The End Does Not Justify The Means by William Klein

There is a prominent belief out there that is contrary to all moral teaching.  The end justifies the means. We’re taught in moral theology that the end does NOT justify the means. We can never justify an immoral action for the sake of gaining more for ourselves even for the purposes of good. Police may use … Continue reading The End Does Not Justify The Means by William Klein

Confucius And Wisdom Of The Far East by William Klein

When I consider what the Far East has offered our world, it breaks my heart to see people exercise such cruelty to Asians. The Asian community is a group of people that are often overlooked in this country. Although they make up a considerable portion of the world’s population, you wouldn’t know it based on … Continue reading Confucius And Wisdom Of The Far East by William Klein

The Sum Total Of Being by William Klein

Contemplative life is open to all. Application of contemplative principles plus moral behavior equals the sum total of being. In the old days people thought this equation was understood and only open to religious. Thomas Merton was chastised for teaching the sacred geometry of being to the everyday churchgoer. He taught us the basic math … Continue reading The Sum Total Of Being by William Klein

Fantasy League Relationships by William Klein

Guys are crazy about fantasy league drafts. There is prepping, studying, running through the rank-and-file players with sixth sense intuition of needs to acquiring players who can get as many points as possible for any given league. It’s a great escape, true. It inspires the mind to wonder and consider “What if” situations, if they’d … Continue reading Fantasy League Relationships by William Klein

Arming Ourselves For The Day by William Klein

Sometimes we need to be reminded that there are unbearable situations out there that need to vanquished.  We can do our part.  We can stop judging others and pointing to the people who need assistance and stop calling them cheats.  We can exercise compassion and listen more and stop casting such aspersions. Famed psychologist Abraham Maslow stated in … Continue reading Arming Ourselves For The Day by William Klein