There is an old occult maxim which declares that—" Nothing is concealed from him who knows." No Mason is bound to conceal that which he has never learned in the Lodge. All else he receives as he learns any thing, places his own estimate upon its value, and becomes individually responsible for its use. It must be a matter of conscience, and be weighed in the balance of duty, and every one must abide by the result. If Masonry has lost the Royal Secret, or if it never possessed it, or if it was wrenched away in the very name of Religion little more than a century ago, all the same, it belongs to the Craft as the Heir-apparent of the Old Wisdom. But the time has come when no cable-tow can bind it. It now belongs to Humanity equally with the Mason. To this end has it been preserved throughout the centuries.

Monday, February 7, 2011

Just Call Me Lefty

I think I may be out of balance, listing like a ship more to one side than the other. Granted I tend to be a little left in my politics, not all the way, but definitely a little more left than right.
I did notice this morning I put on my pants left leg first, never forgetting the right after, although I’m sure with age I’ll probably forget to wear pants. But for now I definitely put my left leg in first.
I was born left handed, and still am, except for golf and hockey, neither of which I play anymore, hockey because I’m too old, and golf because I’m not old enough.
As of late my new cardiologist you no your in trouble when you have a cardiologist, says my right coronary artery is completely blocked. Now that does suck, but fortunately I still have my left. Although my condition may sound dire, it appears I’ve created new pathways over the years and although my right side may be history, my left is keeping me alive, whew. I guess that gym membership is worth the price!
I do still have a little right left in me. To my surprise I am still right brained, creative, philosophical, highly imaginative, and spiritual, and although conspiracy theorists may think I follow a left hand path, little do they know I follow the right path, and the arteries in my right leg are better than the left.
All and all I’m living a rather balanced life, thank God.

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