Honorable Men: The Model Behavior of a Freemason:. Freemasonry Tenets
We are Honorable Men and should always act as such.Being an honorable man and behaving honorably are qualities that should set every Man and Mason apart. As members of the Most Honorable fraternity in the world, we are called to lead exemplary lives, which model the virtuous tenets inculcated in Freemasonry. Our Masonic Duty calls us to work daily in improving ourselves and become a better fit to the improvement of society. Join us as we explore a few ways in which we can lead by example and live a life worthy of a Master Mason. We are not perfect, but the acknowledgement of those imperfections are the first steps in becoming a better version of ourselves. Have you been witness to behaviors unbecoming of Masons? Learn how can you make a difference in your Lodge, in your Family and in your Community by behaving honorably.
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How to behave honorably?
- To be mindful that people look at us extra carefully and expect us to act with honor.
- If we display the Square and Compasses in our vehicles, we should drive with courtesy, patience and restraint.
- If we see Brothers who are not making right decisions or are about to err, it is our duty to speak wise counsel to them and prevent them from falling.