Extending Charity… To Yourself

Faith, Hope, and Charity. These are the three Masonic Graces most commonly displayed to the Public. Of these three, the greatest is Charity. Often, when we think of charity, our many philanthropic associations come to mind, or the lessons learned in the Entered Apprentice degree are what we focus on. Within this article, I’m going to recommend to you another kind of Charity. A charity is often one of the most difficult to give. Charity to yourself.

10 Reasons Why You Can’t Be A Freemason

So, you want to be a Freemason. Let me tell you why you can’t.

Further Discourse on Freemasonry and Stoicism

Do Freemasons practice Stoicism? Is the ancient Greek philosophy a cemented foundation of the teachings of our ancient and honorable society? Or, is it…

The Good Mason

The Good Mason – Our public claim is that we make good men better. This is an interesting concept that Masonry, in and of itself, makes good men better. Such a claim is false…

George Washington’s Thanksgiving Proclamation

In 1789, Worshipful George Washington delivered a proclamation establishing the date that the nation would participate in thanks giving, which…

5 Ways to Perform Masonic Work

As you involve yourself in a Masonic life, you’ll come across many references to performing Masonic work and receiving Masonic…

What It Means To Be A Freemason

Most people do not know a thing about Freemasonry. I’ll even go so far as to say that the majority of the general public doesn’t even know there’s such a thing as Freemasonry. Of those who do know something, the majority are misinformed.

Chastity for Freemasons

Chastity for Freemasons: An article dipping into the concept of Chastity as proposed by Benjamin Franklin and the application in Freemasonry.

Humility Makes a Freemason

Humility. The dry definition of humility is quite simply, a modest, or low view, of one’s own importance. That sounds a bit depressing if you ask me. I prefer Brother Benjamin‘s concept. Imitate Jesus and Socrates. Jesus Christ Whether you’re a follower of Christ or a believer of some other saintly being, you cannot denyContinue reading “Humility Makes a Freemason”