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Such an Immense Place

You know I’ve picked up as of late a book on the men’s movement from the 1990’s called Wingspan, Inside the Men’s Movement (edited by Christopher Harding).  It’s been very refreshing and reminds me of when I first introduced to … Continue reading

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Entering Deep Water

It has been said that the most difficult journey for a man to make is the 16″ between his head to his heart.  I would covet your prayers this weekend as I and nineteen other men endeavor in that mysterious … Continue reading

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The Friendship Portrait, and a Requiem for Friendship

While at the Louvre this past May I was very happy to come upon one of Raphael’s friendship portraits that I discovered years prior.  Seems that in the 16th century, it was a common practice for friends to get their … Continue reading

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The Hearts of Men

Ran onto this poem, and thought I would place it here this evening. THE HEARTS OF MEN Swing like pendulums from rage to remorse, from anger to shame. They do not know The smaller increments of a gradual birth, the … Continue reading

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Passing the Orange

I have been for the past 12 years involved in, and am a leader within  a variety of groups that do “men’s work;” experiential weekends, groups, and the like.  It has been life changing.  As a part of this blog, … Continue reading

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