A warm, Irish thank you.

Discussion in 'General Freemasonry Discussion' started by DB85, Sep 5, 2009.

  1. DB85

    DB85 Registered User

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    I have been in Masonry now for just over 2 year's and I would just like to thank the youtube user (Aphrocreame). For far too long now, I have attempted to search Masonic songs/interests etc but to no avail. It nearly always leads to anti-masonic videos. However,having stumbled across a video advertising both 'Famous Freemasons' and 'Masons of Texas',my curiousity got the better of me...and I'm glad. Not being a Texan, I kind of feel out of place, but I felt it to be my duty to express my sincere thanks and praise to said youtube member. I myself am a brother in Ireland, and find it heart warming to know that such websites exist.

    In return,some Irish (Gaeilge) language

    Irish Language: Eist moran agus can beagan!
    PRONOUNCED: aisht more-on og-us con byug-on
    MEANING: Hear much and say little!
     
  2. Blake Bowden

    Blake Bowden Administrator Staff Member

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    It's a pleasure to have you here my Brother! While our name implies "Texas Freemasonry", all Brothers are welcome. Glad to have you here and I look forward to discussing the Craft with you.
     
  3. HKTidwell

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    You mentioned Masonic Songs and this popped into my head

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4oFeKJKoaKc"]YouTube - The Masonic Ring by Howie Damron[/ame]

    I hope you stick around, as Blake said the name may imply Texas but it is open to all and the uniting bond is Masonry not geographical boundaries.

    Welcome to Masons of Texas!
     
  4. HKTidwell

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    Oh How could I forget this song.

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YRC2fdDVMiI"]YouTube - Shriners Convention[/ame]

    A funny video - Ray Stevens is also a mason.
     
  5. scottmh59

    scottmh59 Registered User

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    thanks for the post brother db85,,,Sláinte:beer:
     
  6. scottmh59

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    AN IRISH MESSAGE ON STONE

    In 1860, at Limerick, Ireland, there was found in a small chapel a stone dated 1517 with the following inscription:

    "I will serve to live with love and care, Upon the level, by the square."
     

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