Thursday, March 26, 2015
Rainin in Nugegoda, Sri Lanka
Rain is in progress here in Jubilee Post , Mirihana, Nugegoda, Sri Lanka. i do not know about the other part of the universe. This isn't a twitter message i know that whether it is raining or not 'the universe is moving ahead. we become older moment by moment. inevitable.
Tweeting is good, mostly to get 'the updated news' from near or dear ones around globe. but i know some tweet messages are not sweet but very and highly politicized. some tweets wander around globe 'not carrying pure intentions'
lets use tweets for a PEACEful reasons not for angerFULL reasons
Rain, it is yet a child. a fetus, it takes little bit more time to become mature, to come to the stage of cats and dogs, flowers or ice, calm or quite, useful or meaningful, that is the situation of rain in Nugegoda now.
By the way this isn't a weather report either. i am not good in reporting 'rain' or wind'
Thundering or lightening adds no shine to life, rarely yes, yet it is something inevitable.
often it adds a mood to unplug the electro units and stay 'mute' because it is unhealthy to use them in an environment like this.
This is not a message from a public health inspector of Nugegoda.
How about in Delhi, the rain situation, Dr. Nireka?
Hope you are not doing any research on 'rain in India'. i know that after submitting any report on time you become cool like rain : - )
let me guess. it is 'Raining Cricket' in India 'right'? : - ) and in Australia as well.
safe guard your roofs
i feel that it is very important to raise awareness on ' how to accept wins as well as the opposites' with regard to 'cricket'
it is no point sending a bouquet of flowers only when a team wins a match , share a cup of tea even when you face or experience the opposite.
SA's got bad mood these days, is my guess right? i can read them. But you hammer us in a little nasty way during the match between you and our team, that is no good you should know, i think?
You know what, some experts say we lost the match because Sri Lanka thought of changing the 'batting order' , what do you say Mr. S. Jayasooriya ?
Have you replied them? already, i guess.
The moment that Mr.Sangakkara left the ground it rained tears. some have watched him wet in rain of tears, accompanied him to the pavilion. What a sorrowful decision that was, honestly.
Mr. Mahela long waited to leave the ground without giving any chance any one to release any statements "Mahela, Stay". Perhaps, the pair is deaf these days ?
That is the nature of sports, not only in Cricket but also in chess or rugby. Retirement is compulsory but when you still got strength should serve the country.
let me take this opportunity to thank the two gentlemen for playing good cricket for the country, all those years, since you have started your carrier as a player.
Rainy days are not friendly for cricket but good for reading something very cool even hot, why not
one's place of birth, place of residence such things are not always important. What is important is that where you reside within.
I had to take an interval due to heavy thundering. now i do not hear any sound of rain but some sounds of vehicles, and the TV of next door is tuned.
our TV and our Radio mostly untuned, has retired and free lancing these days depending on the needs of seldom visitors (our mother). NO! this has nothing to with the rain but i guess sometimes you get chances to hear or watch 'weather reports'. that doesn't mean i miss the weather forecasts these days.
Often i wonder whether i am listening to any 'weather forecasts' specially because of the topic some lyricists chose to discuss, the songs that we hear all the time via fm channeling.
Sulanga wage awidin
wessa numba wage
oba themei kiya bayai
akalata wata maha warusawakse
bindu bindu mal wesse
During rain you cannot fly kites, that is good. perhaps good to make a kite to fly after rain, only if you are interested in doing so.
But it is good to know whether it is raining in the KITES island of the country.but after a good rain you feel like flowers are blooming within
sakura mal pipila hari pudumai ge dorakada
sepalika mal bimata behala awidinna yana welawai
numba apal (apple) malak waage lassana wasantha kaale
pinna male ruwa eanna gihinwada muna pura mal pipila
i am wondering whether our artists can discuss something fresh, about the things that others rarely discuss, other than 'discussing environment' , facets of nature, all the time, through the melodies they compose, the words they weave, through the voices they inherit.
I watched 'before the rains' ( a Santosh Sivan film) about couple of weeks ago. The rain sometimes witnesses things , incidents of our historical pasts. sometimes the rain washes away the sins of our lives. The movie discusses something similar as well other than discussing a page of the book of history of India, before independent
The rain sometimes brings democratic or patriotic visions to our lives. sometimes it allows the buried things to come to surface, or play the role of the opposite, meaning the rain often hides things.
Rain of India belongs to India but the things that they cultivate belongs to entire universe. The rains that rain in SA ( South Africa) belongs to SA but the cricket they play is a global inheritance'
The rain that floods in to the hearts and minds of the people of Sri Lanka is belongs to them, but the poetry that the Sri Lankans write belongs to the entire universe.
That is why it is important to weigh or scale what you cultivate within , what you write, what you grow within because nothing of such is personal.
have a cool a night !