Friday, June 1st, 2018

Pareto Principles Inaction

Written by J. Mitchell
Thursday, February 15th, 2018

A Brave World, New or Otherwise.

Written by J. Mitchell

Freemasonry has the potential to restructure how individuals – and by transitive property communities and societies – organize and identify themselves by directing wisdom towards living, and away from pursuing wisdom as a goal unto itself. It only requires Masons to be brave enough to do so.

Thursday, February 15th, 2018

Well, Is it?

Written by J. Mitchell

Dear Worshipful Masters: Is the experience you provide your Lodge every month, by design or by default.  

Monday, September 18th, 2017

Some Incomplete Thoughts, Completely Worth Sharing

Written by J. Mitchell

I start with Masonry being an Initiatic and orthopraxic tradition. As such the rituals aren’t for the candidate. The rituals are for the initiates. Lodges exist as a community, whereby the members arrange for a shared experience, a visceral encounter with the virtues – and in case of the MM degree the iniquities – built […]

Friday, June 23rd, 2017

How to Crush Being a Junior or Senior Steward

Written by J. Mitchell

If you can’t get trusted with coffee, you can’t be trusted with anything else, most especially with initiating the next generation of men into the Craft. If you you’re “too good” to do the coffee run, that tells the Lodge everything they need to know about you. Show some initiative and confidence by leveling up […]