Le Droit Humain’s International magazine is a magazine that can be viewed by every member of the order in a secure area. The Sovereign Grand Commander of the Order as you would guess, would give a few words to our international brethren in this magazine. If you are a member and have not found the time to read or catch up on the magazines, I hope you will find the time and I charge all members of Worshipful Lodge Amen-Ra#584 Orient of Milwaukee, to read them when your T.F.I.G. permits. Some of the topics you are missing include:
• The vision of the future
• Birth and growth across the planet
• Twinning updates
We are also eager to hear about our pioneer lodges and triangles. We also have information on the internationality of our order, which we call federations,with locations in France, Belgium, Brazil,The Netherlands, Great Britain, India, Greece, U.S.A., Australia, Iceland, Finland, Austria, Scandinavia, Spain, Switzerland, Italy, South Africa, New Zealand, Chile and West Africa, with Jurisdictions in Poland, Portugal, Argentina, Israel, Canada, Bulgaria, Cameroon, Germany, Central America and the Caribbean, Mexico and Madagascar, and Pioneer Lodges in Luxembourg, Eastern Europe, Africa, South America and Mauritius. The international convention is also a hot topic and is held every five years and masonic business is always on the agenda, i.e. Our rights and duties. As for the International Order of Freemasonry for Men and Women- Le Droit Humain, American Federation, we have the Square and Compasses which is our MPGC bulletin. Diversity is always a discussion we can’t get enough of,which has always been a mainstay from our founders.
In closing, contemplate the words of this 18th century philosopher Immanuel Kant, who stated,”Enlightenment is man’s emergence from his self-imposed nonage. Nonage is the inability to use one’s understanding without anothers guidance. This nonage is self-imposed if its cause lies not in lack of understanding, but in indecision and lack of courage to use one’s mind without anothers guidance. Sapere Aude! Dare to Know! Have the courage to use your own understanding is therefore, the motto of the enlightenment era.”