Thursday, February 20, 2014

The Coaches Coach: Masonic Cement -- Uncommon Education Video G.L.O.R.

Good Day My Fellow Travelers,

Here's a presentation on Masonic Cement based upon my book, "Building Cement - Uncommonly Concrete Masonic Education - Volume 7", that I did for the Georgia Lodge of Research on January 31, 2014 that might be of interest to you. 

Fraternally and Sincerely,

Bro. John S. Nagy
Building Better Builders Series Author

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Thursday, February 6, 2014

Excerpt from: The Master’s New Works*

Excerpt from: The Master’s New Works*

The noble supporters who were to carry his works stooped low and reached for the floor as if they were picking up his efforts. Then they pretended ever so gallantly to lift and hold them high for all to see. They didn't dare admit they had nothing to hold. That would show them and their efforts for what they were.

So off went the Master in procession under his splendid canopy. Everyone in the lodge and the anti-rooms said, "Oh, how fine are the Master’s new works! Don't they complement him to perfection? And see his completed undertakings!"

Nobody would dare confess that he couldn't see anything, for that would prove him either unfit for his position, or a fool.

So they shouted in unison, "No work the Master had done before was ever such a complete success as these".

"But he hasn't done anything", a young Brother said.

"Did you ever hear such innocent prattle?" said his mentor. And one Brother whispered to another what the young Brother had said, "He hasn't anything done. A young Brother says the Master hasn't anything done".

"But he hasn't anything done!" the whole Lodge cried out at last.

The Master shivered, for he knew they were right. But he thought, "This procession has got to go on". So he walked more proudly than ever, as his noble supporters held high the works that weren’t there at all.


Brother John S Nagy 

 * With MAJOR and SINCERE Apologies to Hans Christian Andersen