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English to Indonesian: YITH PRE-ORDER FOR WOOCOMMERCE
General field: Tech/Engineering
Detailed field: Internet, e-Commerce
Source text - English
YOUR CUSTOMERS WANT TO BE ABLE TO BUY YOUR PRODUCTS BEFORE THEY ARE MADE AVAILABLE: ALLOW THEM TO DO SO!

Many large companies use a pre-sale system in order to increase their sales and create hype around specific products. Just like Apple does! So why not start using this winning marketing system right away on your website? In order to offer this opportunity, we have created YITH WooCommerce Pre-Order, a plugin that will easily allow you to integrate a simple pre-order feature in your e-commerce store.

This will allow you to create pre-order ready products and put them on sale before they are released, create an automatic email system that will inform your customers once the item is officially released and on sale. It will also be possible to offer discounts for those who choose to purchase an item while it is still in pre-order state, which will make this strategy even more effective and will raise your conversion rate. This plugin works perfectly with variable products and allows credit card payment thanks to its compatibility with YITH WooCommerce Stripe.

Offer your products right now, including those that are not yet available and remember: each day you spend without enabling purchases, is a whole day worth of sales that’s lost for good!
Translation - Indonesian
PARA PELANGGAN INGIN MEMBELI PRODUK ANDA SEBELUM DIPASARKAN: BIARKAN MEREKA MEMBELINYA!

Kebanyakan perusahaan besar menggunakan sistem pra-jual untuk meningkatkan angka penjualan dan membuat produk mereka semakin heboh dinanti-nantikan. Perusahaan Apple-pun melakukannya! Jadi kenapa Anda belum memakai sistem juara ini di website Anda? Dalam rangka menawarkan kesempatan ini, kami telah menciptakan YITH WooCommerece Pre-Order, sebuah plugin yang dapat dengan mudah Anda gunakan untuk mengintegrasikan fitur pre-order sederhana ke dalam toko e-commerce Anda.

Ini memungkinkan Anda mempersiapkan produk-produk pre-order dan menjualnya bahkan sebelum dirilis, serta menciptakan sistem email otomatis yang akan mengabari pelanggan Anda ketika item sudah diumumkan dan dijual secara resmi. Anda juga dapat menawarkan diskon bagi mereka yang melakukan pre-order agar strategi ini semakin efektif dan laju konversi Anda meningkat. Plugin ini mengenali berbagai jenis produk dan mengizinkan pembayaran melalui kartu kredit berkat kompabilitasnya dengan YITH WooCommerce Stripe.

Tampilkan produk Anda yang belum tersedia sekarang juga, dan yang penting untuk Anda ingat: tiap hari yang Anda habiskan tanpa menjual sama dengan menyia-nyiakan keuntungan sehari penuh untuk selama-lamanya!
English to Indonesian: TED Talk - Emily Esfahani Smith - Theres more to life than being happy
General field: Social Sciences
Detailed field: Psychology
Source text - English
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I used to think

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the whole purpose of life
was pursuing happiness.

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Everyone said the path
to happiness was success,

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so I searched for that ideal job,

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that perfect boyfriend,
that beautiful apartment.

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But instead of ever feeling fulfilled,

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I felt anxious and adrift.

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And I wasn't alone; my friends --
they struggled with this, too.

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Eventually, I decided to go
to graduate school for positive psychology

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to learn what truly makes people happy.

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But what I discovered there
changed my life.

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The data showed that chasing happiness
can make people unhappy.

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And what really struck me was this:

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the suicide rate has been rising
around the world,

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and it recently reached
a 30-year high in America.

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Even though life is getting
objectively better

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by nearly every conceivable standard,

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more people feel hopeless,

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depressed and alone.

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There's an emptiness
gnawing away at people,

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and you don't have to be
clinically depressed to feel it.

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Sooner or later, I think we all wonder:

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Is this all there is?

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And according to the research,
what predicts this despair

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is not a lack of happiness.

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It's a lack of something else,

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a lack of having meaning in life.

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But that raised some questions for me.

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Is there more to life than being happy?

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And what's the difference
between being happy

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and having meaning in life?

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Many psychologists define happiness
as a state of comfort and ease,

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feeling good in the moment.

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Meaning, though, is deeper.

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The renowned psychologist
Martin Seligman says

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meaning comes from belonging to
and serving something beyond yourself

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and from developing the best within you.

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Our culture is obsessed with happiness,

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but I came to see that seeking meaning
is the more fulfilling path.

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And the studies show that people
who have meaning in life,

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they're more resilient,

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they do better in school and at work,

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and they even live longer.

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So this all made me wonder:

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How can we each live more meaningfully?

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To find out, I spent five years
interviewing hundreds of people

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and reading through thousands
of pages of psychology,

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neuroscience and philosophy.

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Bringing it all together,

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I found that there are what I call
four pillars of a meaningful life.

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And we can each create lives of meaning

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by building some or all
of these pillars in our lives.

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The first pillar is belonging.

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Belonging comes
from being in relationships

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where you're valued
for who you are intrinsically

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and where you value others as well.

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But some groups and relationships
deliver a cheap form of belonging;

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you're valued for what you believe,

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for who you hate,

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not for who you are.

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True belonging springs from love.

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It lives in moments among individuals,

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and it's a choice -- you can choose
to cultivate belonging with others.

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Here's an example.

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Each morning, my friend Jonathan
buys a newspaper

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from the same street vendor in New York.

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They don't just conduct
a transaction, though.

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They take a moment to slow down, talk,

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and treat each other like humans.

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But one time, Jonathan
didn't have the right change,

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and the vendor said,

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"Don't worry about it."

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But Jonathan insisted on paying,

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so he went to the store
and bought something he didn't need

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to make change.

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But when he gave the money to the vendor,

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the vendor drew back.

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He was hurt.

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He was trying to do something kind,

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but Jonathan had rejected him.

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I think we all reject people in small ways
like this without realizing it.

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I do.

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I'll walk by someone I know
and barely acknowledge them.

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I'll check my phone
when someone's talking to me.

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These acts devalue others.

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They make them feel
invisible and unworthy.

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But when you lead with love,
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that lifts each of you up.

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For many people, belonging
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those bonds to family and friends.

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For others, the key to meaning
is the second pillar: purpose.

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Now, finding your purpose
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as finding that job that makes you happy.

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Purpose is less about what you want
than about what you give.

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A hospital custodian told me
her purpose is healing sick people.

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Many parents tell me,

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"My purpose is raising my children."

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The key to purpose
is using your strengths to serve others.

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Of course, for many of us,
that happens through work.

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That's how we contribute and feel needed.

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But that also means
that issues like disengagement at work,

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unemployment,

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low labor force participation --

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these aren't just economic problems,
they're existential ones, too.

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Without something worthwhile to do,

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people flounder.

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Of course, you don't have to find
purpose at work,

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but purpose gives you
something to live for,

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some "why" that drives you forward.

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The third pillar of meaning
is also about stepping beyond yourself,

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but in a completely different way:

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transcendence.

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Transcendent states are those rare moments

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when you're lifted above
the hustle and bustle of daily life,

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your sense of self fades away,

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and you feel connected
to a higher reality.

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For one person I talked to,
transcendence came from seeing art.

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For another person, it was at church.

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For me, I'm a writer,
and it happens through writing.

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Sometimes I get so in the zone
that I lose all sense of time and place.

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These transcendent
experiences can change you.

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One study had students look up
at 200-feet-tall eucalyptus trees

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for one minute.

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But afterwards
they felt less self-centered,

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and they even behaved more generously

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when given the chance to help someone.

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Belonging, purpose, transcendence.

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Now, the fourth pillar
of meaning, I've found,

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tends to surprise people.

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The fourth pillar is storytelling,

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the story you tell yourself
about yourself.

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Creating a narrative from the events
of your life brings clarity.

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It helps you understand
how you became you.

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But we don't always realize
that we're the authors of our stories

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and can change the way we're telling them.

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Your life isn't just a list of events.

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You can edit, interpret
and retell your story,

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even as you're constrained by the facts.

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I met a young man named Emeka,
who'd been paralyzed playing football.

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After his injury, Emeka told himself,

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"My life was great playing football,

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but now look at me."

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People who tell stories like this --

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"My life was good. Now it's bad." --

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tend to be more anxious and depressed.

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And that was Emeka for a while.

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But with time, he started
to weave a different story.

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His new story was,

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"Before my injury,
my life was purposeless.

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I partied a lot and was
a pretty selfish guy.

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But my injury made me realize
I could be a better man."

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That edit to his story
changed Emeka's life.

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After telling the new story to himself,

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Emeka started mentoring kids,

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and he discovered what his purpose was:

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serving others.

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The psychologist Dan McAdams
calls this a "redemptive story,"

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where the bad is redeemed by the good.

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People leading meaningful
lives, he's found,

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tend to tell stories about their lives

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defined by redemption, growth and love.

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But what makes people
change their stories?

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Some people get help from a therapist,

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but you can do it on your own, too,

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just by reflecting
on your life thoughtfully,

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how your defining experiences shaped you,

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what you lost, what you gained.

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That's what Emeka did.

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You won't change your story overnight;

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it could take years and be painful.

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After all, we've all suffered,
and we all struggle.

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But embracing those painful memories
can lead to new insights and wisdom,

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to finding that good that sustains you.

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Belonging, purpose,
transcendence, storytelling:

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those are the four pillars of meaning.

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When I was younger,

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I was lucky enough to be surrounded
by all of the pillars.

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My parents ran a Sufi meetinghouse
from our home in Montreal.

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Sufism is a spiritual practice
associated with the whirling dervishes

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and the poet Rumi.

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Twice a week, Sufis would come to our home

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to meditate, drink Persian tea,
and share stories.

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Their practice also involved
serving all of creation

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through small acts of love,

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which meant being kind
even when people wronged you.

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But it gave them a purpose:
to rein in the ego.

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Eventually, I left home for college

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and without the daily grounding
of Sufism in my life,

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I felt unmoored.

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And I started searching for those things
that make life worth living.

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That's what set me on this journey.

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Looking back, I now realize

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that the Sufi house
had a real culture of meaning.

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The pillars were part of the architecture,

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and the presence of the pillars
helped us all live more deeply.

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Of course, the same principle applies

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in other strong communities as well --

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good ones and bad ones.

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Gangs, cults:

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these are cultures of meaning
that use the pillars

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and give people
something to live and die for.

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But that's exactly why we as a society

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must offer better alternatives.

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We need to build these pillars
within our families and our institutions

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to help people become their best selves.

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But living a meaningful life takes work.

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It's an ongoing process.

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As each day goes by,
we're constantly creating our lives,

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adding to our story.

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And sometimes we can get off track.

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Whenever that happens to me,

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I remember a powerful experience
I had with my father.

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Several months after
I graduated from college,

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my dad had a massive heart attack
that should have killed him.

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He survived, and when I asked him
what was going through his mind

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as he faced death,

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he said all he could think about
was needing to live

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so he could be there
for my brother and me,

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and this gave him the will
to fight for life.

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When he went under anesthesia
for emergency surgery,

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instead of counting backwards from 10,

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he repeated our names like a mantra.

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He wanted our names to be
the last words he spoke on earth

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if he died.

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My dad is a carpenter and a Sufi.

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It's a humble life,

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but a good life.

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Lying there facing death,
he had a reason to live:

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love.

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His sense of belonging within his family,

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his purpose as a dad,

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his transcendent meditation,
repeating our names --

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these, he says, are the reasons
why he survived.

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That's the story he tells himself.

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That's the power of meaning.

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Happiness comes and goes.

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But when life is really good

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and when things are really bad,

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having meaning gives you
something to hold on to.

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Thank you.

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(Applause)
Translation - Indonesian
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Saya dulu berpikir

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bahwa tujuan hidup adalah
mengejar kebahagiaan.

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Semua bilang jalan menuju
bahagia adalah kesuksesan,

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jadi saya mencari pekerjaan ideal,

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pria idaman, apartemen indah.

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Tapi alih-alih merasa tercukupi,

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saya cemas dan hilang arah.

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Dan bukan hanya saya; teman saya --
mereka juga kesulitan dengan ini.

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Akhirnya, saya putuskan
mengambil kuliah psikologi positif

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untuk mempelajari hal
yang membuat kita bahagia.

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Tapi yang saya temui
mengubah hidup saya.

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Menurut data, mengejar kebahagiaan
dapat membuat kita tidak bahagia.

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Dan yang menohok perhatian saya:

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laju bunuh diri kian meningkat di dunia,

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dan ia tengah memuncaki
kurun 30 tahun di Amerika.

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Walau hidup secara obyektif membaik

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menurut nyaris tiap standar yang ada,

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makin banyak yang putus asa,

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depresi dan kesepian.

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Ada kekosongan yang merayapi kita,

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dan Anda tak harus depresi klinis
untuk merasakannya.

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Cepat atau lambat, kita semua bertanya:

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Apa hidup cuma begini?

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Dan menurut riset, pemicu putus asa ini

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bukanlah ketakbahagiaan.

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Ia dipicu hal lain,

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yakni kurangnya makna hidup.

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Ini membuat saya bertanya.

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Apa hidup lebih dari sekadar bahagia?

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Apa perbedaan antara bahagia

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dan hidup bermakna?

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Psikolog mendefinisikan bahagia
sebagai kondisi nyaman dan santai,

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perasaan terbuai waktu.

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Tapi makna lebih dalam.

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Psikolog terkenal
Martin Seligman berkata

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makna muncul dari rasa bernaung
dan melayani sesuatu di luar diri,

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serta mengembangkan sisi terbaik.

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Budaya kita terobsesi bahagia,

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tapi pencarian makna adalah
jalan yang lebih mencukupkan.

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Menurut studi,
orang yang bermakna hidup,

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mereka lebih ulet,

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lebih optimal di sekolah dan kantor,

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juga lebih panjang umur.

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Ini membuat saya bertanya:

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Bagaimana membuat hidup lebih bermakna?

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Saya menghabiskan lima tahun
mewawancarai ratusan orang

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dan membaca ribuan halaman buku psikologi,

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ilmu saraf, dan filsafat.

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Dari ini semua,

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saya menemukan yang saya sebut
empat pilar dalam hidup bermakna.

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Kita bisa membuat hidup bermakna

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dengan mendirikan pilar ini
dalam hidup kita.

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Pilar pertama adalah kebernaungan.

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Kebernaungan tumbuh dari hubungan

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di mana Anda dihargai apa adanya

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dan Anda menghargai orang lain.

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Tapi beberapa hubungan menawarkan
rasa bernaung yang payah;

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orang dihargai menurut keyakinannya,

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siapa musuhnya,

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tapi tidak apa adanya.

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Kebernaungan sejati bersemi dari kasih.

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Ia hidup dalam kebersamaan,

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dan ini pilihan -- Anda bisa memilih
untuk bernaung pada sesama.

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Begini contohnya.

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Tiap pagi, teman saya,
Jonathan, membeli koran

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dari kaki lima yang sama di New York.

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Mereka tak sekadar bertransaksi.

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Mereka juga bersantai, bercakap,

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dan bertindak layaknya manusia.

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Tapi suatu kali, Jonathan
tak bawa uang kecil,

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dan kata si penjaja,

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"Tak usah bayar."

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Tapi Jonathan kukuh ingin membayar,

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dan dia ke toko membeli
hal yang tak perlu

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agar dapat kembalian.

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Tapi saat menyerahkan uangnya,

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penjaja itu menjauh.

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Dia terluka.

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Dia berusaha berbaik hati,

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tapi Jonathan menolaknya.

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Kita semua membuat penolakan kecil
seperti ini tanpa sadar.

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Saya pun begitu.

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Saya tak menyapa kenalan saat di jalan.

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Saya menengok ponsel saat ditemani bicara.

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Perilaku ini merendahkan.

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Ini tak menghargai kehadiran orang lain.

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Tapi dalam bimbingan kasih,
ada ikatan

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yang mengangkat kita semua.

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Bagi kebanyakan orang,
kebernaungan memberi makna terbesar,

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seperti ikatan keluarga dan sahabat.

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Bagi yang lain, inti makna terletak
pada pilar kedua: tujuan.

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Mencari tujuan itu tak sama dengan

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mencari pekerjaan yang membahagiakan.

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Tujuan tak menempatkan
keinginan di atas kontribusi.

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Ada perawat yang bilang bahwa
tujuannya adalah memulihkan pasien.

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Banyak orangtua bilang,

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"Tujuan saya membesarkan anak."

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Inti dari tujuan terletak pada
kekuatan Anda melayani sesama.

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Bagi kebanyakan orang,
ini disalurkan lewat pekerjaan.

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Itu cara kita berandil
agar merasa dibutuhkan.

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Tapi ini membuat isu-isu
seperti pemecatan,

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pengangguran,

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rendahnya partisipasi buruh --

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ini bukan masalah ekonomi semata,
tapi juga eksistensial.

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Tanpa adanya kerja yang layak,

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kita menggelepar.

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Anda tak harus punya tujuan dalam kerja,

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tapi tujuan memberi alasan hidup,

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jawaban dari "mengapa" Anda bertahan.

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Pilar makna ketiga adalah
melampaui diri sendiri,

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tapi dalam artian berbeda:

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pertanzihan.

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Keadaan tanzih adalah momen langka

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yang mengangkat Anda
melampaui huru-hara kehidupan,

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memudarkan persepsi diri,

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dan Anda terhubung ke alam atas.

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Ada yang bilang, rasa tanzih
muncul saat melihat seni.

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Ada juga saat di gereja.

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Bagi saya sebagai penulis,
ia terjadi saat menulis.

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Kadang saya begitu terhanyut
sampai lupa waktu dan tempat.

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Pengalaman tanzih ini mengubah Anda.

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Satu studi meminta para murid melihat
ke atas pohon eukaliptus 60 meter

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selama semenit.

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Mereka jadi lebih tidak egois,

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dan bahkan lebih dermawan

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saat ada kesempatan untuk menolong.

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Kebernaungan, tujuan, pertanzihan.

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Pilar makna yang keempat, saya lihat,

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sering mengejutkan orang.

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Pilar keempat adalah penceritaan,

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cerita yang Anda yakini tentang diri Anda.

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Memetik naratif peristiwa hidup
dapat memberi kejernihan.

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Ia mengajarkan kenapa
Anda menjadi seperti ini.

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Kita tak sadar bahwa
kitalah sang penulis cerita

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dan penceritaan ini dapat diubah.

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Hidup Anda bukan sekadar peristiwa.

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Ia bisa disunting, ditafsir,
dan diceritakan ulang

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meskipun Anda dibatasi kenyataan.

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Saya bertemu pemuda bernama Emeka,
yang terjatuh lumpuh saat bermain bola.

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Setelah cedera, Emeka berkata,

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"Seumur hidup saya ahli bermain bola,

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tapi lihat saya sekarang."

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Orang yang bercerita seperti ini --

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"Hidup saya dulu baik. Kini tidak." --

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mereka cenderung lebih cemas dan depresi.

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Dan Emeka sempat seperti itu.

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Tapi seiring waktu,
dia mulai mengubah cerita.

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Cerita barunya adalah,

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"Sebelum cedera,
hidup saya tak bertujuan.

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Saya berpesta-pora dan terlalu egois.

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Tapi cedera menyadarkan saya
untuk jadi lebih baik."

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Suntingan cerita itu mengubah hidup Emeka.

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Setelah membuat cerita baru ini,

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Emeka mementor anak-anak,

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dan dia menemukan tujuannya:

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melayani sesama.

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Psikolog Dan McAdams
menyebut ini "cerita penebusan,"

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di mana keburukan ditebus kebaikan.

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Orang yang hidup bermakna, katanya,

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cenderung menceritakan hidup

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yang diliputi penebusan,
pertumbuhan, dan kasih.

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Tapi bagaimana orang mengubah cerita?

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Beberapa dibantu oleh terapis,

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tapi ini bisa dilakukan sendiri

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dengan merenungkan hidup secara khidmat,

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peristiwa yang membentuk Anda,

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musibahnya dan berkahnya.

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Itu yang dilakukan Emeka.

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Cerita Anda takkan berubah semalam,

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berapa tahun akan terasa perih.

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Kita semua menderita dan kesulitan.

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Tapi lewat kenangan perih,
kita diberi ilham dan kearifan baru,

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untuk mencari kebaikan yang menopang kita.

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Kebernaungan, tujuan,
pertanzihan, penceritaan:

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inilah empat pilar makna.

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Saat masih kecil,

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saya beruntung bisa
dilingkupi pilar-pilar ini.

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Orangtua saya menggelar
pertemuan Sufi di Montreal.

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Sufisme adalah praktek rohaniah
yang melibatkan kaum penari putar

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dan penyair Rumi.

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Dua kali seminggu, mereka ke rumah kami

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untuk meditasi, minum teh Persia,
dan berbagi cerita.

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Praktek ini melayani seluruh makhluk

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lewat tindak kasih,

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yang artinya berbuat baik walau dijahati.

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Ini memberi mereka tujuan:
menaklukkan ego.

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Lalu saya pun pergi untuk kuliah,

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dan tanpa landasan harian Sufi,

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hidup terasa batil.

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Dan saya mulai mencari hal
yang mendorong saya hidup.

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Itulah awal perjalanan saya.

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Mengilas balik, saya sadar

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bahwa rumah Sufi punya
budaya makna yang nyata.

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Pilar ini jadi bagian bangunannya,

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dan kehadiran pilar ini
memboboti hidup kami.

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Tentu, prinsip yang sama berlaku

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untuk komunitas kuat lainnya --

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yang baik ataupun jahat.

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Preman, grup berhala:

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semuanya budaya makna
yang disokong pilar ini

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dan memberi mereka alasan hidup dan mati.

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Karena itulah kita sebagai masyarakat

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harus memberi alternatif lain.

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Kita perlu membangun pilar ini
dalam keluarga dan institusi

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agar sisi terbaik mereka mewujud.

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Tapi hidup bermakna butuh usaha.

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Ini proses berkelanjutan.

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Seiring berjalannya hari,
kita menciptakan hidup baru,

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menambah cerita kita.

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Dan kadang jalan kita menyimpang.

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Saat ini terjadi,

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saya mengingat momen hebat
bersama ayah saya.

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Beberapa bulan setelah lulus kuliah,

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ayah saya terkena
serangan jantung mematikan.

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Dia selamat, dan saat ditanya
apa yang dipikirnya

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saat sekarat,

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katanya dia hanya meminta untuk hidup

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demi saya dan saudara saya,

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dan ini menguatkan tekad hidupnya.

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Saat dibius untuk pembedahan darurat,

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alih-alih menghitung mundur dari 10,

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dia mengulang nama kami seperti mantra.

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Dia ingin nama kami jadi
kata terakhirnya di dunia

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sebelum mati.

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Ayah saya tukang kayu penganut Sufi.

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Hidup yang sederhana,

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namun baik.

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Walau menghadap kematian,
dia punya alasan untuk hidup:

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kasih.

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Rasa bernaung pada keluarganya,

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tujuannya sebagai ayah,

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meditasinya yang tanzih,
mengulang nama kami --

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inilah alasan dia bertahan.

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Itu cerita yang diyakininya.

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Itulah kehebatan makna.

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Bahagia datang silih berganti.

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Tapi saat hidup membaik,

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saat hidup memburuk,

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makna akan memberi Anda suatu pegangan.

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Terima kasih.

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Experience Years of experience: 3. Registered at ProZ.com: Feb 2018.
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Have been working in translation service since mid 2017 and continuing on subtitling industry on the next year, I can work with any translation project of English-Indonesian language pair and also with subtitle translation of the same language pair, with the addition of ability to work on technicalities of subtitle synchronization/timing adjustment in any language pairs in accordance with to the requirements requested by the clients. Visit my LinkedIn profile for more informations regarding my professional experience at https://www.linkedin.com/in/kevin-horas-928b11157/. You can also contact me at [email protected] for any related queries.


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