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Figuring out what to do with your life

Started this discussion. Last reply by Brad Williams Nov 14, 2013. 31 Replies

(This could probably very well go under Money and Career also.)I'm 20 years old and in college at the moment, majoring in music, and honestly, I have no idea what to do with my life, as far as what…Continue

Best diet plans?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Adrian Miranda Oct 15, 2013. 34 Replies

I'm new to the pursuit of a healthy lifestyle, but I've recently taken on such an endeavor. Started P90x a few weeks ago and realize that exercising while still eating like garbage is not…Continue

Top Manliest albums or musicians?

Started this discussion. Last reply by KeN Dec 13, 2013. 30 Replies

As an avid music fanatic, I have to ask, what are some of what you consider to be the manliest albums you own or listen to? Or your top manliest artists if that would be easier.I'll post mine after…Continue

A big Howdy from Mississippi

Started this discussion. Last reply by Patrick DeVaughn Sep 15, 2013. 4 Replies

After carefully keeping up with the AoM blog posts for a long time, I've finally decided to join this forum.Name's Patrick, and I'm from the great state of Mississippi. I am a Christian. I really…Continue

 

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KeN replied to Patrick DeVaughn's discussion Top Manliest albums or musicians?
"When I think of Manliest artists and music the first one that jumps at me is Zakk Wylde and Metalica."
Dec 13, 2013
Stephen Lindenmayer replied to Patrick DeVaughn's discussion Balancing Spirituality and Manliness
"I find there's a big difference in turning the other cheek and protecting ones family and honor.  Being a man means you understand the right time and right place for being stern.  There are times where it's more "manly"…"
Nov 20, 2013
Ricky replied to Patrick DeVaughn's discussion Balancing Spirituality and Manliness
"Will, first I didn't say the whole of the supposed authors of the Christian Canon - but the actual  words attributed to Christ - in context - both culturally and historically - it took me years of advanced…"
Nov 17, 2013
Ricky replied to Patrick DeVaughn's discussion Balancing Spirituality and Manliness
"J8ust a couple of points. Men and women whether they believe in God or don't,  can be awesome people.  People of faith don't have the corner on the morals, manliness, honesty - and all good things taught by…"
Nov 17, 2013
Brad Williams replied to Patrick DeVaughn's discussion Balancing Spirituality and Manliness
"I will put this out there for the edification of those atheists here and those who are on the fence, perhaps on the road to giving up whatever religion you practice.  If you are religious, I'm not trying to poke fun at you or ruffle your…"
Nov 17, 2013
Brown Fox replied to Patrick DeVaughn's discussion Balancing Spirituality and Manliness
"I haven't read the rest of the posts, but I know one of the reasons I rejected Christianity is because it seemed like an emasculating religion. I was brought up as a Methodist under my mother's religion. On my father's side,…"
Nov 16, 2013
Ricky replied to Patrick DeVaughn's discussion Balancing Spirituality and Manliness
"If I can ask - Are there things about your faith that don't seem rational but you accept anyway -- like someone coming back from the dead after 3 days - or a virgin birth? And if you find these things not rational - How did you come to a…"
Nov 16, 2013
Brad Williams replied to Patrick DeVaughn's discussion Figuring out what to do with your life
"Thanks"
Nov 14, 2013
Augustin replied to Patrick DeVaughn's discussion Figuring out what to do with your life
"Have you not spoken to any career advisers? Or your lecturers/tutors?"
Nov 13, 2013
Nick Ryan replied to Patrick DeVaughn's discussion Figuring out what to do with your life
"this is an amazing worldview and I need to unpack it some more. Thanks for sharing Brad. "
Nov 5, 2013
David F. replied to Patrick DeVaughn's discussion Figuring out what to do with your life
"Glad you are happy! Sounds like a great way to get to a stable happy place.  Glad you jumped professions for your family.  I'm sure others would have thought of divorce. "
Nov 5, 2013
Brad Williams replied to Patrick DeVaughn's discussion Figuring out what to do with your life
"That's a really cool story."
Nov 4, 2013
Rick Shelton replied to Patrick DeVaughn's discussion Figuring out what to do with your life
"I've had many iterations of my life.  I joined the military just after high school as a computer tech, got out after 7 years and got a job in a small computer store fixing computers.  After about 8 months of that and not making enough…"
Nov 4, 2013
Rob replied to Patrick DeVaughn's discussion Figuring out what to do with your life
"I'm not going to offer you any advise but I will tell you where I am at. I spent thirteen years working on a oil rig and climbed the ranks to become the Driller making $180,000 Canadian a year. This job required me to be away from my family for…"
Nov 4, 2013
Brad Williams replied to Patrick DeVaughn's discussion Figuring out what to do with your life
"I have a very different take on this, for what it's worth.  I don't think jobs are what give satisfaction, much in the same way that plowing fields and milking cows in itself is probably not very satisfying -- but drinking the milk…"
Nov 3, 2013
Jeff replied to Patrick DeVaughn's discussion Figuring out what to do with your life
"Don’t worry about what you are going to do, since that is almost impossible to figure out since there are going to be so many outside influences that you are going to miss the mark more than hit it.  Rather, think about what you want to…"
Nov 2, 2013

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"http://community.artofmanliness.com/forum/topics/the-red-pill?commentId=2357106%3AComment%3A1787784 Notice that little squiggly thing at the end... it looks like this one >>> ? <<< That's called a "question mark".…"
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"Are you imply that we shouldn't be judging them by their words? which is the only thing we have to judge them by.  If it looks like a bunch of "men" bitching about women what evidence do we have to think that it is anything else?"
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Penelope replied to Vince's discussion college:problem with procrastination
"Study 2 or 3 subjects at a time, beginning about 45 days before the exam on each subject."
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Pale Horse replied to Nick's discussion Th lonely life of full-time pastors
"If the congregation doesn't think that pastors have their own problems, then that's an issue with the congregation, not the pastor. From what I gather, much loneliness for pastors comes from the problems created by being both close friend…"
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