by Midnight Freemason Founder

Todd E. Creason


Editors Note* Published just before Christmas in 2012, this piece recently came to mind when I was thinking about the types of Freemasons we have. Specifically, the dues payers and the guys who show up and make it happen. In any case, enjoy this one, it’s the third time it’s been posted. Guys just seem to love it, it’s great! – RJ

Are you an active member

The kind that would be missed

Or are you just content

That your name is on the list?

Do you attend the meetings

And mingle with the flock.

Or do you stay at home

To criticize and knock?

Do you take an active part

To help the work along

Or are you satisfied to be

The kind that just belongs?

Do you ever go to visit

A member who is sick,

Or leave the work to just a few

And talk about the “clique”?

Think this over

You know right from wrong,

Are you an active member

Or do you just belong?


Midnight Freemasons Contributor Greg Knott forwarded this to me about this time last year. Everyone seemed to enjoy it a great deal last year, so I thought I’d repost it for those of you that have joined us since. I hope it makes you think . . .


Todd E. Creason, 33° is the founder of the Midnight Freemasons blog, and author of several books and novels, including the Famous American Freemasons series. He is member of Homer Lodge No. 199, and a Past Master of Ogden Lodge No. 754 (IL). He is a member the Scottish Rite Valley of Danville, the York Rite Bodies of Champaign/Urbana (IL), the Ansar Shrine (IL), Eastern Illinois Council No. 356 Allied Masonic Degrees, and Charter President of the Illini High Twelve in Champaign-Urbana (IL). He is also the author of the blog From Labor To Refreshment . . .

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