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I will be training to become an independent freight agent, I wouldn't mind getting to know some brothers who may be in the freight industry as well as manufacturing/warehousing. Looking to be an asset to your business.
It has been a long time since I logged on here, took me at least 3 attempts to recover my password!
I have a question, I would like to look into dropping my current membership at my mother lodge and switching to a lodge closer to my current place of residence, what is the...
When I first moved to Texas, the two managers I communicated with are masons. I inquired about the fraternity and they guided me into petitioning. Until our office was shut down about a year after my arrival, we maintained a great work relationship which I truly miss.
It feels quite hostile not to recognize an EA brother as such. But then again, different jurisdictions and regulations. Rest assured, out here in TX you are a brother as soon as you take that obligation and begin working towards the next degree!
Glad to have you. I can relate to your story in the aspect of self creation and discovery, while I never committed any crimes or did anything I wouldn't be proud of in the past (I've never been a trouble maker) I definitely feel that masonry has filled a void in my life. The degrees in masonry...
Inform them as much as you can, but keep in mind that it will be useless to debate or attempt to get them to understand the work of masonry if they oppose it. But who knows? They might just understand and cooperate. Best of luck!