You Haven’t “Lived” as a Man Until…
You’ve raced an expensive European sports car.
You’ve been in grave danger and made it out alive.
You’ve used your “power” as a man to help others for no other reason than you can and it was the right thing to do.
You’ve defended someone who couldn’t defend themselves.
Your wife swooned as she looked you in the eyes and told you how much she respects and admires you.
You’ve felt the “drape” of a fine handmade suit.
You’ve smoked a rich Cuban cigar.
You’ve had a professional shoe shine.
You’ve known the loyalty and companionship of a good dog.
You’ve been a dad (not just fathered a child).
You stayed faithful to one good woman your entire life.
Question: What other experiences do you think enriches a man’s life?
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