If anything in life is constant, it is change. - Bryce's Law Like so many of you, I am often mystified as to why there is so much trouble in the middle East. We could easily blame it on religious fanaticism, be it Christian, Jewish, or Muslim. Perhaps. But I tend to believe it can primarily be … [Read more...] about Why we resist change
Tim Bryce - Freemasonry from the Edge
Freemasonry from the Edge - Tim Bryce brings a commanding presence of Masonic Leadership and wisdom on all aspects of the fraternity from the day to day operation of a lodge to the underpinnings of living the meaning of Masonry.
Undoubtedly, the most visible benefit associated with Freemasonry is the friendship, morality, and Brotherly Love we learn simply by attending Lodge and interacting with the members. It is not unusual for Freemasons to develop lifelong friendships and bonds with other Masons. This should not be … [Read more...] about How Does Freemasonry Add Value to Our Lives?
Author's Note: Now for a real True Story of True Masonry. I first penned the following article in November 2003. It is an interesting historical account of how Freemasonry impacts the development of the United States. Introduction No institution contains more valuable undeveloped history than … [Read more...] about Montana 3-7-77 – How Freemasonry Tamed a Territory
If there is anything constant in life, it is change. - Bryce's Law It is no secret that membership in Freemasonry is either stagnating or in decline in most jurisdictions. Some Grand Lodges pay attention to our membership numbers, others do not. But I contend there are other important … [Read more...] about Are We Reading the Signs?
It's difficult to maintain a positive perspective in these troubling economic times. People are frustrated, despondent, even angry. But I have learned over the years, that no matter what disaster I may be faced with, there is always someone in worse shape than I am, such as a starving, uneducated … [Read more...] about Count your Blessings
What do you think? Leave your comment at the end of this post. When you enter the Masonic fraternity you tend to take a lot for granted. For example, that your Lodge will operate like other nonprofit institutions you are familiar with or the general laws and rules of the country and state where … [Read more...] about A Masonic Bill of Rights
The best things in life come in threes, like friends, dreams, and memories. Anonymous I've always believed in the concept of threes and the power of the triangle. Being a management consultant specializing in Information Technology, I've encountered this phenomenon too many times to consider it … [Read more...] about Three Types of Masons