“We are all great warriors, searching for peace.”
Sometimes, learning about the power within us as men arrives in the most wonderful ways.
Dale Thomas Vaughn responds to the question: “What Does It Mean to be a Man in 2015?”
My body is strong, my mind is sound, my soul is fierce, yet quiet. I am slow to anger and swift to action. I am just, and I countenance no evil.
When is war justified on the part of nations in this world? What are the “red lines” that the world needs to enforce? How to be Warriors for good rather than Warriors for ill?
If you think you may have narcissistic tendencies, says Michael Ellis, the first thing to do, surprisingly, is look in the mirror.
N.C. Harrison examines Nancy Grace’s sensationalistic coverage of a recent tragedy.
“Jim Hellwig died years ago. He died so the Warrior could live.” Dan Friedman looks at the complexities of the man that didn’t just create a wrestling character, but lived the life of one.
Why do good guys hug trees? From Thoreau to the Green Scare, a continuity of ideology for direct action environmental protection and defense.
A gift to better the man you are may help you to continue gifting your best self to those around you.
As Rob Brezsny notes, the typical “male” qualities of ferocity and courage are not among the four qualities of the warrior. Nor is brashness, overbearing strength, or the alpha cockiness that sometimes substitutes for leadership.
Jamie Gilroy goest to pay his final respects to an old friend and finds himself frozen in time.
We are proud to announce the beginning of a new War & Veterans section.
The Good Men Project announces Men’s Work column edited by Tim O’Connor. We’re looking for contributors.