（最下段右端の書籍のヨシダ受賞論文は「人生の恩人 プラトニックラヴした永遠のカノジョ」 デス！クリックすると、その全文ラヴ・ストーリー（？）がご覧いただけますよ。笑） ・・・と、自称「人生第四毛作」を演じてはや、１０年。にも関わらず、その延長線上にヨシダの経営者（即・教育者）としての役割を果たす機会を与えられているのです。そんなことから、この格言「財を遺すは・・・」も現在にして実践しているのが８６歳超のヨシダです。この格言は奇しくもヨシダ生涯の格言足り得るものとして自身のウェブサイトのトップの末尾に掲載して自他共に味わいたいという心境です。
なお、末尾にあしらった米漫画「スヌーピー君」のひとコマ。ワンちゃんを相手に言っている言葉にヨシダは深～い味わいを感じます。それは 「自然に到達したヨシダの「自利から他利の人生選択肢」のヨシダ人生観に通じるものがあるからです。マンガ主人公スヌーピー君曰く、"What would you say if I told you I was going to devote the rest of my life to making you happy?"（ボクの余生はお前さんを幸せにするためだと言ったらどう思うかい？）とは、なんとも微笑ましいひとコマでしょう！前記したヨシダ人生観に通じるし、数年来実践中の自称「相互扶助精神に基づく運命共同体生活」によるフィリピン人家族との共同生活の精神にも通じることから、この漫画コーナーは「常時掲載」することにしています。ヨシダ精一杯の（？）ユーモアでもあります（笑）。
I was then 32-year old, a few years after I shifted my first 14-year-longed first stage of my life as an independent technician to what I called "the second stage of my life" as a trucking industry business person. I was in a sort of guts with a brand new beautiful car, Mitsubishi Debonair, after with Toyopet Crown and Nissan Sedric, either used ones.
In those days, when I was driving, I was used to put on the radio "AFRS(Armed Forces Radio Services) at all times for my English listening practices. I remember the program was something with music and light talks of the announcer. It happened! The program was stopped abruptly and a music with some sort of sad mood began, making me feel ???
In a low and sad tone of the announcer's voice followed first with the term of "Our President Kennedy has been assassinated...". "Assassinated" was the word I was then not familiar with, but a moment later he used the term "killed". I was shocked so much that I pooled over the road side and concentrated listening.
In 1993, at the time I entered what I call "The third stage of my life" as a business consultant, mainly dealing with the trucking industry deregulation proposals speech and writings, I made "One-month-investigation-trip in US trucking industry", I happened to meet and talk with an American trucking company owner father-and-son from Texas, whom I met in the annual convention of the American Trucking Association in Jacksonville.
I was fortunate that that opportunity gave me a chance to visit the JFK assassination site. The moment I entered in the memorial hall, which is now named "SIX FLOOR MUSEUM", that unforgettable tone of announcer's voice came into my ears, exactly the same I could never forget! I stayed for quite a long time....Well, it seems this blogging seems to endless, so that I put a period now.
On November 21, 1877, American inventor Thomas Edison announces he’s invented the phonograph, a device which allows the recording and playback of audio. The invention was actually an accident, as he was really trying to figure out a way to record telephone communications using a stylus on a tinfoil cylinder. Edison is also credited with inventing the light bulb and motion picture camera .