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Finish Lines Are A Time For Reflection

There’s something to be said about the emotion associated with crossing the finish line. It’s a time where you’ve accomplished a goal, you’re elated to of achieved this objective; but, this is only one of many goals and it isn’t the “ultimate goal”. In the game of life, it is improvement and new experiences to […]

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Modern Day Agoge Part II

I first wrote of how I’d created a modern version of Agoge back in September 2016. Since writing that post, ‘Modern Day Agoge: A man’s path to raising a masculine son in a feminized society.‘ I’ve received countless emails from other fathers asking how they could implement this style of home education & a Rite of Passage […]

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Flip the Switch

How long it takes for you to unplug is directly related to how long it takes for you to accept reality for what it is, whether you’ve fully committed to the process, and how long it takes you to understand that nothing will be given, all must be earned. Reality The reality of the situation is that you’ve […]

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Raise Your Daughter To Be A Girl: A Letter

Dear Daughter, Throughout your life there will be people who try to attribute all of your success as well as all of your failures to your gender. These people may not be cognizant of what they’re doing, so as your father, I’m going to make you are always aware. Your mother and I are raising […]

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The Pride

Gentlemen, once you’ve  recognized the need to destroy The Void in your heart and eradicate the The Shame from your mind by reaching out to your brethren you can then experience something which has eluded your grasp for far too long, a sense of pride. Masculinity has been under attack for so long that most men now default […]

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The Shame

I was recently asked how a guy who was ashamed to show his body was supposed to start hitting the gym. This guy was a father, husband, and man who truly wanted to reclaim his masculine ‘self’ yet was too embarrassed and ashamed to take that first step out into the world. Like Quasimodo who was […]

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