(by Midnight Freemason Contributor WB Robert E. Jackson, March 14, 2019)
“I’ve had it. I’m done. I can’t believe they voted that way. I’ve worked so hard for this effort, but the Lodge doesn’t seem to care. I feel so passionate about this subject, but the Lodge simply will not support it.”
I’ve spoken with a Brother recently who had stated that at one point in time, he had considered demitting from the Craft. And here I thought I was the only one! It doesn’t take much to want to throw away membership in something, especially when you don’t have much ownership.
If you find yourself at odds with your Lodge, speak with the Master. Ensure they understand your concerns. Offer solutions, because believe me, when the Master hears problems, more often than not they will want to address it. Without approaching with a possible solution, though, the statements can be received as a simple complaint that is easily dismissed. A solution proposed, however, offers a…