Finally, we hope that the contents of Section III will stimulate all of us Craftsmen, and not only the leaders of the Fraternity, to seek more and more light in Masonry, to live its precepts and principles consistently in daily life, and to disseminate them as widely as we can among our countrymen, particularly those who come under the pale of our influence each day.
Let us all work together in close harmony toward recapturing the spirit of the founding fathers and pioneering members of the Fraternity, so that our non-Mason countrymen will recognize Philippine Masonry as a science of character building and an art of high ethical living that walks arm in arm withscientific and technological advances toward evolving in Philippine society a more just, wiser, more merciful, more peaceful, and more harmonious order.
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Uhm...to seek more and more light in Masonry, to live its precepts and principles consistently in daily life?
Why not just try this, eh?
See why Masonry is a religion in itself. It belies their claims that they promote the worship of God among their members and that they encourage their brother Masons to be better members of their individual churches.