Even if I lack the talent, I will not abandon the effort on that account . . . We do not abandon any discipline for despair of ever being the best at it. The nearer a man comes to calming his mind, the closer he is to his greatest strength.
I was reminded this morning upon looking at the date that today, June 6, is a day that holds great meaning and tremendous sacrifice. The U.S., Canadian, and British allied forces invaded the Nazi-held beaches in Normandy, France, on this day, 77 years ago in 1944. Over the years, I’ve had about twenty patients that … Continue reading That Pivotal Day 77 Years Ago
Doing some reading this evening and was reminded of Friedrich Nietzsche's comments on God and religion. Saw this quote in a bathroom in the past. Thought it would be interesting if God responded.
A father said to his daughter one afternoon, “You have graduated from school with honors. Here is the old car I bought many years ago that you have helped me with on and off through the years. I want to give it to you as a gift. It is pretty old now. But, before I … Continue reading The Daughter & the Old Car
Topics I pondered upon today: Many men spend their entire lives fishing without ever knowing that it isn't fish they're after. . . 2. Morality is the basis of civility. Truth is the substance of morality. The difference between man and beast is the ability to recognize truth over instinct. If you dispense with truth, you destroy civilization and turn … Continue reading How Was Your Sunday?
Here is what the last 100 years of civilization has taught you and I about masculinity: As a whole, men are all bad eggsTraditional male values like aggression and toughness are badWomen, by default, are good.The only good men are those who have seen the light, worked hard to rectify their innate deficiencies and have … Continue reading Were You Really Born to Be a Bad Egg?
Thought for the day. This holds more meaning for me today than I ever thought possible. . .
There is an old Jewish tale about a soap maker who did not believe in God. One day as he was walking with a rabbi, he said, “There is something I cannot understand. We have had religion for thousands of years. But everywhere you look there is evil, corruption, dishonesty, injustice, pain, hunger, and violence. … Continue reading It Has to be Used . . .