Monday, January 26, 2009

Don't Tread on Me

Give me liberty or give me death. Faith must be chosen freely, then one will become Faithful even unto death. One of the great things about Freemasonry is that there is no dogma, no required belief structure, no demand put upon the participant. One must be a believer to join, that is the only requirement. This is very important, to allow the individual to pursue answers to questions, as regards The GAOTU and truth and every other moral pursuit. This is crucial to the order, and much cherished. For it does not nurture the negative polarity energies of power and control, manipulation and oppression. This is how our superstructure has weathered the times, and why we note the obvious weakness in societies where the God given right to liberty is denied.
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