Sometimes the point of being lost is to find the questions you never thought to ask.
Chris Forte explores the existential question of our role in life.
A simple act of kindness reminds Cabot O’Callaghan that our inherent value is not to be questioned.
A young father of twins and a newborn, Briton Underwood finds his way, all thanks to his children. — “Feeling my way through the darkness, guided by a beating heart…” The transition to fatherhood has not been one that was necessarily easy. It has been filled with nothing but trial and error. I have learned […]
Good Men Project columnist Jeremy McKeen sat down with God and Mrs. God at their Maine home to ask about several topics, but mainly about the pressing matter of body issues, body shaming, and the meaning of life. — JM: Thank you for having me. You have a lovely home. GOD: It’s no Mt. Olympus […]
The universe is full of two things: questions, and rubbish.
Charlie Scaturro explains why he thinks the meaning of life is ever-present
If you’re waiting to start living your life, John wants to make sure you don’t. Cancer ended up allowing John to be more fully alive than he ever dreamed he could be.
The British Humanist Association and funny-man Stephen Fry join forces to explore how people without faith can find happiness.
How Vincent O’Keefe’s quick trip to the beach became a grand journey through time.
Bill Watterson, creator of Calvin & Hobbes, offers men some of the most important advice about life you’ll ever hear, made into a comic by Zen Pencils.
My brother Bret started the next life at forty, when he departed from this world by suicide.
Does the pop psych notion of Peter Pan Syndrome give boyish traits a bad reputation?
Jeff Swain defines ‘unconquered,’ with some help from his friends: William Ernest ‘Captain of My Soul’ Henley and Tom Petty.