Re: Can a Jewish Brother Wear a Yamaka in a Lodge
Really? What Masonic lesson teaches us that "military officers... not show their ranks" or that a brother must not "show" his wealth? Are we all so shallow and petty that we can't remember that beneath the insignia, or the Armani, we all stand on the same level?I do not share that conclusion. Frowning and condemning are not the same thing imo. The general idea is that in the lodge we should be equal regardless of status, race, religion etc. that is why military brothers would not show their ranks, ppl dont show their wealth, nor their religion. It is to prevent inequality and inappropriate discussion. Which also means that conduct is more important than attire which would make a yamulka acceptable in certain cases. As far as i know, there isnt a rule against it and i think there shouldnt be.