As far as the other person is concerned, you’re both still entitled to play the field a little.
Sorry babe, I’m sure you’re hot stuff and all, but don’t spend your time and effort stalking them in the canteen the next day.
by: Unknown Every Master Mason is obliged to abide by the laws, regulations and edicts of his Grand Lodge; the by-laws of the particular lodge of which he is a member, and to maintain and support the Landmarks and “Ancient Usages and Customs of the Fraternity.” It is impossible to abide by any laws if we do not know what they are.
The American automobile driver who attempts to negotiate a London street without knowing the peculiarities of English law will be arrested in the first block; he must there drive on the left and pass on the right; not drive on the right and pass on the left, as in this country.
Unquestionably it embodied the laws of Masonry as they were known to the members of the four lodges which formed the first Grand Lodge, and hence have the respectability of an antiquity much greater than their printed life of two hundred and six years (in 1929).
In general, it may be said that the “Old Charges” are concerned with the individual brother, and his relations to his lodge and his brethren; the General Regulations with the conduct of the Craft as a whole.
The “General Regulations” as set forth in “Anderson’s Constitutions of 1723” have a curious history, into which it is not necessary to go here; suffice it that they were adopted shortly after the formation in 1717 of the First or Mother Grand Lodge in England.
The work was first published under the date of 1723.In this duality of allegiance Masonry follows civil law; thus, am American residing abroad is amenable to the laws of the nation in which he lives, but is also expected to obey the laws of his own nation; for instance, an American residing abroad is not exempt from the United States income tax laws.Neither is a Mason from California exempt form the laws of the Grand Lodge of that State, merely because he happens to be sojourning in Maine, or some foreign country.Juris-dictions which have lesser, or a greater number, with very few exceptions, include all of Mackey’s points. Not only are you expected to learn and soak up a mound of new information for your degree, make new friends as well as try out new crazy things, there’s also a good chance that you’ll be distracted at times…Whilst I do not claim to have any expertise on the dating etiquette in all corners of the world, from speaking with my fellow peers (who will remain anonymous to spare any red faces ), I’ve identified some universal truths when it comes to university dating which could potentially keep any heartache or humiliation to a minimum.(See also: Five scary things they don't tell you about university.)You had an AMAZING night, it was pure magic, you’re totally on the same page as each other on absolutely everything. Even if this is so, try to refrain from changing your Facebook status to “in a relationship” straight after your romantic encounter. ) agree with your point of view first, otherwise you might be left cyber rejected (ouch!The Landmarks may be regarded as bearing the same relation to Masonic law in general, including the “Old Charges” and the “General Regulations,” as the provisions of the Magna Charta bear to modern constitutional law. The government of the Fraternity by a Grand Master. The prerogative of the Grand Master to preside over every assembly of the Craft. The prerogative of the Grand Master to grant dispensations for the conferring of degrees at irregular intervals. The prerogative of the Grand Master to give dispensations for opening and holding lodges. The prerogative of the Grand Master to make Masons at sight. The Institution disburses a very large amount in charity.