"" Welcome to my thoughts: October 2009

Thursday, October 29, 2009

What matters to you most?

Imaging that you're on a holiday, and walking on the beach during the sunny day…. Wherever you looked at you probably will see beautiful hot chicks in bikini lying on the beach. Of cause some were topless… wow. But they were lying on chest down…………hahahah.. too bed.. anyway

If someone stares at them most cases they won't really bother, in fact it could be distressed. In most extreme cases some chicks will try to show them… you know what I mean right.. hahaha

Let's change the scenario; same hot chicks you have seen on the beach yesterday.. but this time they were in a Shopping Mall. Now, do you think they will show what they wore inside? One might say yes…. Do you think that they won't take any seriously if someone stares at them? That old same voyeur might say yes!!

In this case majority chicks don't like others to see what they wore as undergarments. I really don't understand why they act differently in this situation….

So my question is what matters to them most in these two cases? is it because they don't want spoil their holiday by arguing with others or whether to show or not to show is based on how majority people behave in both scenarios…

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Another story

This is very unique thing I figured it out in Maldives… again relating to same hot chick hahaha.. guess what???

This time chicks were on their "natural break" and when they go to buy "sanitary pad" for them, most cases shopkeeper will parcel it before handed it to customers. Isn't it wonderful???? This is very common especially in the Islands.

So again, I was wondering what was the rationale behind this? Is it because these chicks don't want other to know that they were on break…. Or just they don't like its original packaging?? Honestly I never see this in any other counties I ever travelled…


Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Political Stereotyping..

Since we all are descendents of Adam, and he was disobeyed God by eating from an unauthorized tree, does it imply that we all are sinful for his act? This is what exactly I thought when I skimmed through the article. In it she says that Anni family should be responsible for the inglorious military cue brought by November 3, 1988.

If she is so sure about it why does she not file the case against him and try to topple him down? According to our constitution, such convict will not be eligible as head of the state.

We often criminalized whole family because of one person’s misconduct or behaviour. I would say these sorts of perceptual narrowing must be eradicated in our society.

Since Gayyoom has severed our nation as a president for 30 years, and we often see people pointing out their fingers at his whole family with obnoxious eye.

It’s obvious that if you have had ill-treated or have done something to someone, it’s probable that you and your family would be criminalized by the victims.

Nevertheless, in our society we do not see any constructive evidence when people start to criminalize others, this is unacceptable.

Baseless criminalization would be dangerous, and it could fuel for hetaerism and dissonance in the society.

For the past 5 years we have been experienced politicians criminalizing whole party or an individual candidate of specific parties due to calling for demonstration criticizing particular party of individual; nonetheless we have also seen giving warm-welcome for those who criminalized others, when they change their course.

I am not trying to convince you that neither Anni nor Gayyoom has any drawbacks in their political career.


Saturday, October 24, 2009

Climate change and Sea level rising controversial issue..

When I was reading Maldives' underwater cabinet meeting was a sorry stunt" I was really puzzled. I had an impression why former and current administrations were so busy with putting their own citizen on psychological trauma just for the sake of publicity and to seek international Aid.

I do believe some Islands were badly experiencing problem of soil erosion, and government is forced to find some permanent solution for it.

Since global warming and sea level rising is controversial issue, but it's certain that if world's natural resources is not being increased proportionality with the increasing population, it's possible to face some detrimental impact to our life style.

Some scientist believes sun is the mean driver of climatic change, on other hand others claim that it's due to industrial activity.

Please click here to download research paper done by Moner, Tooley and Possnert on New perspectives of the future of the Maldives. According to this research in the past people of the Maldives has survived a higher sea level of about 50-60 cm…


Sunday, October 18, 2009

In need of Google wave….

It's been long time I had been looking for Google wave account. Almost every single day and night I used to implore for an invitation as many as 20 or more ppl. So far all my attempts were failed. Some people had told me that they will send and often obtain my mail id, but I didn't receive anything other than some sorts of spam. It was embarrassing…

Since Google wave is so demanding, I was wondering why Google team decided "invitation method" to introduce it. This is what they did when they had introduced gmail at first time. It was another embarrassing experience which I went through that I didn't want to talk about…

I still have high hope getting it soon…


Saturday, October 17, 2009

First ever underwater cabinet meeting

World's first ever underwater cabinet meeting held in the island nation of the Maldives today. It was one of the many activities organized by Maldivian government in association with 350.org, a non-profit organization working against climate change and Divers Association of the Maldives. The president and his fellow ministers were 5meters underwater and meeting lasts for 30 minutes.

President and his team have had weeks of immense trainings to get ready for this historical event held today at Girifushi lagoon. The President and his ministers were signed a document urging the rest of the nations in the world to combat against climate change.

After the meeting, the president gave news conference while he's in the lagoon. Speaking to the reporters President said that if world leaders failed to succeed Copenhagen summit, which is to be held on December 10, would face a disastrous outcome.

It's been announced that the dive gear used by them is to be auctioned, and its funds will be spend for environment related activities. watch the meeting on Youtube

President speaking to reporters after the meeting
President speaking to reporters after the meeting President swiming towards beach after the meeting President signing the official document President signing the official document President signing his diver gear President and Vice president at the training room


Thursday, October 15, 2009

How to Handle the Pessimist on Your Team

by Amy Gallo

Turning Negativity into Productivity Dealing with a pessimist on your team can be a frustrating and time-consuming experience. Attempts to ignore or counter frequent negative comments may simply incite further negativity. Good news: by being proactive you can help the pessimist change his behavior and enable your team to achieve greater productivity.

What the Experts Say The first step is to figure out what is causing your team member's negativity. Roderick Kramer, William R. Kimball Professor of Organizational Behavior at Stanford Graduate School of Business, says that it is the role of the leader to understand the underlying cause of the pessimism before acting. "Some people are dispositional pessimists whose knee-jerk reaction is to see the negative in everything, while others may be expressing a pessimistic point of view based upon informed logic," Kramer says. Some common sources of pessimism include resentment at not having been promoted, a need for attention, or a need to cover for a lack of knowledge or skill. Read more


Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Unsafe SCUBA Diving could be deadly …

When I saw my friend's (Ayya) facebook status update, it caught me by surprise. It says that "Mohamed Thaleeem was dead due to irresponsible diving". Mohamed (Mode) is distant relative of my gurl, and everyone in his family was really kind for me when I was with them during the presidential election 2008.

Since I'm a certified dive master and based on my experience I am pretty sure that SCUBA diving is also one of the safest activities, if one follows the proper procedures and guidelines. It's sad to say that SCUBA diving with no proper training is common in some parts of the Maldives, especially among for those who search for lobster, echinoderms as a profession. And number of deadly incident happens every year.

According to my friend, Mode was with his group searching for echinoderms and he didn't complain for to any sorts of sickness before and during their trip. As usual they paired and went for searching echinoderms and he signaled his buddy that something was going wrong with him and asked for quick ascend. And during his assent he lost his consciousness and found that he was dead.

What went wrong with him was a mystery, since he was unconscious when he reached to surface, and there was no post-mortem to identify cause of death.

My earnest advice for all of my friend is pls do the proper training and follow the diving rules when you do it.

May Allah bless him and rest in peace.


Friday, October 9, 2009

Obama awarded 2009 Nobel Peace Prize

President Barack Obama made history again Friday, winning the 2009 Nobel Peace Prize for his "extraordinary efforts to strengthen international diplomacy and cooperation between peoples."The Norwegian Nobel Committee recognized Obama's efforts to solve complex global problems, including working toward a world free of nuclear weapons. "Only very rarely has a person to the same extent as Obama captured the world's attention and given its people hope for a better future," the committee said."His diplomacy is founded in the concept that those who are to lead the world must do so on the basis of values and attitudes that are shared by the majority of the world's population," it said. Obama's recognition comes less than a year after he became the first African-American to win the White House. He is the fourth U.S. president to win the prestigious prize and the third sitting president to do so. >Read more