With a strong background in land preservation and appreciation for the arts through community involvement, de Soysa hopes his words convey the value of preservation of our ecosystem for the sake of all life.
COLOMBO, Sri Lanka (PRWEB) September 30, 2019
In the midst of the environmental crisis our world is facing, “Slow-Cooked Thoughts: Articles, Talks, Essays, One Old Poem, and Two Tales” reflects on de Soysa’s thoughts on the planet and all the beauty it has to offer. A book that takes you into a positive mindset with every page, the topics of this book offer deep discussions on powerful subjects such as health care throughout the ages and various religious outlooks.
Focused on bringing attention to the issues affecting the environment today, de Soysa provides his ideas regarding ways humans can reduce consumption to create a more sustainable future. With a strong background in land preservation and appreciation for the arts through community involvement, de Soysa hopes his words convey the value of preservation of our ecosystem for the sake of all life.
“My goal for the book is that it makes a positive impact on the well-being of all life-forms, including humans,” de Soysa said.
“Slow-Cooked Thoughts” is a wonderful read for those who identify as being environmentally conscious and those interested in seeking a new outlook on life. A wonderful escape to develop renewed respect for the planet, the messages shared in this book promote optimism, inclusiveness, and admiration for all this world has to offer.
About the author
Rohan de Soysa has been actively involved in the arts, environmental preservation, photography, and agriculture for many years. An instructor of photography, he became a trustee of the Sapumal Foundation in 1981 and has been chairman since 2011. The Foundation’s gallery displays a comprehensive collection of the art of the ’43 Group, the first modern art movement in Sri Lanka, housed in a charming setting. From 1992-2012, he served as a committee member, secretary, treasurer and president of the Sri Lanka Natural History Society. In 1985, he bought eighteen acres of secondary forest for his daughter, and today it is a sanctuary area and the first community conservation project in the country. To learn more, please visit https://www.rohandesoysa.com.