Freemasonry is kindness in the home; honesty in business; courtesy toward others;
dependability in one's work; compassion for the unfortunate; resistance to evil; help for the
weak; concern for good government; support for public education; and above all, a
life-practicing reverence for God and love of fellow man.

  Masonry seeks to destroy ignorance under whatever form

Each mason owes obedience to the Order and to the laws of his country; he must live
honorably, practice justice, love his neighbor, work unceasingly for the true happiness of
humanity and help human beings to emancipate themselves from the thralldom of passion
and ignorance.  

From the first to the last, to whatever degree the aspirant may desire to be admitted, the first
condition to be fulfilled is to have a reputation of unsullied honor and probity.  
Members of the Order owe to each other help and support in all circumstances and
conditions of life.

To think high, to speak truth, to do well, to be tolerant to others, to search after truth, to
practice liberty under law, fraternal equality, justice and solidarity, are the duties which the
Supreme Council , prescribes for its members seeking to build to the Glory of the Great
Architect of the Universe, to the perfection of Humanity, and to the service of the Head of All
True Freemasons.