When thinking about being humble, what positive and negative thoughts and images come into your mind?
Scott Douglas Jacobsen and guest, Kelly Marie Carlin-McCall, discusses family and personal background in the Carlin household and current work and ideas.
Getting to a level of consciousness and maturity where you let go of self-preservation and me-first thinking, and give yourself over to a cause bigger than yourself.
Mentoring is a role each of us plays in supporting and uplifting the whole—all of us.
Are men evolving in reboots with more emotion, or are the stereotypes being reinforced? Sam Dunstan shares his thoughts.
This is what happens when an ex-pastor and a stand-up comic talk about life, mystery, and the big questions.
The Hero: An ancient archetype older than civilization itself. Does it reside within each of us?—The demon that you can swallow gives you its power, and the greater life’s pain, the greater life’s reply. ― Joseph Campbell, The Power of MythWe all have a story. It defines us, put us in relation to everything.As a child, my story…
Movies reflect the changing roles of men in the 21st century. Here is what our community says about the ‘Star Wars’ series.
Heroes are quite important for people to see and hear. Sometimes, though, the hero bubble gets burst and their humanity appears.
Raoul Wieland reviews Michael Kimmel’s ‘Manhood in America’ and explores the evolving and expanding definition of masculinity.
An Iraq War Veteran, now in jail, shares what War really does to the mind of a man.
Vic Sizemore follows his bliss and looks back on his life, recognizing his failures and successes —- happy that he at least tried.
He used the same words. He used the same towering posture. This wasn’t about teaching me or guiding me to be a man. This was about control.
Jed Diamond had trouble in relationships, until he learned that love isn’t a mystery. Now he’s happily married for 33 years.
Dr. Jed Diamond looks at trust and love through the lens of health and wellness.
Should we teach boys that they can be heroes? Should we teach them that they can change the world by themselves?