ari Wednesday, 05 December 2012 05:16 AM
you are absolutely right.well written
Thiranjala Wednesday, 05 December 2012 06:23 AM
We really require an attitudinal change. But, is that enough and adequate? I really do not believe. We also require structures of functioning, governance and administration that do justice to all people. If a section of the population is ill-treated and harassed, how can I expect the victims of injustice to believe that all of us are Lankans and all are one. We require robust policies and structures in place to initiate a just system with enough checks in place.
Preethika Wednesday, 05 December 2012 08:50 AM
Well written.Yes extremism is always dangerous.I am a proud Sinhalese Buddhist. According to fundamental Buddhism you need to treat everyone on equal terms irrespective of race ,religion or cast.Buddha acknowledged the democratic rule of Lichchavi's instead of the monarchy and so called Buddist leaders have conveniently forgotten those valuable lessons. We need a country everyone can live in peace and harmony to prosper and definitely an attitudinal change is need for the top.
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