Like many other associations, it considers its internal activities to be a private matter of its members.
There is no secret in terms of its goals and principles, which can be read on this website.
Secrets of Freemasonry are associated with its traditional ways of identifying. Its rituals are private.
In everyday speech there is little that can not be discussed about free masonry. In the investigative process, free masons are free and proud to acknowledge their membership.
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The civil duties of the free masons must always be above any obligation to other free masons, and any attempt to protect a free mason who acted improperly or unlawfully or allowed unfair gains for another mason, is contrary to this primary duty.
PERSONAL OR BUSINESS DAMAGES
If it is possible to prove that any personal failure or business difficulties can be attributed to the ‘Masonic influence’, the Masonic Authority would seriously take this fact into account, since it would be contrary to the principles of Free Masonry.
A free mason must not use his membership to promote his or other’s work, professional or personal interests. This is directly or indirectly made known several times at the beginning of a career so that no free mason can be pretended not to know it. The masonry activities of a free mason who violates this rule will be suspended or he will even be excluded.
Free masonry should not be allowed to ruin family and other relationships, taking away a member of too much time or money or iliciting the behavior that would in any way be in conflict with their interests.
The principles of free masonry do not in any way interfere with the civil obligations of members, both at work, as well as in private or public life, but, on the contrary, they should encourage them to fulfill public and private obligations. Therefore, there is no conflict of interest between the obligations of a member of the Free Masonry and his public duties. If there is any knowledge or indication of a real or potential conflict of obligations or interests, it is necessary to publish it.
From time to time it can be wise to carefully disclose membership to avoid what others wrongly think is a potential conflict or prejudice. This, however, must be the subject of an individual assessment.
Every member should be quite clear that his membership does not in any way exempt him from fulfilling his obligations to the society in which he lives. The duty of a new member requires him to properly fulfill civil obligations; These obligations concern his private, public, business and professional life.
RESPECT OF THE LAW
Free masonry requires its members to respect the laws of every country in which they live and work.
Brotherly love – Every real free mason will show tolerance and respect for the opinions of others and will behave kindly and with understanding towards his colleagues.
Help – Free masons learn to be merciful and to care not only of themselves, but also of the community as a whole, with merciful giving, as well as voluntary efforts and deeds as individuals.
Truth – Free masons are fighting for the truth, setting high moral standards and striving to reach them in their own lives.
Free masons believe that these principles represent the way to reach higher standards in life.