Dear Sail Readers,
We launch this month our 21st issue of Sail eMagazine. This issue coincides with a very special event to all Emiratis and everyone who lives within the UAE, and this event is the 40th National Day for UAE. You cannot help but to feel extremely proud of what our country has reached to, and how the sense of belonging only increases more and more everyday. Through out this issue you will find many of Sail’s columnists expressing their feelings and joy with the national day, amongst other articles that targets issues from our society.
We are joined this month with a new columnist: Haif Zamam through her column: Sense and Sustainability. Haif Zamzam is a professional in an Abu Dhabi-based clean technology venture capital fund and the Head of Capital Management of the Abu Dhabi Centre for Language and Speech Disorders. Haif graduated from the American University of Sharjah with a degree in Finance and Economics. Through her column, Haif hopes to tackle issues related to society’s sense, its sustainability and everything in between.
Below is the brief of what to expect in our 21st issue:
- Art of Living 101: Hamda AlHashemi writes about the exhibition of 1001 Islamic inventions, and how we all ought to own it up.
- Beyond Inspiration: Alanoud AlMadhi explains how the greatest fear of all is that of failure, and the one secret way to make that vanish.
- Community Talk: Khalid AlAmeri discusses the importance of people in the development of a Nation.
- Food For Thought: Shaima AlTamimi gives a personal tribute to the UAE for all what she has become and all that she has to offer.
- Interview: Dubai Abulhoul interviews the Emirati artists Khawla AlMarri and asks her about what inspires her in her art and about her National Day projects
- Just Another Undergrad: Fatma Bujsaim expresses that we need to understand that people can criticize as long as it is in the right way.
- Sense and Sustainability: Haif Zamam analyses the Emiratis understanding of the current economic situations.
- Society of Tomorrow: Mohamed Al Jneibi reflects on the union of the Seven Emirates and how they have become the real wonders for both Emiratis and residents living in the United Arab Emirates.
- The First Years Last Forever: Ayesha AlJanahi researches the term “Separation Anxiety” in children and how to overcome it.
- The Mind’s Eye: Moadh Bukhash examines the tendency of people to employ shortcuts in the small and big aspects of their lives and how we can counteract it through education and awareness.
- Too Blunt For Words: Fatma AlKhaja explains how decorating an office for National Day does not define National Pride. It is how you manage your job, not take advantage and be loyal to it that defines it.
- Words, Observations, and Ramblings: Reem Abdalla acknowledges the UAE’s 40th National Day and how being united is what brought the country its success.
21st Issue – December 2011
Here We Start – Art of Living 101 – Beyond Inspiration – Community Talk – Food For Thought
Interview – Just Another Undergrad – Sense and Sustainability – Society of Tomorrow
The First Years Last Forever – The Mind’s Eye – Too Blunt For Words – Words, Observations, and Ramblings
Enjoy the reads!
Iman Ben Chaibah
Editor in Chief
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