Tom Matlack reflects on the world buzzing around him and wonders why there is the seemingly unquenchable thirst for “more”.
Tom Matlack reflects on David Carr’s book The Night of the Gun, and recognizes too much of himself in it.
Tom Matlack gives a very personal account of Civil Rights in a time and place where not much was civil–Mississipi, 1964
In terms of the thought leadership on gender men are getting a raw deal.
Why do boys sometimes have an easier time being direct about the tough questions than grown men?
Sometimes you meet a guy you just instantly like.
There comes a moment when our very manhood is up for grabs.
Tom Matlack talks to married men to find out when they knew their wife was “the one.”
GMP founder Tom Matlack reflects on the trials and triumphs of divorce on fatherhood
It could be me on my annual New Year’s rant against the electronic world getting all 19th century on your ass. But I don’t think so.
I want to feel my feelings again. And ruminate on what, in the end, is my contribution to make to my family and my world.
I concluded that I have to do even less and go inwards even more. Grasping at the walls of the cave will only cause me more pain. Free fall is the only way now.
Goodness is a thing that we each have to define for ourselves and set out for with an open mind and a strong heart.
My instinct is always to force a kind of half-baked order. But today I am in no rush to put away the piles of crap that surround me.
At this point I think there is a very dangerous silence. And that’s not their fault. It’s ours.