We all have the potential to be anything in life— it is our decisions, the people around us, and their decisions, that shape our destinies.
Matthew Rozsa shares a brief story from Roman history to teach a life lesson.
Is fate in charge, or are we? John Picciuto says it doesn’t matter.
A young writer finds gold in the prologue to “The Alchemist.”
A cowardly racist bushwhacks Alex Yarde playing DESTINY. They both got more than they bargained for.
Alex Yarde contemplates trading up to XBox One on the eve of Bungies’s Destiny release.
What can we discover of ourselves when we are slipping down the stream?
Christian Clifton finds some great lessons in Jeff, Who Lives at Home. All it took was being willing to watch it more than once.
What the cockfighter and the artist have in common is what they put on the line.
Here’s to the girl who made me the man I am today.
Atalwin Pilon travels from the monasteries of Thailand to the Sydney gay scene, and finds we are all connected.
Bob Marley’s lessons for men on freedom, responsibility, and living are greater and more profound than simply telling our boys to ‘man up,’ says Geoffrey Philp.
This is a comment by David Byron on the post “A History of LGBT Characters and Themes in Comics”.
If I am going act like a goddess, I want a man who acts like a god.