Third Generation Mason
by Richard Rademaker
I got the feeling that finally, I found here the way to work on myself with all the freedom I need.
Working this way, I understood what Brotherhood really means. Although my grandfather and my father were Masons, it took me 17 years of reading, before I understood the tolerance that you need in life.
Being too close to Freemasons made me more sceptic. But when I joined with 37 years I really went for it. It changed my life completely, my way of thinking, of acting, of looking at the world, etc.
I think I became a better person. And this is why I like freemasonry, one way or another it work as a catalyzer to let me in all freedom to grow better, to improve the human being, me.