Departures
Jul03

Departures

Daigo Kobayashi lives with his wife Mika in Tokyo. He plays the cello in a struggling symphonic orchestra. As the movie opens, the orchestra where he plays for a living is disbanded by the owner. Daigo’s dreams are crushed. He was going to be a famous musician and the concert halls of the world were […]

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Initiation rites for boys
Oct11

Initiation rites for boys

Hi Men, A mother and friend expressed in the comments of my blog post “The terror of young men” pain over a lack of programs, rites and rituals for boys. Many mothers of boys in this world – especially single mums – wish for programs like these. Now, I know these exist, but I haven’t […]

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The Lion King
Sep27

The Lion King

Today we don’t have any myths to tell our children in the modern world. Fortunately we can rely on the myths that are transmitted through the movies. A good example of a movie that I let my boys watch is Disney’s modern classic The Lion King since it contains many good lesions for a boy […]

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Men living with heart

We need of a new, positive discourse about masculinity. We need to stop focusing on the problems or the conflicts. We need to own and live the beauty of manhood.

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San Diego Boys to Men conducts second father-son Rite of Passage Adventure
Jun23

San Diego Boys to Men conducts second father-son Rite of Passage Adventure

by George Selders The San Diego Center of Boys To Men completed their second Father-Son Weekend this past April. Thirteen fathers attended the weekend, supporting fifteen boys as they participated in their Rite of Passage Adventure (ROPA).  In one case, two young brothers were fortunate to have both their father and their grandfather present for their initiatory entry into manhood. Another father was blessed to have two sons...

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