The Way of Service
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The Way of Service

By George S. Arundale

It was for all those who seek to serve that the Freemason George Arundale provided these guiding principles. Freemasonry instructs that the greatest among us is the one who serves best. The question remains, however, how does one know how best to serve? Moreover, what does it mean to truly serve? In The Way of Service, Brother Arundale answers — with simple, yet wise, aphorisms — a multitude of questions, which may arise related to service: providing his vision of service gained through decades of laboring for humanity. Arundale explains that true service requires acting without expectation of reward, as well as, a humbling of oneself to whatever work one is called to accomplish.

i Foreword
ii Chapter I
iii Chapter II
iv Chapter III
v Chapter IV
VI Chapter V

 

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