July 4th, 2010— Dunghills From Diamonds?

Featured Columnist – Meditations Martin LeFerveThis weekend Americans are celebrating the 4th of July, the date that commemorates the birth of the United States 234 years...

The Problem of Evil

The most difficult question in philosophy is called ‘the problem of evil.’ I have reluctantly explored the issue since first having been directly exposed...

The Question

Though to some readers (and even myself) I have written ad nauseum about psychological revolution, I’m compelled, by God knows what motivation or muse,...
Sonia Lopez

Medical Victory in Costa Rica

For Sonia López, a 57-year-old woman, the removal of a huge tumor gave her a new chance at life. On Monday, January 29th, 2018,...

Analysis on Social Ecology

Within the current dynamics of the societies that interact culturally, economically and politically in more than 180 countries that make up the international community,...

Mind Without Thought

The green waters of the reservoir are like glass. On the surrounding ridges, motionless pines tower over the man-made lake, and reflect off the...

Why Inspirational Quotes Motivate Us

At some point, each person understands that it is time to change his life, start doing something differently or change his attitude toward some...

Global Revolution?

The core philosophy of the United Nations, the highest expression of vaunted “international community,” is dead-ending before our eyes over the crisis in Libya....

A New Human Being

Martin LeFevre, TheCostaRicaNews.com When the Cro Magnons encountered the Neanderthals in Europe over 40,000 years ago, it was a clash between primitive human consciousness, which...

Ten Commandments Down to One

I’d been deathly ill for a fortnight with food poisoning. Having foolishly asked the universe, in a meditative state, ‘should I become a vegetarian?’...
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