A Childhood Scar Alters Over Time

A Childhood Scar Alters Over Time

James Anthony Ellis Editor, Legacy Magazine Somewhere in the hazy backdrop that is a childhood found on Cambay Lane in Huntington Beach, early 1970s, you would find two young boys. Best friends. Jamie Jordan and Jimmy Ellis. Born six months apart, but still considered...
I Forgive You Mom

I Forgive You Mom

There are physical scars. And there are other kinds of scars. This story is a bit about both. You see, I have scars. One of them happens to be a burn mark that constitutes a quarter of my face. You can’t miss it, and neither can I. As an infant, I somehow...
Cuts Both Ways

Cuts Both Ways

Dan Kempner Columnist Some people peak early. I was one such. My glory years were in middle school. We’d moved back to a small town in Westchester County, New York, and I was a little taller, with a bit more of a well-knit, man-like frame compared to the other young...
The Many Scars of Men

The Many Scars of Men

Below are a few of the scars men of Mentor Discover Inspire were willing to share with a public audience. Everyone has one form of scar or another, having lived a full life, so far. Here is a sampling, revealed freely and in trust. Dylan StewartMy greatest scar was an...
The First Cut Is The Deepest

The First Cut Is The Deepest

Craig Jones Columnist   I was thinking about the earliest scars of my boyhood, the ones which I still wear, the ones which track time, like knowing where you were when JFK was shot or when Abbey Road came out, and came up with two. The First Was from scratching...