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Masonic Membership Card - A Poem

Masonic Membership Card By Unknown Author I hold in my hand a little scrap of paper2 1/2 x 3 1/2 inches in size.It is of no intrinsic worth,not a bond, not a check or receipt for valuables,yet it is my most priceless possession.It is my membership card in a Masonic Lodge.It tells me that I have enteredinto a spiritual kinship with my fellow Masonsto practice charity in word and deedto forgive and forget the faults of my brethrento hush the tongues of scandal and innuendoto care for the crippled, the hungry and the sick,and to be fair and just to all mankind.It tells me that no matter whereI may travel in the world,I am welcome to visit a place where...

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Masonic Light - A Poem By C. Pylate Price

Masonic Light By C. Pylate Price With the light of thirty- three thousand suns, Freemasonry illuminates the darkest corners of the earth The benevolence of our gentle craft, Is a blessing from the Great Architect Of The Universe.To all mankind Beyond the boundaries of limits Set only by crippled feeble minds Through the perils of endless timeOur Masonic brotherhood perseveres Quietly serving others, sometimes out of sight For breaking the darkness Is the illuminated brightness of Masonic Light

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We Meet on the Level - A Poem By Peter Ryan

We Meet on the Level By Peter Ryan We meet on the level, my Brothers and me,We encourage good men into our society.If their actions be upright and always true,If we see integrity in all that they do.If they seek more light and value truth,If their own insights desire proof.we will offer them our right hand,And welcome them from any land.For we judge on character not creed,Nor on religion or wealth, but deed.We'll meet them on the level, my Brothers and me,And accept them as a Mason, ancient and free.

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I Knelt Where Hiram Knelt - A Poem

I Knelt Where Hiram Knelt By Unknown Author Last night I knelt where Hiram knelt and took an obligation.Today I'm closer to my God for I'm a Master Mason.Though heretofore my fellow men seemed each one like the other,today I search each one apart.I'm looking for my brother.And as I feel his friendly gripit fills my heart with pride.I know while I am on the squarethat he is by my side.His footsteps on my errand goif I should such require.His prayers will lead in my behalfif I should so desire.My words are safe within his breastas though within my own,his hand forever at my backto help me safely home.Good counsel whispers in my earand warns of any danger.By square and...

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By The Work You Did Today - A Poem By Charles L. Mead

By The Work You Did Today By Charles L. Mead Can you say tonight in partingwith the day that's slipping pastThat you helped a single brotherof the many that you passed? Is a single heart rejoicingover what you did and said?Does the man whose hopes where fading,Now with courage look ahead?Did you waste the day or lose it,Was it well or poorly spent? Did you leave a trail of kindness, Or a scar of discontent? As you close your eyes in slumber, Do you think God will say, You have earned one more tomorrow, By the work you did today

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