The Gift Of A Kind Intention by William Klein

My foray into service learning has reaped tremendous rewards. I’ve been exposed to the power of intention behind words. St. Francis said, “Teach the gospels and if necessary use words”. Francis knew the power of action to speak louder than words. My sense is that the intention behind the action makes all the difference. I’ve … Continue reading The Gift Of A Kind Intention by William Klein

Reflection: A Walk In The Old Neighborhood by William Klein

Thorton Wilder, the author of “Our Town” writes: “I want you to try and remember what it was like to have been very young. And particularly the days when you were first in love; when you were like a person sleepwalking, and you didn’t quite see the street you were in, and didn’t quite hear … Continue reading Reflection: A Walk In The Old Neighborhood by William Klein

Religion As A Healing Agent by William Klein

Religion serves a purpose.  It is the outward expression of our inward realities. Religion is a means to an end.  It functions as an agent to open us to realities we have not considered.  Religion serves as an introduction to a reality that is more important. This reality is what brings transcendence to a human … Continue reading Religion As A Healing Agent by William Klein