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I was an invitee at the launch of the book “Goodbye Creation” by Vidooba Senarathne held at Grand Oriental Hotel recently. The Chief Guest was Prof. Carlo Fonseka. The first copy of the book was presented to him by the author. Briefly explaining his book, Vidooba said, “Sensitivity is life; and sensitivity being a physical factor, life is a factor; but the hidden truth is, consciousness and desire are key to sensitivity and that makes life a grand factor of three factors acting in tandem where, “consciousness” derives through “sensitivity” and through consciousness derives “desire”.

‘Goodbye Creation’ is the lead book of his forthcoming book titled ‘The Outrage and the Idyll’. The book comes in two parts. The first part is ‘I Promise you a Rose Garden’ which will certainly make this unfair and atrocious world, a divinely peaceful and fair New World where poverty doesn’t exist

“Goodbye Creation” is the lead book of his forthcoming book titled “The Outrage and the Idyll”. The book comes in two parts. The first part is “I Promise you a Rose Garden” which will certainly make this unfair and atrocious world, a divinely peaceful and fair New World where poverty doesn’t exist. The second part is “The Most Dazzling Human Odyssey” ever to eliminate all human delusions for mankind to live a joyous life in that serene New World and also to be guided to it’s ultimate salvation.

Vidooba was born in Kandy 67 years ago and studied at Dharmaraja College, Kandy. He joined Bank of Ceylon as a cashier after leaving school and worked there for 17 years. His final position at the bank was that of Corporate Export Advisor, Planning and Development Officer. At present he lives in Queensland, Australia.

The electronic version of the book is available for downloading from the author’s personal website: http://www.goodbyecreation.com
The e-book is available at all the e-book stores including Amazon, Smashwords, Sony and Apple iBooks.
Local distributors of “Goodbye Creation” are Sarasavi Bookshops and Godage Bookstore, Maradana. The book is priced at Rs. 500/- per copy.