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Started by Eric Y.. Last reply by Rupert Weaver Jul 6.
Started by Mongoose Jun 27.
Congradulations Shawn and Michael you are soon to have a very enlightening experience. Nothing unmanly, immoral, illegal or embarrassing will be asked of you. All of us have stood in the same station and circumstance as you will and there is no shame or fear. Pay close attention, try to absorb all that you can even though you will likely find yourself kind of awestruck and suffering from information overload because everything that is done or that you are caused to do has a lesson and meaning attached to it. There are no wasted words or actions in Freemasonry. Be at ease entering into your initiation the Brethren who participate in your degree have put much time and effort into learning their parts and it is their individual gifts to you, properly jointed together which will become the foundation stones of an upright edifice of your moral and honorable life of which you will become the architect. I hope to despell any nervousness or apprehension you may have so that your minds may be as fertile soil ready to receive the seed of knowledge and not choked with weeds of fear, this is not and never meant to be any form of hazing.
Congratulations, JTK! To this day I can remember the sounds and experiences of my degrees. I wish you well on your journey.
Greetings everyone. I posted a couple of months ago about my first degree being done in September, however due to work obligations it was pushed to November 28th. it was an amazing experience and I am looking forward to the rest of the journey.
Congratulations! If it's anything like my experience, it will be worth the wait. :)
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