You have lost too much, but you have not lost everything. And you have certainly not lost America, for we will stand with you for as many tomorrows as it takes. If ever we needed evidence of that, I could only recall the words of Governor and Mrs. Keating. “If anybody thinks that Americans are mostly mean and selfish, they ought to come to Oklahoma. If anybody thinks Americans have lost the capacity for love and caring and courage, they ought to come to Oklahoma.” To all my fellow Americans beyond this hall, I say, one thing we owe those who have sacrificed is the duty to purge ourselves of the dark forces which gave rise to this evil. They are forces that threaten our common peace, our freedom, our way of life. Let us teach our children that the God of comfort is also the God of righteousness. Those who trouble their own house will inherit the wind. Justice will prevail. Let us let our own children know that we will stand against the forces of fear. When there is talk of hatred, let us stand up and talk against it.
01 stand with 지지하다 02 recall 상기하다, 회상하다 03 mean 비열한, 성질이 못된04 caring 돌봄, 보살핌 05 owe 빚지고 있다, …의 은혜를 입고 있다 06 purge 깨끗이 하다, 숙청하다 07 give rise to …의 근원이다, …을 발생시키다08 evil 악, 사악, 죄악 09 threaten 위협하다 10 common 공동의, 공통의, 흔한11 comfort 위로, 위안, 안락 12 righteousness 정의 13 trouble 걱정시키다, 괴롭히다14 inherit 물려받다, 상속받다 15 justice 정의 16 prevail 이기다, 우세하다17 stand up 대항하다, 일어나다