I've been busy for a while so have not had much time to spend browsing.
Just over a month ago I experienced one of the best days in my life and thought I would share it with my brothers across the pond - My son came into
Awesome news. Did you take an active part in his raising? I keep hoping my son will have that spark of interest and ask me the right question. It
just helps to know he is getting the guidance from you he always has, and the guidance from the craft to help him make the best decisions possible.
Lol to all naysayers - how many people can say nowadays that they have a special bond through experience with their son (and it doesn't involve
We will both have that experience for life and I am not just proud of him for his commitment to helping ALL of his fellow human beings but in
everything he does.
Err of course he can. He is his own man; intelligent, caring, giving, honest and reliable to name but a few of his good qualities. He isn't perfect by
any stretch and he will make mistakes in life like we all do.
For his ceremony I dropped down to JD then went back to the South to deliver charge from father to son.
He won't be raised for a couple of years as he's at university studying for a Physics degree, I will be in the chair when he is raised though - that
will be one hell of a night.
I thought by the position of the apron, he was already a master mason. So this was his initiation, cool.
It's great to have enthusiastic young people involved. That is the future of Freemasonry.
We have had a few fathers who raised their sons in the lodge, and when that happens, it's a special night and we get record crowds. It's like the
magic is palpable.
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