7 junio, 2024

The 50 best Masonic phrases

I leave you with the best masonic phraseswhich have been said, either by recognized members of a Masonic lodge, or that are in accordance with the ideals of Freemasonry.

These principles include knowledge, honesty, integrity, justice, virtue, strength, equality or fraternity, among others. Some of the authors you will find in this article are Winston Churchill, Benjamin Franklin, Mark Twain, Vasilios Karpos, Charles Chaplin and Napoleon Bonaparte.

-Speak honestly. Think honestly. Act with integrity.

-What comes easy, does not last long; and what lasts a long time does not come easy.

-What does it mean to serve God? In doing good to humanity. -Benjamin Franklin.

-It is better to be the king of your silence than the slave of your words. -William Shakespeare.

-A diamond is just a piece of coal that withstood stress in an extraordinary way.

-There is never anything impossible for those who try.

-The wise man hears one word and understands two. -Yiddish proverb.

-Do what is right, not what is easy.

-The only thing worse than being blind is having sight but no vision.

-The secret of success is consistency of purpose. -Benjamin Disraeli.

-The most difficult and most important work is the one I do on myself. -Jose Marti.

-Excuses will always be there for you, opportunities will not.

-It is difficult to beat a person who never gives up.

-The world changes with your example, not with your opinion.

Intelligence is the ability to adapt to change. -Stephen Hawking.

-An investment in knowledge always pays the best interest. -Benjamin Franklin.

-Everything that man ignores does not exist for him. That is why the universe of each one is summed up to the size of his knowledge. -Albert Einstein.

-Do not look back in anger or forward in fear, but around with attention. -James Thunder.

-More than an institution, more than a tradition, more than a society, Freemasonry is one of the forms of divine life on earth. -Joseph Fort Newton.

-Courage is what it takes to stand up and speak, but it is also what it takes to sit down and listen.

-Never discourage someone who continually makes progress. No matter how slow they are.

-Physical vigor is good, and intellectual vigor is even better. But above all, there is character. -Theodore Roosevelt.

-There are no strangers in Freemasonry, only friends you have to meet. -Dave Thomas.

-Everything in your life is a reflection of a decision you have made. If you want a different result, make a different decision.

-Be like a tree. Change your leaves, but never lose your roots. Change your mind, but don’t lose your principles.

-The strength of Freemasonry lies in our loyalty to one another. -Vasilios Karpos.

-Learn to be humble enough to avoid being blinded by arrogance, but dignified enough not to allow yourself to be humiliated.

-The bird that rehearses the first flight falls to the ground is not wrong. He is wrong who for fear of falling gives up flying by staying in the nest.

-I have sworn on the altar of God, eternal hostility against any form of tyranny over the minds of men. -Thomas Jefferson.

-Always admit a mistake. This will cause those in the position of authority to drop their guard and allow you to commit more. -Mark Twain.

-You cannot expect to live with negative people and expect to live a positive life. Be the change you want to be in the world.

-War is a massacre between people who do not know each other, for the benefit of people who do know each other, but do not massacre each other. -Paul Ambroise Valery.

-The true Mason takes full responsibility for the condition of his character, and even seeks its perfection. -William Howard Taft.

-Everything that tends to unite men more strongly is useful for humanity; From this point of view, Freemasonry deserves respect. -LaLande.

-Freemasonry is founded on the immutable laws of truth and justice, and its great objective is to promote the happiness of the human race. -George Washington.

-The greatest lesson in life is knowing that fools are sometimes right. -Winston Churchill.

-It is not necessary to be surrounded to be valued. The lion walks alone, while the sheep walks in a herd.

-Only an educated mind can understand a thought different from yours without having to accept it. -Aristotle.

-A good teacher is like a candle: he consumes himself to light the way for other brothers.

Don’t be afraid to question yourself. Even planets collide, and out of that chaos stars are born. -Charles Chaplin.

-Few are those who have enough courage to admit their errors and defects, as well as the decision to amend them.

-The wise are those who search for wisdom. Fools think they have found it. -Napoleon Bonaparte.

-Life is a long-term path in which you are teacher and student. Sometimes you have to teach, every day you have to learn.

-The poor man is not the one who does not have a penny, but the one who does not have a dream. -Harry Kemp.

-The best qualities of our character do not come from trying, but from the mysterious and yet most effective ability to be inspired. -Harry Emerson Fosdick.

-Freemasonry was not made to divide us, but to unite us, leaving each man free to think what he wanted […]. His focus lies on two pillars, the love of God and the love of man. -Joseph Fort Newton.

-Brotherly love, faith, truth, temperance, courage, prudence and justice are much stronger for human development, human relationships and human life than the rules of science. -LL Williams.

-Freemasonry is an institution founded on reason and eternal truth; whose base is the civilization of humanity, and whose glory has the perpetual support of two great pillars: virtue and morality.

-It is no secret that one of the greatest values ​​in Freemasonry is that it allows men of all conditions to unite equally in the same place and with a common interest. -Theodore Roosevelt.

-Freemasonry embraces the highest moral laws and stands the test of any ethical or philosophical system ever promulgated for the enrichment of man. -Douglas McCarther.

-Freemasonry is an ancient and respectable institution that accepts individuals of all nations, religions and conditions. […] All that is needed is a blameless character and virtuous conduct. -Andrew Jackson.

-What people say or think about me is none of my business. I am what I am and I do what I do. I don’t expect anything and I accept everything. And this makes life much easier. -Anthony Hopkins.

-We Freemasons are among the lucky ones who teach us to meet with people of opposite ideas and convictions to ours, and still respect each other as brothers. -Albert Pike.

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