Manhood Training with Lenon Honor Episode 15

Talk with Lenon Honor: www.lenonhonor.com/consultations

Lecture series for men: http://lenonhonor.com/raising-up-masculinity-honoring-the-penis-and-embracing-manhood-as-a-sacred-institution/

Books by Lenon Honor: www.lenonhonor.com/books

I have received such a wonderful response from men and women concerning this series and I am going to keep it going. Out of this series I have also done many personal consultations with young men who are working on their thoughts, their words, and their actions. One of the most important things that any young man can do is to commit himself to his own personal development. My own commitment to my own personal development as a man has served me well and has allowed me to establish a positive relationship with my wife. We have been in a positive relationship for 15 years and we have 5 beautiful children. My family is the most important thing to me and this is precisely why I speak about my family so much.
Recently I was talking to a good friend of mine named Salahdeen and we were talking about how there are men who have a wife and children but never talk about their wife or children. In some cases, when they talk about their wife and children they speak with negativity. This is the result of a lack of priority. If a man’s family is important to him then he will enjoy talking about his wife. If a man’s children are important to him then he will enjoy talking about his children. If a man does not talk about his wife or children it is because his family is not important to him; his family, it not his priority. We talk about what is most important to us. This is why I talk about my family so much.
Young men you must prioritize what is most important to you. Do you want to be a good husband someday? Do you want to be a good father someday? If so, then you must seek those men who are good husbands and fathers. Avoid those men who are not good husbands and fathers. If you commit yourself to developing yourself as a man then you will be naturally be led to those men who have developed themselves as men; this development leads to success in male/female relationships and family building.
As an example of a man who has prioritized his family I am up at 3 am working on my son’s computer. Before my sons went to bed they told me that their computer was not working properly. Today is their computer game day so I am up fixing their computer so that they can have their computer for game day. Understand that my son’s enjoy game day and since my sons are important to me, their happiness is important to me. So I am here to solve this problem for my sons. Solving their computer issues set a precedence for my sons so that they will know that I will always be here to help them with any problem that they have. Even when they become me I want them to know that I am here to help.
In my life I do not have a father to help me with issues. My father is alive but he is not active in my life or in his grandchildren’s lives. But for my sons they are being taught to expect me to be there to help them. They are also being taught how a man and how a father operates. This is a model for them to emulate when they become husbands and fathers.

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3 Comments

  • sublime90
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    hi lenon, im a 33 year old man and these videos are refreshing reminders on
    how to be a better man. i was wondering if you or Ayida had any plans on
    making a woman hood series as well? theres alot of women in there 20’s who
    act like girls…the language they use and the way they talk about men
    sounds similiar to when you describe men acitng like boys.

  • EternalFreedom1
    Reply

    You’re such an amazing man Lenon! As a woman who is building with my man,
    I’m showing him these videos, but also taking these virtues to carry myself
    to become a more honorable woman. much love ♡

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