To quote today's special guest, Dr. Mark E. Klein in his book Franklin Rock: "It is both foolish and unnecessary to worry about our choices. There is no such thing as a best or right choice. That is because any choice we make will be influenced by the billions of other choices made every day. There is no way to know the outcome of any single choice. There is no single way for things to work out. Choices made by you and others will simply create a different reality. Like a train heading down the track, switches are thrown, and the destination may change. No one destination is better than another. Each will yield a different set of events, but since the goal is always the same, each has the potential to get you to where you need to go."
The next Eckhart Tolle, Dr. Klein loves to write. In his book, through his fictional character Franklin Rock, he teaches the reader about the gift of honesty, integrity, friendship, forgiveness and the importance of keeping perspective and at times, a sense of humor to get through it all.
Mark E. Klein, M.D. is a physician and author. His career has been centered on caring for others, whether they be patients, colleagues, or strangers. He is always a teacher, sometimes of new medical technologies to other physicians from around the nation and the world, other times of those even more important issues of life that none of us can avoid. He continues to practice medicine in Washington, DC. Franklin Rock is his third book and his first novel. He has four children, four grandchildren, and lives with his wife in the Washington, DC area.