"The Internet Mason Charge"


The duties and charges of a Mason are well suited to the Internet, and when you are thereon, these virtues should be embraced.

* Honesty: to show the Craft as it is and how we wish it were.

* Charity: to forgive those who speak out of malice or ignorance.

* Strength: to refrain from being drawn into irrelevant arguments.

* Temperance: to moderate your passions, and not rise to taunts.

* Fidelity: to ever be mindful of your sacred obligations.

* Rectitude: to correct in ourselves what we see wrong in others.

* Tolerance: to know that others' opinions are just that, opinions.

* Piety: to understand that our opinions are just that, opinions.

* Equality: to appear neither condescending nor unduly humble.

* Courtesy: to observe the rules of proper etiquette.

* Joy: to be happy, and communicate happiness.

"Let us always remember that we are someone elses impression of Masonry."

Submitted by: Bro. K. C. Andreou
Co-Founder of The Global Phoenix Forum



         

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