Have you ever felt like you have the weight of the world on your shoulders? I guess we all get that feeling from time to time. Parents tend to feel that burden more often than others. In general, if you are the kind of person who care about others, you carry more of that weight than those who only care about themselves. I like to think that good people develop stronger shoulders. They have to, because they carry a heavier load.
When it comes to the Viking Age, most of the discussion and controversy seem to concern how they dressed, how their houses and ships looked like and so on. But how did it sound? What did life in the Viking Age sound like?
I have started guest blogging for my friends over at Grimfrost. And I must say: As a long time fan of Amon Amarth and also the Grimfrost designs, I am excited and […]
I rate parenting as the sixth most important Viking skill, although I am tempted to say it should have been number 1 — it’s that essential.
Have you ever wondered what men feel about rapists? In this blogpost, I will try to explain what men really think about those who rape and why we feel that strongly about this. You might find that the truth is not like some feminists want it to be.
I’m sure most people know that feeling of losing all hope, that horrible sensation of watching your life fall apart while knowing there is nothing you can do about it. In this blogpost I will tell you how I found a way to turn things around. And it all started with a blanket.
We all want to be strong. Either mentally or physically, strength seems to be a quality we value highly. But what is strength really?