The Idolatry Of Power by William Klein

The day of the historic impeachment of President Trump, congressman Barry Loudermilk of Georgia equated it with Jesus’ trial with Pontius Pilate. Loudermilk said the following for the Congressional Record: “Before you take this historic vote today, one week before Christmas, I want you to keep this in mind: When Jesus was falsely accused of … Continue reading The Idolatry Of Power by William Klein

A Daily Reminder For The New Year by William Klein

“You are what you desire”. This is a great insight.  It is a popular thought in Eastern thinking, particularly in Buddhist thought.  This desire creates suffering and if it is not satisfied, the desire is even greater, which more often than not leads to greater discontent. I’m reminded of the old adage, “Chase the world … Continue reading A Daily Reminder For The New Year by William Klein

“Wisdom of Magi” by William Klein

Little is known about the three “Magi” who pay the “Holy Family” a visit in scripture.  They are an integral part of the story in Matthew’s account and tell the story of encountering Herod on their journey following a star from the East to find the baby. In Bethlehem there are graves that date back … Continue reading “Wisdom of Magi” by William Klein

“You Turns and Climbing the Christmas Hill” by William Klein

Classroom doors decorated with tinsel and Christmas chintz, secret Santas bring gifts of socks and simple delights like booze and cookies to tickle the heart to new heights while Christmas lights adorn classrooms and blowup Frostys gleefully wave in the season. Teachers agree it’s that time in the semester where we can see the top … Continue reading “You Turns and Climbing the Christmas Hill” by William Klein