Late but Great!

By: Stephen Balke

As I sit here and work to squeeze this issue into September at the 11th hour, many pop-culture references come to mind. The issues are intended to go out at the beginning of the month and one thing after another – that is, one decision after another – brought me to this point. As with each of us, it’s not the circumstance, but our response-ability that matters. Our Lodges have the Ashlars to remind us that while we circumambulate life, we are able to reflect and improve.

Stephen Balke Editor

The October edition of the Freemason will be targeted for mid-month, and November will be intended for early in the month.

If you’ve noticed the quality and quantity of contributions just keeps getting better. THANK YOU to the leadership of the Most Worshipful Grand Master and the Grand Lodge officers for setting a pace that not only provides an example but has also been bringing home the topics and experiences that may inspire us to act and encourage feeding momentum. Please consider sharing what you do with all of us – it may inspire greater and more activity in Masonry in NM!

We look forward to helping you to share all the things you’re doing to help Masonry and your Lodge or group grow!

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