Interview by Ed Fell, MKP Hawaii Gordon Becker was born March 8, 1924. He completed the NWTA in...Read More
Category: Being Male
In my world anger is expensive fuel. Despite its extraordinary cost anger is expedient when compressed and used sparingly with discretion. Caution! Storage is problematic. Anger expands when contained and pressure relief is...Read More
I turn 65 this summer, if not a convenient act certainly symbolic. A life of high drama is running its final lap and the flowers in my garden are a constant reminder all living things have a season. My work has taken me into the...Read More
from the Lair of the Wild Man When my eyes opened this morning, my head had been working for some time already. I woke with a late-night conversation poking at my sensibilities and weighing on my heart. A man I have known only...Read More
by Steve Norcross When I was a kid, I feared powerful men. Now upon reflection, my fear was based on observations that were real. In the world I grew up in, many men were powerful to the extent that they were dominant if not...Read More
by Peter B. Perkins A husky child, that was me. Ample. Hefty. Beefy. In that by-gone time, children were a non-descript, average-size. On the other hand, I was conspicuous, distinct. My separation from the preponderance of...Read More
by Steve Norcross Women give and receive love as sentiment. Men give and receive love as action. Already I’m in trouble. I have made a sweeping generalization with many exceptions. In this time of discovering that men and women...Read More
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