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Even though I was terrified I learnt to enjoy the ride, the thrill, the cool breeze on my face… What Harley Davidson and You have in Common?

The Thrill of the Ride. What Harley Davidson and You Have In Common? The thrill, the cool breeze on your face… A lesson I learnt to enjoy the ride rather than the destination “Man-on-bike, CA 1910-1930 – LoC” Here I am talking about Harley Davidson, who is terrified even to just get into a bike. … Continue reading

“Back to earth. Came the dawn.” It’s Oscar Night. What Pioneer Cartoonist and the author of “Hairbreadth Harry” C. W. Kahles taught Us.

“Back to earth. Came the dawn.” By C.W. Kahles Charles William Kahles (1878-1931), commonly known as C. W. Kahles, was an American cartoonist and creator of the newspaper comic strip Hairbreadth Harry. Summary of this Comic Strip: Four-panel comic strip shows the villain, Rudolph Ruddigore Rassendale, freed from gravity, flying toward the moon, towing the … Continue reading

Social Stimulation™ Through Intellectual Stories

What you do when you can’t brag about your achievements due to copyright and security issues? We bring you intellectual stimulation through our stories. – Madusha Palliyage, Sihegee USA Social Stimulation™ Through Intellectual Stories Today the Companies are diving into the deep end, to find this Social Stimulation™ to Market their Products or Services. From … Continue reading

So The God Created The Farmer. Then What?

“Welfare of Farmer is a Basic Need of this Country. The lead must be taken by the Farmer. The Government should back the farmer. Everything possible should be done to better economic condition of Farmer also fix the Social Value of the Life of the Farmer… And in addition he should be helped to cooperate … Continue reading

The “homespun” language of President Lincoln. Was it bad Grammar or Not?

Today we are remembering the birth of President Abraham Lincoln, the 16th President of United States. And a great President of All times. But was his language “homespun?” Although Mr. Seward wrote the closing, President Lincoln wrote his own now famous closing for his inauguration speech. “I am loath to close. We are not enemies, … Continue reading

“Les Miserables” by Victor Hugo. Entrepreneur’s influence the Hearts and Minds of others

What did a poet; romancer, dramatist and thinker, Victor Hugo who wrote the “Les Miserables” bring in to a bunch of entrepreneur’s table? Admired by fervent minds of Young France; the world acknowledged him as a genius. The world was taken adage by his personal entreaties, inspirations to strengthen, and aggrandize the sentiment of liberty … Continue reading

The most fun part was my father on our way home asked me how did you understand what he was talking?

This picture is me and my Japanese Consultant’s wife. Near Mount Fiji. One of my dreams to visit Mount Fiji, was first in my list when I got a scholarship to Japan to study Production Management. I was just starting to Manufacture Computer Accessories. And had a product in my mind I tried getting the … Continue reading

Have A Gratitude, Not An Attitude… JFK’s Lesson of Receiving a Gold Coin Charm

A letter written by young Naval Officer at the time, John F. Kennedy, thanking for the gift he received from Clare Boothe Luce,(1903-1987) who was a family friend of Kennedy’s. The gift was a gold coin which belongs to Clare’s mother. Young JFK wrote… “I came home yesterday and Dad gave me your letter with … Continue reading

Hidden Ingredients to be successful in business. “O’ Captain My Captain”

“O’ Captain My Captain” famous dirge written by Walt Whitman (1819-1892) in 1865 after the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln. The revised version of the poem, in 1871 by the poet Walt Whitman O’ CAPTAIN MY CAPTAIN! By Walt Whitman I . O’ CAPTAIN, MY CAPTAIN! Our fearful trip is done The ship has weathered … Continue reading

Hidden Ingredients to be successful in business. “O’ Captain My Captain”

“O’ Captain My Captain” famous dirge written by Walt Whitman (1819-1892) in 1865 after the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln. The revised version of the poem, in 1871 by the poet Walt Whitman O’ CAPTAIN MY CAPTAIN! By Walt Whitman I . O’ CAPTAIN, MY CAPTAIN! Our fearful trip is done The ship has weathered … Continue reading