Have you ever seen someone who shortly after joining Freemasonry, goes all in. Eats and Breathes Freemasonry with such fury that you’d think nothing else in their world matters?
If the masonic journey was a race, they would be going against all prudent advice from experts. Make sure to take care of your body, pace yourself, don’t ignore the signs of wear and tear, etc.
Is Freemasonry good? Of course it is! Could it turn into a bad thing for you, if you put it above all other things? I think you know the answer to that. In this episode, we bring you some real life examples and some tips to help you avoid Masonic Burnout.
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