Home life affects everything. Young men are responsible for mass murders. John Medina (link to wikipedia) spoke last evening in Chattanooga at Baylor School about future success of a child. The bottom line key factor he says is “Home life”. So is there a correlation in the “non-successful” mass murderers in our midst? According to a person who studied the 2012 mass murders, 75% were conducted with a pistol, all men, most all born after 1980. If John Medina is correct, then what does it look like to be a “real” home man? My perception is that our culture does very little to celebrate or even define what it means to be a “real” man that can positively influence the next generations. What do you think? Is “Home Life” important to you?