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Why Are We Ecologists? by Pablo Martinez de Anguita

The last two posts addressed the problem of “nature deficit disorder” and how participation in outdoor education and nature activities can facilitate an interest and appreciation for God’s creation. 1,076 more words


Walking a Mile With Another

How often are we quick to judge someone who we see as disagreeable, strongly opinionated or assertive? Feeling our own sense of pride offended, and leaving indignant we frequently proceed to telling others or instead harbor that annoyance within.

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Creeping Self--Determination? Tamil Extremism gets a Boost from Modi

Izeth Hussain, courtesy of The Island, 28 March 2015, where the title reads “Wiggie’s Thunderbolt and 13A- not + as solution”

  This article is really in continuation of my article, “After the Modi visit,” which appeared in… 1,698 more words

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A Critical Review of Devolution Issues in Sri Lanka and India

Neville Laduwahetty, courtesy of The Island, March 2015

The Island Editorial of March 16, 2015 quotes Northern Province Chief Minister C. V. Wigneswaran as having stated as follows during Prime Minister Modi’s visit to Jaffna: “Thirteenth Amendment can never be the final solution. 2,088 more words

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Let us ALL hail King Sangakkara" -- A British Reporter

Stephen Brenkley in The Independent 16 March 2015, with the title Kumar Sangakkara: Why all should kneel before king Kumar…”

Towards the end of his great speech at Lord’s four years ago, Kumar Sangakkara offered an inkling of what drives him. 1,551 more words

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Sangakkara in Superlatives: Beyond the Boundary

Michael Roberts, courtesy of Colombo Telegraph, 13 March 2015 – where there may be blog comments eventually: see https://www.colombotelegraph.com/index.php/superlatives-for-sangakkara/

Kumar Sangakkara has rightfully received measured accolades as well as superlative praise… 937 more words

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Sangakkara’s Run-Out Madness! A Reformation Required

 Michael Roberts, courtesy of Island Cricket on 3rd March 2015…. where the early bloggers were aroused and up in arms. Different images (mostly) are deployed in this version while a Bibliography and EndNotes embellish the work. 1,535 more words

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