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英語の和訳です。お願いします!!

 When things go wrong, I urge you to stop thinking about yourself. If you look around, you will see that everybody has disappointments, often far worse than yours. Watch and study how other women and men cope with disappointments. Many face their problems with courage and determination. Their example can inspire you to find the strength to react.  I would like to share with you the moving story of a young woman who courageously overcome the stress caused by a terrible burn accident. This young woman was a talented and successful ballerina. Dancing gave meaning to her life. Whenever she danced, she communicated the joy in her heart and the inspiration in her soul to the people who watched.  One Christmas day when she was preparing a special dinner for family, her dress caught fire. Within second, she became a human torch. The flames burned so quickly and cruelly into her flesh that she was mad with pain. She would have died if her father had not heard scream. He laced kitchen, threw himself on top of her, and put out the fire with his own body.

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物事がうまく行かない時、あなた自身のことを考えるのを止めることをお勧めします。周囲を見回せば、誰しも落胆の気持ちを抱えているのが分かります、しばしば、あなたの落胆よりもひどいのです。他の人々が、落胆の気持ちに対してどのように対処しているか、よく観察して研究してみなさい。多くの人が、勇気と決意を持って自分の問題に立ち向かっています。彼らの例は、あなたが、対処する強さを見つける刺激となります。 ひどいやけどの事故が原因のストレスを勇気を持って克服したある若い女性の感動的な話をあなたにしたいと思います。この若い女性は、才能に恵まれ、成功していたバレリーナでした。踊ることは、彼女の人生に意義を与えてくれました。踊るたびに、彼女は、心の中の喜びや魂から沸き上がる気持ちを見ている人々に伝えました。 あるクリスマスの日、彼女が家族のために特別なご馳走を用意していた時に、彼女のドレスに火が付きました。あっという間に、彼女の全身が燃え上がりました(「彼女は、人間のたいまつになりました」が、直訳。)。炎は、瞬く間に無慈悲に彼女の肉体を焼いたので、彼女は、痛みで狂気の様になりました。彼女の父親が、彼女の悲鳴を聞いていなければ、彼女は死んでいたでしょう。彼は、台所に飛び込む【laced ⇒ raced?】と、彼女の上に自分の身体を投げ出して、彼自身の身体を使ってその火を消したのです。

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