In the tropical forests and shrubs one can see the wonder of trees of different species growing together, embracing each other, as if they are but one tree. Palmyra palm, the Bo tree, the Banyan tree, Tamarind tree and the Magosa tree are seen to be examples of such botanical symbiosis. These trees do not attach themselves to each other as parasites living off from the other, but independently sap the nature's resources to sustain themselves and allow the other to do the same. Each grows and thrives according to its nature and allows the other to do the same. Their strict embraces provide strength to withstand gales and floods. This botanical paradigm is a potent lesson of nature / creation / God, for unity amidst diversity or pluriformous unity.

If this botanical paradigm is translated into the different spheres of human life such as the social, political, cultural, economical and religious spheres, what would happen? Social political and religious symbiosis in Nations which ate historically and traditionally endowed with a society of different races, cultures and religions will nurture peace, justice, solidarity and amity. If so, then SYMBIOSOPHY should be the philosophy of societal life of any nation which consists of pluralistic human societies.

The symbiosophy logo on the top left hand corner depicts a communal binding between the different religious symbols and provides a feeling of unity between each each religious symbol to bring the greater image. The main aim of symbiosophy is to imply the need for a unification between all races and religions to bring peace to the nations torn by ethnic and religious war and violence. Though the scope of this site is focused on to the environment in Sri Lanka, it can be applied to any nation or community that is devided by sectatian violence.