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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. 1,533 more words

Life Stories

Bridging the Chasm Between a Two Dimensional Existence to a Three Dimensional Life by Sandy Harem

In our last post (Nature Deficit Disorder and Stewardship: Crisis in Creation), the problem of nature deficit and exercise deficit disorders and their relationship to a lack of a stewardship ethic was discussed concluding with the notion that faith based outdoor education can be viewed as a solution. 1,072 more words


Ask Affaircare: Who Should I Talk To About This?

The Ask Affaircare Series started because our readers have questions. About Affairs. Reconciling. Marriage. Divorce. Christianity. The Bible. And God.  Initially, we tried to answer each question through e-mail, but we quickly realized that there were many people asking many similar questions, so we started this weekly series! 1,101 more words


Project BEAP: Dr. Young and Strathmore Rotary forge a Major ‘Runway’ of Medical Relief in Lanka

Dr. David A. Young an orthopaedic surgeon in Melbourne is a household name among Sri Lankan cricketers because of the repair work he has done on so many of their players, both well-known and lesser known. 300 more words

Sinhala-Tamil Relations

Sri Lanka's New Government & Its 100-day Programme: Thoughts from Perera and Balanathan - A Sinhalese and A Tamil

ONE: Jehan Perera,Teamwork and Measured Approach to meet Challenge of 00-day Programme,” 28 January 2015

The government is proceeding with its 100 Day programmme that President Maithripala Sirisena presented as part of his election manifesto.  3,696 more words

Sinhala-Tamil Relations

[Video] Success Doesn't Mean Reconciliation

After an action packed morning, reading several current ‘in the media’ articles about family estrangement, I felt inspired to talk about ‘estrangement success’

I don’t share many of the views presented in the articles, however, think its relevant to consider them anyway. 65 more words

Fiona McColl

The Great Exhale: Finding Hope in the Midst of Conflict

On occasion, I have served as a mediator in a dispute between two family members. While the mediation may involve a financial or other dispute, the parties typically acknowledge that the conflict is not about the money. 455 more words