YUUKI YOSHIDA ; A-bomb Survivor Testimony Speaker-Writer & Healthy-Sound Life Adviser

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  Yuuki Yoshida  (Age:84-year-7-month-old)
     "Grateful to be alive and active!" 
My real and documentary memories of how and where I was hit by the A-bomb!
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  At around past 3 am February 14, 2016, I woke up with some thoughts in mind. I hit upon an idea of using this corner as the one where I could show the visitors what I experienced at the very moment of the a-bomb blast! I got up and dashed to the computer trying to get some concerned photos through the Google, and see! I got some very precious ones which depict that very awful time! For detail, please click the below;
"A-bomb survivor testimony based on the three viewpoints", the first one to two pages of 21-page.  

            Since 10th, March 2001
 
    Greeting to the English language visitors                 
This website is edited by myself with little technical knowledge of editing in a beautiful ways and means. My main purpose of opening the website is not for business or any kind of it what so ever, only for keeping the records of my writing history and records. In recent years the motivation for keeping this website seems to be what you call "The Idiocy Prevention". Ha.
                     

                               
   Japanese  
                     Wednesday June 22, 2015
       

                Articles written in English:not in order

The columns for my regular writing in the past 
"A-bomb survivor testimony based on the three viewpoints"

"(Open letter) Dear Mr. President Obama"
Atomic bomb survivor credits desire to learn for living 'four lives'

 (The JAPAN Times, August 4, 2012, by KRIS KOSAKA)
 Calabarzon Breaking News 
 "A-bomb and Me"
Special corner for introduction of the Philippines and its people
The mission for Hibakushas --Needs for building consensus for the Reconciliation between the a-bomb dropper and the sufferers 
Sister Hiroko's death

(More under construction)
 

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                                                              June 21, 2016
On This Day in American History
On June 21, 1788, the U.S. Constitution is ratified. New Hampshire becomes the ninth and last state necessary to approve the document, making it the law of the land.

YOSHIDA BLOGS:This event route, I find, seems to come from "June 21, 1788:U.S. Constitution ratified"(HISTORY) I am especially interested in hitting the last words of the site, which says, "Today the U.S. Constitution is the oldest written constitution in operation in the world."

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                                    Events on June 22 Wikipedia    
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                      (To be continued....)
     The editor of this column, Yoshida, takes and accepts this opportunities of learning histories regardless of time, nationalities and places. The photos attached to the column number many as seen. Those who cannot read Japanese may imagine what the column wants to deliver by taking a look at the photos.

      The photos attached the Events, for example, number many, making the visitors can grasp the events contents in visual way, so to speak. The below are the one the editor selected for this day Events;
        By the way, This column started from April 21, 2014. When you click "Today's events picked from Wikipedia", you could imagine how the editing way developed as time goes on.


                    Internet information & Yoshida blogs
(Sorry, only in Japanese. However, you could imagine what the editor wants to blog with the photos attached. Just click to see what it is like..., please.)
     This column was newly posted on March 9, 2012, with 6382 items as of this day with my blogs and sometimes with photos concerned to the articles which I get from the Google. However, I really regret that this main column is edited only in Japanese. I have been totally occupied with this column editing with many articles brought by the Internet newspapers, newsletters and magazines.    
     Special note:Take a look at No.1195, for instance, which features the article & photo with Philipina nurse, Ms. Menchu Sanchez, with President's honorable praising words, standing beside the First Lady Michel.
     The column is unique, I would say with confidence, in that I take up information from the internet newspapers and magazines which I find meaningful and significant to myself and my readers, so that I copy them in my own re-editing files with my own blogs on the issue.
       My blogs are the very thing that I take pride in expressing what I think on the issue, sometimes in a humorous way or sarcastic or even negative to the article writer. My readers would get double-information on the issue, so to speak.
Therefore, I decided to concentrate my writing motivation to this column by closing the long-continued columns of "Hitorigoto(Monologue) & Tokudane(Exclusive)" (All in Japanese)by keeping them in a form of "The past records".
        I take a sort of a Guts in being able to say that all the articles and opinions I have written up this day, when edited in a book style, would be as many as, say, a couple of dozen books!!

                 The party piece of this Editor, Yoshida
      The Editor of this site, Yoshida, is fond of English language, though not as good as the natives. However, the followings are the one he(Yoshida) is proud of being able to make recitation of in good memory in a way as a native speaker or even better(laugh). This is the one the Editor could be proud of and being able to make better than the natives. Sure am I! You will be astonished when hear it! Oh I remember back in Japan some years ago, I happened to watch the CNN on the Day 11-9 ceremony, an American politician made that recitation as good as I!(laugh again)
         At the end of this top page, let me introduce something about the Editor's personal hobby for English language learning and practices. The following five English notes are the ones I, the editor of this site, love to make recitation of with loud voice as good as the native English speakers.
      The motivation  for this habit is very interesting, and let me explain;
Back in Japan when I was 40-year-old or so, I began to take a morning nice and hot bath after more than an-hour-physical exercises until good amount of perspiration, which, I thought, was good for a person who cannot enjoy the shower after playing the golf.

      Good amount of perspiration after exercises and more in hot bath tub brought me splendid feeling, so  that I hit upon an idea of using the time in the bathtub in a more efficient way, and that is to make recitations of English speech or the poem or the like while enjoying nice and hot tub!
      By the way, dipping into nice and hot bathtub is no more needed for me in this tropical country. My style all through the day and night is "Suteteko(middle-long light pants) & short shirts style" from morning through night.
       Well, let me explain my English recitation hobbies. The first one is "The Lord's Prayer", and continued on with such as;
"Lord's Prayer", "The Lion's Code of Ethics", "Lincoln's Gettysburg's Address", "Youth", "My Way". This takes about 8-minute, which I found it was good enough time before the perspiration come out.
      I would like, therefore, to show the English-language-visitors of this website to know how and why I picked up the following 5-item for meditation or the stories behind them.


1. "Lord's Prayer "
     I was born in a Buddist family. When I was in high school(Night time one because of my destiny of abandoning higher education after my father's early death after the A-bomb, to take care of my family.
     It happened that I won the first prize in the English speech contest for Hiroshima prefecture high school. The title was "How I've fought my way out." This was the beginning of my long way of life benefited by my English knowledge and human relationship brought by that.
     The biggest one was my experience with an American lady missionary and English teacher in Hiroshima Mission school, Miss Anderson by the name, who came to me at the contest with her student girl, saying "Congratulations, Mr.Yoshida. May I introduce my student?...". That was  the beginning of my association with the missionary and her student, Miss Murakami.....
     The former, Miss Anderson, to my way to become a Christian with "The Lord's Prayer" close to my life, and the latter, in later years, become my life benefactor.
      One of the great lessons I learned from Miss Anderson was that "The polio is the greatest gift given me by God who wants me to show people how a man can be that strong if he has faith in God. This was the beginning of my lifelong association with the Lord's Prayer.
      By the way this happening brought another life-valued opportunity of getting associated with her student, Miss Yoshino Murakami, who in later years, became my life-long, unforgettable and precious friend girl I ever knew. She happened to be a daughter of Hiroshima University professor and later year became the president of the Mission high and university, and more, becoming the go-between for my wedding, which ended in separation year later(Ha).
       Continuing to write about her more, let me tell the visitors about my essay contest winner article titled "My eternal platonic sweetheart and benefactor in my life". If you click the link, there comes the copy of that Article (though in Japanese), which was the one I got the prize for "one of the 55 items selected as "good works" among 717 applied. The contest was sponsored by a publishing company in Tokyo under the title of "My first love, first HE and first HER". The applicants were from teenagers to eightieth. The below far the right is the cover opened backside, in which my essay appears on P.235.
     Well, sorry for getting off the line in my writing about how I got to be closely associated with the Lord's Prayer.

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2.  "Lincoln's Gettysburg's Address"
     Lincoln's Gettysburg' Address is popular even among Japanese. Fortunately, in my life with a widow lady after my divorce with my former wife(....Well, sorry for being personal. A huge amount of story await for me to tell about my life history, though), her daughter happened to read aloud her high school English text, I gave her some suggestion on the pronunciation, which brought me great interest to make it as one of my own favorite English recitations.
     It was in 1993 when I was in the midst of my one-month-investigation trip to the States, I visited  the Abraham Memorial Hall, where I met the President statue and on the side wall was his that famous speech! I was captured with that big speech text carved or painted, and began to stay there with my reading in heart as if making myself speaking it!
      An American man standing beside me seemed interested so that I said to him, "I could make that recitation perfectly!" like a boy being proud of being able to! He seemed interested and said, "when I was young, schools used to demand students to memorize and read it aloud. However, in modern times...No..." by shrinking his shoulders.)
       I remember the year before last, on the 9.11 ceremony in NY, an American politician, whose name I don't remember, stood on the platform beside the speech table with this recitation, needless to say not looking down on the speech table for the text. I thought I could make it as good as he did!!

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3. "The Lion's Code of Ethics"
     At the time I was one of the Lion's club members, especially when I was the chairman of a committee and editor-in-chief of the magazine published by the Lions Club 336-C-district, something made me to try to memorize it being able to make recitation of. It happened that we had the Cabinet sponsored the Cabinet Annual General Assembly where we invited an American President of the International Club Association, Mr. Woolard was the name.
      I was told that the President's special favorite is "The Lions Code of Ethics", so that I tried to memorize it and, if ever have a chance, I could let him know of that big passion of mine as a "Lion" as passionate as he. Ha
      In fact I had good opportunities of being with him at his visit as a chairman of the committee and the editor-in-chef of the magazine.
Apparently, he seemed surprised to know of this, saying "I love the code but not as much as I memorize it...". Later months, I had an honor of receiving his award.
                                 
4.
"Youth "

     This poem is very popular among Japanese regardless of their being business tops or the workers. A friend of mine gave me the copy, saying that Yoshida"s way of life overlap with the way the poem writes. I was charmed with its contents so that I brought it  into one of my favorite recitations.
       I remember that the first time I happened to know of this poem was at my twentieth when I came to know that the poem was
by Samuel Ullman who first appeared in the Readers' Digest in 1945, the year the World War ended, and years passed after my friend gave me a poem text. 
      I also came to know that General
Douglas MacArthur, was one of the lovers of the poem. An interesting point and proud of about my recitations with this one is that at the end of  the poem of, I personally add some words to that. "...you may die young at eighty." turns to my own words of "...You may die young at a hundred!! in Yoshida's own words!".
       By the way, General Douglas MacArthur is so familiar to the Filipinos. I found in The Manila Times an article about him entitled "
Behind every great man  The women in  the life of General Douglas MacArthur".  
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5. "My Way "

    "My Way" is indeed the best one to end the 8-minute-recitations as the final one in that I can overlap my own life with that of the original singer Frank Sinatra, in such a way as he ended with;
     The last words of Frank's is ♪....Yes..., this is my way...♪ is the very thing that yoshida wants to say in heart, concluding a series of English recitations with ♪...Yes, this is my OWN way...♪. I conclude a series of my English recitation with the thought that "I have lived and will continue living the life in the way I believed to be right and demanded to...".
     My last stage of life here in the soil of the Philippines is to end my life with a prayer of those who died here with no regards of nationalities during the World War II with my humble