Remnants of Unconditional Love by William Klein

Rich Clark, the founder of the school where I taught theology passed away last week. His tombstone is an extraordinary school on the East side of Cleveland and a community that is one that is composed of the most genuine, mission driven, heartfelt givers I’ve ever met. This is where his coffin lay in state … Continue reading Remnants of Unconditional Love by William Klein

An Exercise In Welcoming The Stranger by William Klein

Recently Governors Greg Abbott of Texas, Florida’s Ron DeSantis and Arizona’s Doug Ducey have “relocated illegal immigrants” to places like Chicago, Los Angeles, Washington D.C. and Massachusetts. Abbott sent “busloads” to Vice President Kamala Harris’s house in Washington and DeSantis sent “two plane loads” to Martha’s Vineyard, a popular beachfront resort island for the wealthy … Continue reading An Exercise In Welcoming The Stranger by William Klein

Where the Mind Goes, the Energy Flows by William Klein

“Where the mind goes, the energy flows.” What a great quote that is. I just completed reading New York Times columnists analysis of where they were wrong in their columns. Ranging from Capitalism to Al Franken’s banishment from the Senate to the treatment of Trump supporters to Mitt Romney to Facebook following, the columns ran … Continue reading Where the Mind Goes, the Energy Flows by William Klein

Tears For My Hometown by William Klein

There’s a funny app that pulls off an undeniably funny trick. It’s called the “Crying App.” My nephew pulled a fast one on me at dinner. He slyly pulled out his phone and began recording me.  “How you doing?  You happy?” He asked. I was stoic, almost robotic. “I’m great! Couldn’t be better. Great food, brilliant company, … Continue reading Tears For My Hometown by William Klein