see more Glass heads on beach at sun­set If you’re like me, you were attract­ed to the Good Men Project because you want­ed to be a bet­ter man. I have news for you: you were born a good man. The key to see­ing that is in the iden­ti­fi­ca­tion of the aspects of your­self that make you ques­tion that; the aspects that need your atten­tion and heal­ing. Let me explain. Every boy born into this world is inno­cent. If you’ve ever held an infant, par­tic­u­lar­ly your own, you’ve prob­a­bly had a sense of the per­fec­tion and puri­ty of that young one. Just as we can view the corpse of a recent­ly depart­ed friend or broth­er and sense that they’re “not there,” we can look at a lit­tle one and sense that they’re more than what we see . We can sense an “old­ness” about them or an intel­li­gence. This has noth­ing to do with what they’ve accom­plished; they haven’t accom­plished any­thing we can ascer­tain at a few days or months old. But they seem to be far more than a minia­ture “blank slate”. Have you ever had that expe­ri­ence? If not, the next time you get to hold a baby, […]