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    Posted: July/19/2011 at 12:36am

Into reading anything regarding history, and self improvement. Currently reading A Pilgrim's Path: Freemasonry and the Religious Right and The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People.

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I have also read "A Pilgrim's Path,"  an excellent book.  The author was not a Mason when he wrote the book, but later became one.  There are many good books about Masonry.  I usually buy used books from Amazon or Borders Marketplace and end up paying  far less than $5 for a book (plus shipping) and have never been disappointed with the quality of the used book; many appear to have never been opened and hardbound books usually come with the dust jacket still intact.  I am currently reading "The Lost Keys Of Freemasonry," by Manly P. Hall.   
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Try brother "George Washington's Rules of Civility & Decent Behavior in Company and Conversation".
 
Oddly enough, it is quite pertinent even today.
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I will look into them both, thanks!
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I am a hard core reader, around 3.5 hours a day. I like crime fiction, history, Masonic books, just about anything really. 
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Try:

MOBY DICK by Herman Melville (mentions Freemasonry).

THE MARTYRDOM OF MAN by William Woodward Reade (a Freemason).

'THE PASSION STROKE: A Tale of Ancient Masonry' (1906) by Mary Fairweather (a very well written work).
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HARMONY by HRH Charles, Prince of Wales.
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Originally posted by Trent Trent wrote:

Into reading anything regarding history, and self improvement. Currently reading <SPAN id=btAsinTitle>A Pilgrim's Path: Freemasonry and the Religious Right and <SPAN id=btAsinTitle>The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People.</SPAN></SPAN>



Try reading "The Building Better Builders Series of Uncommon Masonic Education books and Videos" when you get a chance.

They are filled with history and self-improvement.

You can find them here: http://www.coach.net/BuildingBuilders.htm

Building Builders - Masonic Education!

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