Manhood is something that must be earned. Few, today, have earned it. It asks that you don’t complain about what you can’t control or what others are doing, instead doing all you can to make the lives of those around you better. It asks that you be a man, defend the weak, and do what must be done even if it goes against the grain or is a detriment to yourself. To man up is to rise to a call to action that isn’t a slight, but a challenge.
With all of this in mind we compromise our manhood and the values that men once stood for daily. We quiver under pressure. We run from pain and hide from adventure. We stay small, set small goals in order to avoid life.
Man up. Become something more than the sissy masses that look to others for a hand rather than lending their own.