Question of The Week By The Brotherhood of Men
There really aren’t any unknown laws of manhood. There are things in men’s lives that they need to do to have a great and masculine life.
Men have purposes and it needs to be at the top of objectives to find out what that purpose is. Most times that purpose is something that is bigger than them. They are helping other people to achieve their purpose. That could be through a service-based life. Like being the best employee you can be for your employer.
You could also be that you need to join up with a charity or even start a charity. There is a chance that you see a need that isn’t filled. Therefore you may have the purpose of starting a business and helping the local community by providing a product that enriches their life. There really is a lot of options you can do.
The objective of this is to live your life to the fullest. Don’t sit around wishing that you can do something. Get up off the dirt and do it. take action. face that fear you have that it won’t work. You never know till you try. Your uncle who is shooting down your ideas doesn’t know. Your parents don’t know. You don’t know till you act.
Men are meant to protect their families. Provide for their family, and lead their family. You do this by making sure you take care of yourself. By working on your Mind, Body, Soul, and building a community of men who can help you.
What are beliefs? At the root, these are thoughts that you perceive to be true. As we walk through life we gather different beliefs. We see something that catches our eye and we decide whether we will put it into our basket of beliefs. As we continue through life that basket starts to fill up. There are times that we have to trade one belief for another or we struggle to try to keep both beliefs in the basket. Yet our basket is so full that we start going down avenues of suffering because we are trying so hard to make sure we keep all the beliefs together though they clearly don’t all fit.
The cool thing about beliefs is that though we use them to define us we can actually take a belief out of our basket and set it down. If it doesn’t serve us anymore. If we find a prettier stone that would fit just nicely in our basket we may have to put the old belief down for someone else to find. It doesn’t hurt you to change your beliefs often if you look at a belief long enough you will see that it’s not quite as alluring as you once thought and so it doesn’t do you any harm to set that belief down and go about your day.
You are able to get a better knowledge of yourself as you examine your beliefs. As you read you are able to find new nuggets of beliefs