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What made me think about Freemasonry in particular is that it, I think, works to serve humanity collectively, not individually, and on a global, not local, scale.
But I will take your opinion into consideration.
Thank you very much
Very true, it is difficult to meet any Freemason or to join Freemasonry in my country, and thats why i wrote in the first message if its worth "the trouble" of trying to join. Actually people in my country believe that Freemasonry is against their religion and values while i don't see it this way.
I am not asking you to have me recruited Mike.
Recruiting is certainly not what i am after, and that was so clear in my message.
you said: "We like men to come to us because they have decided they want to become a Freemason.", fine, what is it exactly that makes men decide they want to become a...
I am not a Freemason, and I have not tried to join the Freemasonry seriously yet, because first i need to know what is the meaning of joining the Freemasonry, "and I do not mean here personal benefits, but the public ones".
I am almost fifty years old, and I have spent my life...
Feeding the poor and helping the people are much important the praying in a church, or circling around the kaaba, or crying at the Wailing Wall.
Im saying this here because i believe that religions focus more on rituals than how people should treat each others and treat animals.
I became a member here a few days ago, and i went through many discussions in the forums "out of curiosity". I am really amazed of how helpful the people in here are.
The usual question for almost every new member is "is there a lodge in my country?", so forgive me, but i think...