The Men of Iron Minute
by Chad Zueck | Director of Content Creation
Buried in Glory
What does it take to be a king?
What does a man with a king’s vision look like?
What is the connection between masculinity and kingship?
“One of my definitions or summaries of masculinity comes from C.S. Lewis; it’s from Narnia. It’s when King Lune of Archenland says, “This is what it means to be a king: to be first in every desperate attack; to be last in every desperate retreat; and when there’s hunger in the land, as must be now and again in bad years, to wear finer clothes, and laugh louder at a scantier meal than any man in your land.” First in, last out, laughing loudest: that’s the pitch of masculinity. If there’s an option/if there’s a choice, he should be the first through the door. He gets to die first; that’s part of his glory. His glory is—not he gets to be the boss—he has the privilege of dying first.” Joe Rigney, A Framework for Manhood
Be a king.
Suffer with a smile.
Be a mentor.
Find a mentor.
Be a better man.
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