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Evolution Of Man

Evolution Of Man

Saudis, by and large, do not believe in the theory of evolution. Like other conservative, religious societies, Saudis have firmly rejected Darwin’s theory on the basis that human beings are perfect, state-of-the-art creations, not the result of some natural process. Ahmed Mater is a doctor by training. He believes in evolution. But for him, evolution does not necessarily mean survival of the fittest. Sometimes, evolution can lead to one’s demise.

Saudi Arabia, founded in 1932, was a poor country with scarce natural resources. Then in 1938 oil was discovered in its deserts, and ten years later production was up to full capacity.

Petrodollars flooded the Kingdom, transforming the face of its land and giving Saudi a great deal of leverage with the international community. Interestingly, the origin of oil is connected to the theory of evolution. Oil is derived from ancient organic matter; the remains of creatures that have not survived the planet’s biological and geological changes.

Saudi Arabia did not only use petrodollars to fuel its rapid development. Vast amounts of the same money were also used to promote and spread the Saudi conservative interpretation of Islam, also known as Wahhabism. But most Saudis reject this term because they believe they are simply practicing Islam in its purest form, and also because they think the term has been used unfairly to slander their religion and their country.

Whether they agree with the term or not probably matters little now, because some of the ideas that originated in Saudi have in recent years come to shake the world.

Mater’s Evolution of Man brings to my mind the boom and bust economic cycle - but with a Saudi twist. The oil money used to build the Kingdom’s cities and modernise the infrastructure was not always used to develop minds or modernise their way of thinking. Allowing the conservatives to control education and media paved the way for the rise of some dangerous ideas, which eventually resulted in violence outside and inside the country, including attempts to bomb vital Saudi oil production facilities.

What I like about Mater’s use of X-rays is how they turn everything into bare-bone structures; you can go under the skin, explore the essence behind the facade. I also like how the piece is so full of energy; the sequence, the movement, the seamlessness, the lack of a starting or end point. All of this produces a lively interaction between the viewer and the artwork.

This richness, however, does not always manage to displace some of the dark thoughts that crossed my mind when I first saw the piece. True, I am cynical and pessimistic, but I think it goes beyond that; it comes from something within the work itself.

In our hungry world, greed is a sure way to an easy self-destruction. The constant desire for more is depleting whatever is left of our limited resources, not only the material ones but our emotional reserves as well. We spend a great deal of time acquiring everything we can get our hands on. To what end? During your lifetime on earth you can only consume so much. When death comes knocking at your door, such ‘consumer’ choices become meaningless. Do you get to choose how and when you die? Would it make any difference if you did?
You can choose how and when you die if you decide to kill yourself. Suicide is strongly prohibited by Islam but this, of course, does not stop some Muslims from killing themselves, which, although religiously frowned upon, is still a personal matter.

Except that sometimes it's not. That is, when a suicide results in the death of many others. It is tragic, but that’s the world we live in today. The communication revolution which many hoped would foster understanding between different peoples, religions and ideologies has also allowed extremists to spread their messages of hatred and violence far and wide. We can’t blame technology - it’s merely a tool that can be used for good in the same way it can be used for evil.

In the end, it’s up to us, the people. It’s up to every single one of us. We have the right to live peacefully, and that’s why it’s our duty to be responsible, not reckless. It should be our mission to build, not destroy. It’s time to take matters into our own hands and reclaim this right. We can no longer afford to live in constant, nagging fear.

So let us start changing. Let us make the right choices. Let us choose life over death, peace over conflict and hope over fear. Let us do it now.

Ahmed Al-Omran
Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
April 2010

Day 111 - Wherever you are - know I really love you. Wherever you've been --know I've been there too. Whatever you're doing when you need a friend call me, I'll be there just to listen to you.

Day 111 - Wherever you are - know I really love you. Wherever you've been --know I've been there too. Whatever you're doing when you need a friend call me, I'll be there just to listen to you.

(I know it's yellow and grainy, but my flash wouldn't go off =( )
Last night I lost my great aunt's wedding ring. I noticed it right as DV called me =/ I don't know what happened to it. I've been freaking out and on the verge of tears. But DV made it all better and made me laugh, smile and forget... Until I felt where the ring was supposed to be =/
I checked everywhere. I lost it after yesterday's photo (obviously). I checked all around the computer, the ground, the stairs, where I took the photo, everywhere. God, I can't find it. It's the only thing I have left of her. Well, anything physical. I need to have this because if I don't have that ring, I don't have her.
*sigh* DV gave me some ideas though last night when I started to freak out. He was so sweet and helpful. I appreciate it. He makes me feel really good when he calls ^_^ I like it when he calls ^_^
I hope that sometime soon I won't need that ring on all the time. I think that means that I'll be able to live without her 24/7. But it's still nice to have something of her. A piece of her memory.
I want to cry right now. Why can't I find it? I'm a horrible great-niece...

"There's something that I can't quite explain.
I'm so in love with you, you'll never take that away.
And if I've said a hundred times before, expect a thousand more.
(You'll never take that away).

Well, expect me to be calling you to see if you're ok when I'm not around.
Asking if you love me, I love the way you make it sound.
Calling you to see:
Do I try too hard to make you smile? To make us smile?

Well I will keep calling you to see:
If you're sleeping, are you're dreaming?
If you're dreaming, are you dreaming of me?
I can't actually

I thought that the world had lost its way (It's so hard sometimes)
Then I fell in love with you (then came you)
and you took that way (Its not so difficult. The world is not so difficult)

You take away the old, show me the new,
and I feel like I can fly when I stand next to you.
So while I'm on this phone, a hundred miles from home
I take the words you gave, and send them back to you.

I only want to see if you're ok when I'm not around.
Asking if you love me, I love the way you make it sound.
Calling you to see:
Do I try too hard to make you smile? To make us smile?

I will keep calling you to see:
If you're sleeping are you dreaming?
If you're dreaming, are you dreaming of me?
I can't actually"

("Calling You" by Blue October) I like Blue October ^^ Good band. Like, "Hate Me" is good.
Oh, and my mother was going to take me, my little sister and her boyfriend up to Lake George for my little sister's birthday, but it was at a water park. It's also a $700 trip for the weekend. She asked me if I was going to swim, but she knows how I feel about being in a bathing suit or swimming. She was trying to tell me, "there's no reason to be uncomfortable" and saying that her boyfriend is right when he says that. She doesn't get it. Me+bathing suit= bad idea. So she canceled it.

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