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贵 阳 哪 家 医 院 可 以 治 疗 子 宫 肌 瘤贵阳/治疗尿道炎要多少钱Thank you. (Applause.) Thank you very much. Thank you, thank you, thank you. I think Winston Churchill said the only reason people give a standing ovation is they desperately seek an excuse to shift their underwear. (Laughter.) So certainly before I’ve opened my mouth, that’s true. (Laughter.)Anyway, President Salovey and faculty members, parents, siblings who came here under the false impression there would be free food (laughter); Handsome Dan, wherever you are, probably at some fire hydrant somewhere (laughter); members of the 2013 NCAA champion men’s ice hockey team (cheers and applause); distinguished guests and graduates, graduates of the Class of 2014, I really am privileged to be able to be here and share the celebration of this day with you, especially 48 years after standing up right here as a very intimidated senior wondering what I was going to say.You are graduating today as the most diverse class in Yale’s long history. Or as they call it in the NBA, Donald Sterling’s worst nightmare. (Laughter and applause.)Nia and Josh: Thank you for such a generous introduction. What Josh didn’t mention is that he interned for me at the State Department last summer. (Cheers and applause.) Well, hold on a minute now. (Laughter.) I learned that he’s not afraid to talk truth to power, or semi-truth. (Laughter.) On his last day he walked up to me at the State Department and he was brutally honest. He said, “Mr. Secretary, JE sucks.” (Laughter and cheers.)No, actually, on the last day at the State Department, he asked if I would come here today and deliver a message his classmates really needed to hear. So here it goes: Jarred Phillips, you still owe Josh money from that road trip last fall. (Laughter and applause.)I have to tell you, it is really fun for me to be back here on the Old Campus. I’m accompanied by a classmate of mine. We were on the soccer team together. We had a lot of fun. He served as ambassador to Italy recently, David Thorne. And my daughter Vanessa graduated in the Class of 1999, so I know what a proud moment this is for your parents. But my friends, the test will be if they still feel this way next May if you live at home. (Laughter.)Now, I’m really happy you made it back from Myrtle Beach. (Cheers and applause.) As if you hadn’t aly logged enough keg time at “Woads”. (Cheers.) Just remember, just remember: 4.0 is a really good GPA, but it’s a lousy blood-alcohol level. (Laughter.)I love the hats. We didn’t have the hats when I was here. I love the hats. They are outrageous. They’re spectacular. This may well be the only event that Pharrell could crash and go unnoticed. (Laughter and applause.)I’ve been looking around. I’ve seen a couple of Red Sox, a few Red Sox hats out there. (Cheers.) I’ve also seen a few of those ded interlocking N’s and Y’s. (Cheers.) But that’s okay: I said diversity is important. (Laughter.) It’s also an easy way for me to tell who roots for the Yankees and who’s graduating with distinction. (Laughter and cheers.)So here’s the deal, here’s the deal: I went online and I learned in the Yale Daily comments that I wasn’t everyone’s first choice to be up here. (Laughter.)When Yale announced that I’d be speaking, someone actually wrote, “I hope they give out Five-Hour Energy to help everyone stay awake.” (Laughter.) Well don’t worry folks: I promise not to be one minute over four hours. (Laughter.)Someone else wrote I haven’t “screwed up badly as Secretary of State ... yet.” (Laughter.) Well, all I can say is, stay tuned. (Laughter.)But my favorite comment was this: “I’m really proud that a Yalie is Secretary of State.” I should have stopped ing right there because he or she went on to write, “but he is butt ugly.” (Laughter.) So there go my dreams of being on “Yale’s 50 most beautiful” list. (Cheers and applause.)It really is a privilege for me to share this celebration with you, though I’m forewarned that no one remembers who delivers their graduation speech. All I really remember about our speaker in 1966 is that he was eloquent, insightful, really good looking. (Laughter.) Anyway, one thing I promise you, one thing I promise you: I will stay away from the tired cliches of commencement, things like “be yourself,” “do what makes you happy,” “don’t use the laundry room in Saybrook”. (Cheers and applause.) That’s about all I’ll say about that. (Laughter.)So right after we graduated, Time Magazine came out with its famous “Man of the Year” issue. But for 1966, Timedidn’t pick one man or one woman. They picked our entire generation.And Time expressed a lot of high hopes for us. It not only predicted that we’d cure the common cold, but that we’d cure cancer, too. It predicted that we’d build smog-free cities and that we’d end poverty and war once and for all. I know what you’re thinking – we really crushed it. (Laughter.)So fair question: Did my generation get lost? Well, that’s actually a conversation for another time. But let me put one theory to rest: It’s not true that everyone in my generation experimented with drugs. Although between Flomax, Lipitor and Viagra, now we do. (Laughter and applause.)Now, I did have some pretty creative classmates back then. One of my good friends, very close friends in JE – (cheers) – I’m going to set it right for you guys right now. (Laughter.) One of my good friends in JE had at least two hair-brained ideas. The first was a little start-up built on the notion that if people had a choice, they’d pay a little more to mail a package and have it arrive the very next day. Crazy, right? Today that start-up is called FedEx. And by the way, it was created in JE, which therefore means JE rules. (Cheers and applause.)Now, his other nutty idea was to restart something called the Yale Flying Club. And admittedly, this was more of a scheme to get us out of class and off the campus. So I basically spent my senior year majoring in flying, practicing take-offs and landings out at Tweed Airport. Responsible? No. But I wouldn’t have missed it.And one of the best lessons I learned here is that Mark Twain was absolutely right: Never let school get in the way of an education.201503/367260贵 阳 妇 科 医 院 网 站 Baumeister and his colleagues鲍迈斯特和他的同事们have shown that taking certain actions to improve willpower已经明 采取某些行动来提高意志力is the surest way to a more successful life是实现更成功的人生的最可靠的途径Moreover, theyve shown that willpower is like a muscle此外 他们也已明 意志力就像肌肉that can be built with practice可以通过锻炼来强化but also that if you dont actively exercise your willpower而且如果你不积极锻炼你的意志力your capacity to do so will atrophy你的能力就会像你的腹部肌肉一样just like your stomach muscles if you stop doing sit-ups在停止做仰卧起坐之后会出现萎缩Theyve even learned that because willpower is associated with a certain part of your brain他们甚至还了解到 由于意志力与大脑的某些部位有关maintaining glucose levels in your blood to feed that part of your brain保持血液里的血糖水平来滋养大脑的这个部位is critical for sustaining your willpower对于维持意志力至关重要Looked at from another angle从另一个角度看a group of researchers has shown that, more than talent一些研究人员已经明 与天赋相比practice is what determines mastery over any given skill or ability实践才是决定能否掌握任何技能或能力的主要因素Malcolm Gladwell, in his book Outliers马尔科姆?格拉德威尔在他的《局外人》一书中popularized an important body of work that showed推广的一项重要研究成果表明that the path to mastery requires 10,000 hours of practice达到精通之路需要10000个小时的练习Books with titles like ;talent is overrated; have been published to make the point《天赋被高估了》等书的出版就是为了说明这一点Now I want you to know现在 我希望你们了解that theres really good news here这里实际上有个好消息especially for Northeastern graduates尤其是对东北大学的毕业生来说201502/359481贵阳/哪家医院治疗阴道炎比较好

观山湖区人流手术多少钱贵阳/最好医院人流 Until he does so, he labors under a curse. He writes not of love but of lust, of defeats in which nobody loses anything of value, of victories without hope and, worst of all, without pity or compassion. His grief grieves on no universal bones, leaving no scars. He writes not of the heart but of the glands.他若是做不到这样,他的气力终归白费。他不是在写爱而是在写情欲,他写的失败是没有人失去可贵东西的失败,他写的胜利是没有希望的胜利,更糟的是,甚至是没有怜悯或同情的胜利。他不是为遍地白骨而悲伤,所以留不下痕迹。他不是在写心灵而是在写器官。Until he relearns these things, he will wirte as though he stood among and watched the end of man. I decline to accept the end of man. It is easy enough to say that man is immortal simply because he will endure: that when the last ding-dong of doom has clanged and faded from the last worthless rock hanging tideless in the last red and dying evening, that even then there will still be one more sound; that of his puny inexhaustible voice, still talking. I refuse to accept this. I believe that man will not merely endure: he will prevail. He is immortal, not because he alone among creatures has an inexhaustible voice, but because he has a soul, a spirit capable of compassion and sacrifice and endurance. The poets, the wirters duty is to write about these things. It is his privilege to help man endure by lifting his heart, by reminding him of the courage and honor and pride and compassion and pity and sacrifice which have been the glory of his past. The poets voice need not merely be the record of man; it can be one of the props, the pillars to help him endure and prevail.在他重新懂得这些之前,他写作时,就犹如站在处于世界末日的人类中去观察末日的来临。我不接受人类末日的说法。因人能传宗接代而说人是不朽的,这很容易。说即使最后一次钟声已经消失,消失在再也没有潮水冲刷的映在落日余晖里的海上的最后一块无用礁石旁时,还会有一个声音,人类微弱的,持续不断的话语声,这也很容易。但是我不能接受这种说法。我相信人类不仅能传宗接代,而且能战胜一切而永存。人之不朽不是因为在动物中唯独他永远能发言,而是因为他有灵魂,有同情、牺牲和忍耐的能力。诗人和作家的责任就是把这些写出来。诗文和作家的特权就是去鼓舞人的斗志,使人记住过去曾经有过的荣光——人类曾有过的勇气、荣誉、希望、自尊、同情、怜悯与牺牲精神。诗人的声音不应只是人类的记录,而应是使人类永存并得到胜利的柱和顶梁。 /201310/259220贵 阳 人 流 手 术 一 般 多 少 钱

贵阳/妇科医院专家在线And there are certain forms of the FOXO gene我们发现活到90或者100岁人里that have found to be more frequently present最常有的in people who live to be 90 or 100.某种FOXO基因And thats the case all over the world,这是遍布全球的例子as you can see from these stars.正如大家看到的这些星星And each one of these stars represents a population每一个星星代表一个人群where scientists have asked,科学家曾问过;Okay, are there differences in the type of FOXO genes“好吧,在这些活得非常久人群里among people who live a really long time?; and there are.FOXO基因有什么不同吗?” 是的We dont know the details of how this works,我们不知道这起作用的细节but we do know then但我们知道that FOXO genes can impact这FOXO基因能影响the lifespan of people.人们的寿命And that means that, maybe if we tweak it a little bit,这意味着或许如果我们调试一下基因we can increase the health and longevity of people.我们可以增加人们的寿命和保健功能So this is really exciting to me.所以这对我而言很兴奋A FOXO is a protein that we found in these little, round worms我们在这些小圆形线虫发现的FOXO是种蛋白质to affect lifespan,它影响寿命and here it affects lifespan in people.它也影响人们的寿命So weve been trying in our lab now所以现在我们一直在我们实验室to develop drugs研发药物that will activate this FOXO cell它会激活这种FOXO细胞using human cells now现使用人类细胞in order to try and come up with drugs为了试药that will delay aging and age-related diseases.用药来延缓衰老和老龄引发的疾病And Im really optimistic that this is going to work.这会行得通,我对此非常乐观There are lots of different proteins that are known to affect aging.延缓衰老所熟知的有许多不同蛋白质And for at least one of them, there is a drug.至少它们中的之一就是药物Theres one called TOR, which is another nutrient sensor,有种叫TOR,它是另一种营养传感器like the insulin pathway.如同胰岛素传递And mutations that damage the TOR gene --毁坏TOR基因的变异体just like the daf-2 mutations --如同daf 2变异体--extend lifespan in worms延长线虫and flies and mice.苍蝇和老鼠的寿命But in this case, theres aly a drug called rapamycin但在这情况下,已经有种药叫纳巴霉素that binds to the TOR protein和TOR蛋白质联系在一起and inhibits its activity.抑制它的活性And you can take rapamycin and give it to a mouse --你可以拿纳巴霉素,给老鼠试试--even when its pretty old, like age 60 for a human,甚至当它非常老,如同60岁的老人that old for a mouse --那么老的一只老鼠--if you give the mouse rapamycin,如果给老鼠纳巴霉素it will live longer.它会活得久点Now I dont want you all to go out taking rapamycin.现我不想让大家都去吃纳巴霉素It is a drug for people,它是适应于人类的药but the reason is it suppresses the immune system.但原因是它会抵制免疫系统So people take it to prevent organ transplants from being rejected.所以人们吃了它会因排斥而不能器官移植So this may not be the perfect drug所以这或许不是种完美的药物for staying young longer.来永葆青春But still, here in the year 2011,但这还是2011年theres a drug that you can give to mice at a pretty old age就是这种药,你能把它给非常老的老鼠that will extend their lifespan,它会延长它们的寿命which comes out of this science这科学试验thats been done in all these different animals.已经试用于所有这些不同动物身上So Im really optimistic,所以我非常乐观and I think it wont be too long, I hope,我认为我希望,它会不久before this age-old dream begins to come true.这个延缓衰老梦想早日实现Thank you.谢谢201508/391089 Start by volunteering at an after-school program例如在课后项目中担任志愿者or helping some high school kids fill out their college applications或是帮助高中学生填报大学志愿Show them the path that you took跟他们展示你的人生轨迹Or you can think a little bigger你也可以从大处着眼you can get your entire congregation or your community to start a mentoring program例如在整个社区中发起辅导项目maybe convince your new employer to sponsor scholarships for underprivileged kids或是说你的新雇主 为贫困学生提供奖学金资助Or maybe you could think a little higher你也可以有更高的目标maybe you could run for school board or Congress也许你可以竞选教委委员或国会议员or, yes, even President of the ed States甚至美国总统And then maybe you could build preschools for every single one of our kids或许 你将能为每个孩子建立起学前教育机构Maybe you could help turn that pipeline to prison into a highway to college或许 你将能够将通往监狱的末路转变为通往大学的通途help give every child in America an education that is truly worthy of their promise帮助美国的每一个孩子接受到他们应受的教育Those are the kind of big dreams that folks who founded this university reached for这些同这所大学建立者们的梦想一样伟大That is how high they set their bar他们将目标定得如此高远And so we owe it to those folks我们亏欠他们the folks who had the audacity to call their little schools universities这些敢于将学校命名为大学and name their baby boys Emperor将小孩命名为皇帝的人we owe it to them to reach as high as they did我们亏欠他们 我们需要和他们设定一样高的目标and to bring others along the way过程中 将其他人也引向正确的道路As the history of this school has taught us这所学校的历史告诉我们no dream is too big, no vision is too bold没有不可以做的梦 没有不能实现的愿望as long as we stay hungry for education and let that hunger be our North Star只要我们对教育充满渴望 并让这份渴望指引我们there is nothing, graduates, nothing that we cannot achieve就没有任何目标是我们不能达成的So, graduates, this is your mission毕业生们 这就是你们的使命This is your obligation这就是你们的责任I want you to keep reaching higher我希望你们不断朝更高的方向努力I want you all to keep raising your bars我希望你们不断抬高自己的目标Let the next generation know that there is no greater investment than a good education让下一代知道 没有任何比良好教育更好的投资201503/367351贵 阳 哪 家 妇 科 医 院 做 人 流 好贵阳/打胎需多少钱

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