The fact about life is that outside influences affect our energy state, while positive energy is absolutely contagious, negative energy is more infectious and if people are in bad spirits and in a negative state of mind, they are more likely to remain in this state. After the war ended in 2009 ‘negative peace’ had prevailed in northeast of Sri Lanka, when the present government was formed after the 2015 parliamentary election saw this State negativity vortex crumble. This gave some comfort for the Sri Lankan Tamils, who suffered most by the ethnic conflict. Now opportunity is presented to them to rid of the vortex caused by the state once and for all, by voting for the right candidate to be the next president of Sri Lanka. For the minorities in Sri Lanka the only right candidate is fielded by New Democratic Front (NDF) an alliance of 50 over democratic forces. The candidate Sajith Premadasa with Swan symbol has a close battle ahead. Every adult citizen in Sri Lanka is given equal right of being eligible to vote on 16 November and all Tamils must honor that right and vote for Sajith.
The Sri Lankan Tamils have been forced into a negative environment for many decades, being sucked into a vortex of negativity caused by the state to crumble their well knit society as the result it has made the whole country poorer. Yet the Tamils too have to be blamed for this state of affairs, In particular the Tamils of North East has therefore the need to turn their negative energy into something positive. For many have felt the underlying tension and collective unhappiness continuing in the negative peace decade after the war was brought to finish in 2009 and as a disadvantaged group of people are soaked in negative energy. Unfortunately the rulers dominated by the majority disregard it and continued with their non-holistic rule; causing more cycles of negativity on nearly every citizen everywhere in the country, to sink the country without hopes of prosperity.
The fact about life is that outside influences affect our energy state, while positive energy is absolutely contagious, negative energy is more infectious and if people are in bad spirits and in a negative state of mind, they are more likely to remain in this state. Feelings of anxiety and depression have been the most two commonly reported symptoms in the northern people who lived through the civil-war is a force of negative energy that needs to be addressed. The Tamils in Sri Lanka have been maintained in this negative environment many decades past, being sucked into a vortex of negativity to crumble their society to make the whole country poorer. Perhaps the most unfortunate effects of being in a negative cycle during the the past decade resulted in them getting isolated from the rest has prevented other communities to reciprocate their feelings, as difficult as it may be. The Tamils too are to be blamed for this state of affairs and in particular the Tamils of North East must heed to the advise of the peace activist madam Yoko Ono and turn their negative energy into something positive, sooner it is done the better.
For many Tamils have felt the underlying tension and collective unhappiness caused by the negative peace decade that followed after the war was brought to finish in 2009 and are still as a group of people soaked in negative energy. It is reflected by they being very critical of their sole representatives in parliament, the Tamil National Alliance (TNA). More so because the rulers had disregard the feelings of the Tamils and continued to agonize them with their non-holistic rule; with the cycle of negativity continuing to spread on nearly every citizen elsewhere in the country. Fortunately, the NDF presidential candidate Sajith has realized this and has cleared this negative energy by not allowing his environment or other circumstances to dictate his frame of mind and it is well reflected in his manifesto released this week.
As Sajith’s Presidential Election gathers momentum, Tamils are optimistic that given the opportunity, he will deliver what most ordinary people in the country expect from their rulers; first they want better economic prospects for themselves and their families and second they want security to live in peace without harm befalling them. With that said, it is time all communities in Sri Lanka to clear away their negative energy accumulated over many decades, by making an effort to counteract the effects of this negativity to take the country forward. Further it is encouraging to note that TNA intends to recommend to its vote bloc of Tamils to support Sajith by voting him in on 16 November to become the youngest President of Sri Lanka to serve the population with a holistic rule.