Ceylonese, Lankan Orientation Identification. In , the national constitution discarded the name Ceylon and adopted the name of Sri Lanka. In Sinhala, the language of the majority, Sri means "blessed" and Lanka is the name of the island. The island's history of immigration, trade, and colonial invasion has led to the formation of a variety of ethnic groups, each with its own language and religious traditions.
Atheism is about not believing in any of the gods that man has dreamt up. Theism is picking one of those gods at random that has no more evidence for existence than any of the others and deciding that's the one for you.