Obsessed With Understanding God From An Early Age
Freemasonry is basically an international fraternity dedicated to charity, philanthropy and brotherhood. The only requirement for membership is the belief in a Supreme Being. Some men become Freemasons because they are interested in secret meetings that connect them via the world of ritual and dogma. Others become Freemasons because George Washington, Albert Pike and other notable men were Freemasons. One brother stated in the movie 33 Degrees and Beyond that he became a Freemason because from an early age he was obsessed with understanding what death means. Many men become Freemasons because they are obsessed with God as reflected in the Masonic Logo.
I became a Freemason because from an early age I was obsessed with understanding God. The “G” in the Masonic Logo stands for God and not “geometry” as I once believed. In my quest for Divine Light I have investigated many different belief systems.
Obsessed With My Head and Not My Heart
My spiritual experience of God has yet to be reflected in most of my actions and that is why I am writing this blog. It is my intention to practice what I preach and to become a more loving member of the global community. Since I am now talking less due to my new neuromuscular disorder I will need to project my love with my heart and actions.
The next time I see Br. John Drewery I will mention this to him. I feel like I know Br. Drewery’s spirit-self because he is so much like me. We both grew up without strong Earth fathers for character building. Drewery and I both have jive talking personalities.
Jacklyn Stein Henderson
Twenty-eight years ago Jackie Stein and the Emissaries of Divine Light were an enormous influence in my life. She uplifted my body, mind and soul. It was one of my first experiences with attempting to quiet and soften my persona. I used to suffer from a total lack of self-awareness.
It was a long and painful journey but when I finally faced how unrefined and unsophisticated I was things changed dramatically in my life.