(By: Dharmasiri Lankapeli, NSSP, Sri Lanka. A paper contribution distributed during the 2nd Asian global justice School of the IIRE-Manila, August 2 to 21, 2010)
First of all the NSSP would like to make this an opportunity to express our sincere thanks to IIRE for inviting us to take part in this seminar called "Facing the Global Challenges of the Ecological crisis: Defining Alternatives."
All of us may know that all living beings including nature’s highest creation - the man, are part of nature.
If I’m to talk about Working of Nature the whole scenario of it is as following:
We find the various major planets - the Sun, Moon and stars and the whole galaxies
We find the outer space- which we call air or atmosphere.
Then we find the plants living in a very symbiotic way - Big trees, Medium size trees, Plant bushes, various types of grasses.
Then we find the living beings - Birds of the air, Creeping animals, All insects, Men, Micro- organism.
Then we get rains, in relation to our countries we get both monsoons.