Monthly Archives: November 2014

Establishing Strength

Bro. Jon Patrick Sage

 

In our first two degrees of Masonry, the concept of strength comes first, with establishment following. This is also the case in the order in which the first Temple at Jerusalem was allowed by God to be built. David represented strength, his son, the King Solomon, was establishment in persona. Further on, and again representing the Globes: Boaz represents the terrestrial (Strength, Terra Firma), and Jachin that of the celestial heavens (Establishment, Eternal in the heavens). Continue reading

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Cornfields to City Streets ~ Everything That Lies Between: A Collection of Short Stories & Lessons in Life

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“Cornfields to City Streets ~ Everything That Lies Between: A Collection of Short Stories & Lessons in Life” is a collection of short stories based on the real life events and happenings of Jon Patrick Sage. These were written over a period of 15 years, and reflect a growth and maturity in character that most undergo, but few bother to record in prose. Yet, Jon has kept a journal of sorts, for at least these, and some upcoming events, which not only point out the importance of any particular situation, often with deep and somber tones, but also highlights the laughter and humor found in nearly every interaction. The quality and joy in life is present, more often than not, if we only take the time to look for it. If so- it will be found, and this is the essence of “Cornfields to City Streets ~ Everything That Lies Between: A Collection of Short Stories & Lessons in Life”.

-Jon Patrick Sage