Compensatory reparations should be limited to the harms of the Jim Crow era. The post Should the U.S. Provide Reparations for Slavery and Jim Crow? appeared first on The Good Men Project.
A concussion gave him the tour of his life he needed to be in the present moment. The post How To Be Here—Avoiding Fear, Anxiety, and Regret, with Rob Bell appeared first on The Good Men Project.
The play's historical tale of African American fighter pilots highlights many of the same issues we're facing today. The post Fly Takes Off at the New Victory Theater appeared first on The Good Men Project.
On this episode of The Go-Giver podcast, author and entrepreneur Dave Kerpen shows you how to create buy-in and commitment by developing your people skills. The post How to Develop Your People Skills appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Looking out from the open heart of this ancient oak, one sees its younger siblings growing underneath its protective shadow. The post A Thousand Years Old and Just Getting Started appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Jesse Kornbluth on the life of an incredibly inspiring poet. The post Love Everyone: The Transcendent Wisdom of Neem Karoli Baba Told Through the Stories of the Westerners Whose Lives He Transformed appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Who wants to always be reminded that relationships take work? The post Comment of the Day: ‘Who wants a relationship without romantic feeling?’ appeared first on The Good Men Project.
My Picks This Week If dear old Dad has low expectations for Father’s Day this year (because you tend to get him socks and/or chintzy mugs), why not surprise him with something special that he’ll truly enjoy and have some fun with? As usual, Huckberry has assembled what might be the best collection of Father’s […]
Have hopeful paramours become increasingly fragile in accepting the truth of lackluster chemistry? Ben Dutka alleges it's okay admit when you're not feeling it. The post Why I’m Allowed To Say I’m Not Attracted To You appeared first on The Good Men Project.
X-Men Apocalypse is a failed attempt at trying to bring this powerful villain to the big screen I have mixed feelings about the X-Men movies. I really liked the first film that came out in 2000 and X2 a few years later was awesome yet X-Men 3 was a thoroughly disappointing movie. Show More Summary
The one that got away is the most important person you'll meet in your life. The post A Thank You to the Love that Got Away appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Or maybe should the title be, "When you think yourself out of everything"? The post 8 Signs That You Overthink Everything appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Prerna Bakshi describes what hearing, but not being heard feels like. The post I Can Hear You appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Matthew Rozsa discusses the role of police in a democratic society. — As a progressive, I’ve found there is an argument that seems to be effective in debates with conservatives on law and order issues. What I’ll say is that police officers...Show More Summary
Stanley Franks learns that he has a rare condition, in which he can only utter 1500 more words before he dies. Andrew Chaplin’s darkly comic short film looks at how Stanley chooses to use his remaining words, after wasting most of them reacting to his condition.
Is it possible that no entity is capable of sufficiently fulfilling the demands we've placed on the US government? A fact- and figure-free essay of inquiry. The post Are We Asking Too Much From Government? appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Alex Yarde's take on DC Comics "Reverse Flashpoint" (see what I did there) DC Rebirth and the ramifications! The post DC Universe Rebirth #1 : Postpartum appeared first on The Good Men Project.
(Flashing lights) CineFix shares its picks of movies whose greatness lay in throwing convention out the window. There are movies that acknowledge the audience, movies that don’t have stories, and movies that were made by Andrei Tarkovsky.
Mondo celebrates the 25th anniversary of David Cronenberg’s dark sci-fi drama by making its soundtrack available on vinyl for the very first time. The haunting jazz score was composed by Howard Shore, Ornette Coleman and the London Philharmonic Orchestra.
The School of Life talks about the common factors that influence our sense of self-worth. Whatever the cause, it’s important to realize that we should accept and love ourselves, and that comparing ourselves to others is pointless.