因为爱,所以懂得;因为懂得,所以悲悯,所以,我愿以微小的自己照映视线所及的生命,因为我相信善的蝴蝶效应。爱在当下,不在将来,让我从点滴的温暖开始做起。 (谢谢大家的关注信任,因个人精力有限,无法一一回复咨询邮件,请原谅,请大家直接拨打021--64333183,64333512进行咨询预约。祝福每一位。We raise you up to more than you can be……).

少有人走的路

2009-04-14 18:02:05 / 个人分类:林紫的感恩簿

 

    许久没有记录生活了。

 

    0911起,从苏州西园寺到东京浅草寺,从湄洲妈祖庙到潮州韩公祠,从鼓浪屿到月亮湾,从楠溪江到箱根的樱花道,从清源山到富士山,从与济群法师同登太华山、到伴茅毅老师古琴独奏在复旦第四届国际心理分析论坛……很多的精彩和感动,留着慢慢跟大家分享,今天,特别想送一首诗给自己,以此纪念我生命中第二条“少有人走的路”——现在,它已经铺排在我面前,充满未知与好奇、考验与历练,也充满了祝福与温暖;同时,也用这首诗感谢生活,感谢它的每一次安排,感谢它总是带我看见少有人见的风景、体验少有人体验的苦辣酸甜J

 

    感谢你们,一路给我鼓励和支持的亲朋伙伴。

 

    我的道路,让我一路且歌且行,花开烂漫。

 

The Road Not Taken


  Robert Frost


  Two roads diverged in a yellow wood
  And sorry I could not travel both
  And be one traveler, long I stood
  And looked down one as far as I could
  To where it bent in the undergrowth
  Then took the other, as just as fair
  And having perhaps the better claim
  Because it was grassy and wanted wear
  Though as for that the passing there
  Had worn them really about the same
  And both that morning equally lay
  In leaves no step had trodden black
  Oh, I kept the first for another day
  Yet knowing how way leads on to way
  I doubted if I should ever come back
  I shall be telling this with a sigh
  Somewhere ages and ages hence
  Two roads diverged in a wood
  and I—I took the one less traveled by
  And that has made all the difference
  

未选择的路

 罗伯特·弗罗斯特
  黄色的树林里分出两条路
  可惜我不能同时去涉足
  我在那路口久久伫立
  我向着一条路极目望去
  但我却选择了另外一条路
  它荒草萋萋,十分幽寂
  显得更诱人,更美丽
  虽然在这两条小路上
  都很少留下旅人的足迹
  虽然那天清晨落叶满地
  两条路都未经脚印污染
  呵,留下一条路等改日再见
  但我知道路径延绵无尽头
  恐怕我难以再回返
  也许多少年后在某一个地方
  我将轻声叹息把往事回顾
  一片森林里分出两条路
  而我却选择了人迹更少的一条
  从此决定了我一生的道路.
  

 

    在网上查资料,被一段音乐一举击中——钢琴与箫合奏的《绿野仙踪》。多么符合我此刻的心情,多么美妙的心灵邂逅!伴着这首诗一起推荐给大家吧。《绿野仙踪》是我童年最喜欢的童话之一,多萝茜、铁皮人、稻草人和狮子,一起走上属于他们的“少有人走的路”。有趣的是,爷爷的书架上也有一本《绿野仙踪》,出自清代李百川,是本融神魔小说、世情小说和历史小说为一体的名著;而陈悦与马克合奏的,是他们自己的《绿野仙踪》。或许每个人都有自己的“仙踪”,在纯美的乐声中,积极想象属于我们自己的人生版本吧……
                     
    钢琴与箫:《绿野仙踪

 

关于The Road Not Taken的背景资料( 摘自网络)——

 

   《未选择的路》是美国著名诗人罗伯特弗罗斯特的著名诗篇。罗伯特弗罗斯特堪称美国20世纪90年代最受欢迎的诗人之一,是美国非官方的桂冠诗人,他一生致力于诗歌的创作,主要写作并出版了10部诗集,这一首是其第三部诗集《山的间隔》中的名篇。

        正如诗人所写:黄色的树林里有两条岔开的路/可惜我不能在同一时间走两条路/我选择了少人行走的那条/这就造成了一切的差异。诗人选择了诗歌,放下了在一所师范学校教书的职业以及那可能平坦,安稳的生活。他对自己说:写诗吧,穷就穷吧,于是他们就来了英国,在离伦敦不远的一个村子里找到了一座木板茅屋作为新家。不久他的第一本诗集《孩子的意愿》出版了,以它特有的朴素坦率和真淳赢得了诗人们的好评。庞德特撰文说它是美国很长一段时间以来最好的一本诗集。

英文赏析:
    Everyone is a traveler, choosing the roads to follow on the map of their continuous journey, life. There is never a straight path that leaves one with but a sole direction in which to head. Regardless of the original message that Robert Frost had intended to convey, his poem, "The Road Not Taken", has left its readers with many different interpretations. It is one's past, present and the attitude with which he looks upon his future that determines the shade of the light that he will see the poem in. In any case however, this poem clearly demonstrates Frost's belief that it is the road that one chooses that makes him the man who he is. "And sorry I could not travel both..." It is always difficult to make a decision because it is impossible not to wonder about the opportunity cost, what will be missed out on. There is a strong sense of regret before the choice is even made and it lies in the knowledge that in one lifetime, it is impossible to travel down every path. In an attempt to make a decision, the traveler "looks down one as far as I could". The road that will be chosen leads to the unknown, as does any choice in life. As much he may strain his eyes to see as far the road stretches, eventually it surpasses his vision and he can never see where it is going to lead. It is the way that he chooses here that sets him off on his journey and decides where he is going. "Then took the other, just as fair, and having perhaps the better claim." What made it have the better claim is that "it was grassland wanted wear." It was something that was obviously not for everyone because it seemed that the majority of people took the other path therefore he calls it "the road less traveled by". The fact that the traveler took this path over the more popular, secure one indicates the type of personality he has, one that does not want to necessarily follow the crowd but do more of what has never been done, what is new and different. "And both that morning equally lay in leaves no step had trodden black." The leaves had covered the ground and since the time they had fallen no one had yet to pass by on this road. Perhaps Frost does this because each time a person comes to the point where they have to make a choice, it is new to them, somewhere they have never been and they tend to feel as though no one else had ever been there either. "I kept the first for another day!" The desire to travel down both paths is expressed and is not unusual, but "knowing how way leads on to way", the speaker of this poem realizes that the decision is not just a temporary one and he "doubted if I should ever come back." This is his common sense speaking and acknowledging that what he chooses now will affect every other choice he makes afterward. Once you have performed an act or spoken a word that crystallizes who you are, there is no turning back and it cannot be undone. Once again at the end of the poem the regret hangs over the traveler like a heavy cloud about to burst. He realizes that at the end of his life, "somewhere ages and ages hence", he will have regrets about having never gone back and traveling down the roads he did not take. Yet he remains proud of his decision and he recognizes that it was this path that he chose that made him turn out the way and he did and live his life the way in which he lived. "I took the road less traveled by and that had made all the difference." To this man, what was most important, what really made the difference, is that he did what he wanted, even if it meant taking the road less traveled. If he hadn't, he wouldn't be the same man he is now. There are many equally valid meanings to this poem and Robert Frost may have intended this. He may have been trying to achieve a universal understanding. In other words, there is no judgment, no specificity, no moral. There is simply a narrator who makes a decision in his life that had changed the direction of his life from what it may have otherwise been. It allows all readers from all different experiences to relate to the poem.

 
 

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