My heart goes out to the former, homeless man with the "golden" voice: Ted Williams. In a ten-day period, he has gone from homeless to a national "celebrity" of sorts. And he's also just been admitted into a rehab facility. He's been homeless off and on for the past 20 years. A chance meeting on the street by a newsman with a camera changed his fortunes overnight. But didn't change who he actually is. The real Ted. The addict, Ted. I hope & pray he can get it together so that he can live a rich life off the fruits of his "golden" voice. Alas, though, I clearly see that talent isn't enough to insure we'll live our highest lives. We have to live righteously, too. And by righteously, I mean living a life in accord with our highest ideals. Living honestly. I'm determined to live that way. And slowly but surely, I'm getting there. I wish you well, Mr. Williams. I wish you well. I'm gonna say a little prayer for you this very moment.