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There is a quiet and powerful campaign for men to “Mensch up.” What’s a Mensch? Webster’s says: n. Informal, pl., mensch·es, or mensch·en (m?n’sh?n). A person having admirable characteristics, such as fortitude and firmness of purpose:
Nietzsche wrote, “An uber-mensch as described by Zarathustra, is the one who is willing to risk all for the sake of enhancement of humanity.” You go, man.
If this Yiddish word conjures images of a Mel Brooks bit with a chorus line of Rabbis singing,” Be a Mensch! Be a Mensch,” we are on the same page.
Where are the Better Men?
Wayne Levine, is a remarkable mentor, coach, author and founder of the excellent organization, Bettermen.org. He leads workshops and seminars and is a catalyst for men to become the great guys they were meant to be. Check out his short, sweet, to the point, video clips on becoming a better man.
Wayne Levine is a’ better man’; as a result, the world is a better place. Any man, who teaches his brothers to lead from the heart, and become best men, fathers, husbands, and leaders, is a hero.
Levine says doing the work to be a better man is an inside job. You gotta have heart. He touches upon the importance of integrity, exercise, communication, friendship, exploration and transformation
It’s short, sweet and to the point…Advice ‘everyman’ should know.
Every once in awhile you run across something on the Internet that resonates on such a lofty level – you pause, catch your breath, and then wisely forward it to everyone you think would benefit from it.
You just might feel when you review his website.
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Who is the happiest of men? He who values the merits of others, and in their pleasure takes joy, even as though t’were his own.” Goethe
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