St. Thomas Aquinas reminds us that love is simple, but not easy, and that true love can still exist in our modern world if we aim for it.
Aurelius reminds us that the consequences of anger are often worse than the cause of it. Let us explore some the myriad of results unchecked anger brings on our life.
Aurelius discusses how rejecting injuries makes them disappear. This advice matters more than ever as we combat victimhood in our culture.
Aurelius writes that a man's soul is dyed by his thoughts. Even more that that, though, a man's life is dictated by good and bad consumption.
Our culture continually prompts us to spend and acquire in a form of artificial neediness. Here is why this is damaging to your soul as a man.
The temptation to overshare is rife on social media. It's a way to appear good and advance among our friends. Why is this dangerous though?
It is easy to fall for the self-delusion of hidden strength. It is far better to pursue consistent growth by getting 1% better every day.
Frivolity has increased as men vie for views and likes on social media. Learn why masculinity embraces seriousness in this short reflection.
In order to become a more balanced and active man, we must keep daily account of our life with an examination of conscience.
We will soon go into the desert of our souls and undertake our own group Exodus 90 journey. Here's a brief intro to the what's and why's.