Today I want to continue discussing the heart of a man as we look at this question: What is it that men really want?
In Dr. Armand Nicholi’s book The Question of God, he says this is what he’s observed about the faculty and students at Harvard, “They avoid examining their lives, and they do not seem to want to understand themselves. They are afraid of what they might discover.”
Is this true of us as men? Are we afraid to confront the truth about ourselves? I am reminded of a quote by George Gilder: “Men lust, but they do not know what for. They wander and lose track of the goal. They fight and compete, but they forget the prize. They spread seed, but spurn the seasons of growth. They chase power and glory but miss the meaning of life.” We are all in search of something. What are you looking for?