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Not being a religious person nor an atheist, I was searching for a place and a meaning in life. The Grand Principles upon which Freemasonry is founded - Brotherly Love, Relief and Truth give me a moral code of conduct by which to live my life, which will hopefully encourage me to be a better man tomorrow than the one I am today.