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Perhaps it is subversive. Perhaps it is foolish; attempting to reconfigure freemasonry into a marketable comodity. Sell it. 500 years of history is hard to ignore but that is what happens when the nature of the masonic order is exposed to attempts to reconfiguration. This is not without impact. Gratefully, strict observance attempts to reverse this type of trending. The advantage of cultural plurality and greater numbers has pushed our philosophy in many directions. I can't help wonder, if philosophical discussion of virtue, merit, morality can exist in parallel with agendae promoting our reverent Order in the marketplace.
Does adminstration alone, now define freemasonry and to hell with the landmarks and observation? When we face a task, many perfectly suitable answers fail because their spokemen are not as persuavise as others with weaker solutions. So claiming we don't know what to do or how to do it is misleading. We may be our own worst enemy in that regard. Regardless of the skill of a speaker,essential ideas of freemasonry must never be excised. Obviously our Grand Lodge is the protector of freemasonry. Freemasonry is otherwise vulnerable.
Philosophical discussion has its place as does authority. Respectful debate allows us to explore all sides of a question. The function of freemasonry requires a respectful blend of those equally important talents, weighing options before deciding.When respectful balance is lacking, we find ourselves struggling and frustrated.
To find merit among persuasive people requires validation. Validation only comes from objective minds. This attitude is suited so well to freemasonry, we would do well to give it respect. Virtue could be common religion.
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Kevin S. Lemons, son of the late Wilbert and Ruth Lemons, was born into a great legacy of vocalists, musicians and directors. His grandmother, Mrs. Annie Ruth Lemons, is the founder of the legendary Atlanta Masonic Choir which was organized in 1942 and still exists today. Kevin’s father, Wilbert, was an accomplished director and his mother, Ruth, an accomplished lead vocalist. Needless to say, Kevin’s path would undoubtedly be one filled with music. A noted director, choral and instrumental arranger, gifted vocalist and skilled musician, Kevin S. Lemons exemplifies greatness by every measure of the word. With a strong conviction for biblical principles and righteous living, Kevin’s parents reared him in a God-fearing home and encouraged his involvement in church at a very young age. In church and on travels with the Atlanta Masonics young Kevin was afforded the opportunity to develop himself as a musician, singer and director. Asked how much he was impacted by his introduction to gospel performances at a young age he responds “those experiences made me who I am today. Watching my father direct and teach while witnessing my mother’s vocal ability are things I cherish”. Without doubt Mr. and Mrs. Lemons were very instrumental in identifying, developing and nurturing the gifts their son possessed. With the support and blessings of his parents Kevin responded to a great call to begin his own music ministry in 1996.Gathering a few singing friends and acquaintances in a small church is where it all began. Kevin Lemons, with God’s direction and purpose in his heart, organized Higher Calling. This ministry, collectively known as Kevin Lemons & Higher Calling, set out on a fast-trackto success by working diligently to create a sound and image unique to themselves.
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