Kinda not feeling it...

Discussion in 'General Freemasonry Discussion' started by KentuckyMason, Mar 5, 2019.

  1. garagekulture13

    garagekulture13 Registered User

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    I understand what you are saying Brother JC. But it was not my experience. In my entire class for the Scottish Rite I only knew one other brother. It was very enlightening and definitely changed my out look on life. As far as dues, it's never been a factor for me. When they are divided over 12 months they are about the cost or less than a typical gym membership. If he is bored with the same old same old then it maybe time for further learning in the Craft.[​IMG]

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  2. Brother JC

    Brother JC Vigilant Staff Member

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    I know it could be just what the doctor ordered but I’m averse to blanket statements like “it will open a whole other level... for you.”
     
  3. David612

    David612 Registered User

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    AASR? It opens 29 whole other levels.

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    I’ll let myself out
     
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  4. Brother JC

    Brother JC Vigilant Staff Member

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    He’ll be here all week, folks! And don’t forget to tip your waitress!
     
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  5. Glen Cook

    Glen Cook G A Cook Site Benefactor

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    Or 33. :).
     
  6. Glen Cook

    Glen Cook G A Cook Site Benefactor

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    Agreed. I recommend the Master Craftsman course
     
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  7. David612

    David612 Registered User

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    That’s my solution currently while I wait to be eligible to progress further.
     
  8. Pointwithinacircle3

    Pointwithinacircle3 Registered User

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    FYI - the record for WM in one of my Lodges is 21 years.

    I almost quit Masonry after a couple years because I wasn’t feeling it either. It turned out that the secret oral tradition was simply not being passed on in that particular Lodge. While it is difficult to do, an individual Mason can begin to discover the secret oral tradition on their own. My questions and investigations were noticed by Masons who understood what I was looking for and they began to steer me in the right direction.

    If you don’t understand the secret tradition then Coach is right, you are simply acting out a morality play. If you do understand it, well, then you have a lifetime of work ahead of you. I wish you Good Luck.
     
  9. David612

    David612 Registered User

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    For context, had inflation kept up with dues the fees associated with taking the degrees up to the 32nd the fees would be just shy of $6000.
     

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