Benjamin Franklin, in the opinion of many, has been the most accomplished American that has ever lived. He was a master of the art in many spheres; a signatory on both the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United States of America, as well as an eminent Freemason. He is attributed with the adage; “tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I will learn”.
Freemasonry is all about involvement. This is how we convey an understanding of our principles and tenets to our Brethren. Our ritual is designed to be fully participative in its practice and the more you practice, the more involved you become.
Read more in The Square and Compasses, May 2018. The official newsletter of the Grand Lodge of South Africa.
The Square and Compasses No 76 June 2018