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My Cold Reading Test- Very much alike to my personality

My Cold Reading Test

Favorite number: 07
Most influential role model: Barack Obama
  1. The impression of you that I get is that you are a sensitive person but are often wary of expressing your true thoughts and emotions. I feel that you have been hurt in the past and this may be the reason for your caution – however, once you allow people to become a part of your life, i.e. by confiding in them or accepting their help or advice, you find it easier to develop a sense of trust and affinity.
  2. There is something from your childhood which you are especially sensitive about – I’m not sure exactly what this is but I do know that it would take a very special person for you to confide this secret to. If this issue hasn’t yet been resolved then you may feel a little ashamed of whatever this was but one message that comes through to me is that it was not your fault.
  3. You have always tried your best in most of the things that you’ve done. You realize that you could have done better at times with certain projects but your interest simply wasn’t there. You find it easy to concentrate on things that really interest you, but if someone tries to make you study a subject or project that you don’t want to learn about then you tend to ‘phase out’.
  4. There was an artistic or musical interest that you had when you were younger that you could have developed but didn’t. It may be that there were too many other things going on in your life at the time – or that it simply wasn’t the right time for you – I feel that you will probably go back to that interest at some time in the future and excel at it.
  5. You lost someone very special in your past and this left you with a sense of loneliness or abandonment. You still miss this person but I figure you are now coming to terms with that loss. In a way it made you appreciate loved ones more; however you don’t always show your true feelings.
  6. You would like to be the centre of attention at times – however most of the time you are happy to watch and observe. You don’t like making a fool of yourself and you certainly wouldn’t enjoy seeing your best friend or someone you really care about making a fool of themselves.
  7. You have an overwhelming protective instinct. If someone you love annoys you then you will tell them so. If an outsider insults them then you instinctively jump to their defensive. It’s as though ‘It’s alright for you to say that, but not for them to’.
  8. You have certain colours that you like and will wear them depending on your mood. You are also sensitive to smell – you have favourite aromas – and some memories that are associated to them – e.g. bonfire night or your mother’s favourite perfume or shampoo – or perhaps a favourite dish – roast beef – curry – chicken or steak or perhaps even a tomato based recipe.
  9. You are idealistic about the person you would like to eventually settle down with (if indeed you have not already met that person). You really want your relationship to work out and will do your utmost to make things work. However if your partnership is wrong then you have no hesitation in not making this effort.
  10. You want to be happy in life. You hate hurting people and if this inadvertently does happen then you feel that hurt yourself. You are happy with your morals but would love to improve yourself in some way.
  11. At the moment you are in some sort of quandary about the direction your life is taking you and there are decisions to be made. Making decisions is not always easy for you – you like to weigh up the options in your mind and find yourself swayed by outside distractions. In this area you should always trust your instinct.
  12. Life is not always easy for you – often you meet obstacles just as you think you are reaching your goal. These setbacks can make you feel unsettled or even depressed at times but you have a knack of being able to bounce back.
  13. When you look back on your life at some of the difficult times you realize that they seemed a lot worse at the time than they actually were. You are a survivor and are guided by hope and optimism.
  14. Money can be an issue for you and you should learn to manage it more effectively. Although you have to rely on outside sources at times you would prefer to be totally independent in this area.
  15. You dislike chaos and would be happier in a well organized environment but it seems that there is never enough time to carry out your well meaning intentions.
  16. Some time ago there was a disastrous relationship that knocked your confidence somewhat. Although you are over that now, there are still times when you feel vulnerable and insecure. You want to be loved for who you are, not how others want you to be and you generally try to please most of the time – however under extreme provocation you find it impossible to bottle up your feelings and minor explosions can occur.
  17. In order to overcome this tendency you should learn to communicate more freely in the early stages of an impending crisis.
  18. You enjoy travelling but something seems to be holding you back from being able to visit all the places you’d like to go. This could be money or other commitments or simply something within yourself that you have not yet acknowledged.
  19. Children, or one in particular, will play an important part of your life and you will derive a great deal of pleasure from helping him or her. You will also find yourself re-thinking a lot of your original ideas as your experience and maturity grow.

Very much alike to my personality


Siyah Khaleel


Democracy Defined

While working towards a better democracy, today we are facing a lot of difficulties to the work that we are doing today to enrich the pure essence of a democracy in the Maldives.

What we need to talk about today is not about the government, we got to speak about the people, and we got to be used with peace not with the strong violence. We need to think a bit more about our depressed economy. Why can’t we spend a few hours of our day schedule not debating about the political issues yet solving what is best for the country. We are forgetting that the democracy isn’t only politics. Democracy as defined by United Nations says it is power to the people by the people. And it says that freedom of equality, Rights and all the aspects of good governance shall be what we have to see in a good democracy. Democratic issues are social, cultural, Environmental & politics as well. Therefore why can’t we use our power given to us by democracy and talk about the social issues that are about our society? I was just wondering why can’t we talk democratically, you know all of us conducting various events to talk about the environmental impacts that will kill us certainly if we did not act as sooner as possible. What my concern in that we only 350,000 people who talks only about one politics with given freedom of democracy will be a “strong poison” to us at the end of the day.

“Now I wanted to tell this story to you guys since I had a bad experience when my NGO where I work with few other NGO’s started this evening called “A Democracy Evening”. We expected a lot more support. You know! Like we wanted to see a lot of young minds  presented at the evening. Now! This evening was actually an evening where we meet, talk about the issues that concerns us the most. First evening went on ok but we saw only 10 people or less in the second evening despite the strong social media advertisement. What I wanted to say you is that if it was a a political party gathering or protest we will see thousands & when it is something like this where we are trying to highlight the issues and how to tackle that while policy makers, are busy getting ready to political gatherings of their respective party”

Well! Let’s hope that our very dirty trend of involved only in the game of politics will end up soon and we all will hand in hand to tackle the problems and forward our country for a better tomorrow. May god bless our country, people of the country and their family! Well wishes to the Island Country Maldives.


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My concerns to about our Nation

Last year we got to see 11 brutal deaths. This year till I started to write this post we got to see 9 different brutal & unexpected deaths. These are the bold headlines that we never got to see earlier until last couple of years. Yes we have to believe that authorities have not considered such cases to that seriousness otherwise it should be to. We are of few people , I can say that we are small community of 350,000 people on a tiny beautiful island of the Maldives yet we are experiencing what we never expected years before. Social problems, political problems, family problems , these are the problems we have to take and tackle seriously. I am only 19yrs old but I have seen what my grandpa or grandma haven’t seen. I saw coup happened in the Maldives that led first democratically elected president to step down, I saw 11 deaths happened right here at the city on my 18teens and I saw another 9 deaths till date of this year. I can’t say that another death might not happen when I am writing this post. This is how our society is changed. We must not forget that we barely forget the face of someone who we see today, we are very of very few people and if our government listen to citizens it their main stakeholders and tackle the problems instead of making their all day plans to appoint new political positions or spending our money on political dramas. No we don’t want to see it we like the government who tries to be fair enough to everyone. Who tries to bring up justice to everyone no matter which political party they are belongs to or whether the citizen is rich or poor still we must be assured that justice will be given. But I gave this fear that at this situation our country may go into deep recession not only economically yet socially as well.

Therefore we shall be united and we must together try to create a peaceful society which is important in a practical democracy. May our country be blessed & future brighter than I think of.

Police takes over the USFASGANDHU

Massive number of riot police takes over the Usfasgandu, place where opposition MDP (Maldivian Democratic Party) continued Insaafuge Dhathuru after police took over the Raalhugandhu.

With regard to what happened on 07th february of this year, MDP have been continuing strong public protests against the New government which was formed after Nasheed steped out of office on the same day 07th Feb, when police and MNDF stood against him.

What MDP Believes is that this was a coup and the investigations must go on. With this effort MDP showed up strong public protests which continued for the several days.

Now question is what will happen next, what place MDP shall be camping, if usfasgandhu is taken.

Earth Hour – Chance to Save our Planet –

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Earth Hour

Earth Hour 2012 – Dare the World to Save the Planet. Switch off your lights on Saturday 31 March at 8:30pm to be part of the world’s largest voluntary action for the environment

Earth Hour is a universal message of hope and action to protect the one thing that unites us all – the planet. Together our actions add up.

Earth hour is defined as another Hour that we spend in earth to save our planet ! Every year at Earth Hour we gather to one place walk around Capital City Male’ , Switch off Lights for One Hour and then with Authentic Dhivehi Boduberu we finish the day. Not exactly what we actually want to see. Personally i have taken part in both of rally held in Male’ to mark earth hour, most of the people gathered just walked around the crowed and few friend of mine and myself raised our voice via megafone. Unlike any other protests or any other political rally we don’t want to see massive crowed yet we want to see crowed with active initiative who are loud enough to speak up against climate change and Globalization that causes massive damages to Environment and to the planet too. 

I suggest to have a campaign that shall prolong for a week or month. This campaign might be a door to door campaign explaining the scnerio to the every citizen or through internet websites and social networking (Best option i say). Well at this way we can convey what actually we must convey ! It is not about a rally that starts from one point and ends to the another point. We appreciate what scouts does . it is good to have rally but what for when it is not very fruitful. We must show actions ! We must not be someone who just hold a poster saying switch off lights when not in use and go back at home and do not actually show what poster says. That will not be any good to our environment and Climate Change.

We have to understand that we at low level. Sea level is raising every now and then ! First to have drastic impact will  be countries like Maldives where sea level is too low and we can simply do nothing unless these issues are voiced up and tackled. One rally for one hour and switching off lights for one hour will not yield anything. Those are not actions. Big picture will not show any good imporvements until unless we show something that can yield outcome that we need!

Fellow Maldivians , On this earth hour let us all make a aim to contribute to save our planet. Everyday we can do may things to stop what is happening. So it is your turn ! show something that will show the result at the end of the day.

Siyah Khaleel



Bestselling Author Shares 3 Tips for Building Your Blog Audience

Good Work ! Interesting Blog

The WordPress.com Blog

After moving from New York City to Chicago and getting married, Rachel Bertsche realized that her new life was missing one crucially important thing: a local best friend. So she decided to go on one friend date every week for a year, and she documented her quest on a WordPress.com blog at MWFseekingBFF.com.

But before Rachel even started the blog, the 27-year-old writer put together a book proposal based on her search for a local BFF, and successfully pitched it to agents, and then editors. She says, “After I sold the proposal, I decided to start a blog so that I could have a place to document my journey and some of the research I was finding. I also wanted to start building a community and to engage with readers.”

It’s now been over two years since Rachel first launched MWFseekingBFF.com. So did she accomplish her blogging goals?…

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Statement on Maldives by Acting Chair of CMAG 15 March 2012

Source taken from : http://www.thecommonwealth.org/news/245450/150312cmagmaldivesstatement.htm

The Commonwealth Ministerial Action Group held a teleconference today, to continue its consideration of the situation in Maldives.

The meeting was chaired by Hon Dr Surujrattan Rambachan, Minister for Foreign Affairs and Communications of Trinidad & Tobago. Other Ministers participating in the teleconference were Senator the Hon Bob Carr, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Australia; Hon John Baird, Minister for Foreign Affairs of Canada; Hon Bernard K Membe, Minister for Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation of Tanzania; and Hon Ebun Jusu, Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation of Sierra Leone. Other CMAG members were represented by senior officials.

CMAG received an update from the Secretary-General on relevant developments in Maldives since the Group’s extraordinary meeting in London on 22 February 2012.

The Group welcomed the continuing Good Offices of the Commonwealth Secretary-General in Maldives and, in this context, the appointment of Rt Hon Sir Donald McKinnon as the Secretary-General’s Special Envoy. It attached great importance to the role of the Special Envoy and expressed its full support to him in his assignment.

CMAG noted with regret that the Majlis had not been able to convene as scheduled on 1 March 2012.

CMAG continued to be strongly of the view that the earliest possible expression of the will of the people was required to establish universal faith in the legitimacy of those who govern the country. The Group therefore expressed disappointment and deep concern at the lack of progress achieved so far through the All-Party Talks process to arrive at a political settlement in Maldives that would enable the holding of early elections in the current calendar year, as expected by the Group. It urged all parties to engage in dialogue without delay, in earnest and in good faith with a view to achieving agreement on the date of early elections, and the processes required to do so, including any necessary constitutional amendments and supporting legislation.

The Group also noted that the Commission of National Inquiry in Maldives had commenced its investigation into the events between 14 January and 8 February 2012, but that it had not secured cross-party support. In this context, CMAG acknowledged that international assistance for the investigative mechanism has been requested, and noted that the Commonwealth could be of potential assistance. It reiterated its strong belief in the importance of the work of the Commission and the conviction this should carry in Maldives and internationally.

CMAG continued to be concerned to ensure that former President Nasheed received the freedoms and privileges due to a former head of government.
CMAG urged that all political parties and their leaders should be able to participate fully and freely in future electoral processes.

CMAG once again urged all parties in Maldives to act with maximum restraint and mutual respect in their public statements and actions, with a view to maintaining order and an atmosphere of calm, and to seek an inclusive way forward.

The Group reiterated that the Commonwealth should provide appropriate assistance to Maldives in areas that promote adherence to Commonwealth values and principles, including the Judiciary, the Majlis and the Elections Commission. The Group welcomed the Secretary-General’s advice that a programme of assistance to the Judiciary would commence shortly.
CMAG decided to retain Maldives on its agenda, noting that it would meet in April when further steps could be considered in light of progress over the next month.


MDP Rally to Mark International Womens Day 2012

Hundreds of Women’s gathered around the Male’ Streets and voiced up for an early election and they demands Dr. Waheed to leave the office

Dr. Waheed automatically became President when Mr. Nasheed (The Island President) was forced to step down at gun point (Reports says)

Maldivian Democratic Party (MDP), had a several street protests with regard to the Military Coup.