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Different people have different life experiences

2021-11-10 来源: 51Due教员组 类别: Essay范文

51Due教员组给各位留学生分享一篇纯原创代写范文essay文章主要讨论访谈的意义。不同的人有不同的生活经历,因此对美好生活的理解也不同。这对于不同的世代来说尤其如此。不同世代的人的生活就像一本未开封的书。虽然我们生活在同一个世界,但我们对它可能有完全不同的看法。因此,探索下一代人的生活并理解他们对世界的看法是很有趣的。有了这一使命,访谈旨在促进不同代人之间的沟通,从而更好地理解不同的价值观。为了这个项目,我决定采访我的父亲。随着采访开始探索越来越深入的话题,我发现自己处于一种敬畏的状态,因为我从未从采访者、局外人的角度见过我的父亲。我对这个世界上我最爱的人有了全新的理解和尊重。

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Different people have different life experiences, and therefore different understandings about what it means to have a good life. This is especially true for different generations. The lives of people from a different generation is like an unopened book. Although we exist in the same world, we may have entirely different views of it. It is thus intriguing to explore the lives of people from another generation and understand how they perceive the world. With this mission, the interview is intended to foster communication between different generations and thus gain a better understand of different values. For this project, I decided to interview my father. As the interview began to explore the more and more in-depth topics, I found myself in a state of awe because I have never seen my father from the angle of an interviewer, an outsider. And as I did, I had an entirely new understanding of and respect for the person that I love the most in the world.

China in the late 70s was just awakening from the nightmare of the Culture Revolution and the social disturbances that accompanies. In 1971, my father was born as the third child in a family, from a small city in northern China. Although his family was not rich, his parents, who were both blue-collar working class in the local factory, did the best they could to support their children’s education. He maintained his good grades and successfully enrolled in a university in Beijing when he was 19 years old. In university, my father studied electrical engineering and became an engineer after he graduated. He married my mother, who is his classmate from the same university as his, at the age of 29. They have one child, currently a college student. Currently, his family lives in Beijing and the interviewee works as a senior manager in a telecommunication carrier company.

When asked about what is the definition of a good life, the interviewee believes that a good life is about being able to appreciate the ordinary things in life. He mentioned that being born in the 1970s, instead of earlier, saved him a lot of troubles in life. When the social unrest happened in the 60s, he was not born. His elderly brother, however, was influenced by the social disturbance and did not have the education opportunities that he had to go to a university. Meanwhile, he also feels lucky not to be born in the 1980s, when people began to worry about the new round of social wealth differentiation. He is fortunate enough to experience education, career choice, buying a house, getting a family, raising a child, and investing in a society that is growing steadily and harmoniously. While the predictability of life may seem dull to some, stability and peace is the interviewee’s version of a good life.

In response to the question of how to enjoy a good life, the interviewee’s answer is to keep a younger mindset. Sometimes, he imagines himself to be in his thirties, even if he is already in his late forties. He doesn't want to think too much about age, although he has to face it. Keeping a younger mindset helps him when he tries to understand something new, instead of keeping to his own beliefs and experience. The interviewee also mentions about keeping the feet on the ground while freeing the mind. There are responsibilities in life that he must fulfill, the role of a husband, a father, and a manager at work. Maintaining these roles sounds simple, but doing them well at the same time requires hard work. Over the years, the life of the interviewee shifted gradually, and he considers it important to embrace these changes. For example, he used to get up much later during the weekends when he was younger, but now he wakes up every day at 7 o’clock sharp. Embracing the little changes, and performing the different roles in life, to the interviewee, are ways to make a good life.

When asked whether he has a good life according to his own definition, the interviewee gave the positive answer. Unlike the youth born in the 1980s and 1990s, the interviewee considers himself in lack of idealism. When he stepped into the society, he was thinking more about practical goals of how to make money. He considers his current financial status satisfying, which is the foundation of a good life. In terms of life style, the interviewee is leaning towards a healthier life style in recent years. After entering the 40s, he gradually hated bars, parties, and business meetings that involves social drinking. Instead, he has growing interest to be close to nature. For the interviewee, the biggest satisfaction of life comes from the trips that his family makes every year. Overall, the interviewee feels content about his current life.

When asked about the key determining factors of happiness, the interviewee believes that happiness is determined more by internal factors than external factors. He defines happiness as a state of mind to make peace with the world, whatever the world is like. After rushing into the 40s, the interviewee recalled that he had done many wrong things, and took too many detours. He had always regretted it, but he can’t go back to the once innocent era. Therefore, he has learned to let go and look forward instead of backward. The interviewee understands happiness as having the hope for a better future. Without such conviction that tomorrow is a better day than today, one is not truly happy. When people are overwhelmed by the invisible pressure in society, they are eager for the love, eager to get off work every day, to have someone to eat together, to watch movies together. Everyone needs someone to share something with them. For the interview, such support come from his family. But he believes that there are other ways to achieve happiness as well.

When asked about the problems that humans must address, the interviewee came up with the issue of aging. He does not feel as strong and energetic as he did in his 30s, which worries him even though he tries not to focus on this issue. Although aging is a natural process for all human beings, everyone is on his or her own reconciling with the fact of their own aging. For the interviewee, this is an ongoing process. The interviewee turns to the traditional Buddhism teachings about life and death, and finds that people at different ages fulfill different roles. The Buddhism teaches people to endure the sufferings of life to achieve true happiness. This aligns with the weak adversity hypothesis that adversity can lead to growth. In fact, with aging, the life possibilities are not getting smaller but getting bigger. The last thing that people should do is reject who they are and refuse the natural changes in their lives. Instead of focusing on what is lost and the “cannot” s, people should focus more on what is gained with the years, and their increasing openness of the mind.

Regarding happiness, the interviewee believes that another crisis that human beings face is the loss of spirituality. As of today, modern civilization has created a very rich material life on the one hand, but at the same time, it has also exposed people to many new crises - even as the material is getting richer, knowledge is increasing, and the level of culture is getting higher, but we are less and less able to be happy. Modern civilization basically does not attach importance to the inner enrichment. Because the direction is wrong, the end can only be empty-handed and defeated. The interviewee gives the example about why poor people with poor material conditions have a higher sense of well-being. Because most of them live in remote and closed places, there are no rich people around, there is very little information about the outside world. For them, it is thus very comfortable with the status quo, and easy to have happiness. If there is no external shock, this happiness can last until eternity. However, if these people walk out of their original life circle, or see more advertisements, and know what the life of the rich is like, they will be envious, jealous, and indignant, thus losing their original happiness. In response, humans must channel their spirituality and keep in touch with the nature, instead of being lost in the pursuit for material life.

Overall, the interviewee has highlighted family, inner peace, and spirituality as the most important elements for happiness. The experience of the interview is valuable for me as well because it shows the different way happiness is perceived by my father. For me, I consider happiness to be something obtained from more experience of nice things in life. For my father, it is about being content with what’s provided by the life. The comparison between the generational difference may be explained by the course theory that above a certain monetary threshold, increase in money won’t lead to significant increases in the sense of happiness. This is further elaborated by the Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, which shows that once our needs are met, our happiness depend on non-material factors, such as the level of maturity, family, and passion for the career achievements. In seeking spirituality, as suggested by the interviewee, human beings may turn to nature and religion to seek the good life that is independent from material conditions.

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