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Each Man
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Masonic Humor

Each man seeks in Masonry for himself, and each man finds
for himself. Each Mason has an absolute right to interpret Masonry
for himself as he sees fit. With our long tradition of prizing
intellectual liberty and individual thought, it could not be
But if no interpretation of Masonry is officially "right",
there are some which are clearly wrong. When someone ascribes words to
a person which that person never wrote, or when someone insists that
Masons believe something which has never been a part of the lessons of
Masonry, it is the duty of every thinking Mason to say, "That is not
what Masonry teaches!"
It is my prayer that every thoughtful person who wants to know
more about Freemasonry will read this information and review again in
his heart the lessons of Him who taught it is better to love than to
hate and fear, and that it is our duty to cherish all mankind, to
strive to be better tomorrow than we were yesterday, and to strive to
emulate the compassion and caring of the Good Shepherd.

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