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What do you do with the mad you feel? (Mr. Rogers' answer) 之《与我为邻》观后感

What do you do with the mad you feel when you feel so mad you could bite, when the whole wide world seems oh so wrong and nothing you do seems very right?It's great to be able to stop, when you've planned a thing that's wrong, and be able to do something else instead and think this song.I can stop when I want to, can stop when I wish, can stop, stop, stop anytime. Know that there's something deep inside that helps us become what we can.


这才是我们需要的儿童教育 之《与我为邻》观后感

Fred Rogers 真的好棒!这才是我们需要的儿童教育啊!

让孩子有自信,能接受错误,有爱自己和爱他人的能力。

It's you I like

It's not the things you wear

It's not the way you do your hair

But it's you I like

The way you are right now

The way deep down inside you

Not the things that hide you

Not your fancy chair

That's just beside you

But it's you I like

Every part of you

Your skin, your eyes, your feelings

Whether old or new

I hope that you'll remember

Even when you are feeling blue

That it's you I like

It's you yourself

It's you

I like


From the time you were very little

You have people who have smiled you into smiling

People who have talked to you into talking

Sang you into singing

Loved you into loving

Now think about somebody who's helped you along the way

For one minute, I'm going to time you.

Let's just take some time to think of those extra special people.

Some of them may be right here.

Some may be far away.

Some may even be in heaven.

Now matter where they are,

deep down you know they've always wanted what was best for you.

They've always cared about you beyond measure,

and have encouraged you to be true,

to the best within you.


Rogers其人 之《与我为邻》观后感

史上最卖座的人物传记纪录片,主人公是一位与众不同的儿童电视节目制作人Fred Rogers。他自制自编自主持的节目《Mister Rogers' Neighborhood》从60年代一直播到新世纪(年数仅次于《芝麻街》),每集半小时共900多集,可谓长盛不衰老少咸宜。但这部纪录片更多的不是关于这个节目,而是关于Rogers其人。

影片围绕几个问题展开:Rogers究竟有什么魔力让孩子们喜欢他和他的节目?Rogers谦谦君子的形象究竟是人设还是人性?Rogers怎样看待自己?怎样看待Rogers传递的价值观?

我找到的答案如下:1、Rogers在匹兹堡大学学过儿童发育研究生课程的经历,使他能站在儿童的视角问问题、想问题、展现问题、回答问题、处理问题,从而能跟儿童有效的沟通。2、Rogers在银幕上永远是斯文和善充满正能量的人,很多人觉得他装,但几乎所有受采访的人都表示他在生活中也是如此。当然这不排除他自己也在30年的银幕生涯中锻造了自己的性格。3、Rogers作为凡人当然也有七情六欲,但他的处理方式一是发泄在爱好中(钢琴游泳),二是通过他操控的玩偶来表达(包括一只小老虎和一位国王)。他也会迷茫和自省,甚至在死前问老婆自己是绵羊还是山羊。4、这是个最尖锐的问题,但影片却匆匆带过。Rogers节目的主旨是告诉每个儿童“要做自己”,这虽然到现在还是很主流的价值观,但当从童话世界走进现实社会,长大后会发现光做自己还远远不够。当然,这毕竟是给学龄前儿童看的节目,似乎也不能苛求太多了吧。


感觉 之《与我为邻》观后感

看《与我为邻》的过程其实观众会对纪录片呈现的罗杰斯先生形象有所担忧(真实形象与媒介形象是否会产生人物黑化的动态偏差?其背后的权力资本运作是怎样的?),而这部里罗杰斯的形象就太容易预测了(就算有结尾意外的钢琴音也无法挽回),因为汉克斯那张美国好人的脸就已经说明了问题(从饰演迪士尼以来越发固化),是当下美国的集体焦虑难以让主流好莱坞冒险来让观众承受神圣儿童偶像身上可能的黑暗与暧昧性吗,反而更想看库珀来演这个角色。基于结尾的谢幕,如果当成罗杰斯先生的一集儿童节目来看也没毛病,纽约就像头尾的玩具微缩模型一样,观众总归需要一些幻象。


优雅而坚定的“传道者” 之《与我为邻》观后感

他是一位牧师,一档常青的美国儿童节目的创始者,一位深深爱着每一位儿童的“邻居”,一个总是温柔、缓慢而坚定地说出很重要的东西的信仰者,在国家人心惶惶之际的一颗安定丸。

许久没有认真地书写,以至一篇影评写得如此艰难,磕磕巴巴的,总觉得哪里不对劲。把脑袋倒空,目光落在窗外错落交织的竹子上,回顾纪录片的主人公罗杰斯先生的一生,回想罗杰斯先生对于我究竟意味着什么。

斯通纳猝不及防地出现了,他那平凡而坚忍的一生,我该怎么形容?始终目光如炬,步步艰难而步步进,我无意彰显所谓的优良品质,我只是看到一个人如何在真正意义上诞生了,诞生之后凭着本能走完漫长的一生了,行走过程也即生命的完成,时时刻刻。那样的一生是简洁的,简洁而不乏力。他是我愿意一遍又一遍去读的故事,每一次的阅读都无比热切地汲取着养育我生命的阳光雨露。我在想,这些曾经带给我深刻触动的生命故事,他们都在共同述说着什么?罗杰斯先生的故事,是否也在无意中回应着我的所求?

罗杰斯先生的生命同样“简洁”。他的一生投注于一件事——儿童电视节目;这一件事贯穿了一个坚实的信仰——爱;他的诠释是缓缓而出的,有着始终如一的平定、坚实,如传道者一样。

这信仰源于基督教,如无意外,罗杰斯理应成为一名牧师,走着属于牧师的传教之路。出于偶然,罗杰斯看到了时下儿童电视节目的无聊、滑稽、虚浮、嘈杂,根本不利于儿童身心健康,他相信一档贴近儿童心灵,以平等尊重的姿态与儿童进行对话的节目,是可以发生魔力的,在娱乐喧嚣的大环境下。于是,一档叫《Mister Rogers' Neighborhood》节目诞生了,节目的开头,罗杰斯先生推门而入,笑脸盈盈地对你唱着:

It is a beautiful day in this neighborhood,

A beautiful day for a neighborhood,

Would you be mine? Could you be mine?

“neighborhood”意味着什么?用项飚的话来说,那是几近消失的“附近”。人掉进了两种极端中,要么聚焦在超越性的宏大叙事,要么只关心自己,久而久之,人将陷入越来越无力而孤单的境遇中,那种具体而微的人和人之间的关系变得比较松散。出路在哪里呢?“个人的意义与尊严出路不在于个人,一定是在于关系”,因此,要在“附近”也即neighborhood构建出爱的关系,罗杰斯早在六十多年前洞察到人的精神困境与出路,这是领悟了基督教关于“爱”的精髓后,对人与关系有的一份理解与关怀。

而在建设关系前,首要的是看见自己、爱自己,这是罗杰斯几十年如一日,不遗余力地总是在告诉你的:你值得被爱,你也有爱的能力。“知道内心深处有某样东西,可以帮助我们成就自己。”

当你的目光温柔地抚摸着身边的每一个人,并试图与之对话,爱就开始流淌。罗杰斯先生,正是在通过电视这一媒介,与电视机前的每一个人,进行深入心灵的对话,跨越时空地构建爱的关系。

这份爱的关系是怎么构建的呢?首先的,关键的,最重要的,是他带着全然的虔诚、尊重、聆听与看见,走向每一个孩子,每一个人,继而让每一个人走向自己。从他和孩子们的互动中,你会明显地感受到他绝对的真诚,你会看到一位卓越的聆听者,在专注的聆听和真诚的只言片语中,试图融化所有外在的坚硬,让人心甘情愿地把自己的柔软、脆弱、本真呈现于外,当这些东西被述说,被看见,人反而赢得了由内而外的、更为强壮的保护伞。

他拒绝以暴力、无厘头、花哨、速度等方式夺取观众的眼球,实在是当时电视节目中的一股清流。在节目里,他几十年如一日地唱着歌开门、从衣柜里拿出一件鲜亮的针织外套,坐在椅子上换一双鞋,以此为标志进入罗杰斯的一天;他从容地做着一天里该做的事,时而慢悠悠地喂鱼、泡脚、散步、聊天,甚至在一分钟里什么也不做,让观众静静地等待;即便呈现出日常的状态,罗杰斯的节目不同于“楚门的世界”那样的真人秀,他会通过手偶、幻想世界等儿童能够接受的方式,告诉他们一些重要的事情,如社会新闻或时下热议的话题;在当时种族歧视的美国,他公然邀请黑人演员作为节目的常驻嘉宾,并和他一起洗脚;他理解并支持同性恋......他的节目在当时有着无可比拟的教育价值,罗杰斯的形象也渐渐深入人心,每当国家发生了让人心动荡不安的事情(如总统遇刺、911事件),他总要被请出来说点什么,以抚慰人心。

他总是无比温柔、缓慢、坚定地道出他视之很重要的东西,有点笨拙,绝对诚意。

当一粒种子的根早已扎进土壤深处,无论它的花与叶朝向何处,都是正确的生的方向。正如罗杰斯选择了儿童电视制作作为毕生的事业,他同样在这条特别的道路上履行着“传道者”的职责,坚信“唯一真正能改变世界的东西,是当有人能明白,爱可以传递”。

我想,他没有刻意坚持什么,不过是把一份信仰贯彻一生。我永远难忘水中的罗杰斯,他不紧不慢地游泳,优雅而坚定,游泳后他站在秤上,指针指向143,他要他的体重每天都维持在143磅。143代表什么呢?——“I”是1个字母,“love”是4个字母,“you”是3个字母。写到这里,我想该停笔了,以沉默的敬意献给罗杰斯,以沉默的感激献给读到此处的你。


Mr Rogers大学演说稿摘抄 之《与我为邻》观后感

When I was at Dartmouth in the late 1940s, the tuition, room, and board all added up to $1,100 a year. Nobody owned a home computer, and hardly anyone had a television set. And those who did, there was a choice of three channels. I’m not sure if Jeanne Shaheen was even born yet, but very few people would have guessed that within 50 years, a woman would be governor or New Hampshire. Yes. When I was here, the first word of the alma mater was “Men. Men of Dartmouth give a rouse.”Well, now the first word is "Dear." Some things change for the better.

During my first year here, I lived right over there at 101 Middle Mass. And I had two roommates. I had a professor, over there, who did his best to scare everyone in his class, and he gave me the lowest grade that I ever had in any school anywhere. But I also had an astronomy professor, George Dimitrov, who looked for and found what was best in each of his students. When I look at the night sky, I still think of that extra special, kind man.

Dartmouth is many things to each of us, and I'm grateful to Jim and Susan Wright for all that they have done for this school. And I’m grateful to my old friend, Chick Koop, for all that he has done for all of us. And I congratulate every one of you who is being honored in any way during this Commencement weekend.

Our world hangs like a magnificent jewel in the vastness of space. Every one of us is a part of that jewel. A facet of that jewel. And in the perspective of infinity, our differences are infinitesimal. We are intimately related. May we never even pretend that we are not.

Have you heard my favorite story that came from the Seattle Special Olympics? Well, for the 100-yard dash, there were nine contestants, all of them so-called physically or mentally disabled. All nine of them assembled at the starting line, and at the sound of the gun, they took off. But not long afterward, one little boy stumbled and fell, and hurt his knee and began to cry. The other eight children heard him crying. They slowed down, turned around, and ran back to him. Every one of them ran back to him. One little girl with Down Syndrome bent down and kissed the boy, and said, “This'll make it better.”The little boy got up, and he and the rest of the runners linked their arms together, and joyfully walked to the finish line. They all finished the race at the same time. And when they did, everyone in that stadium stood up, and clapped, and whistled, and cheered for a long, long time. People who were there are still telling this story with great delight. And you know why. Because deep down, we know that what matters in this life is more than winning for ourselves. What really matters is helping others win, too. Even if it means slowing down and changing our course now and then.

Anicius Manlius Severinus Boethius—what a name—was the last of the great Roman philosophers, and the first of the scholastics of the Middle Ages. Fifteen hundred years ago, Boethius wrote this sentence, “O happy race of mortals, if your hearts are ruled as is the universe, by Love.”

I was once invited to sit in on a master class of six young cellists from the Pittsburgh Youth Symphony Orchestra. The master teacher was Yo-Yo Ma. Now, Yo-Yo is the most other-oriented genius I’ve every known. His music comes from a very deep place within his being. And during that master class, Yo-Yo gently led those young cellists into understandings about their instruments, their music, and their selves, which some of them told me later, they’d carry with them forever.

I can still see the face of one young man who had just finished playing a movement of Brahms’Cello Sonata, when Yo-Yo said, “Nobody else can make the sound you make.”Of course, he meant that as a compliment to the young man. Nevertheless, he meant that also for everyone in the class. Nobody else can make the sound you make. Nobody else can choose to make that particular sound in that particular way.

I’m very much interested in choices, and what it is, and who it is, that enable us human beings to make the choices we make all through our lives. What choices lead to ethnic cleansing? What choices lead to healing? What choices lead to the destruction of the environment, the erosion of the Sabbath, suicide bombings, or teenagers shooting teachers. What choices encourage heroism in the midst of chaos?

I have a lot of framed things in my office, which people have given to me through the years. And on my walls are Greek, and Hebrew, and Russian, and Chinese. And beside my chair, is a French sentence from Saint-Exupery’s Little Prince. It reads, “L’essential est invisible pour les yeux.”What is essential is invisible to the eye. Well, what is essential about you? And who are those who have helped you become the person you are? Anyone who has ever graduated from a college, anyone who has ever been able to sustain a good work, has had at least one person, and often many, who have believed in him or her. We just don’t get to be competent human beings without a lot of different investments from others.

I’d like to give you all an invisible gift. A gift of a silent minute to think about those who have helped you become who you are today. Some of them may be here right now. Some may be far away. Some, like my astronomy professor, may even be in Heaven. But wherever they are, if they’ve loved you, and encouraged you, and wanted what was best in life for you, they’re right inside your self. And I feel that you deserve quiet time, on this special occasion, to devote some thought to them. So, let’s just take a minute, in honor of those that have cared about us all along the way. One silent minute.

Whomever you’ve been thinking about, imagine how grateful they must be, that during your silent times, you remember how important they are to you. It’s not the honors and the prizes, and the fancy outsides of life which ultimately nourish our souls. It’s the knowing that we can be trusted. That we never have to fear the truth. That the bedrock of our lives, from which we make our choices, is very good stuff.

There’s a neighborhood song that is meant for the child in each of us, and I’dlike to give you the words of that song right now. “It’s you I like, it’s not the things you wear. It’s not the way you do your hair, but it’s you I like. The way you are right now, the way down deep inside you. Not the things that hide you. Not your caps and gowns, they’re just beside you. But it’s you I like. Every part of you. Your skin, your eyes, your feelings. Whether old or new, I hope that you remember, even when you're feeling blue, that it’s you I like. It’s you, yourself, it’s you. It’s you I like.”

And what that ultimately means, of course, is that you don't ever have to do anything sensational for people to love you. When I say it’s you I like, I’m talking about that part of you that knows that life is far more than anything you can ever see, or hear, or touch. That deep part of you, that allows you to stand for those things, without which humankind cannot survive. Love that conquers hate. Peace that rises triumphant over war. And justice that proves more powerful than greed.

So, in all that you do in all of your life, I wish you the strength and the grace to make those choices which will allow you and your neighbor to become the best of whoever you are. Congratulations to you all.

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