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To My Son on His 21st Birthday: Lessons on Manhood

Dear Son,

In my first letter, I related to you and your brother what I had learned about manhood from your father. On this, your 21st birthday, I want to acknowledge the lessons you have taught me: 260 more words

Birthdays

In the last post, we explored the origins of manhood – how it consists of an energy born of the innate biological and psychological characteristics of males that is then channeled by cultures towards service that benefits the collective good.

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Manliness

The Reality of Boyhood Dreams

“Thou therefore endure hardness, as a good soldier of Jesus Christ. No man that warreth entangleth himself with the affairs of this life; that he may please him who hath chosen him to be a soldier.” – 2 Timothy 2:3-4 – 500 more words

Manhood

To My Sons: Lessons on Manhood I Learned From Your Father

Dear Boys,

BE A STUD — Eat and breathe whatever you are involved in. Study it. Practice it. Focus.

BE A MAN’S MAN—Have a real friend, not an occasional drinking buddy. 280 more words

Manhood

5 Themes of Biblical Manhood

In 2003, Hurricane Isabel slammed into the East Coast of the United States, leaving 16 dead and cutting power to six million homes. The edges of the hurricane passed through Washington, D.C., prompting the president and members of Congress to find safer quarters. 348 more words

Man Of Faith

"Sorry...you're not a man!" (Earth Day Special)

There are some who count themselves among the ranks of men or consider themselves capable of the duties of manhood. But to be frank, putting bass to your voice, wearing a necktie, and watching Sports Center don’t make you a man any more than standing in Floyd Mayweather’s garage makes you a Ferrari. 449 more words

Family

Correlation between emotional health and violence?

These are the types of headlines that I see regularly that bother me…

Man Shot in Detroit Over Air Jordans

http://www.clickondetroit.com/news/man-shot-in-detroit-over-air-jordan-shoes/32469016

It’s a sad moment when someone’s life is worth less than a pair of crappy sneakers. 1,638 more words