Thursday, October 23, 2008
Gentleman, start your engines.. But don't forget to turn em off!
You know how in NASCAR (even if you don't) there's always that famous one liner "Genteleman, start your engines"? Well, I'm not going to compare my life to NASCAR, I actually don't like racing all that much really. My attempt in saying this is that I've given you some unequivocal evidence that this blog has started, simple as that. So, Let me preface this blog by saying that all men have been given the responsibility to be a husband, a father, a brother, a son or a friend and finding your ultimate identity and purpose in life will be one of the most rewarding experiences you will ever have. The good news is, it never ends! For as long as you're alive, whether you are six or ninety-six, you will continue to discover who you are, and why you are. If you've come here expecting some guiding light to manhood, leave now. If you've come here to find out why you need to become the man you were meant to be, then read now. My goal here is t0 evaluate the effect that our society has on males of every race and age. I apologize now if you are offended in anyway, as it is not my intention. If you don't agree, I encourage open discussion (not debate). Arguing is one of the things we need to work on as men anyway so why even try? Let's turn off the engines now so we can hear what our lives are saying to us. Enjoy...
Posted by Food Meet Lens at 9:37 PM