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To pity the misfortunes of others; to be humble but without meanness; to abjure every sentiment of hatred and revenge; to show himself magnanimous and liberal without ostentation and without profusion; to be the enemy of vice; to pay homage to wisdom and virtue; to respect innocence; to be constant and patient in adversity and modest in prosperity; to avoid every irregularity which stains the soul and distempers the body; it is by following these precepts that a Mason will become a good citizen, a faithful husband, a tender father, an obedient son and a true brother: will honor friendship, and fulfil with ardor the duties which virtue and the social relations impose upon him.


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