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Men and Heroism
Jeff Goins shares how a teenage dad living in the Guatemala City dump taught him how to be a better man.
Ken Goldstein reflects on courage and creativity.
“Heroes are out there every day, all around, everywhere you look.”
“Who are the real heroes?” Fredrick Marx believes it’s the men who are mentoring and initiating teen boys.
There comes a moment when our very manhood is up for grabs.
Carl Pettit offers a taxonomy of bravery for the rest of us to emulate.
There were more heroes than villains in that Aurora, Colorado movie theater where 12 were killed.
“Acts of heroism and accomplishment are always prepared for with millions of small actions that make up a person’s moral fiber.”
“I want to represent an idea. The idea that if you put your mind to something you can accomplish anything, all you need is a crazy work ethic, faith and perseverance.” — Tyrre Burks
The best superhero comics show us that you don’t need superpowers or gadgets to be a hero.
Jasmine Peterson wants men to help women become the heroes in their own lives.
“Let’s not forget: Grand heroism involves luck.”
My friend Marcel would never consider himself a hero. But wages a daily war against daunting foes: ignorance, apathy, intellectual and cultural atrophy, and an increasingly dimmed recollection of the wisdom of a bygone age.
What happens when you realize the person who has shaped your beliefs doesn’t even hold those same beliefs?