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 The Eye of the Storm by Leah Sellers
Though you find yourSelf assaulted by the powerful gales of the Storm. A Storm energized by people’s Fears, Doubts, Concerns, and opposing Agendas - Seek the Eye of the Storm.Within the Eye you will find the Inner Calm.
 Globalization and the Role of NGOs by Saberi Roy
NGOs or non-governmental organizations are characterized by their focus on long term goals addressing social issues that have direct impact on greater public benefits. NGOs are typically non profit organizations as well and tend to move beyond the
 Does the Internet make us more Intelligent but less Human? by Dr. Emanuel Paparella
For more than a decade now we educated people of our global village have been spending a lot of time online, searching and surfing and sometimes adding to the great databases of the Internet. The Web has been a godsend to writers. Research that on
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 We Are All Alone At The End Of The Day by Frances Zheng
Do you think having lots of friends around will make you feel not lonely any more? So, what do you call the moments of "emptiness" even when you are in a crowd such as a big party, or your mind will be drifting somewhere far away while s
 Water is life! Water is capital! by Leila Dregger
On 21st February, the ecologist team of the Tamera Peace Research Center, near Colos, invited ecologists and specialists from the region, as well as from the universities in Lisbon and Evora, to show them the state of
 Aisha's Red Hand by Thanos Kalamidas
How does it feel when you look into a sixteen-year-old girl's eyes and you feel that, even though she is just sixteen, you are looking into the eyes of the oldest woman on earth? How does it feel to look into a sixteen-year-old girl’s
 "Jai Guru Deva Om" flies across the universe... by Alexandra Pereira
…literally. At midnight GMT (Monday 7 p.m. EST) on Monday 4th February 2008, NASA will beam The Beatles’ “Across the Universe” literally across the universe. Travelling 186,000 miles per second, John Lennon’s lyrics w
 Albert Schweitzer's Reverence for Life by Jack Wellman
On a cold, blustery winter day on January 14, 1875, Albert Schweitzer was born in Upper-Alsace, Germany (which is now in France). An extraordinary theologian, philosopher, and musician. He would later win the Nobel Priz
 Vico's Conception of Mytho-Poetic Wisdom by Dr. Emanuel Paparella
Abstract: Vico insists throughout his opus that in order for Man to understand himself and avoid the danger of scientific objectification, he needs to attempt a re-creation of the origins of human
 I Spy I by Asa Butcher
Idiots, complete idiots, that's the focus today. I spy idiots. No, I don't mean Fyodor Dostoevsky's novel The Idiot, I mean the word derived from the Greek ἰδιώ
 Universal Declaration of Human Rights by The Ovi Team
Today marks the 60th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which became an advisory declaration adopted by the United Nations General Assembly on 10 December 1948 at Palais de Chaillot, Paris. It consists
 What does Christmas really mean anyway? by Judy Eichstedt
I have often wondered what the true meaning of Christmas is. I understand that to Christians all over the world it’s meaning is clear. It’s the birth of Christ. The meaning seems very simple and clear; we celebrate December twenty-fift
 The Nexus between History and the Self by Dr. Emanuel Paparella
In viewing humanity in its historicity as the primary subject of philosophy, Vico had in mind something very similar to what after Heidegger we describe as “humanity’s being in the world.” Vico, like Heid
 A Revolutionary New View of History and Humanity: 3/3 by Dr. Emanuel Paparella
Sadly, the me-generation of the seventies and eighties and beyond, so concerned with its “life-style,” has yet to discover that Christianity is psychologically much more sophisticated in its insistence that parad
 Atheists Don't Exist by Jack Wellman
There can be no such things as an atheist. This is why: Let's imagine that you are a professing atheist. Here are two questions for you to answer: First, do you know the combined weight of all the sand on all the beaches of Hawaii? We can safe
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