The Strain of Isolationist Politics by William Klein

In a Washington Post article in April of 2019, it addressed the growing alt right movements in Europe. The author spoke of a growing trend in fear mongering and racist identity politics.  Places like Germany, pro-Nazi groups have had a resurgent growth in numbers. In America pro-right groups have also seen their fair share of … Continue reading The Strain of Isolationist Politics by William Klein

“Gracious Uncertainty” by William Klein

I heard a great term from Jack Kornfield called “gracious uncertainty.” I love that term.  It identifies with so much during this uncertain time.  We need to learn to cope with fear of the unknown. I see these pro-Trump people who are protesting and expressing their fear.  They are going out and stopping traffic, holding … Continue reading “Gracious Uncertainty” by William Klein

Fear In The Time Of Plague by William Klein

When facing the enemy during the Battle for Lake Erie, Oliver Hazard Perry dispatched, “We have seen the enemy and it is us.” Perry understood in no uncertain terms that the human condition is wrought with frailties and in times of war those frailties will come to light. Great minds that have changed the world … Continue reading Fear In The Time Of Plague by William Klein

“Look For The Helpers” by William Klein

“I’ve never seen anything like it.” I have talked with my elder friends about the coronavirus that is overtaking the world and this is the common saying. We are hunkering down in our home bunkers, stocking up on canned goods, toilet paper, water and essential survivals like chocolate and wine.  Many are practicing “social distancing” … Continue reading “Look For The Helpers” by William Klein