“The Fates Lead the Willing, and Drags Along the Reluctant” – Seneca
Frank Blaney knows deep in his bones that a new day is dawning.
How can a mere Comic Book Movie have the potential to change the face of American politics? History teaches us revolutions often ignite from less than zero.
This July 4th, think about the patriotic buzzwords which drop from your lips. Just how “free” are you?
Frank Blaney discusses how American males, regardless of their ethnicity, sexual orientation, social class, etc. are “baptized” into violence.
Also, can we junk these modern “buzzwords?”
A life-long Angeleno points out how the radically different environments of London and Los Angeles compare for men’s health, sanity, and quality of life in this “Tale of Two Cities.”
I respected him using his platform to speak truth to power.
…and I’m no pie in the sky idealist.
Prepare for empty justice. Hollow as a tube.
Listen to Bob Marley … again.
“Always Remember This Power that Nature Gave You” — Marcus Aurelius (from the Stoic Philosopher’s book, “Meditations”).
What differentiates a warrior from a “Warrior-Healer?”
“I have known many sorrows, most of which never happened.” – Mark Twain
“Emancipate yourself from mental slavery, none but ourselves can free our minds.” — Bob Marley
How do we “honor our father,” or “honor our mother” when they were destructive parents?