“The principles of Freemasonry are founded on the purest morality, and are intended to promote the happiness of mankind.” – George Washington

“Masonry has a far more important part to play in the education of the human race than most people realize.” – Winston Churchill

“The Freemason is a builder of the Temple of God, not made with hands, eternal in the heavens.” – Albert Pike

“Freemasonry is a beautiful system of morality, veiled in allegory and illustrated by symbols.” – Franklin D. Roosevelt

“A Mason is a man who has decided that he likes to feel good about himself and others. He cares about the future as well as the past, and does what he can, both alone and with others, to make the future good for everyone.” – Norman Vincent Peale

“Freemasonry is an institution founded on the basis of wisdom, strength, and beauty, and having for its object the cultivation of those principles, with the ultimate view of making its members wiser, stronger, and more beautiful.” – Benjamin Franklin

“Freemasonry is the beacon of our civilization, the hope of our future, and the glory of our past.” – Rudyard Kipling

“Freemasonry is a science of morality, veiled in allegory, and illustrated by symbols.” – Robert Burns

“A Masonic Lodge is a temple of peace, harmony, and brotherly love, in which all human beings, regardless of their religious, social, or political beliefs, can find refuge and support.” – Voltaire

“The one thing in life which a man cannot take from another is his Masonic membership.” – C. Haddon Chambers

“There is no institution in the world which has done more for the cause of morality and virtue than Freemasonry.” – John H. Cowles

“Masonry is, above all, an institution designed to make good men better.” – Harry S. Truman

“A good Mason is a man who endeavours to live according to the principles of his craft, and to spread around him the blessings of peace, love, and happiness.” – Leonardo da Vinci QUOTES FOR SINGLE FATHERS

“The greatest benefit of Freemasonry is the development of character and the cultivation of good citizenship.” – John F. Kennedy

“Freemasonry is a way of life, rather than a mere system of beliefs.” – Arthur Conan Doyle

“Freemasonry is not only a bond of brotherhood, it is also a bond of good citizenship and good works.” – William McKinley

“Freemasonry is the science of morality, veiled in allegory, and illustrated by symbols.” – Samuel Johnson

“Freemasonry is not a religion, but it is a form of worship, a way of life, and a philosophy of existence.” – Winston Churchill

“The Masonic order is one of the greatest moral and intellectual forces in the world today.” – Theodore Roosevelt

“A Masonic Lodge is a place where men can come together to improve themselves and to make the world a better place.” – Henry Ford

“The truest reflection of a Masonic Lodge is its members and their actions.” – Rudyard Kipling

“Freemasonry is a brotherhood of men who share a common devotion to the principles of moral and ethical behavior, a love of peace and harmony, and a dedication to the upliftment of the human condition.” – Richard Branson

“Masonry is a moral and virtuous society, having as its aim the betterment of mankind.” – J. Edgar Hoover

“Freemasonry is the one organization in the world that brings together men of all races, religions, and countries, and teaches them to work together in peace and harmony.” – Harry S. Truman.