I try to lead a life of love. I have much love to give and feel things deeply. I have spent the last few years learning who I am and what I want in life. I have loved and lost and loved again. I have been strong enough to weather everything life has thrown at me thus far and I know I will survive the rest. This blog has been my teacher and has kept me sane through the worst of times. You, my readers give me a reason to keep writing. Thank you for visiting my blog and I hope you will stop by again. Much love..




24 Comments Add yours

  1. i’d love to go to sri lanka and newaland one day!!! not too familiar with their foods though!

    1. Thanks for stopping by… I would say both countries are definitely worth visiting and not just for the food. I do hope you get the opportunity…

  2. H C says:

    Good attempt, keep going……

  3. reneeboomer says:

    Thank you for visiting my blog and following. Have a great day. Renee 🙂

  4. LL says:

    I came here following the link on another blog (http://sevenby3.blogspot.com/2012/12/this-is-my-mate-sandamalis-blog.html)
    Read all of your old posts and I have to say I really like your writing style.
    Keep up the good work 🙂

    1. Hi LL,
      Thanks for visiting my blog. I am glad you enjoyed reading what I have written. Hope you will be a regular visitor. Are you acquainted with JD whose blog you got my link from?


      1. LL says:

        Nope. I just follow it since he posts cool architecture pics. I’m a transplant(to US) like you all though it has only been 7 years. Added your blog to my rss reader.

      2. I try to post once a week. Hope to hear from you again:)

  5. Thanks for checking out my blog! Good luck on the discovery. I hope it’s a fascinating ride!

  6. Hi,
    thank you for choosing to follow http://www.postsofhypnoticsuggestion.wordpress.com. I really like this blog, you’re dealing with some important issues here, so I thought I’d return the compliment and am now following you too.
    Wishing you all the best

  7. trendyhammer says:

    Thank You SO MUCH for ‘Following’ my Blog, MUCH Appreciated. :).

    I am DELIGHTED to tell you that I am now ‘Following’ your Blog too. :).

    I too, am a Food lover & I am soon to be going to College, where I am looking to study Psychology. :).

    1. You are very welcome:). I look forward to reading more of your blog. All the very best with College. I would love to take a few Psychology papers. That is a cool subject to study.

  8. Emma Polette says:

    Hi! I’ve nominated you for a “Very Inspiring Blogger” award. Check it out at:http://wp.me/p2X8K3-CN

    1. Hi Emma,
      Wow!. Thank you. My very first nomination. I am honoured:)


      1. Emma Polette says:

        It was mine too. It feels great doesn’t it!? x

  9. LS says:

    I have long searched for the translation of the song Sasara Siri Sarana Thek Oba Mage Oba Mage – so glad to have reconciled with it. I

    1. I am glad to have played a part in it:). I had some help from this YouTube clip….

      Our language has so much depth, sometimes these translations are a real challenge….

  10. LS says:

    Such a deep & meaningful song. I m honoured to have been brought to this site. Thank u.

  11. LS says:

    Thank You 🙂

  12. Hi friend, I have nominated you for the WordPress Family Award. Please check this out.

  13. DogDharma says:

    Thank you for visiting my blog. Years ago, I had a friend who was from Sri Lanka who taught English as a second language in a US university. I’ve done a lot of reading about Theravada Buddhism, and Buddhism in general, hence part of the reason behind the name of my blog. I imagine the cultural differences between Sri Lanka and New Zealand are immense. I lived in England for a while, and unexpectedly, the differences between the US and the UK are also immense!

    1. Thank you for the return visit. I has just finished updating my “About” page when your comment popped up. You were the last person to read old version:). I really appreciated the wisdom you display in your writings and it makes sense from what you have said about your exposure to Buddhism. I took a couple of papers in Anthropology last year and that’s when realised how blind we are when it comes to other cultures, so yes, I appreciate the differences between the US and UK. I hope you visit again..

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