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(aww)HI老師,我是玉婷,今天是我又重生的第一天。哈哈不知道老師還記不記得我念了法律系?在成大畢業後一年了,目前還是以拿到律師資格為主要(畢竟現在充斥著法律系學生,要從系上畢業拿到畢業證書沒什麼,現在江湖上都在說拿到律師資格才算畢業,不論之後是否執業),然後一直在準備考進可以進法院工作的公職。(我不是執著在考公職,而是想要進法院工作,一份可以學以致用的工作XD)
去年畢業其實滿徬徨的,身邊和自己不同科系出身的好友們都陸續找到工作,成為社會新鮮人,我也找了行政機關半年約僱的工作,邊工作邊念書(考試大概十幾科吧...= =),剩下半年又回到成大念書準備考試。上上禮拜考完律師司法官一試(要到達前三分之一才能考10月的二試),昨天考完司法特考,但感覺不大對,寫起來卡卡的,所以...可能又要明年再戰吧!
當考生的這段時間覺得自己很醜陋,外在根本無心打理外內心要一直取得平衡。佩常常跟我分享工作上的好事壞事快樂的事悲傷的事,而我卻還在做跟五年前考大學一樣的事情;其實除了法律,我對心理也很有興趣,大四也修了一年心理相關的課程,一直很想要找時間攝取另一專業領域的知識;還有英文,這幾年塞進一堆法律人的邏輯、解釋方法,丟掉最多的就是英文,所以之前跟老師您買了線上的英文課程,但又遷就於國考,我一直無法像高中一樣很開心地讀英文(總是覺得,啊!我民法一千多條還沒念熟、訴訟法概念還不清楚等等,英文就之後再說吧的那種心態)
然後阿,我今天起床就想念英文,幸好之前就跟老師買了課程,信箱打開也不用挑要看哪篇,因為老師都挑好了,上老師的英文課真的好開心啊!!!!!!!!!打開Robin Williams那個錄影課程,內心超澎湃的!!!!!!!!太感動了!(ah...)您在課程上的用心我相信很多人都有感受到!
哈哈,本來想說等之後教師節再表達我對您的感謝,但又想到愛要及時感謝也要及時,就打了落落長一篇XD謝謝你啦老師!之前英文是因為有你才讓我對這科感興趣,讓我進了想進的學校,現在又上了你的課,我一定會用力填補那些被我拋棄的英文能力的!(ok)
最後祝福老師和師母身體健康事事順心,還有老師的狗狗喵喵們長命百歲!
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再見,船長!】好萊塢著名影星羅賓
·威廉姆斯死亡,警方初步診斷為自殺。他曾是《家有傑克》中的老男孩傑克,曾是《心靈捕手》中的完美老師,也曾是《死亡詩社》中激昂澎湃的船長先生:但卻做不了真實生活中的自己。直至他選擇決絕的死去,世人才驚覺他微笑臉孔底下的悲傷。美國總統Obama悼念:「他讓我們歡笑,他讓我們哭泣」。謝謝他,曾在銀幕上精彩的為我們活著。再見,船長! 8 張相片)
前一陣子最主要的新聞大概都是戰爭的新聞,在戰火下、炮火之下的人,他最終的命題:如何活下來?在面對炮火的時刻,炮火太無情了!流離失所難以想像的痛苦:然後在沒有炮火的時刻,如何快樂地活著,成了最困難的難題。起來看見Robin Williams的新聞,想起來劇場裏的一句話:「最後所有的角色你真正擅長演出的只有自己。」「你可以演出所有的角色,而最不擅長演出的是自己。」Robin Williams可瘋癲、能正經,Obama悼念他,這位心靈導師終究過不了自己人生的關卡,他的劇照哈哈大笑,你怎麼會想到他有重度的憂鬱、重度的悲傷?我最近當然聽了很多人告訴我説:抗憂鬱的藥物其實會給憂鬰症的人,帶來一種很大的依賴,以致於使他不積極面對他怎麼面對他的疾病。如果我們把憂鬱當成一種疾病,你憂鬱症了,你可以只吃藥嗎?你應該積極面對如何在藥物之外你可以站起來! 一個人肉體上被折磨,他精神是強壯的,最可怕的疾病就是你的心打倒了!所以Robin Williams他的走很多人很傷感,如果你的朋友家人有憂鬱症,方法是什麼?有一個方法是找醫生,吃藥跟心理輔導,那只是方法之一,放棄了其他應該一起治療的方法。換句話說一個人得憂鬱症吃抗憂鬱症的藥只是很初期中的步驟之一而已⋯⋯ 你應該去旅行、你應該去運動、你應該去騎單車,你應該找些可以聊聊天的人,你要找心理輔導的人,你可以去當志工,你可以去看兒童癌症病房,看別人在生命裏頭如何掙扎,你去看一些人的傳記,看他們在生死邊緣沒有了雙腳,看他們在各種狀況𥚃頭如何想辦法生存下來。 你看看自己擁有的再看看別人沒有的,一條這麼美好的生命就走了!這世界有這麼多等待捐心臟的人、等待捐腎臟、肝臟的人,他們都想為他們家人活著。可是一條美好的生命,你過不了心中的那一關,很大的原因可能是你演了好多角色,你沒有把「自己」的角色扮演好。 你身邊有憂鬱症的人,你多陪陪他,多跟他聊天,可是別讓他只依賴藥物,讓他知道這個世界有多大,讓他知道痛苦的人有多少。除了要找可靠的好朋友聊聊天,遠離負面的事情,遠離負面的人,還有一件事情:出去旅遊,換一個環境,最重要的「當志工」看到別人的處境,看到比你困難的人、看到比你不幸的人,其實這是憂鬱症最好的抗憂鬱症「藥物」。 幾乎沒有只吃抗憂鬱症藥物好的人,心理醫生認為藥物只是初期的治療,你不能長期依賴它,你跌在裡面甚至可能一輩子走不出來,到最後所有人都覺得很遺憾。Robin Williams他是演不好自己,但他演了一齣戲,或許還是很特別的演出:教導我們如果你的家人、身邊的親人有憂鬱症的話,千萬別讓他走向所有人不希望的悲劇,而這悲劇對人生來講是很可惜的!播放一首Carpenters的歌曲希望這首歌曲給大家帶來一些溫暖,也悼念離開人世的Robin Williams⋯⋯
Carpenters Close To You
Remembering Robin Williams
Actor and friend
Aug 12th 2014, 13:28 by N.B.
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ROBIN WILLIAMS, an actor and comedian, died on August 11th, aged 63. The flood of grief-stricken commentary that followed news of his death has not simply been a response to his many achievements as a corruscating comedian and award-winning actor. It has also been a sign that audiences felt they knew him as a friend. In his stand-up specials and chat-show appearances, he never seemed to be holding anything back. Dripping with sweat, pouring out words in torrents, he seemed to have no filters between his buzzing brain and the outside world. He could be endearingly open and honest about his own problems (for years he was addicted to alcohol and cocaine), even while improvising delirious flights of fancy and flitting from character to character. Viewers loved him for it.
Mr Williams had a versatility that few comedy superstars have matched. Soon after he finished his studies at the Juilliard Shool, a conservatory in New York, he guest-starred as a goofy extra-terrestrial called Mork in an episode of  “Happy Days”, and made such a deep impression that he was immediately given a sitcom of his own, “Mork And Mindy”. He was also given licence to improvise, a decision that broke new ground in the world of sitcoms and introduced mainstream audiences to Mr Williams's freewheeling ad libs. Suddenly he was a star, but when he made his first films, Robert Altman’s “Popeye” (1980) and George Roy Hill’s “The World According to Garp” (1982), he did not transfer Mork to a new setting. Instead of playing a childlike alien, he played adult humans. He was subdued and vulnerable—even when, in “Popeye”, he was a cartoon sailor with rugby-ball forearms.

The first film to capitalise on his motormouthed chat-show persona was “Good Morning Vietnam” (1987), in which Mr Williams played the rebellious host of an armed-forces radio show. The hit soundtrack album interspersed golden oldies with Mr Williams’s DJ chatter five years before “Reservoir Dogs” used the same gimmick. Disney’s “Aladdin” (1992) also made considerable use of Mr Williams’s whirlwind improvisation, and again it was groundbreaking. As the blue-skinned genie, Mr Williams riffed manically, forcing the animators to make the character change shape incessantly to follow Mr Williams's hurtling trains of thought. No previous cartoon had adapted a character so radically to suit the comic stylings of a particular actor.
Mr Williams was nominated for Academy Awards three times, first for "Good Morning, Vietnam", and later for touching roles in “Dead Poets Society” (1989) and Terry Gilliam’s “The Fisher King” (1991). But it was his warm yet rough-edged turn as a widowed psychology professor in “Good Will Hunting” (1997) that finally secured him the award for Best Supporting Actor.
It was around this time, though, that he also starred in his most mawkish films: “Jack” (1996), “Patch Adams” (1998), “Jakob The Liar” (1999) and “Bicentennial Man” (1999). Reviewers complained that the more angelic Mr Williams tried to be, the more creepy he seemed. Perhaps he took the criticisms to heart: in 2002 he played a diabolical serial killer in Christopher Nolan’s “Insomnia” and a pathetic stalker in “One Hour Photo”. He was chillingly credible in both.
As revelatory as the switch from saccharine to sour films was, it was typical of Mr Williams, who could never be written off, who would never settle into a rut, who never gave a half-hearted performance, and who could jump between genres as energetically as he could jump between characters in his stand-up routines. Decades into his Hollywood career, he was still showing us new sides to his talent. Given the opportunity, he would doubtless have shown many more.