Ever hear an opinion and feel enraged? After witnessing the world's reaction to America’s last election I think it's fair to say the majority of the population does. My question is why? I made a list. There’s dozen of reasons!
Ladies, this one is for you. My friend Sheila used to tell me I should host a television series called The Boyfriend Show. Because every time she had boy problems she would call me. And Sheila wasn’t the only one! A couple years passed and more and more of my friends tied the knot.
People always ask me, “Why a brotherhood?” And I say, “Why not?” Ladies and gentleman, the world is full of turmoil! There’s not many positive places for us to turn to so that we can find a better way. And while I accept everyone’s way, I truly do believe there is one a step above. That’s the way of love.
Arguments. They’re bound to happen. And unfortunately the majority of them are with people we care about. I used to think the most important thing was to win. But the superficial triumph faded quickly and what remained didn’t positively resonate with my core. After a decade of failed attempts to win I finally came to the conclusion that it's better not to. Stay with me.
It's been a month since my last post, although it feels more like a year. I realized that when we do what we love, our passion brings us back to it. Here I am, sharing, searching...
I first came up with the notion of Good Men Brotherhood, DC in 2010 after the loss of one of my closest friends. His passing was mysterious and unexpected.
The average length of a marriage in the US is 8 years. I believe it’s because people are engrossed in their own fulfillment more than that of their spouses. But isn’t that what it means to love, to place another persons needs - not wants - but NEEDS, above ours?