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Ten Reasons to become a Mason

Author: Officers Association, First Masonic District, Ohio    Posted on: Tuesday, April 22, 2003
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[Bro. Steve Wiley, Proctorville Lodge #550, Proctorville, Ohio has forwarded this article, which was first published by the Officers Association of The First  Masonic District of Ohio. Even though this article  mentions about the ten reasons for becoming a Mason, we in the Fraternity should endeavour to prove ourselves worthy of the following lines.....]

 

10 Reasons to Become a Mason

Masonry is a place to spend time with good men, who will make you wish to become a better man.


Masonry is a place where moral virtue is taught and respected as the cornerstone of life.

Masonry is a place where the spiritual growth of every member can rise to its fullest potential.

Masonry is a place to become better prepared for service to your family, your church and your community.

Masonry is a place where you can be part of a great fraternity that believes in Brotherly Love, Relief and Truth.

Masonry is a place where you can support others and give them encouragement as well as receive it yourself.

Masonry is a place where outstanding individuals from every walk of life will greet you and call you  "Brother."

Masonry is a place to meet community leaders and take an active part in community activities.

Masonry is a place where you will find unlimited opportunity to acquire leadership experience, self-development and personal growth.

Masonry is a place where you can be sure every man is a true and trustworthy friend and brother.

Bro. Steve Wiley, Proctorville Lodge #550, Proctorville, Ohio has forwarded this article, which was first published by the Officers Association of the First Masonic District of Ohio. We acknowledge with thanks and post this article with the kind courtesy the Officers Association of the First Masonic District of Ohio.


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Honorio wrote on Monday, May 26, 2003:

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