I have always personally admired Brother Benjamin Franklin, one of our nation’s Founding fathers and, of course a mason. His humor and wit were often used to disarm adversaries, make light of a troubling moment and provide advice and direction in times when it was needed most.
One of my favorite Franklin quotes is: “Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.”
Masonry has many meanings and purposes for all of us, the opportunity to share fellowship and brotherly love with like-minded men, the chance to be charitable to the needy and the opportunity to improve the life of others. So, let us ever remember to guide those who desire admission, serving as a faithful and trusted companion. Let us teach those willing to learn, so that they might do the same for another. And let us participate and lead those of who look to us, so that they might follow in our footsteps and later seek our counsel. We must perpetuate our future as our past perpetuated our present.
WM Glenn Fehring
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