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Why did you become a Freemason?

From: "Mueller, Andrew" <a44@SJNMA.ORG>
Subject: Why I Joined Freemasonry
Date: Mon, 17 Jan 2005 21:35:16 -0600
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To: <masonry-ask@mit.edu>

I joined Freemasonry to be part of a positive brotherhood and to make a difference in my community.

My grandfather had been a freemason, and he was the man I admire most of all the people I met. He was charismatic, a leader, a good husband, a good father, and ultimately happy with himself and the world he had created for himself.

I know that many freemasons are older and the organization is in danger of simply dying off. I have committed myself to promoting this community and individual welfare organization to make life better for others as well as myself. I was an unhappy person, and being part of a brotherhood where I can truly be at ease it something I enjoy greatly, as well as being with people I know I can trust.

The world is a very uncertain place, and Freemasonry provides me with a beacon of light and hope that allows me to honor the memory of my Grandfather, make myself happy, and provide a better future for my Masonic and non-Masonic brethren.

Andrew Mueller


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