Mary B. Sellers reminds we are all complex individuals encompassing both dark and light.
If it were just one movie or TV show, we could dismiss it. But it’s a consistent trope across many different stories. Why?
The fast-food chain’s surprise decision to lift its workers’ wages stems from a mix of morality, economics and politics.
A teacher–someone society tells you to trust, someone who looks out for your well-being, someone you have repeatedly been told to obey. Someone to have sex with?
It’s warm here by the moral fire—there’s a community of people there, a culture, a set of values—and when you take a moment together to look at where true north is, the decision-making comes easy.
Caleb Woods looks back to a day when the values in Christian Churches were a lot simpler. He wants our kids to return to the same message about Love that he learned.
In the aftermath of a traffic accident, Jon Harrison is struck by where his focus was and where it needs to be.
Jonathan Buzin wishes one night of his life had never happened, and he shares what he learned to spare others his pain.
Michael Kasdan wonders what will happen as morality continues to collide with the sports entertainment complex we call The National Football League. Do fans care enough to really care?
Randall Frederick looks at why individuals, even entire communities, rewrite history to conform with their ideology.
Jackie Summers reminds us that racism didn’t start as a moral problem. It started as an economic one.
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GMP executive editor James Stafford on what a cruddy guy like him is doing in a nice place like this.
The brief amount of time I spent in New Orleans leaves me ill-equipped to understand everything that makes it an amazing place.
Training more people nationwide to recognize the signs of mental illness is important and could prevent future tragedies.
We learn to talk as children but learning to communicate with our own children can take a lifetime.
I remember how foolish I felt when I was pleading with my Ex–to no avail–to make an effort and give the relationship another chance. Now she wants me back.
Hint, men: “Avoid weirdness in your zone.”
By deferring decisions to poorly understood algorithms, industry professionals effectively shed accountability for any negative effects of their code.
Words like “secular” and “religious” aren’t particularly useful when health-nuts and fundamentalists start seeing eye-to-eye.
The blooming of the Great Willowherb marks a seasonal crossing point here in Andalucia.
Black lives remain largely disposable sixty years after Emmit Till’s death and a decade since the government’s lackadaisical response to Hurricane Katrina. — America today, as it does every year on August 28th, has no[Read More…]
When you confront angst-inducing anxieties it’s only a matter of time before you find the promising relationship you’ve been looking for.
Inside the Conversation at The Good Men Project.
The feeling of being in love is infectious, once you have experienced it, you will yearn for it over and over again.
Active families need active solutions to the inevitable encounters with poison ivy.
Jed Diamond can’t think of anything more important for the peace and well-being of the world than deepening the dialogue of what it means to be a good man.