Student/Instructor

Discussion in 'General Freemasonry Discussion' started by LRG, May 24, 2009.

  1. LRG

    LRG Premium Member

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    It is a very special bond in which the canidate and instructor aquire during craft time. I am pretty sure everyone whom has been instructedby that special brother can always relate to that bond for which has been forged.

    A many thanks for all those who have that gift to teach the craft to others and for those who never stop teaching and explaining.
    I for one am very fortunate to be held in the company of so many great Brothers, for whom I owe a lot.

    Upon "graduation" we feel so much in debt to those teachers that we present them with a small special token but sometimes it does not feel like enough.
    I think that the only true gift to give is that of given back. To be active within the craft and never stop learning.
     
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  2. Nate Riley

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    Well said! I am very thankful for my instructor, he has been very patient and committed. I will be raised next week, after less than 3 months due to his willingness to indulge my enthusiasm. I hope to instruct someone myself as soon as I am ready.
     
  3. LRG

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    A big congrats
     
  4. nick1368

    nick1368 Registered User

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    well said Brother...there is a special bond formed between an instructor and canidate. I know that the Brother that taught me will have a special place in my heart forever as will his family as not only did he and I become close, our families did as well.
     
  5. Nate Riley

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    Thanks! My Masters degree will be Monday, June 1, 2009 at the Tarkington Prairie Lodge in Cleveland, TX. The meal will be at 6:30 with the degree to follow.
     

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