Jan 6, 2014

Peaceful world - NASA satellite image

This is a NASA satellite image [See full Picture], the world looks so peaceful and calm.

A proverb says " Don't judge a book by it's cover", this picture proves this proverb is 100% true! 

Dec 28, 2013


I wish to share some of my experience on Eye communication

The eye contact or the eye communication plays a vital role when you are having a oral face to face communication.

We naturally speak with our families, friends, colleagues, and public but when you really want to know something out of a person, body language plays a crucial role.

A person who lies or bluffs will always try to avoid the eye contact with you, (and women are really good in finding out the truth from men, therefore if you want to lie to a woman please cover your face with a blanket or cover your head with a bucket or wear a sun-glass)

Even though I know how eye communication works but as a human being naturally I cannot lie my own body language and I always don't keep reading others body languages. 

But when matters become serious, I do use my knowledge of eye communication to find out the truth from a person. When I keep questioning or talking to someone, the black eyeball flicks towards top-left. (This happens in nanoseconds, therefore you need to concentrate on their eye movement) this has helped me a lot. once you come to know the truth whether the person has lied or spoke the truth, don't challenge that person further, since you have discovered the fact, all you got to do is play a diplomatic game to solve the problem (find out the reason, why he lied and try to give a solution for the problem, also never show out that you know he has lied to you, this will unnecessarily break the relationship).

The image below will gives you further information about a HUMAN EYE POSITIONS and WHAT IT MEANS!

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I have experienced some of my friends, families eyes flicked towards left, sometimes I have seen my boss's eyes flicked left ;-) LOL

But always remember, we all are humans, some circumstances push human to lie, some lie to shape up things, some lie to make you feel better, some lie to gain something from you, some lie to escape from you... we may understand the eye language but we will never be able read what is in their Mind. only God can understand what is our minds, we become so angry when come to know a person has lied to you but the God who knows what is in your heart still forgives you. He is the most merciful.  

"Say, “Allah knows whatever lies in your hearts, whether you hide it or make it known (to others). He knows everything in the heavens and on earth. Allah has power (and complete control) over all things!” [Quran 3:29]

Therefore if you have two options to forgive or revenge, always choose to forgive and forget.

Nov 23, 2013

The Elephant March on the roads

I was on my way back to office after Friday prayers, these elephants were marching for the event CHOGHM held in Sri Lanka.

The elephant march was causing traffic jam.... this is not new for Sri Lankan roads but the foreigners are thrilled to see these elephants lined up middle of the road.

Oct 3, 2013

Rescuing the Drowning Deers

This recure story touched my heart :-) one of the best animal rescue missions.
According to the report in the Juneau Empire, Tom Satre, his sister Sharon Kelly and a few other family members were heading across Taku Inlet near Juneau on Tom's charter boat for a picnic at the State Marine Park.

About a mile offshore, Sharon, a birder, spotted something odd in the water coming towards the boat through her binoculars.  What she first thought were sea lions or shorebirds turned out to be four young Sitka black-tailed deer (a subspecies of mule deer).

Four distressed Sitka deer swim desperately towards the Alaska Quest Charter Boat.
Even though Sitka deer are known for their swimming ability and often cross large bodies of water between islands, these four where in obvious distress in the frigid water and whipping winds that had stirred up two to three foot swells in the inlet.  The biggest sign of that distress was the fact that the deer actually swam towards the boat and tried to board it, their fear of drowning overpowering their fear of people.

Unable to propel themselves out of the water in their exhaustion, they had to be hauled out onto the deck, where they collapsed.  There, the hypothermic deer slowly but calmly recovered.

The deer calmly recover on the deck of the boat after their near-drowning experience.
When the boat reached opposite shore, three of the four deer were able to make it off and into the woods on their own.  The fourth deer, however, had to be hauled off the boat in a wheelbarrow and couldn't stand on his own for a long while.  After a few hours, however, he managed to stay standing, albeit a bit wobbly, and the rescuers took their leave.

One deer was still weak when they reached the shore and had to be carried off the boat.
The whole incident was definitely not something Tom or Sharon could have ever anticipated when they set out across the inlet that morning.  Luckily for the deer, they were in the right place at the right time and were able to give these young animals another chance at life.

Thank you - Animal Planet 

Sep 24, 2013

Ask President Mahinda Rajapaksa Questions on Twitter

Here is a great opportunity to ask questions to His excellency President Mahinda Rajapakse via social media twitter, ask your question adding this hashtag #AskMR on your tweets.


May 13, 2013

A Facebook Update In Real Life

I really enjoyed this video, probably must be a  Google+ production LOL

Seriously, Facebook new features annoys...