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Old Man Becomes Mentor

Robert Bly said, "If you're not being admired by other men, you're being hurt." That struck a chord with me. As I talk with men about their struggles, ...


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"Gladiator": A Parent's Painful Legacy

The film Gladiator tells the story of Maximus (Russell Crowe), general of the Roman army in 180 A.D. Following victory in a decisive battle, the dying ...


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Why Christians Needn't Keep Moral Views to Themselves

Writing in U.S. News & World Report, John Leo had this to say in defense of voting based upon religious values:

I am struggling to understand the "don't ...

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Teenager Hardened by Lack of Approval

I remember being approached by a 16-year-old boy named Ricky after I wrapped up my first speaking session at a weekend retreat for high schoolers. "I ...


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"All About Eve": For the Love of Applause

In the classic film All About Eve, Eve Harrington (Anne Baxter) gives the impression of being an innocent theater fan, bedazzled by the stars of Broadway ...


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"Miss Potter": The Power of a Father's Praise

Miss Potter tells the story of Beatrix Potter, the beloved children's author who wrote The Tales of Peter Rabbit. In this scene, Miss Potter receives ...


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Warren Buffett Advises Having Internal Yardstick

In 2008, Guy Spier, CEO of Aquamarine Capital Management, had what will probably be the most expensive lunch of his life. He took Warren Buffett, the ...


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Young Woman Still Needs Her Father’s Love

I spent last week at the beach in Florida, relaxing with my family. The week was for eating fresh seafood, sitting by the beach with my nieces and sister, ...


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Reality Show Reveals Our Need for a Father's Blessing

In the BBC reality show Monastery, a group of five men from diverse backgrounds voluntarily join a Benedictine monastery for a span of forty days. The ...


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Woman Idolizes Her Parents' Approval

In his book Counterfeit Gods, Timothy Keller writes, "Idols generate false beliefs such as 'If I cannot achieve X, then my life won't be valid' or, 'Since ...


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