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Courage

Started this discussion. Last reply by Douglas Aldrich Aug 12, 2013. 4 Replies

Hi AoM CommunityCourage and bravery are often seen as very manly virtues. Some seem to ooze courage while others seem to be shy away a the first sign of trouble. My question is do we think courage is…Continue

Well Here I Am

Started this discussion. Last reply by Cal Jun 12, 2013. 3 Replies

Fantastic I'm up and running on the Art of Manliness community. I'm Daryl and am 31 from Essex in the UK. I first discovered the AOM a while back and loved it so I bought the boxset. While reading…Continue

 

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Regular Joe replied to Daryl Millard's discussion Cricket
"But I grew up around baseball so I get it. ;)"
Apr 3
Regular Joe replied to Daryl Millard's discussion Cricket
"I'm Canadian. ;) "
Apr 3
Regular Joe replied to Daryl Millard's discussion Cricket
"LOL!"
Apr 3
Regular Joe replied to Daryl Millard's discussion Cricket
"If cricket ever has a chance at mainstream acceptance in North America, it's definitely the T20 format. There's zero mainstream apetite for multi-day test cricket or even ODI cricket over here. The only people who are into test and ODI are…"
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Regular Joe replied to Daryl Millard's discussion Art of Manliness
"I suspect there wouldn't be much interest. But I'd comments based on what little I know about it. ;)"
Feb 26
Regular Joe replied to Daryl Millard's discussion Art of Manliness
"You should post some cricket-related articles."
Feb 26
Regular Joe replied to Daryl Millard's discussion Art of Manliness
"For more long-term purposes, you could also take screenshots and save them as images, or you could get a browser plugin that would "print" (convert) the article into a PDF file that you could re-use in the future."
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"You could always just paste the link into your profile it gives you a section to add stuff at the bottom"
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Daryl Millard replied to Brad Williams's discussion Masculinity and Violence
"I can't believe the above comments about women and violence. PLEASE check this link and you will quickly understand that any man would do well to follow the lead of these…"
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Douglas Aldrich replied to Daryl Millard's discussion Courage
"I can't help but agree. If you enable yourself to be put in positions (at will) that are gradually more and more fearful to you, and respond, and then learn from your response, it will greatly help you."
Aug 12, 2013
TKM replied to Daryl Millard's discussion Courage
"I'm with Thomas, I also believe we can all improve our courage; and I think that we improve our courage with experience and exposure.   The more you're exposed to something, the more experience you gain, and the more courage you gain…"
Aug 12, 2013
Thomas replied to Daryl Millard's discussion Courage
"I absolutely believe that we can all improve our ability to be courageous. I'm deathly afraid of heights, even if I'm only a few feet off the ground, I start to get nervous really quickly. Something I decided to do last year was take one…"
Aug 12, 2013
Claude replied to Daryl Millard's discussion Courage
"In social situations and at work, I consider myself a bit of a coward.  Everyone likes me at work, mainly because I rarely let on when something pisses me off, and I worry about offending.  In social situations i can do great with…"
Aug 12, 2013
Daryl Millard posted a discussion

Courage

Hi AoM CommunityCourage and bravery are often seen as very manly virtues. Some seem to ooze courage while others seem to be shy away a the first sign of trouble. My question is do we think courage is something that can be improved and how? How can we test just how courageous we are in our everyday life as not all of us can go off and tackle the great mental and physical challenges that we all see as courageous? How would you judge yourself or is that down to those around us to judge us? I look…See More
Aug 12, 2013
Todd Serveto replied to Daryl Millard's discussion Well Here I Am
"Great to have you on board Daryl!  Hope you find a lot of good insight here."
Jun 12, 2013

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My Family, Cricket, Rugby, Gardening, Cooking, Darts, Cider, Whiskey, Good Food, Keeping Fit
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The Art of Manliness and Manvotionals, Anything autobiographical or Philisophical
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Not really a film watcher
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Trance, Techno, House.
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The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy

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