it with a scoop. Because it has no material existence it cannot carry a child of two, or a sack of flour. Its burdens are
burdens of the heart.”
And that just might be Freemasonry’s answer to one of the
world’s oldest questions – “Am I my brother’s keeper?”
carrying a 200-pound sack on your back.
But if it were 200 pounds of gold, and it was
to be yours after a mile, you wouldn’t find
it ‘too heavy.’
“Masonry, my son, is a state of mind.
You can’t put it on the scales or measure
“How far am I to go in taking care of my brother?
Are there any limits to my responsibilities to him?”