Brandon Cook

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From the East – April 2018

“Friend, Compatriot, Neighbor, Acquaintance,” some of the many descriptions of people we know, all good and well meaning.  However I find my self preferring the title of  “My Brother” when addressing or meeting a fellow Freemason.  It has a ring to it that gives me great pleasure and satisfaction.  To be a part of an …

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From the West – April 2018

Greetings Brethren from the Station of Strength, While brushing up on my financial literacy, I recently found equilibrium in Howard Marks’ The Most Important Thing Illuminated (Columbia University Press, 2013). In it, Marks expands upon an epiphany concerning contrarianism, “skepticism and pessimism aren’t synonymous. Skepticism calls for pessimism when optimism is excessive. But it also …

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From the West – March 2018

Greetings Brethren from the Station of Strength, Have you read Graham Hancock’s The Sign and the Seal (Touchstone, 1993) which outlines the description, origin, journey and location of the lost Ark of the Covenant as well as the many mysteries and legends surrounding its historical significance? The story centers around the author’s journey to Ethiopia …

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