Over time it has become a norm for a man to ALWAYS be a man, regardless. This phenomenon goes beyond any man made theory. It is a synthesis of nature itself or to put more correctly, it is God’s design. He had firstly created Adam for a reason obviously; to be His image on earth. And also created the chain of “eco-nature” with Man at the peak of it.
However, the society has for a long time undergone several phases of evolution, with the recent being the age of modernization. But despite this metamorphosis, not a single idea can upset the balance of nature: A man must always be a man.
In view of this, for a man to always be a man especially in this modern age, there are certain things every man MUST do or attempt to do in the least. Do these things and your self respect is forever secured, fail in these things and languish in self pity. Believe me these things are tough, and some of them emanated as a result of socio-cultural factors no doubt, remember nobody respects a weak man. Without much ado, here are 20 difficult things a man must do, you are warned.
1. HAVE A JOB, NO MATTER WHAT.
In order to make ends meet, in order to keep afloat. Do this rather than asking for a loan always.
2. SAY “I’M SORRY”
This is simpler than it’s imagined. Say it to a bro, say it to a chick. Do this after observing point 3.
3. ADMIT YOU ARE WRONG
4. HAVE A WORKOUT ROUTINE
Have you ever wondered why every artistic representation of a man is a muscular and ripped form?
5. FALL IN LOVE
This is unexplainable, but better experienced. Everyone has the right to love and be loved.
6. DRESS LIKE A BIG BOY
You might need to throw out some of your favorite brightly coloured T-shirts. Be regal in your looks.
7. BE BRUTALLY HONEST
I mean be sincere, not angry honest that leads to being perceived as evil.
8. OPEN A BOTTLE WITHOUT A BOTTLE OPENER
Except you have one as your key holder
9. PLAN ALL THE WAY TO THE END
This involves putting pen to paper, don’t be too smart not to do that. Always have some cheese on you, at least a couple of Naira.
Watch out for the concluding part.
Author: Deolu Laluwoye