Not a coincidence....

Discussion in 'New Member Introductions' started by Camerata, Dec 8, 2010.

  1. Camerata

    Camerata Registered User

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    I feel that it is not a coincidence that I have stumbled upon this website. In the short time that I have been a member, I have recieved great guidance and I have began my journey to becoming an enlightned, better man. Thank you guys for all your support thus far, and future support as well.
     
  2. Bro.BruceBenjamin

    Bro.BruceBenjamin Premium Member

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    Welcome to the forums my brother. The journey is just beginning. Have lots of patience and clean underwear good luck.
     
  3. Blake Bowden

    Blake Bowden Administrator Staff Member

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    Glad we could help ;)
     
  4. Bro. Stewart P.M.

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

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    Welcome to Masons of Texas!

    Square Well!!
     
  5. Casey

    Casey Mandalorian Premium Member

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    I feel ya brother. This site has helped me greatly so far myself. There are great many knowledgeable and helpful brethren on this site, some that have traveled a few weeks, some that have for a good many years. And all of them want to help and watch you grow and become a better man and mason. Welcome!
     
  6. Benton

    Benton Premium Member

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    To echo Brother Holder, this site is an amazing resource. You'll find discussion on many topics that you can't find formally discussed elsewhere on the web, or sometimes even within your own lodge. Take it in, read and participate as much as you can, you'll learn an amazing amount about Freemasonry while you're here.
     
  7. JohnnyFlotsam

    JohnnyFlotsam Premium Member

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    That is what it's all about. Welcome aboard!
     
  8. jwhoff

    jwhoff Premium Member

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    Brother Camerata,

    Good to have you aboard. Even better to see that you are interested in brightening up your travels. To few are. We need more masons who study and take the craft seriously.

    Stay hungry ... jwhoff
     

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