Archive for August, 2016

The Parable About Changing the World

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The Parable About Changing the World

Sometimes you don’t need to try to change the world—just changing something about yourself will suffice.   Once upon a time there was a king who ruled a prosperous country. One day he went for a trip to some distant areas of his country. When he was back at his palace, he complained that his […]

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People Who Live in Glass Houses Shouldn’t Throw Stones

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People Who Live in Glass Houses Shouldn’t Throw Stones

…and I believe we all live in glass houses. There are a few guys at my gym who obviously use performance enhancing drugs. They are much more muscular than me, at least partly because I have chosen to stay more natural in my bodybuilding. Since I know use of these substances carries health risks, I […]

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Be a Gentleman

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Be a Gentleman

Being a gentleman is becoming a lost art. Whether it is the millennial “hook up” dating culture or simply the laziness of the modern male, it seems few men observe the rules of gentlemanliness. For those men who think being a gentleman is unnecessary because men and women are the same, I ask you to […]

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There Is No Excuse for a Bad Attitude

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There Is No Excuse for a Bad Attitude

There are a lot of people walking around with a bad attitude about life. “Woe is me, I’m always getting screwed. I deserve better!” They constantly play the role of victim. If you know someone like this, and I’ll wager you do, consider sharing with them the story of Buck O’Neil. Buck O’Neil was born […]

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