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April 2011

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I am on a new adventure and I would like to share this journey with you too! As I enjoy a beautiful spring afternoon in London, I am only a few days away from attending the first workshop in a doctoral program in Organizational Change offered by Ashridge School of Business. Its been almost two years since I finished the MSc in Responsibility and Business Practices from University of Bath, and I am ready to learn formally once again. I would like to create a space where I share this learning journey with

On the 14th of April, we celebrated Sinhala and Tamil New Year in Sri Lanka. It is a time when families and communities get together to celebrate the dawn of the New Year and engage in many traditional rituals and ceremonies, of observing auspicious times for lighting the fire, cooking kiri bath (milk rice, normally made for all important celebrations), eating, exchanging gifts, and visiting family and friends. Growing up, my family did not observe all the traditional rituals as most other Sri Lankan families, though we would go and visit

Its cricket fever, and normally I am not an ardent cricket fan, but if that were true today, I would be the only person in Sri Lanka who would have been immune to it. Its no secret that I do not go out of my way to watch cricket. When I have occasioned to watch it, I have enjoyed the exciting parts, but have never been able to sit for a whole day in front of a TV watching it ball by ball. Having said that I did watch the 1996