史蒂芬·弗莱 | 什么是人道主义仪式?
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史蒂芬·弗莱 | 什么是人道主义仪式?

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What is a humanist ceremony?

什么是人道主义仪式?


Human beings have always marked the important events of life, like births and marriages and commemorated people who have died.

人类一直在纪念生命中重要的时刻,比如出生和结婚,还有纪念死去的人们。


We do it still today, and for those of us with no religious beliefs, it's important that we can mark these occasions with honesty, warmth and affection ,using words and music that are appropriate.

直至今天我们依然这样做,对于那些没有宗教信仰的人来说,重要的是,我们可以用诚意,温暖和情感,用适当的文字和音乐来纪念这些时刻。


A humanist ceremony is a meaningful, non-religious occasion, created specifically for the people involved to be personally meaningful. It is conducted by a trained celebrant with the skills and experience required to bring significance to every ceremony and who works closely with families to create it.

人道主义仪式是一个有意义的、非宗教的活动,专门为相关人员创造个人意义。它由训练有素的司仪主持,他们具备为每个仪式带来重要意义所需的技能和经验,并通过与家人密切合作将其创造。


Humanist funerals bring people together to express and share sadness, but also to celebrate the life lived in a way that is simple and sincere. They are carefully written to ensure they are inclusive of all present. People often say afterwards how moving, sincere and fitting they found the ceremony and how much they appreciated its authenticity.

人道主义葬礼将人们聚集在一起来表达和分享悲伤,但同时以一种简单和真诚的方式来庆祝生活。他们仔细记录,以确保在场所有人都在内。人们事后常说,这个仪式多么感人,多么真诚,多么合适,他们有多感谢它的真实性。


A humanist wedding is a celebration of shared commitment based entirely on the unique aspects of the relationship of the couple. Couples have the freedom to write their own promises to each other.

人道主义婚礼是一种完全基于夫妻关系,独特方面的共同承诺的庆典。夫妻双方可以自由地向对方写下自己的承诺。


Humanist namings are reflections and acknowledgment of the joy, wonder, and responsibility of bringing a child into the world, which involve not just parents and family and friends.

人道主义取名是对孩子来到这个世界惊喜的感恩以及责任的反映,这不仅仅包括父母,还有其他家人和朋友们。


They are chosen by parents who want the opportunity to celebrate, but also want their child to be able to decide for themselves as they get older what they do or don't believe about religion.

这些亲朋是由那些想有机会庆祝的父母们挑选的,但也希望他们的孩子们能够随着年龄的增长,决定自己对宗教的信仰与否。


In an age where more and more people live their lives without religion, humanist ceremonies offer a contemporary way of satisfying the timeless need to bring significance to life's big changes.

在一个越来越多的人没有宗教生活的时代,人道主义仪式提供了一种现代方式,来满足为生活的巨变带来重要性的永恒需要。


Notes:

Acknowledgment

1) the fact of accepting that something is true or right 承认;认可…的属实或存在

All I want is some acknowledgment that his behaviour is unreasonable.

我只要你们承认他的行为是无理取闹就行。


2) something given to thank someone for what they have done答谢的表示,谢礼

We sent her a copy of the book in acknoledgment of her part in its creation.

我们寄给她一本书以感谢她为这本书的问世所做的贡献。

Acknowledgments

a short text at the beginning or end of a book where the writer namespeople or other works that have helped in writing the book (作者在卷首或卷末的)致谢,鸣谢,感谢

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