Great Golf, Great Food and Great Results

Doug Ernst, David Horobin and Rob Wetzel of Sequoia Men’s Division, Western Region, took part in the June Napa Valley golf tournament to raise money for the American Legion building renovation fund and for Pathway Homes, which supports Veterans. Their other teammate,...

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It Is Never About The Surface Loss

It Is Never About The Surface Loss

James Anthony Ellis Legacy Magazine Editor Shit, 57, you couldn't knock that dying quail down? It all started with a pass play that never should have resulted in a catch and then a loss for the Miami Dolphins. It was December 21, 1974, the first round of the playoffs....

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Letting Go of Marci By Embracing Her

Letting Go of Marci By Embracing Her

Bryce Honstead MDI Contributor March 19, 2009 was the worse day of my life. My sister Marci died this day. And it was then I knew that life would never be the same. In an instant, in a moment, when it happened, I immediately felt completely lost. Scared. Alone. My...

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What Pains You Now?

What Pains You Now?

As always, it's good to hear from the men on the topic at hand. On any topic, it's good to go to the collective wisdom of the men and see what is to be shared and revealed. This month we hear from the men posting on social media, in answer to this question: "What...

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For the Tear

For the Tear

James Anthony Ellis Legacy Magazine Editor From the Legacy Productions' book "Tears: And Other Gifts from the Realm of Emotion." In 1996, a year before I did the Sterling Men's Weekend, I was deeply involved in the healing field, embracing specific techniques to heal...

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Moving On – The Cost Of Not Grieving

Moving On – The Cost Of Not Grieving

Matt Coddington MDI Contributor When I think of grieving, I always associate it with a person who has died. Have I truly grieved the deaths of the people closest to me throughout my life up to this point? I have not. I’m not sure why. But I know deep down I haven’t....

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Grieving The Loss Of My Dad

Grieving The Loss Of My Dad

Brian Childers MDI Contributor January 22, 1965 was the day that my father put a .45 Auto in his mouth and took his life.  I was 13.  It was the day that we got a telephone call that forever fractured our family and that began the downward spiral of my...

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I Guess I’m Still Human

I Guess I’m Still Human

Sandt Litchfield Guest Contributor I sometimes question my humanity. Am I alive? Am I feeling? Am I too detached? Am I OK? Am I even human? I was inspired to write about the topic of “the power of grieving“ in relation to my dear Uncle Jacques, a man who was my friend...

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