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The gardens in Lunuganga estate are breathtakingly beautiful, vistas of water, trees, granite sculptures, stone work, rolling lawns, nooks and crannies of shade and light capture your senses as you walk in. It was here that I, along with other fellow students of Anoma Wijewardene's art class settled in for the day to draw, sketch, paint, photograph, walk, and muse to our hearts content. Lunuganga estate, located in the south of Sri Lanka, is the home and experimental lab of the renowned Sri Lankan Architect Geoffrey Bawa. His work was known

"All gardening is personal. Don’t try gardening the whole organization. Tend to people and situations one at a time and spend time meeting them where they are. They are part of the ecosystem you need to understand." "Gardening should feel like flow. If it feels like you’re pushing a boulder in a swamp, then you’re trying to do Nature’s role. If it feels like work – stop, breathe out, give up on the result and go back to Sensing. It takes a lot of trust to give up, but your role

Almost 200 years ago, Thomas Newcomen built the world’s first commercially successful steam engine in order to pump water out of deep coal mines. In the process, he handed humanity the keys to the Earth’s fossil-fuel resources, an event which, in turn, helped fuel the Industrial Revolution. Ever since that moment, the natural world has been in retreat, equally undervalued by economists, accountants, engineers and politicians. Now, however, a new revolution is under way. Once again, it is ignited by resource constraints, but this time a small group of innovative

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