Sunday, January 20, 2013

Rough Ashlar

The first time I heard about the Rough Ashlar,

 I thought about the Taoist: pu (simplified Chinese: 朴; traditional Chinese: 樸; pinyin: pǔ, pú; Wade–Giles: p'u; the "uncarved block", which represents the "original nature."

       In the symbolism of Freemasonry, you are told that you have to find the deeper meaning on your own.   Maybe this is it?   The Perfect Ashlar and the Rough Ashlar are one.


Unknown said...

Thank you for your thought provoking post. Keep 'em coming, brother!

Unknown said...

Thanks for this thought provoking post. Certainly gives me something to meditate on. Keep 'em coming, brother!