The practice of asking questions is a powerful way of learning and deepen our comprehension.
Drink in as much knowledge as possible
It recreates value for those who’ll follow us and honors those who came before.
Sometimes that is all we have for today.
Learning is a constant journey.
It’s both a gift and a legacy.
Our gift as a species is the ability to rise above gut reactions and employ our meta-cognition to evaluate our own thoughts. When we do that, our empathy allows us to understand one another’s points of view.
“My dad taught us that admitting we don’t know something is the first step to learning.” #ManhoodGame
These three simple words may be scary to share, but they are crucial to your own growth and communication.
Author Jay Cradeur poses questions he asks himself and which every man might ask himself to stay true to his masculine path.
What can someone learn from editorial and writing positions in terms of abilities, knowledge, and skills acquisition?
What does an Indigenous or Indian elder have to say about a current future of fear but also an increasing future of love?
The intersection of listening, respect, and age.
Hatred can be overcome with our love, knowledge, and voice
Scott Douglas Jacobsen interview friends, colleagues, and experts, on harm reduction and its implications in Canadian society.
Injury and an alternate way of seeing.