do.
In the days ahead, fighters will continue to return to the country from battlefields around the world. Their confidence on the battlefield has turned into fear. Your responsibility will be to remove that fear from their eyes. They need to be educated so that they know. Work must be done so that they can go from a fighter to a conscious citizen. Sow confidence in them. The rest they will take themselves forward.
So, the convocation is called L. Your responsibility has begun. But the field of work will not always be pleasant for us. Hard work may not always bring success. The days may seem more unbearable than the other. You have to work every day from convocation to the rest of your life. Fear and self-confidence must be compromised. Fear will take you back. Confidence will take you forward. Which way are you going? Go ahead all the time. Then share your results on Twitter with the whole world. Thanks and congratulations everyone