from Morals and Dogma

Discussion in 'The Scottish Rite' started by jwhoff, Dec 28, 2010.

  1. jwhoff

    jwhoff Premium Member

    He who industriously sows and reaps is a good laborer, and worthy of his hire. But he who sows that which shall be reaped by others, by those who will know not of and care not for the sower, is a laborer of a nobler order, and, worthy of a more excellent reward (p. 231)

    The hope of success, and not the hope of reward, should be our stimulating and sustaining power. Our object, and not ourselves, should be our inspiring thought (p.229)

    Albert Pike, 1871
  2. peace out

    peace out Premium Member

    Just awesome.

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