Visiting a Local Island


Visiting a Local Island.

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Visiting a Local Island


Meedhoo Island is located in Dhaalu Atoll and the fast developing island compared to other islands in the Maldives.

This local inhabited island was severely hit by the 2004 tsunami. However, the people worked hard to restore and rebuild what has been lost.

The main economical  work done in this island is fishing.

Recorded on July 28, 2015

July 30- Photo taken around Meedhoo Island

The art of being “Single”


It’s been eight long years, since my first relationship ended.

I’ve been enjoying my life as a single woman focusing on my career, parents, loved-ones, friends, self-identity and especially waiting for God’s signal to meet a right guy.

I tried joining dating websites with the influence of my friends who found their loving husband and fiance’ through online dating. But I failed to find a good man.

I’m scared to commit mistake again and the fear to easily fall in love.

Sometimes, I feel frustrated but then when I just close my eyes whisper the name of the Lord and believe in His words, I feel at ease.

I am not a perfect woman, I have my flaws and downfall.

From my past, I have learned a lesson and it made me stronger.

myself and my tripod

Being single at the age of 33,  doesn’t mean that I don’t want to settle down someday.

As a single at this moment, it gives me more time to explore things, to enjoy every opportunity,  and widening my horizon by mingling to other people, accepting their cultures and the likes.

There are so many advantages being a single. I love my life and it gives me more strength and inspiration to dream big and plan goals for the future.

As I end my article, “I will meet the right guy destined to be my lifetime partner. A good man that God has chosen.”

 

Maldives: My Second Home


Loving my stay in Maldives

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The hardest word to say, is by saying goodbye to a place you considered second home.

A place where I hold on to my dreams, a place where I have gained friends, a place where I enjoyed travelling in other resorts, and a place wherein I will cherish every moment until I grow old.

My journey never ends here. Second thoughts still lingered on my mind. Life has twist and turn.

But, I entrusted it to the Lord all of my decisions in life. I cannot do this alone without Him.

I just believe in myself I can go through with this.

I cherished all the moments.

Anantara, Maldives
Anantara Veli
Angsana Velavaru
Angsana Velavaru (In-Ocean Villa)
Banyan Tree- Vabbinfaru
Chaaya Dhonveli
Jumeirah Vittaveli, overlooking Lagoon Suites
Jumeirah Vittaveli, Lagoon Villas
Komandoo Resort- Water Villas
Kuredu Resort- Extended Sandbank
Paradise Resort- The Pool
Taj- Exotica- view from President’s suite
Taj…

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Maldives: My Second Home


The hardest word to say, is by saying goodbye to a place you considered second home.

A place where I hold on to my dreams, a place where I have gained friends, a place where I enjoyed travelling in other resorts, and a place wherein I will cherish every moment until I grow old.

My journey never ends here. Second thoughts still lingered on my mind. Life has twist and turn.

But, I entrusted it to the Lord all of my decisions in life. I cannot do this alone without Him.

I just believe in myself I can go through with this.

I cherished all the moments.

Anantara, Maldives
Anantara Veli
Angsana Velavaru
Angsana Velavaru (In-Ocean Villa)
Banyan Tree- Vabbinfaru
Chaaya Dhonveli
Jumeirah Vittaveli, overlooking Lagoon Suites
Jumeirah Vittaveli, Lagoon Villas
Komandoo Resort- Water Villas
Kuredu Resort- Extended Sandbank
Paradise Resort- The Pool
Taj- Exotica- view from President’s suite
Taj Exotica- arrival jetty
Taj-Exotica
Velassaru Resort, at the beach side
Male, Maldives
Male, Maldives

Loving Unconditionally


In some articles I wrote about “Love & Relationship”, I included blogs and reviews from other writers. These blogs help me a lot in terms of information, an awakening into reality, and serve as a driving force for me to write.

I am so grateful to all my guests featured in every article published, for giving me permission to include their magical moments in Maldives.

Here is an introduction I quoted from author Barrie Davenport.

“Lasting relationships require unconditional love. Unconditional love in a relationship begins with oneself. To set the foundation for a lasting, healthy relationship, you must first have a strong sense of self-esteem and self-confidence. It also means you can stand on your own two feet as an individual without requiring a romantic partner to define you or complete you. You can be together with someone and still remain fully yourself — as a person you like and respect.”

     “Offering unconditional love to yourself means you are able to view yourself as lovable and worthy — in spite of any perceived flaws or past mistakes.

Newly wed from China

Within the relationship itself, you are able to love the other person as they are in their essence. If you have fallen in love with this person and want to build a lasting relationship with them, then you must view them as a unique individual, not as an extension of yourself.”

“They may be different from you in many ways. They may view the world differently and have habits that you don’t share, but you can embrace these differences because they are part of this unique person you love.“

“You begin with the essentials of self-love ,mutual love and respect. You see and embrace the core of the other, their innate personality and worldview. You acknowledge the influences of their upbringing, life experiences, and ingrained behaviors.”

met during high school days

Photos taken in Maldives: 

It’s just simply saying: opposite attracts, likes repel.

2 and 1/2 years into a relationship, before tying a knot

– See more at: http://liveboldandbloom.com/11/relationships/unconditional-love-the-key-to-lasting-relationships

“For I was Hungry…”


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Dear homeless boy sitting on the curb,

In the heat of the day, I passed you by.

Your was face darkened with fear, anger and hunger,

But I averted my eyes.

Alone in a world of 7 billion people,

I hardened my heart choosing not to wonder.

A face so young with eyes grown old.

What happened to you to make you thus so?

I suppose I could have stopped

And chatted with you all the same.

Maybe there’d be a change

If I had prayed over you in Yahshua’s name.

But I’m heading to Bible study now,

My emotions too comfortable to disturb.

Perhaps another passerby will come strolling ’round the curb.

“Yes,” I console my conscience.

Perhaps another passerby will come strolling ’round the curb.

Matthew 25:35-40

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View of Coron from the boat


lovely place to visit

Travel & Liking

After a whole day of snorkeling and swimming activities in the water, it was time to end the day and return to Coron for a good rest. But I was still very excited about everything that’s happening around me. The view around Coron and the islands were simply mesmerizing. As we are nearing the port in Coron and call it a day, I took a shot that overlooks Coron from the boat.

With Mount Tapyas framed in the middle of the shot, I took a wide angle landscape shot of the view for its dramatic effect from the sky and the water in ultra wide view.

Boat ride back to port.

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