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But it was the image of these men straining and sweating, risking life and limb to provide for and feed their families that really caught my attention. There has been a copious amounts of hand wringing lately about the state of modern men, about the fact that men appear to be falling behind in life and seem unmotivated and listless.
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Plenty of theories have been offered as to what is behind these statistics. Some say the economy is to blame , as traditionally male industries have been moved off shore or gone extinct. That one was the man killer. To me the modern world is the best possible world to live in, without a doubt. At the same time, no matter how unmitigated a good is, there are always unintended consequences that we have to grapple with.
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And the unintended consequence of modern life is that men feel lost and adrift. We live in the civilization they created, but within us the wilderness still lingers. What they dreamed, we live, and what they lived, we dream. Over tens of thousands of years, our manly ancestors evolved unique psychological traits that helped them survive and thrive in a dangerous, hardscrabble world. The modern society we enjoy today represents a mere blink in the long history of humanity.
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And so we have a mismatch, where for men in the developed world the inner elements of masculinity remain unchanged, while the outer landscape in which those elements exist has been dramatically altered. Instead of spending most of our time outside each day, we spend the majority of it inside. Instead of braving the elements, we spend our time in climate-controlled environments.
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Instead of making things with our hands, we select items from the hundreds that line the aisles of gigantic stores. Instead of hunting down our dinner, we buy our meat pre-cut, in Styrofoam containers.
Instead of being looked to as leaders of the tribe, we see ourselves lampooned in the media as bumbling and inept. The primal elements of masculinity sit within us like a well-trained regiment of soldiers that is ready and itching to fight, but sits waiting restlessly, and endlessly, in reserve.
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Core aspects of the male psyche lie dormant, and men find themselves as square pegs trying to fit into a round hole. Having butted up against this mismatch over and over again, men are feeling angry and restless, losing their motivation, and giving up.
There are many more pundits who like to describe the problem with men today than actually propose a solution. Your sun has set. Get in touch with your feelings, become more nurturing, and train to join the thriving, and traditionally female-dominated careers like nursing.
The square peg is told to smooth off his sharp corners. They could, however, be true, and the Reader is invited to ponder this.
Why do mirrors seem to invert left and right but not up and down? How do we know whether strawberries taste the same for everyone? Where is it written that we must observe the law, and if it is not written, why should we observe it? What if we could swap brains-or the rest of our bodies?