In this featured series we examine case stories that reflect the masculine identity of today. Follow these fictional case stories if you want to get wiser on the behavior of the modern man.
All cases will end with a question, concerning the dilemma, that you can comment on. The solution for that dilemma will be revealed in the following week.

This week we follow Michael’s dilemma concerning his father who’s terminally ill. Michael can’t figure out why he’s angry with his father rather than feeling pity for him under these dire circumstances. 

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It was a summer day. Late July morning. I was in Cairo, I was a teenager at the time.
The air was so crisp you could almost touch it. It blew right through your cotton attire – the brisk, desert wind that everyone, who’s been in the Middle East, recognize all too well.