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Volume of Sacred Law In The Grand Lodge of Minnesota
by Ed Halpaus
“Always desire to learn something useful.” Sophocles: was an ancient Greek playwright
Volume of Sacred Law in the Grand Lodge of Minnesota
“Rule No. 1: Use your own good judgment in all situations. There will be no additional rules.” Bruce, Jim and John Nordstrom, co-presidents of Nordstrom department store, in the employee handbook
SECTION G9.08 A Brother stricken by his Lodge for non-payment of dues may be
restored to membership by majority vote of the Lodge, without re-petitioning or
investigation if within a year of being stricken he pays everything necessary to
make him clear on the books of his Lodge. If after one year he wishes to be
restored to membership it will be necessary that he petition the Lodge for
restoration, after having paid everything necessary to make him clear on the
books of the Lodge. The petition must then proceed in the same manner as a
petition for degrees or affiliation.
At the age of two, [our yet to be Masonic Brother Wolfgang Amadeus,] Mozart was taken to visit a farm, where he heard a pig squeal. “G-sharp!” he exclaimed. Someone ran to the piano. G-sharp was right. Bartlett’s Book of Anecdotes
After Lodge Trivia: What is the length of a cubit?
“A measure of length employed by the ancients equal to the length of the arm from the elbow to the tip of the middle finger. Among different nations the length of the cubit differed. Indeed it was customary for the Master of the work to use the length of his own arm as standard. The cubit of the Romans was about 17 2/5 inches; that of the Hebrews 22 inches, but its length is now generally stated as 18inches.” Albert Mackey.
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