What does it mean to be a real man today? And what is "manhood," anyway? Is it biological, cultural, spiritual...? Real Natural Manhood: The Authentic Man's Guide to Courageous Manhood in the Modern World explores the central issue at the core of any man's life - how to gracefully leave behind boyhood, immaturity and fear, and enter bravely into the boundless strength and infinite joys of manhood.
Men today are lost. We can all feel that something's missing. But we're not quite sure what it is... We scavenge the past for clues that may help us unravel the mystery of manhood. But for better or for worse, the stalwart man of the depression era belongs to the 20s. The stoic, hard-drinking post WWII gentleman of the 50s is also gone. So what about now? What about today? To come into your own as a man in the modern world is perhaps more difficult than ever before. Cultures all over the world have traditionally "forced" upon their boys rites of passage, which were designed to bring them face to face with their own mortality and usher them, if grittily, into manhood.
So what then is manhood? What is it that today's man is utterly lacking? In short, men today flow through their lives unaligned. Unaligned with their hearts, unaligned with a purpose, unaligned with the very universe they live in, itself. It's like they're lost at sea without any land on the horizon. Yet every now and then you meet a real man... What is it about this man that strikes you as so real, so natural, so compelling, so...manly? You can't quite put your finger on it. It's not that he's muscular. Or successful. And even if you sharply observe and meticulously catalog all of his qualities, the whole is somehow much greater than the sum of its parts. It's something elusive, ineffable... What is it? This is question you'll investigate in Real Natural Manhood.
©2013 Vincent Vinturi (P)2013 Vincent Vinturi
Really enjoyed thus book, Very enlightening to say the least. Very helpful for where i am in my life as far as a man perspective. It was also great to hear the narrator say, for listening to this book i have tremendous courage. Very appreciative for receiving this information.
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