“to measure up to all that is demanded of him, a man must overestimate his capabilities” – GOETHE

discussion of daily artistic portrayal of the synthesis of family-company-business issues
‘Always Remember That You are Always 100% Wrong’

The episode featured two men, Thomas Forrester and Charlie Webber. Both of these men, Thomas, in taking a chance by shipping a controversial package to himself is to us, the viewer, an example in the extreme of Thomas overestimating himself. By contrast, Charlie underestimates himself and does a beautiful thing.

Specifically, Charlie has no reason at all not to check the secret box of Thomas.  The package was not sealed in such a way that Charlie could not have easily checked it.  Upon checking it, he would have a complete hold on Thomas if he had wanted. Thomas would have offered him huge sums of money to not say a thing about it.  But even though he could have been a intermeddling threat, Charlie was the good man.

indicates the decades where family, company and business were used before 1955 and after 1975

 

aphorism by Proust illustrates emotional motivation
Has Liam realized that he cannot control Steffy and be present with his own family?

 

 

revealing family company business entanglements in serial fiction
‘Your Own Life To Live’I

Is Liam really concerned about the effect that Dr. John “Finn” Finnegan will have on his daughter Kelly, or is has he finally realized that he cannot control Steffy’s life?

On Thursday, the gala continues and we find out that Victor Newman got his start in the Midwest by selling industrial soap out of the trunk of his car

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The lyrics from the song and the melody, the rhythm of Handbag and Glad rags by Big George Webey, made famous again in the 21st century as the theme song for the BBC series THE OFFICE. It is 78.6 beats per minute, and there is something about it that screams of the bittersweet feelings brought out by the 5 day Eric Braeden tribute.