On your feet, wounded soldier
Pyjama-clad, on crutches, others on wheelchairs and still others in groups playing carrom or draughts or just chatting – all of them injured soldiers in various stages of rehabilitation. Despite their injuries there is an air of relaxed camaraderie at Ranaviru Sevana, the spacious main rehabilitation centre of the Sri Lanka Army at Ragama, where battle scarred soldiers are cared for and rehabilitated.
A word in season

Only last week, as a Family Counsellor, I was with a couple who’ve been married for a mere 1 ½ years and found that the only thing they have in common to talk about, is their baby. Consequently, he goes out as much as possible and she feels neglected and hurt.

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