[Square & Compasses]

Why did you become a Freemason?

From: John Fisher <jhfisher@gte.net>
Date: Sat, 29 Aug 1998 23:49:23 -0700
To: dryfoo@MIT.EDU
Subject: Why I have become a Mason

Today, Aug. 29th, 1998 will be recorded in my memory as one of the most important dates in my life. Today I was raised to the sublime degree of Master Mason.

And yet even as I looked around me at the end of the ceremony I could not help but feel humbled by the amount of obvious wisdom and honor that surrounded me. At the age of 34 I feel there is much I can learn about life from these elder statemen that not only will benefit me but that I can utilize in turn to help others. Masonry has had a great impact on my life in the short time I have been involved and I look forward to what is still in store.

In short the reason I have become a Mason is to be a better person and learn how to serve my fellow man.

John Fisher
Murrells Inlet, SC AFM #368


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