#63 A flight that would never arrive 永不抵达的飞机

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大家好,欢迎回来MaoMi Chinese。今天MaoMi Chinese想和大家说一说最近在中国发生的一个灾难,也聊一聊“死亡”这个话题。

3月21日下午,一部中国东方航空的飞机MU6735从云南省昆明市起飞,目的地是广东省广州市。但是,这部飞机永远都没有办法抵达广州了。不知道因为什么原因,它在飞行中突然从八千米的天空中坠落,撞在了广西的一个山谷里。救援人员日以继夜地工作了六天,没有找到一个幸存者。幸存者,意思是非常幸运地还活着的人。3月26日,中国政府宣布,飞机上132个人已经全部遇难。遇难,意思是在灾难中去世了。这个消息,让14亿的中国人都心碎了。这132个人,是很多人的父亲,母亲,儿子,女儿,爱人,朋友,老师,学生……谁也没有想到,这一次原来只有两个多小时的旅程,会成为他们的永别。永别,也就是永远都不能再见面了。

中国有一句话叫“人生无常”,意思是人生里总是有很多变化,我们永远不知道下一秒,下一分钟,下一个小时,或者明天,会发生什么。这一次的灾难,提醒了很多人“人生无常”。我的很多朋友都说,他们以前觉得“平安健康”是很无聊的祝福,现在觉得这是最好的愿望了。也有一些朋友,以前压力很大,觉得自己不够成功,现在开始觉得“平安健康”才是最重要的事情,因为我们永远不知道明天和意外哪一个先来。

最近和朋友聊天,我们在讨论“如果明天是我的最后一天,我对我的人生感到遗憾吗?”感到遗憾,意思是因为一些想要做但是却没有做的事情,我们会觉得难过。比如,我们一直想去旅游,但是因为工作太忙,一直没有去,我们会觉得很遗憾。比如,我们平时太忙了,没有时间和家人朋友一起,有一天如果我们失去了他们,我们会觉得很难过,很遗憾。因为“人生无常”,所以我们要“活在当下”。“活在当下”,意思是珍惜现在的每一分钟,如果有想做的事情,要去做;如果有想见的人,要去见;如果有想去旅游的地方,也不要再等了。

虽然每一个人都会死亡,每一个人都会面对“人生无常”,但是我们可以“活在当下”。最后,我也希望MaoMi Chinese的每一个朋友都健康平安。

Hello everyone, welcome back to MaoMi Chinese. Today, we would like to talk about a recent disaster in China, as well as the topic of "death".

On the afternoon of March 21, a plane MU6735 from China Eastern Airlines took off from Kunming City, Yunnan Province, and its destination was Guangzhou City, Guangdong Province. However, this plane would never be able to reach Guangzhou. For some unknown reason, it suddenly fell from the sky of 8000 meters during its journey and crashed into a valley in Guangxi Province. Rescuers worked around the clock for six days without finding a single survivor. “幸存者”, meaning someone who is very lucky to be alive. On March 26, the Chinese government announced that all 132 people on the plane had been killed. “遇难” means to die in a disaster. This news broke the hearts of 1.4 billion Chinese people. These 132 people are the fathers, mothers, sons, daughters, partners, friends, teachers, students of many people... No one thought that this trip, which turned out to be only more than two hours, would become their farewell. “永别”, that is, never see each other again.

There is a saying in China called "life is impermanent", which means that there are always many changes in life, and we never know what will happen in the next second, next minute, next hour, or tomorrow. This disaster reminded many people that "life is impermanent". Many of my friends say that they used to think "safe and healthy" was a boring blessing, but now they think it's the best wish. There are also some friends who used to be under a lot of pressure and felt that they were not successful enough. Now they start to think that "health and safety" is the most important thing because we never know which will come first tomorrow or accident.

Chatting with a friend recently, we were discussing "If tomorrow was my last day, would I regret my life?" “遗憾” means we feel sad because of something we wanted to do but didn't do. For example, we have always wanted to travel, but because we are too busy with work, we have not been there, and we will regret it. For example, we are usually too busy to spend time with family and friends, and one day if we lose them, we will feel very sad and regretful. Because "life is impermanent", we have to "live in the moment". "Live in the moment" means to cherish every minute of the present. If there is something you want to do, do it; if there is someone you want to see, go see it; if there is a place you want to travel to, don't wait any longer.

Although everyone will die and everyone will face the "impermanence of life", we can "live in the moment". Finally, I also wish every audience of MaoMi Chinese to be healthy and safe.

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