Nov 202015

Ride sharing is a very simple small business to start. The process is easy and well explained on ridesharing provider sites like and

I myself started driving recently and getting those $250 were like having about 12 dollars tips for each of the 20 rides I gave. We should use these promotions while we can.

You will probably want to advertise your own invite codes and referral numbers to make extra cash. Post your numbers on my Facebook page:

If you write an attractive text I will copy it to this website along with your referral and invite codes.

If you have any questions about ridesharing please ask. I will try to help when I know answers.

I also joined Lyft. It’s better to have 2 at the same time to get more ride requests.



My Referral code for the Lyft is   SHAHEEN533383.



Accept my invite and finish the Uber sign-up process to drive. Complete your sign-up at



In Some states  requirements vary between 20 and 25 rides.

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Oct 092015
transparent ufo over Manipur, India

transparent ufo over Manipur, India

13 years have passed since the night and event that will not disappear from my memory. The picture I saw today in an article about UFO sighting in Indian State of Manipur refreshed my memory and desire to share my experience that night.

At the time I had been employed by a British company that was providing services to oil and gas industry developing in Azerbaijan. Business was not very active for some time and to keep me employed my manager suggested I worked as a security during night time at our warehouse. The warehouse was outside Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan republic. Far from the city lights contaminating the skies.

Stars are bright, multiple and beautiful when the sky is clear. I could stand for minutes with my legs stretched wide to maintain balance and my head turned upwards to catch as big angle of the sky as possible. The night was quiet.

Now, let me ask you: Have you ever played with a magnifying glass sliding it over a page of a book or a newspaper? If you ever did that you remember how the tiny letters stand still on the paper and how they simultaneously jump and then return back to stillness when the magnifying glass moves over them and goes farther creating an impression of a wave. If you never did that before, please, make a pause, find a newspaper, a magnifying glass and experiment with them.

Now you can understand what I saw in the sky that night.

From behind me, where my eyes were not able to catch the part of the sky something moved to the front and further making all stars to jump and then return to their usual stillness. Not all stars moved. I could clearly discriminate between those that moved and others that didn’t. I recognized what shape that “magnifying glass” was. Not a circle. It was a wing. Similar to the shape of a boomerang.

The whole thing lasted no more than 4 seconds. I didn’t feel any fear. I was excited. I knew I would remember the event forever. I realized it could only be an alien object because of it’s transparency, speed and absence of noise.

This event was not my first time sighting something that we call UFO. But it was the most convincing. Until 2 years later when I received a message from some spirit.

The message and my understanding of what spirits are capable of made me to reassess the notion of reality and the possibility of deviation from what is in front of my eyes and what picture my brain is depicting.

Despite all I have two strong beliefs on the subject:

1. Aliens exist.
2. They are here on Earth.


By Shaheen Hajigil

For the story about the transparent UFO over Manipur and for Picture credit visit the article website page:


Nov 082014

Kevin O’Leary, the entrepreneur and fund manager also known as “Mr. Wonderful” on ABC’s (DIS) “Shark Tank” dropped by Yahoo studios to talk about the show, venture investing and his favorite topic – money. For those of you who don’t know, “Shark Tank” is a reality series that features aspiring entrepreneurs making business presentations to a panel of potential investors. O’Leary sits in prime position and is known for his no-holds-barred, blunt, brutal approach as he quizzes entrepreneurs about the financial viability of their ideas.

“People find that hard sometimes, but my attitude about money is it’s binary – black and white. Either you make it or you lose it,” he explains. “So why lie to people about it, particularly if they are putting their own families’ assets in harm’s way, which is often the case on Shark Tank? I’d rather just say it’s a stupid idea; it’s going to zero; take it behind the barn and shoot it.”

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O’Leary breaks down the secret to success on “Shark Tank” to these three elements:

1. Easy-to-explain ideas: The entrepreneur or team must be able to articulate their idea in 60 seconds or less, says O’Leary. A pitch must be very simple for the investor to understand. On Season 3, artist Steve Gadlin’s entire e-mail to apply for “Shark Tank” consisted of a whopping two sentences. “I draw stick-figure pictures of cats and sell them for ten bucks a piece… let me at ‘em.” He was looking for a $10,000 investment for a 25% stake in his “business.” The idea may have seemed simplistic, but Gadlin sold the sharks on the concept that he could whip out 25 customized cat drawings in an hour. He ended up with $25,000 for 33%.

2. Leadership and Teamwork: You have to be able to explain why you’re the only person or at least the right person to execute your business plan, explains O’Leary. On an episode of “Shark Tank” that aired in April, New York City firefighter Sal DePaola and his two business partners, who are also firefighters, appeared on the show to pitch their product – The Paint Brush Cover. The product prevents brushes from drying out when the painter goes on a break. The three had owned a painting business and so were able to articulate the process of inventing, producing and selling The Paint Brush Cover. They went in looking for $50,000 for a 10% stake. They walked out with a deal – $200,000 for 20% and a tie-up with QVC.

3. Numbers: “This is probably the most consistent thing that you find: [winners] knew their numbers,” explains O’Leary. “If you put all three together, you get the alchemy that gets the sharks interested in writing a check. If you miss out on any of those, we’ll throw you out in the street,” he says.

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In season 6, inventors Alice Brooks and Bettina Chen pitched a building toy for girls called “Roominate.” Both met at Stanford University and have multiple engineering degrees. The company had already received $85,000 of KickStarter funding, had $1.7 million in sales and a retail presence. They walked out with half a million dollars for a 5% equity stake.

The world of venture investing is a tough one, explains O’Leary. Of every ten deals, two fail, six end up coasting and the last two are hits – and end up providing all the returns, he says. The only exception, however, to that principle is “Shark Tank”. O’Leary says that no matter what the product or idea is, it usually ends up being somewhat successful just by virtue of being featured on the show. Tally up the millions of dollars in free advertising from being prime time, the reruns and the follow-ups and he finds 30 to 40% of outcomes are successful.

One final piece of advice? “The truth is don’t cry for money because it never cries for you,” he says.

Oct 062014

We are people too. Sometimes we make useful things. My cables were a mess and I could not find cables for my needs. And then I made what you can see on the picture.  If you want to find the right cable instantly when you need it try to organize your cables after the manner that I used to organize my cables.


cable organizer cardboard box and pipes

cable organizer cardboard box and pipes


Dec 022013
Rudyard Kipling quote

Motivational stories are of an essence when we learn the ways to achieve our goals and gain success. Napoleon Hill quotations are parts of wisdom of manyof the  greatest achievers  concentrated in a limited number of words.

Success stories are remembered better and motivate longer  when  you can hold in your memory an easily memorizable piece of it.

Here are some quotes I’d like you to know.

Quatations are about gainings that we may desire.









If you don’t get what you want, it’s a sign either that you did not seriously want it, or that you tried to bargain over the price.

                                                                     (Rudyard Kipling).



Not enough just to Want; Have a Burning Desire!

When you have a burning desire to possess something or see something happening, all powers of nature will come together to make your wishes come true. You only have to be ready to see the path and make daily choices that steadily move you toward your desired point.


Some people are able see the path naturally, others need to learn to see it.


  I learned my way by asking a simple question”why” and seeking answers everywhere.

Nothing of what I got seems to be cheap or little to me.

Some of my gains must look big even to the chosen few.

Here are some I want to tell you.

Dreams that became Reality.



   My dream to own and drive a silver metallic Mitsubishi Galant with blue tinted windows became reality after only five years in 2006.

In 2001 back in my country I could only dream to have such an inexpensive by American measures car like Mitsubishi Galant.




My dream to speak English and make living by using it came true 12 years after I started studying it.


My dream of becoming a citizen of the United States of America came true after 37 years in the year 2013.


My dream to know what god is was answered in 2003 – just in 10 years from the day when my father died and I could not make sense of the tons of lies and tales of the traditional religions.


I dreamed of forgiveness I would receive when I meet my father the day I die. He forgave me one night in a beautiful dream that I remembered forever.


What you can do?

  • Do you have wishes? Think about them every day, twice a day.
  • Read about men and women whose achievements are big and well known.

Napoleon Hill, author of “Think and Grow Rich” said:

         Experience has taught me that the next best thing to being truly great is to emulate the great, by feeling and action, as nearly as possible.

  • Emulate the greatest achievers.
  • Give before you get.
  • Don’t bargain over the price! Don’t expect to have sustainable gains before you give people values that they desire.

By Shaheen Hajigil

Nov 242013

FROM AUTHOR: I saw this girl on the beach, and quietly began to shoot. Then she saw me, but said nothing. I watched her for 20 minutes, kept shooting. It was a special moment and I knew I will remember it for long. Things happen. And you can not explain. I hope she finds this video one day.

Эту девушку я увидел на пляже, и незаметно начал снимать. Потом она увидела меня, но ничего не сказала. Я наблюдал за ней 20 минут, снимал, это был особенный момент и я знал, что запомню его надолго. Вот бывает такое. А обьяснить не можешь. Надеюсь, до нее дойдет это видео.


Nov 172013

top-10-Insomnia-music 10 most popular relaxation, meditation and sleep inducing videos from YouTube Plus + One Bonus Video combining sound and flashing green light are compiled here for your convenience. Save time by examining the compilation and choosing most optimal combination for you.

Sleep Music Delta Waves: Relaxing Music to Help you Sleep, Deep Sleep, Inner Peace.

Sleep Music Delta Waves: Relaxing Music to Help you Sleep, Deep Sleep, Inner Peace and Autogenic Training. Relaxing Sounds for Relaxation Meditation, Tai Chi and Reiki. Meditation Music Video, Meditation Video with Delta Waves to Help you Sleep.










Relaxation: Relaxing Nature Sounds and Tibetan Chakra Meditation Music for Relaxation Meditation.

Meditation Music Relaxation Video with Relaxing Nature Sounds Relaxation and Tibetan Chakra Meditation Music for Relaxation Meditation, Deep Sleep, Studying, Healing Massage, Spa, Sound Therapy, Chakra Balancing, Baby Sleep, Serenity and Yoga Relaxing Sounds of Nature White Noise for Mindfulness Meditation Relaxation Music




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RELAX TV ☯ 3 hours of Relaxing Music, Nature Sounds, Slow Ambient Sleep Tracks.


Most of the relaxing videos sold today serve more as a background with various musical tracks, we at Lounge V have decided to change that. We have let most of our footage pick up the natural audio from the world we live in. The calming tunes of our world’s birds, the melodic flow of water, wind and waves. Each of these were recorded, on location, using Dolby Digital 5.1 surround sound technology, but unfortunately, you can not yet hear it on YouTube.

Relaxation Music – 1 Hour Meditation Candle.

One hour HD recording of meditation candle and gentle music.
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Music: “Relax” by Davgar ( )


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Celestial White Noise 10 Hours. Sleep Better, Reduce Stress, Calm Your Mind, Improve Focus. | Download 10 Hour White Noise MP3
This improved white noise track features 10 hours of high fidelity white noise (in stereo) to help you sleep better, improve your performance on the job, focus better at school, or calm your mind. Block out the background chatter of typing, phones and conversations at the office. Mask the sounds of noisy traffic, neighbors and pets. Sleep better. Relax. Enjoy all the benefits of white noise.

Thunderstorm Sound 8 hours – Rain and thunder storm relaxation sleep sound, rain sound nature sounds.

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Onweersbui Sound 8 uur – Regen en onweer ontspanning slaap geluid, regen geluid natuurgeluiden
Gewitter Ton 8 Stunden – Regen und Gewitter Entspannung Schlaf Sound, Klang regen Naturgeräuschen
Καταιγίδα ήχου 8 ωρών – βροχή και βροντές χαλάρωσης καταιγίδα υγιή ύπνο, ήχους της φύσης βροχή ήχου
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THREE HOURS of Relaxing music – Meditation and Sleep Music – Spa Music.

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 BONUS VIDEO!!! Relaxation Wave of Ocean Sound and Light – Ultimate Insomnia Killer (1 Hour, Hypnotic).

I searched YouTube for a video similar to this one. I did not find any. If you ever stumbled upon one, please, let me know in the comments.
Sleep inducing light.
Expand to Full Screen. Use in a dark room only for full effect.

Relaxation Wave of Ocean Sound and Light – Ultimate Insomnia Killer (1 Hour, Hypnotic).

Blinking Green light is combined with Nature’s Music- most pleasant sound of Ocean waves. It is coded into our DNA by Evolution. It Tranquilizes our Body and Mind, induces sound sleep.
Blinking monotonously Green Light is known for it’s hypnotic sleep producing effect on Humans.

Exellent combination to fight insomnia. Move your insomnia out of your bedroom.
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Long Train Sounds for Sleep : Night Train 8 Hour Sound.

Take the night train with our all night long train sounds. Sleep on a train for 8 hours. Designed to play all night long, this railroad audio changes subtly throughout. Presented by
By Shaheen Hajigil
Please comment. Was the bonus video with blinking green light useful? If you have any questions about it, don’t hesitate to ask questions.


Nov 042013

Relaxation Wave of Ocean Sound and Light – Solution for Insomnia

Expand to Full Screen. Use in a dark room only for full effect. Set your computer to shut down in 1 hour.


Sleep inducing Solution.
Relaxation Wave of Ocean Sound and Light – Ultimate Insomnia Killer (1 Hour, Hypnotic).
Blinking Green light is combined with Nature’s Music- most pleasant sound of Ocean waves. It is coded into our DNA by Evolution. It Tranquilizes our Body and Mind, induces sound sleep.
Blinking monotonously Green Light is known for it’s hypnotic sleep producing effect on Humans.

Exellent combination to fight insomnia. Move your insomnia out of your bedroom.

Share, please.

By Shaheen Hajigil

Jul 052013

Sea backflows!

As waves travel from deep to shallow water, they will break near the shoreline. When waves break strongly in some locations and weakly in others, this can cause circulation cells which are seen as rip currents(backflow): narrow, fast-moving belts of water traveling offshore.

Why backflow is dangerous?

Rip currents are the leading surf hazard for all beachgoers. They are particularly dangerous for weak or non-swimmers. Rip current speeds are typically 1-2 feet per second. However, speeds as high as 8 feet per second have been measured–this is faster than an Olympic swimmer can sprint! Thus, rip currents can sweep even the strongest swimmer out to sea.

Over 100 drownings due to rip currents occur every year in the United States. More than 80% of water rescues on surf beaches are due to rip currents.
Rip currents can occur at any surf beach with breaking waves, including the Great Lakes.

How to recognize the backflow

look for any of these clues:

  • a channel of churning, choppy water
  • an area having a notable difference in water color
  • a line of foam, seaweed, or debris moving steadily seaward
  • a break in the incoming wave pattern

None, one, or more of the above clues may indicate the presence of rip currents (backflows). Rip currents are often not readily or easily identifiable to the average beachgoer. For your safety, be aware of this major surf zone hazard. Polarized sunglasses make it easier to see the rip current clues provided above.





How to get out of the backflow:

Learn how to swim!

  • Never swim alone.
  • Be cautious at all times, especially when swimming at unguarded beaches. If in doubt, don’t go out!
  • Whenever possible, swim at a lifeguard protected beach.
  • Obey all instructions and orders from lifeguards.
  • If caught in a rip current, remain calm to conserve energy and think clearly.
  • Don’t fight the current. Swim out of the current in a direction following the shoreline. When out of the current, swim towards shore.
  • If you are unable to swim out of the rip current, float or calmly tread water. When out of the current, swim towards shore.
  • If you are still unable to reach shore, draw attention to yourself:  face the shore, wave your arms, and yell for help.
  • If you see someone in trouble, get help from a lifeguard. If a lifeguard is not available, have someone call 9-1-1 . Throw the rip current victim something that floats and yell instructions on how to escape. Remember, many people drown while trying to save someone else from a rip current.

sea-water-rip-current-escape-danger                                                           NOAA

Other safety tips include:

  • Use lifeguarded beaches during summer months. Scheduled hours of lifeguarded beaches may vary.
  • Non-swimmers should use Coast Guard-approved flotation vests, even while wading.
  • Do not swim in the ocean alone – take a buddy with you
  • Stay Sober – don’t swim while intoxicated. Alcohol can affect your judgment and your body temperature – impairing your ability to swim.
  • Don’t swim during rough seas. Broken necks and paralysis have resulted from swimmers being thrown into the ocean bottom headfirst.
  • The force of big waves crashing at the shore’s edge can pick you up and throw you into the sand. This may result in a dislocated shoulder or knee.
  • Due to dangerous currents, never swim in the inlets.
  • Do not swim at night or near fishing piers.
  • Children should swim only with adult supervision.
  • Know the various types of ocean currents and how to get out of them.
  • Watch the weather. Storms and squalls come up quickly.
  • Don’t swim during thunderstorms; lightening is extremely dangerous and does strike the beach.
  • Don’t wear shiny objects when swimming – these objects may attract sharks and other fish.
  • Watch for jellyfish. If stung, seek first aid if needed. Don’t rub sand on the stings. Spraying or pouring vinegar on the sting site often reduces the pain. If you don’t have vinegar, try ammonia or denatured alcohol.
  • Do not swim near surfers – surfboard fins can cut you.
May 142013

In 1933, famous author F.Scott Fitzgerald ended a letter to his 11-year-old daughter, Scottie, with a

 list of things to worry about,

not worry about, and simply think about.

Things to worry about:
Worry about courageF_Scott_Fitzerald_and_wife_Zelda_at_Dellwood
Worry about cleanliness
Worry about efficiency
Worry about horsemanship

Things not to worry about:
Don’t worry about popular opinion
Don’t worry about dolls
Don’t worry about the past
Don’t worry about the future
Don’t worry about growing up
Don’t worry about anybody getting ahead of you
Don’t worry about triumph
Don’t worry about failure unless it comes through your own fault
Don’t worry about mosquitoes
Don’t worry about flies
Don’t worry about insects in general
Don’t worry about parents
Don’t worry about boys
Don’t worry about disappointments
Don’t worry about pleasures
Don’t worry about satisfactions

Things to think about:
What am I really aiming at?
How good am I really in comparison to my contemporaries in regard to:
(a) Scholarship
(b) Do I really understand about people and am I able to get along with them?
(c) Am I trying to make my body a useful instrument or am I neglecting it?


Photo: F. Scott Fitzgerald and his wife Zelda. (Wikimedia Commons, Public Domain)