Zachary Stucki
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What defines moral cowardice and moral courage?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Zachary Stucki Mar 19. 6 Replies

I would love to hear anyone's thoughts on the definition of the two, and the differences. Why are they so crucial to manliness?Continue

Quotes

Started this discussion. Last reply by Brown Fox Jan 22. 56 Replies

We all have those quotes that live with us forever. What is yours?Continue

Tags: strong, overcome, Manliness, Quotes

The Best Spy Books

Started this discussion. Last reply by SB Jul 10, 2012. 15 Replies

I'm in a pickle. I have been reading a lot of classic literature lately. I am working my way through Common Sense by Thomas Paine; however there are only so many classics a man can take. I want a…Continue

 

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Zachary Stucki replied to Matt's discussion Lost Romance
"I have some thoughts about this. I have been married for over a year now and while I'm no expert, I do have some thoughts: 1-The simple things mean a lot. By small and simple things are great things brought to pass. I would suggest finding…"
Mar 19
Zachary Stucki replied to Mason Deane's discussion Thoughts on the Venus Project?
"This sounds like communism to me. I am not for it. Focusing on scarcity causes people and wants help build society."
Mar 19
Zachary Stucki replied to Zachary Stucki's discussion What defines moral cowardice and moral courage?
"Excellent thoughts. Follow up: How does one cultivate Moral Courage? How does one slip into Moral Cowardice?"
Mar 19
William W. How replied to Zachary Stucki's discussion What defines moral cowardice and moral courage?
"Courage is defined with respect to human nature and terrible things like pain and death.  Cowardice is the lack or opposite of courage."
Mar 19
Stephen Jashub Comstock replied to Zachary Stucki's discussion What defines moral cowardice and moral courage?
"+1"
Mar 19
Pale Horse replied to Zachary Stucki's discussion What defines moral cowardice and moral courage?
"^ This."
Mar 19
Jack Bauer replied to Zachary Stucki's discussion What defines moral cowardice and moral courage?
"Moral courage is keeping your own counsel even when your answer makes you unpopular, or worse.  Moral cowardice is bending to the will of the mob to save your own neck, or status, or to avoid being called names, or whatever. That…"
Mar 19
Zachary Stucki posted a discussion

What defines moral cowardice and moral courage?

I would love to hear anyone's thoughts on the definition of the two, and the differences. Why are they so crucial to manliness?See More
Mar 19
Brown Fox replied to Zachary Stucki's discussion Quotes
""Live! Live! Live! Life is a banquet, and most poor sons-of-bitches are starving to death!" Mame Dennis "When I die and stand before God, He will not ask me, 'Why were you not Moses?' He will ask me, 'Why were you not…"
Jan 22
Brown Fox replied to Zachary Stucki's discussion Quotes
"I've always loved this quite, but could never remember the whole thing."
Jan 22
Stuart Charles replied to Zachary Stucki's discussion Quotes
"Haha, Sir Terry Pratchett, he's a fine man."
Jan 22
HW Edwards replied to Zachary Stucki's discussion Quotes
""You miss 100% of the shots you don't take." - Wayne Gretzky "Quick beats hard any day of the week." - Rod Gilbert Both hockey quotes, but they've struck with me since I was a kid."
Jan 22
Richard replied to Zachary Stucki's discussion Quotes
"“What is bad?  All that proceeds from weakness.” --Fredrich Nietzche   “The only mistakes you can learn from are the ones you survive”   “The only rules that matter are these: What a man can do and what a…"
Jan 20
Jay D replied to Zachary Stucki's discussion Quotes
"Strength lies in calmness - my grandpa, took me around twenty years to understand it. "So i said fuck it to myself and went on to do it anyway, the beginning of every great decision" Sam Sheridan"
Jan 20
Liam Hirst replied to Zachary Stucki's discussion Quotes
""Few people have the wisdom to prefer the criticism that would do them good, to the praise that deceives them."  "
Jan 20
Dish replied to Zachary Stucki's discussion Quotes
""Theres things gnaw at a man worse than dying" -Kevin Costner as Charlie Waite, Open Range "We're all travelers in this world. From the sweet grass to the packing house. Birth 'til death. We travel between the…"
Jan 19

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Interests
Cycling, Running, Crossfit, I love the Humanities.
Books
Anything by Charles Dickens or Shakespeare, The Poetry of Rudyard Kipling, The Lord of the Rings, The Action Hero's Handbook, The John Carter of Mars Series, Anything with Spies.
Movies
Anything with Spies-Classic Connery James Bond, Casino Royale (Daniel Craig), Inception, The Saint, The A-Team, The Bourne Series. Classic Cinema- Charade, Roman Holiday, Spartacus, Casablanca, Sabrina, Exodus, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. Indiana Jones Series, Back to the Future.
Music
JAZZ: Frank Sinatra/ the Rat Pack, Peter Cincotti, John Pizzarellin, Jane Monheit, Emilie-claire Barlow,
Rock: We Shot The Moon, The Feeling, Classic 80's Hair Rock.
Trance Music, Dance Music.
Quote
You Ban Fa (There is a Way). -Michael Hoer
Aequalis omnes-Equal to all.
Awake, my sons; put on the armor of righteousness. Shake off the chains with which ye are bound, and come forth out of obscurity and arise from the dust. (The Book of Mormon: 2 Nephi 1:23)

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