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How does one relate to the word ‘Harmony’? It is a word that is used across spheres; to describe peace within oneself and one’s outer world, fellowship within communities and also to describe anything that is perfect in its alignment. We say perfect harmony of sound, when listening to an orchestra when all the musical instruments are being played in perfect synchronisation. We also admire paintings and we say the colours blend harmoniously on the canvass. All human beings are nothing but paintings in the making in this canvass of planet earth, where our lives are inter connected with fellow inhabitants – humans, plants and animals. Through this new page dedicated to Harmony in all its forms, compiled by Suryamithra Vishwa in coordination with the Daily FT/Weekend FT and the Earth Life Water Knowledge Trails Lanka initiative, we aspire to promote every kind of knowing that is educative, wise, compassionate and contemplative. The objective is to create harmonious reality. We wish you happy reading.

 

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