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
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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
Freemason Information is an independent voice in the masonic community featuring Masonic Education, Analysis and News for Freemasons. Welcome to Freemason Information. The aim of Freemason Information is to discuss, editorialize and analyze the history, growth, and future of Freemasonry. Of … [Read more...] about About Us
What type of tools do you need to run your Lodge at maximum efficiency? Are there tools to better administer committees, and communication to members? How can we link the membership back into the lodge? This week on Masonic Central we want to look at the various types of tools available on line for … [Read more...] about Table Talk Technology and Modern Masonry.
In this installment of Symbols & Symbolism, we look at a reading from Albert G. Mackey’s Encyclopedia of Freemasonry and from a piece from Joseph Fort Newton's The Builder on the Mystic Tie. Defining this mysterious phrase is often troublesome as how does one define the ineffable or the unseen? … [Read more...] about The Mystic Tie – Symbols and Symbolism
The Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge of Texas recently held the Grand Master’s Table Lodge on an open air rooftop overlooking a view of downtown Dallas, Texas. The event was hosted by Metropolitan Lodge No. 146, Wor. Jerome D. Lacy presiding. The Table Lodge is a tyled Entered Apprentice … [Read more...] about The Grand Master’s Rooftop Table Lodge
The Beehive is proud to present the second article on the Wilbert M. Curtis Library Museum of the Most Worshipful Prince Hall Grand Lodge of Texas opened this June, 2011. This article was written by the Grand Editor of The Grand Lodge Publication, "The Texas Prince Hall Freemason" and will appear … [Read more...] about Telling Our Own Story: Wilbert M. Curtis Texas Prince Hall Library Museum Unveiled
The topic comes from a link picked up in a message board on the ever swirling definition of Regularity between Masonic bodies. Setting aside the idea of Territorial Exclusivity prevalent in the U.S., the message board linked to an interesting inclusion to a Wikipedia entry on the European question … [Read more...] about Redefinition of the Ancient Landmarks of the Order, 1939.
Weight and volume are very important. Two evenly measured weights on a opposite pans of a scale and you have a perfect balance, so long as your equipment is calibrated correctly. Add more weight to one pan and incrementally the scale will move towards which ever side the heavier burden is … [Read more...] about Measure for measure – Pennsylvania and the 21st Century.