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This is so true. I've cut as many toxic people and influences out of my life as I could a few years ago and I've never looked back.
Lodge education is very important but it gets neglected far too often.
My thoughts on dues, which is a sensitive topic but it's a conversation that each lodge needs to have.
Masonic education is so much more than just memorizing questions and answers, learning how to confer degrees, and interpreting symbolism. While these are all very important and are certainly worthy of study, Masonic education is a very broad topic and we shouldn't limit ourselves to just these things.
This is the first post in what will eventually be my series on lodge culture. In my introduction, we will define what lodge culture is as well as look at different ways culture can manifest in a lodge, for better or worse.
The Golden Circle is a very interesting concept that can be applied to people, projects, and organizations...so why can't it be applied to Masonic organizations as well?
I have a YouTube channel now! Stay tuned for more videos.
Most lodges already have committees in place but are they being used effectively to promote your lodges vision and goals?
This one is good for a little chuckle...
I could picture Obi Wan in an apron...