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Old 14th Feb 2018, 10:47
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Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: SW England
Age: 73
Posts: 3,781
I resign

Not from Freemasonry (although in fact I am not an active member and not currently member if a lodge) but from the thread. Banging your head against a brick wall loses its attraction after a while. Meanwhile brother Masons will continue to dress up and perform rather silly rituals just for the fun of it, enjoy convivial meals with a few drinks afterwards, and carry out a lot of charitable works (including 1.3 million donated to air ambulances in the last 10 years). Not a lot different from being in the armed forces really (funny uniforms, symbolic swords, parades and mess nights) but with rather more charity work.

Must get my apron out of the cupboard and check the moths haven't been at it

Worshipful brother TTN
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