Part 3 of a 16 part series regarding morals and conduct. In antient times, stonemasons protected the secrets of their trade so that only qualified, skilled workers were employed. They also developed passwords and signs so that members could travel to other guilds, even without knowing anyone. Those traditions are still practiced by today’s Freemasons. … More Secrecy & Fidelity to Trust
This past weekend the Widow’s Sons had their annual Task Force Smith Memorial Ride. They rode from Pyeongtaek to the TFS Memorial at Osan Air Base and then back to the Keystone Lounge for a barbeque. To learn more about the Widow’s Sons Riding Association and Task Force Smith, click here.
Part 2 of a 16 part series regarding morals and conduct. A Freemason is recommended to his “most serious contemplation the Volume of the Sacred Law.” What that religious or philosophical text may be is up to each Freemason to decide for himself. We don’t tell others what to believe in. We meet around an … More Faith & Belief in a Supreme Being