Some people are afraid to improve themselves, and would rather be an “armchair quarterback” who acts like they can do better.
For The Love Of Men
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Meet @kerzy. Over the past decade, Kerzy has transformed his body from a scrawny 130lbs to a brawny, bodybuilding certified 200+lbs. Kerzy and I catch up on the past decade (3:00), his slow progress in the gym during university (10:30), his commitment to nutrition & eating more (13:00), important lifting milestones & motivations (18:30), overcoming…
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This article is the fourth in Jed Diamond’s Personal Manifesto About What Makes Men Good series.
#4: “I was never a believer of any religion pious. But his presence in my life made me a follower of pious love.”
What the hell do you have to lose?
The impact of the friendship between two men.
“Some bedrock truths were formed for me as a result, things I knew so deeply that their origin was gone.”
What it takes to keep her close.
Two men, with tenderness and compassion, take care of a woman in need.
A man recalls the day which still makes him ask “Who does that?”
We frequently hear this tale happening to women, but rarely to men. This reverse look at an old story, allows us to see it more clearly.
“I am an innocent man,” a feeling many men share these days when, for instance, some folks use the word patriarchy.