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Talent – Dilini Aththanayaka Photography – P a s a n Senavirathne Our FB profile – https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100010598344810 This copyrighted materials own by the photographer. Distribution, editing and display without owners permission is prohibited. Do Not use without the express written consent of the copyright holder This amazing guest post was written by Dr. Andreia Horta, ND and Dr. Emily Lipinski, ND, founders of Infusion Health! You can check out their website here!Have you felt hurt or betrayed? Have you ever been so bitter and upset towards a situation or person…

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This Autistic Girl’s Rendition Of ‘Hallelujah’ Will Give You Chills!

A 10-year-old autistic girl’s chilling rendition of Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah has struck a chord with thousands of listeners around the world. According to the BBC, the girl – named Kaylee Rodgers – suffers from autism and ADHD. Normally, according to staff at Killard House School in Northern Ireland, Kaylee – who has difficulty with math and literacy – is very shy. But when she gets on stage, as principal Colin Millar puts it, “she just opens up.”

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After Watching THIS Video You’ll Have No Excuse for The Rest of Your Life to Be Stressed EVER AGAIN!

Through our everyday life we get stressed, angry, sad, sometimes we even feel like the whole world is against us, just because a thing or two don’t go our way. The work, the interactions with people, the everyday chores, the traffic… they are nothing compared to the grander scheme of things which conspired to create you. And if you start thinking about your true origins, and who, what you REALLY are you get an answer that is far more magnificent than you can grasp. And you realize that there is…

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6 Amazing Black Pepper Essential Oil Uses You Need To Know!

David Wolfe) There’s a pretty good chance you’ve used black pepper before. But what about black pepper essential oil? Research has shown that black pepper essential oil has numerous health benefits, including anticancer properties. Check out these six amazing benefits of black pepper essential oil: 1. It Exhibits Anti-cancer Activity According to a study conducted at Michigan State University, black pepper oil contains anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, and anti-cancer activities. The study found that the compounds derived from black pepper suppressed human cancer cell proliferation. Peperine is considered to be the most…

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Stephen Hawking’s Beautiful Message For Anyone With Depression

Stephen Hawking has one of the greatest minds of our time. He is well known for his work in theoretical physics, and was born on January 8, 1942, (300 years after the death of Galileo) in Oxford, England. As a young child, he wanted to study mathematics, but once he began college, he studied Natural Sciences. Then, during his first year in Cambridge at the age of 21, Hawking began to have symptoms of ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis). Doctors gave him two and a half years to live. Now, at…

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This ink blot test will reveal who you really are

Bright Side) Sigmund Freud, as well as his successors, have always argued that the associations created by images provide a direct window onto the inner workings of our mind. The following short test will reveal what is really important to you in life deep down and help determine your emotional state of mind. It may look simple, but the results will surprise you! This post was republished from: brightside.me. You can find the original post here.

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Which Of Your Friends Is An Emotional Vampire?

– By Claire Coleman for The Mail on Sunday Selfish, controlling, paranoid – and they’ll drain the life out of you You’d probably describe the majority of your friends as kind and supportive people who make you feel happy. But if you’re anything like the rest of us, you’ll also have a few you might call friends, but actually make you feel quite the opposite. You can’t necessarily spell out why, but somehow you always come away from their company feeling anxious, paranoid or as if you’ve given a lot…

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Science proves salt lamps help people with anxiety. Here’s how

Ever heard of a Himalayan salt lamp? In a world overrun with stress and anxiety, these uncomplicated, natural household objects are making in impact on society in a big way. Everything around us emits ions, both positive and negative. Do you notice how being outdoors or camping can give you more energy and make you feel rejuvenated? That’s because there are no positive ions, which are emitted by the vast amounts of technology surrounding us, like our cellphones, laptops, and televisions. These ions cause trauma and chemical imbalances in our…

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Here’s How to Cure Your Toothache in LITERALLY Seconds

Regardless of how well you take care of your pearly whites, someday they are going to end up causing a pain so severe that you will be willing to try just about anything to take the edge off. These quick and natural toothache remedies will help you send that tooth pain packing! You Might Also Like 8 Steps to Towards Non-Attachment How a 22-Year-Old Girl Became a Millionaire In 30 Days The Aussie Method Diabetes Breakthrough That Will Leave Companies Bankrupt The ICTM Are You An Earth Angel? Here are…

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What It Means When a Narcissist Says “I Love You”

I love the power I have to take advantage of your kindness and intentions to be nice, and the pleasure I derive when I make myself feel huge in comparison to you, taking every opportunity to make you feel small and insignificant. I love the feeling it gives me thinking of you as weak, vulnerable, emotionally fluffy, and I love looking down on you for your childlike innocence and gullibility, as weakness. I love the way I feel knowing that, through the use of gaslighting, what you want to discuss…

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The dragon laughs

Time was when Sri Lankans thought they were blessed with more grey matter than their Chinese counterparts. Their superiority complex is evident in a popular local expression which they still habitually use on being told a tall tale: konde bendapu cheennunta kiyapan— ‘go tell it to the Chinese with chignons’. But, today, the Chinese sans chignons, smartly dressed in western attire, have turned the tables on Sri Lankans who think no end of themselves and have underestimated the power of Confucianism. India, which gave a RAW deal to President Mahinda…

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No Electric Chair at the ICC: Prosecutor Maria & Judge Sebutinde

We got a rare opportunity to visit the International Criminal Court in The Hague. Much talked about in Sri Lanka and oh that famous electric chair. It looked like the security chaps were expecting our group though there were no criminals and politicians among us, only journalists and diplomats. We received a warm welcome and I enjoyed a mint tea at the ICC cafe. Of course the International Criminal Court did not look like the courts in Sri Lanka. It was squeaky clean and nice. I got the opportunity to…

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Africa – no more the ‘Ailing Giant’

But extreme impoverishment is not the lot of many of Africa’s countries, including Ethiopea itself. Some of these countries could be easily categorized as emerging economies on account of their growth. Sections of rural Africa are experiencing a dynamism never seen before and if strong redistributive justice measures are put in place by the governments concerned, Africa would soon match South East Asia, for example, in economic development. At a casual glance, current political and socio-economic developments on the African continent may seem to correspond to the mainly Western stereotypical…

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Lenin’s revolution was 99 years ago Bringing Leninist concepts up to date

It is not usual to write up someone’s 99-th birthday – last week I spoke of the LSSP’s 81-st, an even odder number – but the world is standing so much on its head that it’s ok in both cases. There is another reason for reviewing Lenin at this time, an essay that Ringa Ranga Raja, who keeps me posted with thoughtfully selected material, brought to my attention. I have met RRR only once with my late neighbour Silan, or was it twice, the two of them could hardly stand,…

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Young Sri Lankan artist grabs the winning spot in Australian competition

Dilara Niriella, a young Sri Lankan born artist from Sydney, achieved national recognition in Australia when she was chosen as the winner of the Young- Archie art competition this year. Dilara painted a portrait of her father Dr Dasmin Anupa Niriella in keeping with the theme of the competition where the entrants were required to submit a painting of the person who is the greatest influence in their lives. This painting was chosen as the winning artwork from over 2500 entries. Entries were judged on merit and originality by leading…

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Ceylon Planters Society

I joined the Ceylon Planters’ Society ( CPS) in 1945. F. O. Sprinks was Chairman at the time. I served the CPS till I retired in 1988. Let me record here how and why the CPS was formed. It was common ‘practice’, if I could call it that, that planters were dismissed with no reason adduced for such drastic action. In the period before 1936, those who came out here, were all expatriates, Scots, Irish, English, all of them. If the proprietors, who were also British, thought the planters did…

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A good American and Hague’s Humanity House

During my tour to The Hague I had an opportunity to go to the World Forum to the Assembly of State Parties. We attended several meetings, met some interesting and boring people. There was a meeting of the NGOs we attended. Some spoke well and some where there for the perks and benefits I realised. I asked them what they will do about the atrocities committed by the United States in Iraq and Afghanistan. The man from Amnesty International tried to answer, but he wasn’t convincing. He was in his…

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Preparing for the future by looking back

In 2016 in Sri Lanka , we still have to appreciate this fact. The colonial experience robbed us of that precious organic matter, leaving plantations that cling to the subsoil and yield only with artificial fertilizer that we have to import. But, today a new threat has sprung up. Irresponsible land use decisions, sanctioned by the officials concerned, are rooting out the tea plants that gave some stability to the degraded mountains and replacing it with annual vegetable cultivation that bleeds away the remnant bits and poisons our water sources….

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South African challenge exciting, says fit again Angelo

by Rex Clementine The national cricket team will take wing to South Africa tonight, on a tour that will last exactly two months. Sri Lanka play their final game of the tour on the 10th of February at Centurion. Captain Angelo Mathews, who missed the Zimbabwe tour due to a calf injury, has recovered and looks fitter and slimmer. “It has been a great few months to be honest. Very refreshing. I worked extremely hard on my fitness,” Mathews told ‘The Island’ after the team’s last training session yesterday. “We…

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