Some Masonic Quotations
The grand object of Masonry is to promote the happiness of the human race.
"Being persuaded that a just application of the principles on which the Masonic Fraternity is founded must be a promotive of private virtue and public prosperity, I shall always be happy to advance the interest of the Society and to be considered by them as a deserving brother."
"Freemasonry has tenets peculiar to itself. They serve as testimonials of character and qualifications, which are only conferred after our course of instruction and examination. These are of no small value; they speak a universal language, and act as a passport to the attentions and support of the initiated in all parts of the world. They cannot be lost as long as memory retains its power."
"Masonic labor is purely a labor of love. He who seeks to draw Masonic wages in gold and silver will be disappointed. The wages of a Mason are earned and paid in their dealings with one another; sympathy that begets sympathy, kindness begets kindness, helpfulness begets helpfulness, and these are the wages of a Mason."
Freemasonry is an institution calculated to benefit mankind.
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