Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Manhood Quotes from famous authors such as Alexander Berkman, Bayard Taylor, Tony Goldwyn, Evangeline Lilly, Cory Booker. Let’s look at these pieces of wisdom. We definitely have something to learn from them!
War paralyzes your courage and deadens the spirit of true manhood.
The Swedish language combines the strong manhood of the German with the delicate beauty of the Italian.
We’re raised to believe that asking for help – that not having all the answers – is a sign of weakness, somehow challenging our manhood.
I’m very proud of being a woman, and as a woman, I don’t even like the word ‘feminism’ because when I hear that word, I associate it with women trying to pretend to be men, and I’m not interested in trying to pretend to be a man. I don’t want to embrace manhood; I want to embrace my womanhood.
My dad set a clear model for me for what manhood was all about.
You go into Afghanistan, you got guys who slap women around for five years because they didn’t wear a veil. You know, guys like that ain’t got no manhood left anyway.
I’ve discovered new parts of my manhood, places I couldn’t get to without loving someone else unconditionally and putting others before myself.
Men are recognizing that they have been forced to conform to a very narrow and rather two-dimensional picture of maleness and manhood that they have never had the freedom to question.
Youth is a blunder; Manhood a struggle, Old Age a regret.
One thing about being a stand-up is it’s a one-man show. You gotta do everything. You’re the producer, writer, director, and the actor. You just gotta be out there and perform and give your all. It’s such an honest form of art that it just taught me so much, and it kind of prepared me for manhood at an early age.
All of us who are worth anything, spend our manhood in unlearning the follies, or expiating the mistakes of our youth.
In the America that I grew up in, men of Asia placed last in the hierarchy of manhood. They were invisible in the high-testosterone arenas of politics, big business, and sports. On television and in the movies, they were worse than invisible. They were embarrassing. We were embarrassing.
I played football the whole time I was growing up, and through two years of college. I think it’s a beautiful game in many respects, one that allows you to follow a player from boyhood through manhood.
A mother’s job… is very much to hold back the coming of manhood.
Now that we have a true leader who stands for family and has a loving relationship with his wife, maybe black men and women will follow their example. We have a lot of faith and trust in President Obama because his integrity thus far has shown us a new level of manhood, fatherhood and husbandhood.
The more consistent a father can be or a mentor can be in the person’s life and teach them principles of real solid manhood, character, integrity and leadership, the more consistent you can be in the person’s life and teach them those things at a younger age, and then the better off they’ll be.
Manhood coerced into sensitivity is no manhood at all.
I’m growing into my manhood body.
Many young men in the 1960s and 1970s came to reject some of the traditional ideas about manhood that many of their fathers tried to pass down – like unquestioning respect for authority even when that might mean killing and dying for questionable or unjust causes such as the Vietnam War.
The curse of covetousness is that it destroys manhood by substituting money for character.
The enormous responsibility and protectiveness a man has to feel towards his family when they are threatened was a revelation to me. I have now experienced manhood.
Wen wu contradicts the very American notion of John Wayne being the ideal of manhood. In the wen wu way of thinking, it’s much more important to restrain rather than exert yourself through brute power.
Peace hath higher tests of manhood, than battle ever knew.
I have confidence in my manhood to be able to cry at a movie or at a wedding, too.
More fundamentally, it is a dream that does not die with the onset of manhood: the dream is to play endlessly, past the time when you are called home for dinner, past the time of doing chores, past the time when your body betrays you past time itself.
We have not sought this conflict; we have sought too long to avoid it; our forbearance has been construed into weakness, our magnanimity into fear, until the vindication of our manhood, as well as the defence of our rights, is required at our hands.
The scariness of manhood to males may be symbolically seen in the many stories of indigenous Australian boys who ran away and hid in the bush as the time of initiation approached.
Unfortunately when you are a child prodigy there’s very few that have made the transition into manhood. That’s why I thank God for a full beard.
In the meanest are all the materials of manhood, only they are not rightly disposed.
My responsibility is always and everywhere the same: to see in my brother more even than the personality and manhood that are his. My task is always and everywhere the same: to see Christ himself.
I never saw war, so that is still my vision of manhood: Unitas standing courageously in the pocket, his left arm flung out in a diagonal to the upper deck, his right cocked for the business of passing, down amidst the mortals. Lock and load.
Ron Swanson is more than the MVP of the ‘Parks and Recreation’ squad, more than just the funniest character on TV – he’s the perfect depiction of aggrieved American manhood at the twilight of the empire.
It pays to cultivate popularity. It doubles success possibilities, develops manhood, and builds up character.
We went to open-mike night at a comedy club called Stanford & Sons and the comics were terrible. My cousin dared me to get up there and, well, he was challenging my manhood. I had to do it.
Malcolm X and Elijah Muhammad’s message made a whole lot of people feel whole again, human being again. Some of them came out and found a new meaning to their manhood and their womanhood.
There are alternate definitions of manhood in the West.
You have to stand guard over the development and maintenance of Islamic democracy, Islamic social justice and the equality of manhood in your own native soil.
People in Nevada know me from the street to the ring to the Senate chambers. I’ve never had to prove my manhood to anyone.
It is not often that idealism of student days finds adequate opportunity for expression in the later life of manhood.
I got a lot of flak; in Texas, football is not only the social thing you must do, but you do it also to prove your manhood. They all couldn’t conceive of why I’d want to stop to do ‘The Importance of Being Earnest.’