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Thank you, thank you, President Faust, and Paul Choi, thank you so much.

It’s an honor and a thrill to address this group of distinguished alumni and supportive friends and cavelling parents. We’ve all gathered to share in the joy of this day, so please join me in congratulating Harvard’s Class of 2016.

I can remember my own college graduation, which is easy, since it was only 14 years ago. How many of you took 37 years to graduate? Because, like most of you, I began college in my teens, but sophomore year, I was offered my dream job at Universal Studios, so I dropped out. I told my parents if my movie career didn’t go well, I’d re-enroll.
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It went all right.
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But eventually, I returned for one big reason. Most people go to college for an education, and some go for their parents, but I went for my kids. I’m the father of seven, and I kept insisting on the importance of going to college, but I hadn’t walked the walk. So, in my fifties, I re-enrolled at Cal State — Long Beach, and I earned my degree.
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I just have to add: It helped that they gave me course credit in paleontology for the work I did on Jurassic Park. That’s three units for Jurassic Park, thank you.
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Well I left college because I knew exactly what I wanted to do, and some of you know, too — but some of you don’t. Or maybe you thought you knew but are now questioning that choice. Maybe you’re sitting there trying to figure out how to tell your parents that you want to be a doctor and not a comedy writer.
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Well, what you choose to do next is what we call in the movies the ‘character-defining moment.’ Now, these are moments you’re very familiar with, like in the last Star Wars: The Force Awakens, when Rey realizes the force is with her. Or Indiana Jones choosing mission over fear by jumping over a pile of snakes.
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Now in a two-hour movie, you get a handful of character-defining moments, but in real life, you face them every day. Life is one strong, long string of character-defining moments. And I was lucky that at 18 I knew what I exactly wanted to do. But I didn’t know who I was. How could I? And how could any of us? Because for the first 25 years of our lives, we are trained to listen to voices that are not our own. Parents and professors fill our heads with wisdom and information, and then employers and mentors take their place and explain how this world really works.
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And usually these voices of authority make sense, but sometimes, doubt starts to creep into our heads and into our hearts. And even when we think, ‘that’s not quite how I see the world,’ it’s kind of easier to just to nod in agreement and go along, and for a while, I let that going along define my character. Because I was repressing my own point of view, because like in that Nilsson song, ‘Everybody was talkin’ at me, so I couldn’t hear the echoes of my mind.’
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And at first, the internal voice I needed to listen to was hardly audible, and it was hardly noticeable — kind of like me in high school. But then I started paying more attention, and my intuition kicked in.
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And I want to be clear that your intuition is different from your conscience. They work in tandem, but here’s the distinction: Your conscience shouts, ‘here’s what you should do,’ while your intuition whispers, ‘here’s what you could do.’ Listen to that voice that tells you what you could do. Nothing will define your character more than that.
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Because once I turned to my intuition, and I tuned into it, certain projects began to pull me into them, and others, I turned away from.

And up until the 1980s, my movies were mostly, I guess what you could call ‘escapist.’ And I don’t dismiss any of these movies — not even 1941. Not even that one. And many of these early films reflected the values that I cared deeply about, and I still do. But I was in a celluloid bubble, because I’d cut my education short, my worldview was limited to what I could dream up in my head, not what the world could teach me.

But then I directed The Color Purple. And this one film opened my eyes to experiences that I never could have imagined, and yet were all too real. This story was filled with deep pain and deeper truths, like when Shug Avery says, ‘Everything wants to be loved.’ My gut, which was my intuition, told me that more people needed to meet these characters and experience these truths. And while making that film, I realized that a movie could also be a mission.
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I hope all of you find that sense of mission. Don’t turn away from what’s painful. Examine it. Challenge it.
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My job is to create a world that lasts two hours. Your job is to create a world that lasts forever. You are the future innovators, motivators, leaders and caretakers.
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And the way you create a better future is by studying the past. Jurassic Park writer Michael Crichton, who graduated from both this college and this medical school, liked to quote a favorite professor of his who said that if you didn’t know history, you didn’t know anything. You were a leaf that didn’t know it was part of a tree. So history majors: Good choice, you’re in great shape…Not in the job market, but culturally.
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The rest of us have to make a little effort. Social media that we’re inundated and swarmed with is about the here and now. But I’ve been fighting and fighting inside my own family to get all my kids to look behind them, to look at what already has happened. Because to understand who they are is to understand who were were, and who their grandparents were, and then, what this country was like when they emigrated here. We are a nation of immigrants — at least for now.
鎴戜滑鍓╀笅鐨勫叾瀹冧汉灏遍渶瑕佸姫鐐瑰姏浜嗐傛饭娌″拰鍚炲櫖鎴戜滑鐨勭ぞ浜ゅ獟浣撳彧鍏充箮褰撲笅銆備絾鏄垜鑷繁鍜屽浜洪兘涓嶆柇灏濊瘯锛岃鎴戞墍鏈夌殑瀛╁瓙浠兘閫忚繃杩欎簺锛屽幓鐪嬭繃鍘诲彂鐢熻繃鐨勪簨鎯呫傚洜涓鸿鐭ラ亾浠栦滑鏄皝锛屽氨瑕佸幓鐞嗚В浠栦滑鏇剧粡鏄皝锛屼粬浠殑绁栫埗姣嶆槸璋侊紝浠ュ強褰撲粬浠Щ姘戝埌杩欎釜鍥藉鏉ョ殑鏃跺欙紝杩欎釜鍥藉鍒板簳鏄粈涔堟牱銆傛垜浠槸涓涓Щ姘戝浗瀹——鑷冲皯鐜板湪杩樻槸銆

So to me, this means we all have to tell our own stories. We have so many stories to tell. Talk to your parents and your grandparents, if you can, and ask them about their stories. And I promise you, like I have promised my kids, you will not be bored.

And that’s why I so often make movies based on real-life events. I look to history not to be didactic, ‘cause that’s just a bonus, but I look because the past is filled with the greatest stories that have ever been told. Heroes and villains are not literary constructs, but they’re at the heart of all history.
……杩欏氨鏄负浠涔堟垜缁忓父灏变細瀵兼紨鐢辩湡瀹炰簨浠舵敼缂栫殑鐢靛奖銆傛垜鍥為【鍘嗗彶骞朵笉鏄负浜嗚鏁欙紝杩欐槸棰濆鐨勫鍔憋紝鎴戝洖椤惧巻鍙插洜涓鸿繃鍘诲厖婊′簡閭d簺浠庢潵娌¤璁茶堪鍑烘潵鐨勪紵澶ф晠浜嬨傝嫳闆勫拰鍧忎汉涓嶆槸鏂囧濉戦犲嚭鏉ョ殑锛岃屾槸鍦ㄤ竴鍒囧巻鍙茬殑鏈涓績銆

And again, this is why it’s so important to listen to your internal whisper. It’s the same one that compelled Abraham Lincoln and Oskar Schindler to make the correct moral choices. In your defining moments, do not let your morals be swayed by convenience or expediency. Sticking to your character requires a lot of courage. And to be courageous, you’re going to need a lot of support.
鎵浠ワ紝杩欏氨鏄负浠涔堝惧惉浣犲唴蹇冪殑浣庤闈炲父閲嶈銆傝繖涓庨┍浣夸簹浼媺缃·鏋楄偗鍜屽ゥ鏂崱·杈涘痉鍕掑幓鍋氭纭殑閬撳痉閫夋嫨鐨勪笢瑗挎槸涓鏍风殑銆傚湪灞炰簬浣犵殑“瀹氫箟瑙掕壊鐨勬椂鍒”閲岋紝涓嶈璁╀綘鐨勯亾寰疯渚垮埄鎴栬呯鍒╁乏鍙炽傚繝浜庝綘鐨勮鑹查渶瑕佸緢澶氱殑鍕囨皵锛屽彉寰楀媷鏁紝浣犲張闇瑕佸緢澶氱殑鏀寔銆

And if you’re lucky, you have parents like mine. I consider my mom my lucky charm. And when I was 12 years old, my father handed me a movie camera, the tool that allowed me to make sense of this world. And I am so grateful to him for that. And I am grateful that he’s here at Harvard, sitting right down there.

My dad is 99 years old, which means he’s only one year younger than Widener Library. But unlike Widener, he’s had zero cosmetic work. And dad, there’s a lady behind you, also 99, and I’ll introduce you after this is over, okay?

But look, if your family’s not always available, there’s backup. Near the end of It’s a Wonderful Life — you remember that movie, It’s a Wonderful Life? Clarence the Angel inscribes a book with this: “No man is a failure who has friends.” And I hope you hang on to the friendships you’ve made here at Harvard. And among your friends, I hope you find someone you want to share your life with. I imagine some of you in this yard may be a tad cynical, but I want to be unapologetically sentimental. I spoke about the importance of intuition and how there’s no greater voice to follow. That is, until you meet the love of your life. And this is what happened when I met and married Kate, and that became the greatest character-defining moment of my life.
浣嗘槸锛屽鏋滀綘鐨勫浜哄苟涓嶆绘槸鏀寔浣狅紝杩樻湁B璁″垝銆傚湪銆婄敓娲诲缇庡ソ銆嬪墽缁堝墠锛屽ぉ浣緾larence鍦ㄤ竴鏈功涓婇鍐欎簡杩欏彞璇濓細“鏈夋湅鍙嬬殑浜猴紝涓嶄細鏄敓娲荤殑澶辫触鑰呫”鎴戝笇鏈涗綘浠細鐝嶆儨鍦ㄥ搱浣涘缓绔嬬殑杩欎簺鍙嬭皧銆傝屽湪浣犵殑鏈嬪弸涔嬩腑锛屾垜甯屾湜浣犱滑鎵句釜鑳藉垎浜綘鐢熸椿鐨勫彟涓鍗娿傛垜鐚滄兂浣犱滑涓殑涓浜涗汉瀵规浼氫細鎶辨湁鎬鐤戯紝浣嗘槸鎴戣〃鐜板嚭鐨勬劅鎬ф鏃犳瓑鎰忋傛垜璇翠簡鐩磋鐨勯噸瑕佹э紝浠ュ強闄や簡鐩磋娌℃湁鏇村煎緱杩介殢鐨勫0闊炽傝繖鏄寚鍦ㄤ綘閬囧埌浣犱竴鐢熸渶璐靛窞蹇笁app鈥斿畼鏂圭綉鍧22270.COM涔嬪墠銆傛垜涓庡瀛愮浉鎭嬪苟缁撳鐨勭粡鍘嗗氨鏄姝わ紝杩欐垚涓轰簡鎴戠敓娲讳腑鏈閲嶈鐨“瀹氫箟瑙掕壊鐨勬椂鍒”銆

Love, support, courage, intuition. All of these things are in your hero’s quiver, but still, a hero needs one more thing: A hero needs a villain to vanquish. And you’re all in luck. This world is full of monsters. And there’s racism, homophobia, ethnic hatred, class hatred, there’s political hatred, and there’s religious hatred.
璐靛窞蹇笁app鈥斿畼鏂圭綉鍧22270.COM銆佹敮鎸併佸媷姘斻佺洿瑙夈傛墍鏈夌殑杩欎簺閮藉湪浣犺嫳闆勭殑绠涔嬩腑锛屼絾鏄嫳闆勮繕闇瑕佷竴浠朵笢瑗——鑻遍泟闇瑕佷竴涓幓寰佹湇鐨勫潖浜恒傝屼綘浠墍鏈変汉閮藉緢璧拌繍锛岃繖涓笘鐣屽厖婊′簡鎬墿銆傛湁绉嶆棌姝ц銆佹亹鍚屻佺鏃忎粐鎭ㄣ侀樁绾т粐鎭紝杩樻湁鏀挎不浠囨仺鍜屽畻鏁欎粐鎭ㄣ

As a kid, I was bullied — for being Jewish. This was upsetting, but compared to what my parents and grandparents had faced, it felt tame. Because we truly believed that anti-Semitism was fading. And we were wrong. Over the last two years, nearly 20,000 Jews have left Europe to find higher ground. And earlier this year, I was at the Israeli embassy when President Obama stated the sad truth. He said: ‘We must confront the reality that around the world, anti-Semitism is on the rise. We cannot deny it.’
杩樻槸瀛╁瓙鐨勬椂鍊欙紝鎴戝洜涓烘槸鐘瑰お浜鸿岃璧蜂紡銆傝繖璁╀汉涓ф皵锛屼絾鏄笌鎴戠埗姣嶅拰绁栫埗姣嶆浘缁忛潰瀵圭殑浜嬫儏姣旇捣鏉ワ紝杩欏緢骞虫贰銆傛垜浠兘鐪熸鐩镐俊鍙嶇姽澶繍鍔ㄦ鍦ㄨ“閫锛屼絾鎴戜滑閿欎簡銆傚湪杩囧幓涓ゅ勾闂达紝鏈夊ぇ绾︿袱涓囩姽澶汉绂诲紑娆ф床瀵绘壘鐢熷瓨涔嬪湴銆備粖骞存棭浜涙椂鍊欙紝鎴戝湪浠ヨ壊鍒楀ぇ浣块鍚ゥ宸撮┈鎬荤粺闄堣堪浜嗕竴涓偛鎯ㄧ殑鐜板疄銆備粬璇达細“鍙嶇姽澶繍鍔ㄧ殑澧炲娍鍙戠敓鍦ㄥ叏鐞冨悇鍦帮紝杩欐槸鎴戜滑闇瑕侀潰瀵圭殑浜嬪疄銆傛垜浠笉鑳藉惁璁ゅ畠銆”

My own desire to confront that reality compelled me to start, in 1994, the Shoah Foundation. And since then, we’ve spoken to over 53,000 Holocaust survivors and witnesses in 63 countries and taken all their video testimonies. And we’re now gathering testimonies from genocides in Rwanda, Cambodia, Armenia and Nanking. Because we must never forget that the inconceivable doesn’t happen — it happens frequently. Atrocities are happening right now. And so we wonder not just, ‘When will this hatred end?’ but, ‘How did it begin?’
鎴戞瑙嗚繖涓浜嬪疄鐨勫己鐑堟効鏈涢┍浣挎垜浠1994骞存垚绔嬩簡澶у睜鏉鐪熺浉鍩洪噾浼氾紝浠庨偅浠ュ悗鎴戜滑閲囪浜63涓浗瀹5.3涓囧悕澶у睜鏉鐨勫垢瀛樿呮垨鐩嚮鑰咃紝褰曞埗浜嗕粬浠墍鏈変汉鐨勮瘉璇嶃傜幇鍦ㄦ垜浠繕鍦ㄦ敹闆嗗崲鏃鸿揪銆佹煬鍩斿銆佷簹缇庡凹浜氫互鍙婂崡浜ぇ灞犳潃鐨勮瘉璇嶃傚洜涓烘垜浠案杩滈兘涓嶈蹇樿閭d簺闅句互鎯宠薄鐨勭姜鎭朵細鍙戠敓锛屽苟涓旀椂鏈夊彂鐢熴傛毚琛屼篃浠嶅湪鍙戠敓銆傛墍浠ユ垜浠笉鑳藉彧鍘绘兂“浠囨仺浠涔堟椂鍊欐墠浼氬仠姝紵”鑰屾槸“瀹冩槸鎬庝箞寮濮嬬殑锛”銆

Now, I don’t have to tell a crowd of Red Sox fans that we are wired for tribalism. But beyond rooting for the home team, tribalism has a much darker side. Instinctively and maybe even genetically, we divide the world into ‘us’ and ‘them.’ So the burning question must be: How do all of us together find the ‘we?’ How do we do that? There’s still so much work to be done, and sometimes I feel the work hasn’t even begun. And it’s not just anti-Semitism that’s surging — Islamophobia’s on the rise, too. Because there’s no difference between anyone who is discriminated against, whether it’s the Muslims, or the Jews, or minorities on the border states, or the LGBT community — it is all big one hate.
鎴戞兂鎴戝苟涓嶉渶瑕佸悜涓缇ょ孩琚滈槦鐨勭悆杩疯В閲婃垜浠负浠涔堜細鎷ユ姳閮ㄨ惤鏂囧寲銆備絾鏄湪涓轰富闃熷姞娌逛箣澶栵紝閮ㄨ惤鏂囧寲鏈夊畠鏇撮槾鏆楃殑涓闈€傛湰鑳藉湴鎴栬呯敱鍩哄洜鍐冲畾锛屾垜浠妸涓栫晫鍒嗘垚“鎴戜滑”鍜“浠栦滑”銆傛墍浠ユ鎵嬬殑闂鏄紝鎴戜滑鎵鏈変汉鑳藉叡鍚屽彂鐜“鎴戜滑”锛熸垜浠簲褰撳浣曞幓鍋氾紵浠嶆棫鏈夎澶氱殑宸ヤ綔瑕佸仛锛屾湁鐨勬椂鍊欐垜鐢氳嚦瑙夊緱杩欎竴浜嬩笟杩樻病寮濮嬨傝繖涓嶄粎浠呮槸鎸囧弽鐘瑰お杩愬姩鎶ご锛屼紛鏂叞鎭愭儳鐥囦篃鍦ㄦ姮澶淬傚洜涓洪偅浜涜姝ц鐨勪汉缇や箣闂存槸娌℃湁鍖哄埆鐨勶紝涓嶇浠栦滑鏄﹩鏂灄銆佺姽澶汉銆佽竟澧冨窞閲岀殑寮卞娍浜虹兢锛屾垨鑰呮槸鍚屾ф亱銆佸弻鎬ф亱鍙婂彉鎬ц呯ぞ缇——浠栦滑閬彈鐨勯兘鏄悓鏍风殑浠囨仺銆

And to me, and, I think, to all of you, the only answer to more hate is more humanity. We gotta repair — we have to replace fear with curiosity. ‘Us’ and ‘them’ — we’ll find the ‘we’ by connecting with each other. And by believing that we’re members of the same tribe. And by feeling empathy for every soul — even Yalies.
瀵规垜鏉ヨ锛屾垜鎯冲浣犱滑涔熶竴鏍凤紝鍙兘鐢ㄦ洿澶氱殑浜烘ф潵瀵规姉鏇村鐨勪粐鎭ㄣ傛垜浠渶瑕佷慨鎶わ紝鐢ㄥソ濂囨潵鏇夸唬鎭愭儳銆備笉鎺掓枼寮傚繁锛屾垜浠氳繃寤虹珛浜轰笌浜虹殑鑱旂郴鏉ユ壘鍒板叡鍚岀殑“鎴戜滑”銆傛垜浠鐩镐俊鎴戜滑鏄悓涓涓儴钀界殑鎴愬憳銆傛垜浠鎵鏈夌殑浜洪兘瑕佹湁鍚屾儏蹇——鍝曞“鍙嬫牎”鑰堕瞾浜轰篃瑕佸姝ゃ

My son graduated from Yale, thank you …
鎴戠殑鍎垮瓙灏辨槸浠庤堕瞾姣曚笟鐨勶紝璋㈣阿浣…

But make sure this empathy isn’t just something that you feel. Make it something you act upon. That means vote. Peaceably protest. Speak up for those who can’t and speak up for those who may be shouting but aren’t being hard. Let your conscience shout as loud as it wants if you’re using it in the service of others.
浣嗘槸浣犺纭浣犵殑鍚岀悊蹇冧笉鍙槸浣犵殑鎰熷彈銆傝瀹冩槸浣犻噰鍙栬鍔ㄧ殑璇卞洜銆傝繖鏄寚鍙傚姞鎶曠エ銆佸拰骞冲湴鎶楄銆佷负閭d簺涓嶈兘涓鸿嚜宸卞彂澹版垨鑰呭凡缁忓0鍢跺姏绔嵈鏃犳硶璁╀汉娉ㄦ剰鐨勪汉鍙戝0銆傝浣犵殑鑹績澶у0鐤惧懠鍚э紝濡傛灉鏄负浜嗘湇鍔′簬浠栦滑銆

And as an example of action in service of others, you need to look no further than this Hollywood-worthy backdrop of Memorial Church. Its south wall bears the names of Harvard alumni — like President Faust has already mentioned — students and faculty members, who gave their lives in World War II. All told, 697 souls, who once tread the ground where stand now, were lost. And at a service in this church in late 1945, Harvard President James Conant — which President Faust also mentioned — honored the brave and called upon the community to ‘reflect the radiance of their deeds.’
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Seventy years later, this message still holds true. Because their sacrifice is not a debt that can be repaid in a single generation. It must be repaid with every generation. Just as we must never forget the atrocities, we must never forget those who fought for freedom. So as you leave this college and head out into the world, continue please to ‘reflect the radiance of their deeds,’ or as Captain Miller in Saving Private Ryan would say, “Earn this.”
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And please stay connected. Please never lose eye contact. This may not be a lesson you want to hear from a person who creates media, but we are spending more time looking down at our devices than we are looking in each other’s eyes. So, forgive me, but let’s start right now. Everyone here, please find someone’s eyes to look into. Students, and alumni and you too, President Faust, all of you, turn to someone you don’t know or don’t know very well. They may be standing behind you, or a couple of rows ahead. Just let your eyes meet. That’s it. That emotion you’re feeling is our shared humanity mixed in with a little social discomfort.
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But, if you remember nothing else from today, I hope you remember this moment of human connection. And I hope you all had a lot of that over the past four years. Because today you start down the path of becoming the generation on which the next generation stands. And I’ve imagined many possible futures in my films, but you will determine the actual future. And I hope that it’s filled with justice and peace.
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And finally, I wish you all a true, Hollywood-style happy ending. I hope you outrun the T. rex, catch the criminal and for your parents’ sake, maybe every now and then, just like E.T.: Go home. Thank you.
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