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I loved these! Best post of the week.
Har, that's a good one.I've also heard it said that something becomes tradition when we've forgetten why we do something.I've heard things like alumni of my organization going back to their chapters and have the current members tell the newbies stuff that is 'tradition, we've always done it' when the alumn knew that was never done that way when they were in...
Or to quote my friend Mark Tabbert, we used to have secrets. Now we have have Alzheimer's.
true, true. However, to present a balanced argument, you should also refer to the following:http://www.despair.com/changewinds.htmlAfter all, rabid reformers can often wreak as much damage as rigid traditionalists.
ATTENTION!Kindly sign your comment posts. Anonymous postings on Masonic topics have the same status as cowans and eavesdroppers, as far as I am concerned, and may be deleted if I don't recognize you or if I'm in a grumpy mood.