1st section

Discussion in 'General Freemasonry Discussion' started by Ary, Jan 26, 2011.

  1. Ary

    Ary Registered User

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    Just finished the 1st section to my EA degree.... Wooo
     
  2. Bro. Stewart P.M.

    Bro. Stewart P.M. Lead Moderator Emeritus Staff Member

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    Congratulations! One step of many to come.
     
  3. Benton

    Benton Premium Member

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    Congrats!
     
  4. jwhoff

    jwhoff Premium Member

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    Pace yourself Ary! Remember, it's the journey that counts. Take the time to smell the roses in sections II and III. Lots of light to soak up along the way. I'd love to see another bright mason among us.

    God speed ... jwhoff
     
  5. ddreader

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    Congratulations Brother. Ask questions, Learn all about the EA degree. Ask why and make sure you get a good answer. Ask several Brothers. Do no just memorize the work. Think about what you are saying. Learn the lessons.To turn in your work faster than anybody else. Does show that you have zeal for the institution. But the true rewards of Masonry come from education. Masonic light is Wisdom and Knowledge.YOU asked for light. Now go find it. But do not tamper with untempered mortar. Leave the FC and Masters alone until you are ready to move to the next level. I wish you all the best as you start your journey for Masonic LIGHT. May God bless you on your quest.
     
  6. Gerald.Harris

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    Great advice Brother Reader........


     
  7. Dave in Waco

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    Congrats Brother!! Keep soaking up the light!
     
  8. rwmoore

    rwmoore Registered User

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    The longest journey starts with the 1st step. Congratulations, slow and steady wins the race. Remember that the Holy Bible, the Great Light in Masonry, says to "Study to show thyself approved". May your journey be interesting and fun, it can be if you make it so.
    Roger Moore
     
  9. cemab4y

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    I suggest that you find out if a nearby lodge is holding an EA. Then go as a visitor, and observe from the "other side". It will help you understand the experience.
     
  10. robert leachman

    robert leachman Registered User

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    That and being there when someone else turns in their work!
     
  11. Ary

    Ary Registered User

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    Brothers, what great advice and direction you all have bestowed to me. So far my journey has been quite impressive, a sponge seeking light can be quite enlighting to myself and the brothers surrounding me.
     
  12. JTM

    JTM "Just in case" Premium Member

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    great job.
     

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