Do not raise your sons to be your sons. They’re vaster than that.
We’re almost home when we experience good and bad in the same way.
The man is mature who is fully prepared to let go of everything.
One way to secure a measure of inner calm is to immediately delete “should” from our vocabulary. When we act from should, the act is corrupt. The true man does not contradict himself.
I know a man who went from fearing everything to fearing nothing. He tells me that his senses have sharpened, that he sees and hears with more acuity and that food tastes better.