I recently attended the funeral of a close family member. A miserable service but in the midst of all those closest to us, a reassuring and comforting one. We are not alone in our grief and there are many who support us, even if from a great distance in space and time.
Old friend were there. Very old friends from childhood, old neighbours long since moved away, old cousins and great-uncles who I had heard news of but not seen in decades. A scattering of newer friends, introduced to the old.
With only a couple of exceptions, everyone there was Read More
First published on Return of Kings:
Romantic love is one of the most intense experiences you are ever likely to experience. But as with anything related to feelings, it has become exalted to moral and almost religious status in our over-feminized society.
A man should be aware of the power of love. He should not allow himself to be overpowered by it, losing all his mental faculties and common sense. Of all self improvement efforts, this can be the most difficult. Resistance training can be built up gradually over time, but love can hit like an unexpected freight train, knocking a fellow off his feet and leaving him floundering helplessly like a newborn baby. Young, inexperienced men seem most vulnerable to Cupid’s bow, but older gents are not immune to his spell, especially if the man is accomplished enough to win the attentions of a much younger woman. Understanding love may help a man to embrace its power without losing his direction.
Here are myths about love that you must recognize if you are to keep your head:
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Yes, it’s not a typical headline over here at the People’s Blog, but the time has come to cast away my amoral mask and to acknowledge the bottomless oceans of compassion and love that are bursting to escape the prison of my heart and squirt all over your upturned faces.
It’s this tear-jerking news article from Melbourne, Australia.
A rather rough looking fellow named Hassan Abdul-Rahim took umbrage at being asked to move his Merc to another window at a McDonald’s drive through. Disappointed and upset, he spat a monstrous amount of phlegm in the cashier’s face, managing to get some in her mouth.
The chap Read More