From humble homes to highway

The hullabaloo that greeted the opening of the E01 in late 2011 may have been somewhat out of proportion to what one might expect a mere expressway would warrant – but while they’re common enough elsewhere, this was a first for Sri Lanka.


Can we turn our backs on complex religious beliefs?

Now that the Galle Festival has come and gone and readers and the literary luminaries have gone to their respective homes, some readers might be interested in the comment I made on Richard Dawkins in an endnote in my book The Awakened Ones: Phenomenology of Visionary Experience (Columbia University Press, 2012, note 20, p. 478).

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