To see yourself as you are, you must see yourself as you really are.
Whether you enjoy the ride of life or not depends on your perspective.
Embed from Getty ImagesAs the year ends, we don’t exactly find ourselves in the same place that we thought we’d be when we we woke up the morning of November 8, visions of a liberal Supreme Court, another Clinton White House, and sugar plum fairies dancing in our heads.Still, 2016 wasn’t entirely a bust.There were some noticeable victories…
2016 was a tough one, but it’s time for resilience and forward thinking for the year to come.
Reflecting on 2016, Jim Killon gives us reasons to look forward to 2017.
Society, it seems to me, pushes young (and younger) men away from circumspection into head-down, get ‘er done unsentimentalism.
This is a time of introspection for many of us, when “thoughts paw and scratch” and “naming certain things is an infidelity.”
James Michael Sama reflects on challenge, on doing, and the inescapability of life.
Have you ever dreamed of becoming someone or something else other than whom or what you are now?
Want to see your future? What you see may shock you.___Imagine that you could glimpse into your future. Would it change you?Some people imagine that a vision of the future would change them: To see yourself in your successes, your loneliness, your struggles.We live life on cruise controlLife is every day. Every. Day.Each day, you…
If you want to move past the disappointments in your life, stop being so hard on yourself.
Chris Forte’s reflection on a trip to China.
Guys needs their “guy time”, that’s no surprise. It can be a mystery, however, as to why guys need such time.—You think it’s great that your guy wants to spend so much time with you. It’s wonderful how selfless he is and how he sacrifices everything to be with his family.But your man needs his…
The lows just make the highs in life that much greater.
I’d like to say this is the story of a kid whose dad loved him even though he wasn’t the best player on the team. But it’s not.
When we allow ageist misconceptions and stereotypes to set the tone of cross-generational communication, we give prejudice a microphone.