Eleven Questions and One Answer to Change the World

12 Qoestion to Change the World by dullhunk

Justice for all grows from awareness of your self.

Superhuman: 5 Ways to Embrace the Power of a New Consciousness


Howard Falco provides five suggestions to help us live in a more awakened and powerful state of creative consciousness.

Those Bloody Refugees


Geoff Ahern, a mental health clinician in Australia, couldn’t sleep. Here’s the powerful story of an asylum seeker that kept him awake, and yet another reason why we must spread love to all we meet.

Mornings with Old Lovers

Old couple, marriage, love

Gloria Hayes wants you to know that there is more than one way to make love.

Five Reasons my Children are Lucky to Have an Outdoorsman for a Father

Jack Rabbit photo by lukedetwiler

Tabitha Studer wants to dispel the negative stereotype that all Outdoorsmen are uneducated, close-minded, reclusive Rednecks.

Dylan Thomas, Retirement and the First Taste of Death


Live, damn it! Wolfgang Brolley on raging hard.

6 Pieces of Advice about Advice


Cameron Conaway on the best way to give, receive and respond to advice.

Reluctant Reliability: A Glimpse into Cerebral Palsy


Erin Kelly, a writer with cerebral palsy, reflects on the mental aspects of an ordinary morning.

My Ego Pissed Somebody Off and That’s OK


Atalwin Pilon wonders about the tradeoffs of honesty and likeability.

Domestic Violence Campaign Seeks Letters


A writing campaign asks domestic violence survivors and their supporters to submit letters

How to Deal with a Psycho Bitch from Hell


If you can’t listen to women with a higher consciousness, what you offer society as a whole is also limited, says Atalwin Pilon.

1BlueString—An Awareness Campaign from 1in6


Are you a musician? Here are four ways that you can help us raise awareness about men who are survivors of childhood sexual abuse.

Man vs. Oppression


Kyle Carpenter’s awareness of his privileges inspire a dual struggle against institutionalized oppression: in the world and within himself.

Engaging the Gender Gap


Eric Sentell urges good men to teach themselves and their sons to engage with learning and with others before the gender gap becomes a chasm.

“This younger generation is seeking ways to connect more meaningfully with each other and the girls/women in their lives.”


This is a comment by Carla Smith on the post “Male Yearning”.

“Shame is a pervasive evils that suppresses men from fully expressing their feelings.”


These are comments by tgolden and James Nakamura on the post “The Man Behind the Mask”.