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How we keep our bonds strong?

September 6, 2009

When we live in the modern society, we should make bonds with the other people of the society. So we live together with them. We should understand them, we should work sharing and caring, we should live love and affection, and we should pay our kindness to others. If we live like this we can make strong bonds with the others of our society.

Now I am free……..

January 28, 2009

Now I am free. Because I faced my GCE Ordinary Level Examination. Nowadays I am working with ruhunulanka foundation. And also I am following computer course about Graphic Design.

The Life of A Journalist.

May 10, 2008


The life of journalist is very interesting. He does not wait for news to reach him, instead he runs out looking for news. Sometimes, when he runs for news, his life falls into danger.

A journalist tries to bring first hand news, such as unexpected news of a plane crash, a bomb explosion or an earthquake. He wants to make these as headlines in his newspaper.
Crime is another area which creates news and stirs everybody. Crimes such as murder, burglary, child abuse and sale of drugs capture the eye of the news reporter. He also runs into war-tam areas to give us first hand news. These areas probably push his life into danger.

A journalist also covers events of popular interest, such as sports, fashions and leisure. He also pays attention to social issues such as schooling, housing, and poverty. A journalist also covers routine events such as the arrival of a distinguished person or a holding of a special function.

A good journalist must have a responsibility of expressing his news items accurately and impartially. If anyone wants to be a good journalist he must have a good education and a wide knowledge in different subjects. He also must be curios and get on well to gather information from the public. Finally he must enjoy his writings and should work at any times of the day or night.                 


Sports and Games.

May 3, 2008


Sports and Games are very important to human beings. We must start doing sports and games from our early childhood. The most important point is to develop both body and mind by giving them exercise. Sports and games make our bodies strong and healthy. Thus in turn they help to keep our minds healthy too. Games such as cricket, volleyball, netball, football, and tennis give practice in making our eyes, brain, and muscles work together.

Sports and games help us to build our characters. Playing a game like cricket we need unity, if not the spirit of the team is destroyed. To develop this spirit we need qualities such as patience, courage and a sense of responsibility. All these qualities together prepare us to live as good citizen in the future.

In sports we also get an opportunity to share experiences with participants from other countries. This is one of the objectives of modern Olympic Games. They also provide and opportunity to bring the nations of the world together every four years.

Finally I can say that sports and games are help to build our personality.



April 19, 2008


The word Tsunami comes from the Japanese tsu (harbor) and nami (wave), and it refers to tidal waves formed by underwater earthquakes, landslides, volcanic eruptions, explosions, and even the impact of cosmic bodies, such as meteorites.

Can you imagine that they can be faster than 400 miles per hours in the deep ocean? Although Tsunamis are called tidal waves, this is really not correct, as tides have nothing to do with them though the damage may be worse if a Tsunami hits at high tide. They are formed in deep water and may only be inches or a few feet high. But when it reaches a shoreline it becomes a wall of water that can be a mile high. The Japanese name was adopted because almost 80 percent of all Tsunami occur in the Pacific Ocean and Japan has suffered many, some coming from as away as South America.

Since 1990, there have been 82 Tsunamis, out of which 10 have claimed more than 4,000 lives. Tsunamis can savagely attack coastlines, causing devastating properly damage and loss of life.

According to researchers, there is a significant rise both in numbers of waves and in death tolls over the century. Up until now the average per decade has been 57. the increase in Tsunamis reported is due to improved global communications, the high death are partly due to the increase of people living in coastal areas.

One of the worst Tsunami disasters affected to Sri Lanka in 26th of December 2004.   


The Importance of English.

April 5, 2008

 English is an international language. There are many languages in the world where English is the foremost of them all. It is understood and spoken almost everywhere in the world. English has become the key instrument of globalization. What is paramount today is knowing how to use the English language rather than just knowing it.

English is the only language that the German, the Chinese, the Japanese & Russians are keen to learn although their mother languages are developed as English. Now almost all the universities are conducting scientific studies through English medium.

The English language is used all over the globe for transaction of international trade. To all in Sri Lanka too a good knowledge of English is essential for the advancement of knowledge & to further our studies. It is almost indispensable for higher scientific and technological studies. 

Wesak day

March 30, 2008


Wesak festival is the most important festival for Buddhist, because the Lord Buddha’s enlightenment was celebrated on this day. Wesakday falls on month of May.

On this day we observe sil and we go to the pilgrimages. Wesak is celebrated by people in all over the world. People go to temple and offer flower to Lord Buddha. We are very happy on this day, because the children make the beautiful wesak lanterns and light oil lamps. People decorate their houses with those things. On this season we can see our country is very beautiful with pandals, wesak lantern and colorful bulbs.

In the wesak season we organize the wesak lanterns competition. We can present them. The most beautiful wesak lantern wins. On this day children get holiday. This day we decorate our school with tissue papers, lanterns, printed papers. We spend this wesak poya day very usefully.                        

Sinharaja Rainforest.

March 22, 2008




The sinharaja rainforest is most important forest in Sri Lanka. It is about 9000 hectares In extent. Over 60% of the tree species are found only in Sinharaja rainforest. Many of the plants are very rare.The sinharaja rainforest is the largest rainforest reserve in Sri Lanka. In 1989 UNESCO included this forest in the world heritage list, as the National Heritage of Sri Lanka.There are many rare animals, birds, butterflies, insects, reptiles and trees. These are very valuable things for the people. Sinharaja provides a habitat for animals. And also Sinharaja has beautiful waterfalls, hills, hills, flowers and rocks. Studied have recorded 147 species of birds in sinharaja.The average height of trees in the sinharaja veries between 35 to 40 meters. Some trees are above 50 meters.The sinharaja rain forest is a valuable source of people. So we must protect this as our eyes.

The Importance of Water.

March 15, 2008


The water is the most importance resource for all the human beings, animals, and trees. We can’t live without water. If there is no water, people, animals and will die.
We can get water from rivers, tanks, wells, and rain. Trees are help to us for get water. Water is a natural resource. Because, we protect water like our lives. Sri Lanka is lucky share with other countries. Because our country have lot of water. Sri Lanka called the pearl of Indian Ocean.

The water is very useful. Why  do we need water? We need water  for drinking, cooking, cultivating, washing, cleaning, bathing, transporting, farming, living and electricity. Now we can understand the value of water.
We should pay greater attention for preserving water. We should stop water wastage. To stop water wastage, we must manage water well. To protect water we use water carefully.