WBro. Nathan Brindle has pointed out an error in my most recent editorial in Issue No. 11 of the Journal of the Masonic Society ("Lessons From My Watch"), in which I depicted the Hebrew word "hod" as דוֹה. It turns out I failed to remember to typeset it properly (or "backwards" as I prefer to think of it), which would be more correctly, הוֹד.
This of course means that instead of spelling "hod," it does, in fact, spell, "DOH!"
I will gratefully remember to wish him many happy returns of the Chaka Khan season next winter.
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