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[This I Believe] 【整理】2015-11-13&11-19 活得真诚而坦率

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Examining Life with Candor and Frankness


Judge Frederica Massiah-Jackson has presided over civil trial courtrooms for nearly twenty years, and she has instructed her juries to reach a verdict only after careful and thorough deliberation. Recently, she realized that she should follow the same advice in deliberating over her future.


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I have presided in Philadelphia’s civil trial courtrooms for nearly twenty years. Each day, our jurors, who are citizens, licensed drivers, taxpayers, or voters (or all of the above), sit and hear and see the real dramas of life. As the judge, I tell my jurors at every trial to “examine the issues and the evidence with candor and frankness.”

 

I believe in the process of the jury system. I am always impressed with the jurors’ capacity to maturely and thoughtfully reach a resolution. The jury’s collective wisdom is grounded in their deliberations. Our jurors bring common sense to resolve life experiences.

 

After many years in the courts, I have adopted that same process of reexamining my views and changing my opinions about myself and others. Increasingly, I find myself looking inward with self-scrutiny and self-examination. I examine my own life experiences, my surroundings, and my goals in my personal and professional life. I, too, look at the evidence and the inferences, “freely and fairly with a sincere effort to arrive at a just verdict.”

 

I remember celebrating my fifty-sixth birthday a few years ago. A messenger delivered a dozen yellow roses from a friend. My two children called to wish me well. But despite the smiles, I felt that it was an uncharacteristically serious birthday for me. I was now closer to age sixty than to fifty. And I instinctively knew that it was time to begin my own deliberations. Sure, I understood that “sixty is the new forty,” but the reality of aging closer to that number is so much more than saying a catchy phrase.

 

And as I think about where I’ve been and what I am doing, I realize that I am following the advice and process that I have been providing to my jurors for so many years: “Your verdict should only be reached after careful and thorough deliberation.”

 

I am looking at the second half of my life with a sense of transformation…an evolution. As the judge and the jury, it is not clear what the verdict will be; however, I know that this process of deliberation is exhilarating. I feel the tension within me and around me as I am considering new horizons and different directions. Life changes in ways that we can never anticipate. I believe that the process will bring a just resolution.

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[Homework]2015-11-13&11-19 活得真诚而坦率

And this brings me to what I believe.I believe life is a spiritual struggle.
I believe in being gracious to others.
I believe in the power of science fiction.
I believe in singing badly.
I believe that God lives in the space between people.
I believe in so much more than freedom of speech, and I believe that it's time we all took a stand.
This I believe.
Welcome to This I believe. I'm Dan G*. Aging is a funny thing. When we are children, we are ancious to get older, so we can reach our next birthday and get presents; so we can ride the big rides at the amusement park; so we can learn to drive. But then somewhere along the line, some of us become less excited by our birthdays, especially those that bring us closer to major milestones. This week's essayist Judge Frederica Massiah-Jackson decided to heed her own instructions as she deliberated about the process of growing older.
I have presided in Philadelphia's civil trial court rooms for nearly 20 years. Each day, our juries or citizens, licence drivers, tax payers or **, or all of the above, sit and hear and see their real dramas of life. As to judge, I tell my juries at every trial to examine the issues and the evidence with candor and frankness. I believe in the process at the jury system. I'm always impressed with the jury's capacity to maturely and thoughtfully reach a resolution. The jury's collective wisdom is granded in their deliberations. After many years in the courts, I have adapted that same process of reexamining my views and changing my opinions about myself and others. Increasingly, I find myself looking inward with self-scrutiny and self-examination. I examine my own life experience, my surroundings and my goals, and my personal and professional life. And I, too, look at the evidence at the infancies, freely and fairly, with a sincere effort to arrive at a just verdict.
I remember celebrating my 56 birthday a few years ago. A messager delivered a dozen yellow roses from a friend. My two children called to wish me well. But despite the smiles, I felt with an uncharacteristically serious birthday for me. I was now closer to age 60 than to 50. And I instinctively knew that it was time to begin my own deliberations.
Sure, I understood 60 is the new 40. But the reality of aging closer to that number is so much more than saying a catchy phrase. And as I think about where I have been and what I'm doing, I realize that I'm following the advice and process that I've been providing to my juries for so many years. Your verdict should be reached only after a careful and thorough deliberation. I am looking at the second half of my life, with a sense of transformation and revolution. As the judge and the jury, it's not clear what verdict would be, however I know that this process of deliberation is exhilerating. I felt the tension within me and around me, as I am considering new horizons and different directions. Life changes in ways we can never anticipate. I believe that the process will bring a just resolution.
Judge Frederica Massiah-Jackson was elected to the Philadephia Court of Common Police in 1983....

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[Homework]2015-11-13&11-19 活得真诚而坦率

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And this brings me to what I believe. I believe life is scar just struggle. I believe being gracious to others. I believe in a power of science fictions. I believe I am singing badly. I believe that god lives in the space between people. I believe in so much more than freedom speech, and I believe that it's time all to stand. This I Believe, welcome to this I believe, I am Dan Guttmann. Aging is a fanny thing, when we were children, we anxious to get older, so we can return next birthday and get presents, so we can ride the big rides in the Misterm Park, so we can learn to drive, but then some were along the line, some of us become less excited about birthdays, and especially those to bring us closer to major milestones. This week essayist, Judge Frederica Massiah-Jackson decided to heed her own instructions, as she deliberated about the process her growing older. I have presided in Philadelphia several trial court rooms for nearly twenty years. Each day, our juries, who are citizens, license drivers, tax payers or voters, or all of the above, sit, and hear and see the real dramas of life. As the judge, I tell my juries at every trial to examine the issues and the evidence with candor and frankness. I believe in a process in the jury system, I am always impressed with the juries’ capacity to maturely and fault-fully to reach the resolution. The juries’ collected wisdom is grounded in their deliberations. After many years in the court, I have adopted that same process of re-examining my views and changing my opinions about myself and others. Increasingly, I find myself looking inward with self-scrutiny and self-examination. I examine my own life experiences, my surroundings, and my goals and my personal and professional life. And I too look at the evidence of the influences, freely and fairly with a sincere effort to arrive at a just verdict. I remember celebrating my fifty-six birthday a few years ago. A messenger delivered a dozen yellow roses from my friend. My two children called to wish me well. But despite the smiles, I felt it was an uncharacteristically serious birthday for me. I was now closer to eight-sixty than to fifty. And I instinctively knew that was time to begin my own deliberations. Sure I understood that sixty is a new forty, but the reality of aging, closer to that number is so much more than saying catchy phrase. And as I think about where I have been and what I am doing, I realize that I am following the advice and process that I have being providing to my juries for so many years. Your verdict should be reached only after careful and thorough deliberation. I am looking at the second half of my life, with the sense of transformation and revolution. As the judge and jury, it's not clear what the verdict be, however I know that this process of deliberations is exhilarating. I felt the tension within me and around me as I am considering new horizons and different directions. Life changes in ways we can never anticipate. I believe that the process will bring a just resolution. Judge Frederica Massiah-Jackson was elected to the Philadelphia court of common pleas in 1983, a graduate from Jasonville Colleague and University of Pennsylvania Law School, she practiced corporate and civil litigation and the law from blank roam, before advancing to the bench. Judge Massiah-Jackson was a lecturer at the Walton school of the University of Pennsylvania from 1992 to 2002, she also served as the president judge of the court of common pleas from 2000 to 2006. Her essay was recorded in studios of WHYY in Philadelphia, and was produced by Elizabeth Paris Lunar. It is featured in our latest book this I believe Philadelphia which is on sale now and can be ordered from our website, and thisIbelieve.work/store. You can also sponsor this week's essay or any essay you like on our website by making a tax deductible donation of only 20 dollars. You can put the sponsorship in your name, your business name, or you can choose to honour in memorize someone important to you. You can find out more on our website at thisIbelieve.work/SAsponsorship or one world, or you can just click on the sponsor this Essay link at top of this week’s essay or any essay on the website, I am Dan Guttmann, thanks for listening. We will see you next week.



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