导读：北京时间10月31日早间消息，《纽约时报》周日公布了史蒂夫乔布斯(Steve Jobs)的姐姐莫纳 辛普森(Mona Simpson)在乔布斯葬礼上发表的悼词。辛普森是乔布斯养父母的亲生女儿。她表示，在乔布斯讲述遗言时陪伴他的是他的妻子劳伦、孩子和妹妹帕蒂。辛普森表示，乔布斯在最后时刻呼吸很困难，就像在爬山一样。不过乔布斯在讲述最后话语时仍然具有通常的坚强信念和工作积极性。
Steve Jobs' sister has revealed her brother's last moments and the enigmatic words he uttered before he died.
In a touching eulogy at his memorial service on October 16, Mona Simpson described how the Apple founder passed away surrounded by his loved ones.
She told the group of mourners at the Memorial Church of Stanford University that Steve Jobs looked at his wife and children, then beyond them, before uttering: 'Oh wow. Oh wow. Oh wow.'
Describing his death in the eulogy reprinted in the New York Times, she said: 'Steve’s final words were monosyllables, repeated three times.
'Before embarking, he’d looked at his sister Patty, then for a long time at his children, then at his life’s partner, Laurene, and then over their shoulders past them, before saying his final words.'
'Laurene [his wife] next to him on the bed sometimes jerked up when there was a longer pause between his breaths,' she said. 'She and I looked at each other, then he would heave a deep breath and begin again.'
She told how he had called her the day before and told her 'hurry up to Palo Alto' and that he was 'sorry, truly deeply sorry, to be leaving us'.
'He told me: "I’m telling you now because I’m afraid you won’t make it on time, honey",' she said.
Mona, a novelist and a professor of English at the University of California, first met her brother when she was a struggling writer in New York aged 25.
She described in the eulogy how she waited her whole life for a man she could love and would love her in return. She thought she would find this man in her father or future husband - in fact, she found it in her brother.
In the eulogy, she divided the Apple visionary's life into three chapters and spoke eloquently of the things she learned from him in those three distinct periods - his full life, his illness, his dying.
She describes the moment his lawyer contacted her about her long-lost brother, when she was stuck in her Manhattan office 'the size of a closet' with three other aspiring writers who thought it might have been John Travolta.
The 54-year-old describes her relationship with her famous brother over the next 27 years until he died at his Palo Alto home surrounded by his family.