Dr Louis Koster, a distinguished humanitarian, served for over ten years as a medical doctor for “Doctors Without Borders” and other humanitarian organizations in trouble spots across the globe. He worked in war zones in Bosnia, the Sudan, Angola, Liberia and with Afghan refugees in Pakistan and Cuban refugees in Guantanamo Bay.
For his humanitarian efforts, Dr. Koster has received numerous awards and has appeared on radio, television, and news shows. The past decade he has practiced medicine in Australia.
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Louis Koster Workshops
Dr Louis Koster, a distinguished humanitarian, rural doctor and International best selling author of A New Language for Life – Happy No Matter What, will be conducting live workshops in various places around the world.
The workshops will give you hands on experience in learning the principles of Dr. Koster’s life changing book and theories.
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Forgiveness essentially is a gift you give to yourself. Release your resentment to the universe. Let go, let be. Let go, let oneness. Hi, Louis here, author of the inspiring book “A New Language for Life, Happy No Matter What!” Click here to get a free download of the...
Embrace the interruptions that life throws at you with grace. Trust that the universe will lead you toward a fulfilled and inspired life. If, for instance, you have issues with your neighbor that cause you to move, chances are you will find similar issues within the...
My wife and I occasionally argue about her cooking. Frequently, we argue after I make a thoughtless comment or two. Since I am not a professional food critic, she responds with a bit of “chili,” which can cut me to the core. “It was just a well-meaning, innocent...