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Fear, Pride, & Comfort

I started Silent Images 10 years ago because I love listening to people’s stories. We all have a story and sharing our stories seems to connect us in ...

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How does a man honor his wild?

There’s this caricature of male wildness that looks like some event, some big pep rally type scenario that seeks a lot of attention from other people,...

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How does a man honor the present?

That’s another good question. And for most men, sort of a stumper. Most of us are so swept up by all the things we’ve got going on that the question o...

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How does a man honor the future?

Some men live almost exclusively in the future, always planning for what’s around the corner, just over the next ridge. While some might call these me...

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Interview with Michael Yarbrough

We first met Mike Yarbrough about a year ago. He's local to us and shares much of the same passions to see men grow in the old school wisdom and class...

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We Need You

Gentlemen,


Do you remember Popeye the Sailor Man? The cartoon character who would see his friends or even himself bullied by the hands of Brutus, until...

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Tis The Season

We were friends by way of a stack of cassette tapes. His name is Robert Bly, the author of the much loved/much hated book Iron John. On one of Bly’s t...

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20 Ways to Honor Your Mother

“The woman who is a good wife, a good mother, is entitled to our respect as is no one else; but she is entitled to it only because, and so long as, sh...

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Graduation Tip: Don't be a Jerk

About this time every year you see someone write a “letter to my younger self.” Letters like that are fun to write and usually enjoyable to read and t...

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Dressing The Part: George Washington

Last year I had the opportunity to visit the National Museum of American History. I don’t think I could have appreciated it in my youth as I have as a...

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Qualities of Men & Boots

There is a nearly universal principle that leads a man towards gratitude: whatever comfort he enjoys is in small or great part due to the toil of men ...

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The Lure of Hard Work

In the summer of 1927, the residents of Washington, D.C. were newly reminded that the nation’s capital had been built upon swamp land. The air was hum...

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