What do you like most about My Freemasonry?

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What do you enjoy most about My Freemasonry?

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  1. Blake Bowden

    Blake Bowden Administrator Staff Member

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    What do you like most about My Freemasonry?
     
  2. Brennan

    Brennan Registered User

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    That it allows brothers from all over the world to meet and communicate with one another.


    My Freemasonry
     
  3. Squared_Away

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    It allows candidates like myself to further my education about Freemasonry and enable us to ask questions we don know the answers to!


    ~Open Minded~
     
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  4. lsu4life4ever

    lsu4life4ever Registered User

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    Me and a complete stranger can share a connection that makes ur brothers.
    Also the acceptance and brotherhood feel from the lodge.
    The guys don't look at me as some young kid but as a brother. Amazing.
    Also the history behind it like Washington, Franklin, Sam Houston, etc.


    Geaux Tigers.
    Humble Lodge No. 979
     
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  5. fasttito

    fasttito Registered User

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    It's the experience an ordinary man will not experience and the history is unbelievable.



    2B1IS2ASK1
    /G\You Are Never Alone/G\
    Stay Thirsty My Brothers
     
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  6. amhdive

    amhdive Registered User

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    For me it's hard to put in words but here is an example that happened yesterday.

    A gentlemen who I had worked with all week noticed my ring yesterday and offered a subtle greeting, immediately we became brothers. I invited him to fellowship last evening but he needed to catch his flight back to Eagle River Alaska. While at fellowship he called me explaining his flight was cancelled and he was stranded for the night. Had he been a little closer I would have picked him up but through my Masonic connections I was able to get a nearby brother to swing over to the airport, get him to a hotel and they took him to a country bar he wanted to visit for some fellowship. A brother from Alaska found his family here in New Hampshire who didn't question for one second assisting him.


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  7. lsu4life4ever

    lsu4life4ever Registered User

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    Brother AMH that's awesome!


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    Humble Lodge No. 979
     
  8. amhdive

    amhdive Registered User

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    It's humbling..... Gives you a sense of being a part if something bigger, making good men better through masonry.


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  9. lsu4life4ever

    lsu4life4ever Registered User

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    Amen to that brother.


    Geaux Tigers.
    Humble Lodge No. 979
     
  10. Lowcarbjc

    Lowcarbjc Registered User

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    That I can ask ANY question to brothers from other countries and constitutions and get honest well detailed answers.


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  11. bezobrazan

    bezobrazan Registered User

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    Ditto to everything that's already been said. One thing I would like to also add is the variety of topics and discussions is what I truly love about this site. I've been on other Masonic forums and it seems like they play their cards close to their chests. Here, I've seen conversations other forums wouldn't dare broach.


    A true man learns to soften his heart and stiffen his spine.
     
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  12. brother josh

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    Freemasonry supply's it's members with the proper tools in which one might understand the mind of that GREAT Architect and find there place amongst there fellow brothers


    Also the history is unbelievable


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  13. Bro Darren

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    I love this site - I love that everyone here is very genuine, open, approachable, welcoming and quick to give some advice or encouragement where & when its needed.

    It sure does go directly against the expressed falsehoods that is so ramped on the internet today!
     
  14. brother blaine

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    I love that we can all come together and talk from all walks of life no matter what we all have a special bond together .

    Here's a story one of my fellow brothers and friends told me his wife was driving to Florida and broke down a fellow brother stopped helped tow the vehicle put up the wife while the car got fixed and paid for the repairs out of his pocket and never asked to be repaid. All because of the brother hood
     
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  15. Sammcd

    Sammcd Premium Member

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    Awesome Story. What a great example to those who have not found the light
     
  16. BroBook

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    I like the fact that its worldwide for real , glad it is and glad I found y'all !!!


    Bro Book
     
  17. marty15chris

    marty15chris Premium Member

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    I would like to echo the worldwide aspect of Free Masonry. Having traveled a lot to war zones it's always a pleasure to meet a Brother. I find that I instantly have a second family well overseas.


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  18. Warrior1256

    Warrior1256 Site Benefactor

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    That I can communicate with brothers all over the world and exchange ideas.
     
  19. jwhoff

    jwhoff Premium Member

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    I have met several dear friends through this website. Brothers I have met personally with and Brothers who enjoy getting together at Grand Lodge, Scottish Rite meetings, and blue lodge meetings here in Houston.

    I am also proud to have met my fellow eight original Bridge Builders Brothers through this website.

    Truly, a place where brethren can meet on the level.
     
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  20. Ghost

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    A place for meeting new brethren from around the world and being able to share ideas.
     

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