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Club Service

Mithuru Sulanga (මිතුරු සුළ​ඟ)

“The fellowship of true friends who can hear you out, share your joys, help carry your burdens, and correctly counsel you is priceless.”

The definition of “Mithuru Sulanga” is mainly comprise with friendship, fellowship and entertainment.

Friendships can enrich your life in many ways. Good friends teach you about yourself and challenge you to be better. They encourage you to keep going when times get tough and celebrate your successes with you.

But friends do a lot more than give you a shoulder to cry on; they also have a positive impact on your health. Some research even says friendships are just as important to your well-being as eating right and exercising.

Well, how these kinds of friendships can build?

Mainly it’s from school or university or any other institute.

As most of us from university, we know that university is a great platform to build friendships. But we all were in a virtual environment for the past 2 years. The newbies of university have no idea about the physical existence about the zoom profile pictures because zoom has no ability to give feelings and emotions. That’s the main difference between physical gatherings and virtual gatherings.

Music is the language of the spirit. It opens the secret of life bringing peace, abolishing strife.

-Kahlil Gibran

Listening to your favorite music may have more health benefits than you realize. Virtual environment for a life is so stressful as we all know. Without seeing each other, without enjoying it’s too difficult to reduce the stress.

Across time and space, music has had tremendous success as a tool for stress relief. While some types of music such as classical and ambient have long been studied for their calming effects, listening to your personal favorite music of any genre also has benefits.

Thanks for all the support to combine music and friendship to feel more better in lives through Mithuru Sulanga.

Penned by :

Kavinda Senarathne

Club Service

Nagenahirata Negam (නැගෙනහිරට නෑගම්)

Cultural differences should not separate us from each other, but rather cultural diversity brings a collective strength that can benefit all of humanity.”

-Robert Alan

It’s a project with a different facet, different scope, different fun, and a different attitude.

Project ‘Neganahirata Negam’ is a brand-new joint project of Rotaract Club of Alumni of University of Moratuwa and Rotaract Club of Trincomalee that brought a novel experience to Rotaractors from both clubs through a fellowship visit to Trincomalee. The project was initiated as per an idea that came across from the Club Service team of Rotaract Alumni Mora and thereby came to life with all the collaborative planning with our fellow Rotaractors from
Rotaract Club of Trincomalee.

The first day of the visit is for Joint General Meeting and Food exchange session. This was the first physical Joint General Meeting of the year. I’m so glad to have it at this level. The most important part is their hospitality to us. Their support became a great factor in the success of the projects.

The food exchange session that was also conducted during the day added a splash of excitement for all Rotaractors. The excitement did not just stop there as we were guided by our fellow friends from Rotaract Club for Trincomalee
to visit famous places in the area; Koneshwaram Kovil, Nilawalee Beach, and Hot water springs in Kinniya.

Nagenahirata Nagam was a combination of service with fellowship and most importantly a milestone with a great bond of friendships

Penned by :

Kavinda Senarathne