Death is very likely the single-best invention of life.
It's life's change agent.
It clears out the old to make way for the new.
When Steve Jobs gave the commencement address at Stanford University in 2005,
he had to have suspected the ride was going to be over well before he would have liked.
他不得不怀疑 自己的梦想之路将在他设定的终点前 提前结束
In general, people diagnosed with pancreatic cancer die within a year.
Steve Jobs lived with the disease for seven years.
In August of 2011,too sick to continue his duties,
he stepped down from Apple.
And then, six weeks to the day,
Steve Jobs was gone.
And mourned across the globe.
I'm underneath it all tonight.
Out my window there's a million lights.
Thousand hearts feeling just like me.
Man, it feels like heaven out here in the street.
Steve Jobs, the man, is gone,
but what he left behind is so extraordinary.
Particularly in inspiring every other potential Steve Jobs out there.
Camille Shukri was in the Stanford class addressed by Steve Jobs
and was planning to find a job in the corporate world.
But then, she heard that speech.
Your time is limited,
so don't waste it living someone else's life.
And everything changed.
I had been volunteering for nonprofits, you know, since I was 18.
And I thought, what if I could put together these three things I have.
Which is a business background,a love for technology and this want to do good.
Camille took action.
Co-founding a nonprofit called "Empowering"
She says Steve Jobs inspired her to carve her own path.