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To be a Man I Must Remember to Live as ‘If’

Follow Rudyard Kipling's advice in stanza three of his infamous love-worn poem to better understand the riddle of being a man. The post To be a Man I Must Remember to Live as ‘If’ appeared first on The Good Men Project.
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