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Marks of a Secure Man

Let’s admit it—all of us have twinges of insecurity about ourselves. But it is possible to grow toward being a totally secure man, says Larry Titus, president of the Men Reaching Men ministry in Camp Hill, Pennsylvania.

According to Larry, a totally secure man:

  • Does not need to tear down others to build up himself.
  • Considers inner convictions more the mark of a man than outer toughness.
  • Finds talented people an inspiration, not a threat.
  • Knws how to take the garbage he was dealt in life and recycle it into energy.
  • Forgives people who may never have the courage to apologize.
  • Lives his private life as if it were public.
  • Considers people more important than projects and plans.

New Man, November/December, 1994, p. 12