Masonry isn’t just about hanging out as guys and diving into the esoterica of the symbolism of the order; it is also about service and bettering 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.
As we start into the Masonic year, and the holidays of 2019, I’d like to say a couple things about what I hope for our Lodge for the coming year.
But what do you do if a member’s skills don’t progress from year to year and you find someone in an office they are not suited to? This will be a disservice to that member, and this happens no matter what method you use.
What you are about to read will deliver into your hands proven methodology for increasing awareness and interested in Freemasonry in your area. You are being given the knowledge but it is up to you to take action.
There are various lists circulating the Internet. Some of these lists are ridiculous, some are meant for humor, and some really provide valuable information. One list, How To Grow And Strengthen Your Lodge
Over the course of my tenure as a Master Mason, I’ve been asked this question countless times.
A further and deeper look at the 3rd in the 13 Virtues series: Order.
The third in the 13 Virtues series, this article begins the discussion of Order.
For further discussion on Brother Benjamin Franklin‘s second virtue… This week I want to get into a little more detail—a bit more of the practical application of the science. Years ago, I was in a meeting hosted by a vice-president of marketing. A meeting called shortly after the V.P. had taken over the project andContinue reading “Silence Continued”