‘s simultaneous, both a goal and a work in progress and a haven’t started yet.

This is very Freemason symbolic too.  Part of me always found them intriguing: a lot of their beliefs suit me quite well for this reason.  This is the Rough Ashlar, Perfect Ashlar: it’s simultaneous, both a goal and a work in progress and a haven’t started yet.  Heidegger comes to mind as well.72b3747d6cd72b59d53e6d0b54dbd951

I did a brief research after seeing your post and as I had in the past, briefly considered applying.  In so many ways it reminds me of Scouting, an organization that was very influential to me, but as before I concluded the Freemason organization is “not my thing”.  But that being said, I like many of their ideas in principle.  Recognition of the fundamental imperfection of self and the ongoing striving towards betterment is a good thing, no matter where it comes from.

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