Episode 15: Brotherhood

by | Jul 25, 2019

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Civilizations of ancient times had established the idea of a brotherhood to help keep the aggression, assertiveness and friendly competition in check with one another. It was used as a reason and way to push each other to be better than they were the previous day. It was a form of accountability that made men thrive and civilization as a whole. Scott and Anthony talk about brotherhood and the need to bring this lost establishment back to society today.

We talk about competition and where it is a healthy way for men to test their mettle and appreciation for other men and why it makes life more enjoyable to have the playing field to see how well you can play up to your own personal ability with other men.

Boys will be boys: We feature Daniel Konzelman of Washington State who jumps into a train wreck to help save peoples lives. https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2017/12/19/eagle-scout-among-heroes-chaotic-moments-after-amtrak-derailment/963994001/

Episode 15: Brotherhood

Civilizations of ancient times had established the idea of a brotherhood to help keep the aggression, assertiveness and friendly competition in check with one another. It was used as a reason and way to push each other to be better than they were the previous day. It was a form of accountability that made men thrive and civilization as a whole. Scott and Anthony talk about brotherhood and the need to bring this lost establishment back to society today.

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