The Old Man and the Sea, Brothers Karamazov, Critique of Pure Reason, Aristotle's Physics, Everything by Chesterton, The Lord of the Rings, Great Expectations
In a Better World, No Country for Old Man, James Bond, Good Will Hunting, Band of Brothers
Bourbon & Bitters, The Head and the Heart, Fleet Foxes, Mumford & Sons, Elliott Smith, Danny Schmidt,
"Andromache, dear one, why so desperate? Why so much grief for me? No man will hurl me down to Death, against my fate. And fate? no one alive has ever escaped it, neither brave man nor coward, I tell you-it's born with us the day that we are born." -Th Iliad
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"I am not sure they exist, but if they do: are they right? These definitions say they aren't.
If people think it's honorable to lie, cheat, and steal, this doesn't redefine "honorable," but only shows their lack of it."
"Kind of a case-in-point on the "opinions can be wrong" statement above. Something like childbirth that is distinctly womanly cannot be manly, whether you consider it "strong and courageous" or not. This is the same kind of…"
"I think women are very courageous and strong because they bear children. Which can lead them to die, still does, and did for many years in our early history.
Is child birth manly? If one connects courage and strength then, Yes it is.…"