The Grand Lodge of Antient Free and Accepted Masons of Scotland

The Grand Lodge of Antient Free and Accepted Masons of Scotland The 'Head Office' for Scottish Freemasonry. Contains adminstrative offices, Museum and Library as well as a number of function/meeting rooms.
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The Grand Lodge of Antient Free and Accepted Masons of Scotland administers the Scottish Craft across the world. Freemasons' Hall houses, as one would expect, all the departments necessary to operate an international organisation. These include: Finance, Homes for the older person, a shop, administration and a Museum and Library. It is in this building that Grand Lodge meets to take all major decisions relating to the Scottish Craft.

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Grand Secretary, William Semple, walks 128 miles in support of charities local to his Province of Perthshire West - see ...
08/06/2021
West to East Scotland Charity Walk, organized by William Semple

Grand Secretary, William Semple, walks 128 miles in support of charities local to his Province of Perthshire West - see the article and photos here https://www.pglpw.co.uk/west-goes-east.
Funds raised from the week-long walk are estimated to be around £5,000 - and there is still time to contribute 😀https://gofund.me/3587b8d8

Between 29 May and 6 June 2021 members of the Provincial Grand Lodge of Perthshire W… William Semple needs your support for West to East Scotland Charity Walk

Scottish Constitution Freemasonry SupportsNow that the Scottish Constitution Freemasonry Supports (SCFS) page is one yea...
01/06/2021

Scottish Constitution Freemasonry Supports

Now that the Scottish Constitution Freemasonry Supports (SCFS) page is one year old, has recorded in excess of £1Million of identifiable support, and has welcomed its 5,000th member, the SCFS Team is delighted to announce the launch of its public facing page … “SCFS-Showcase”. On it a selection of posts, which have appeared since the SCFS page was created, will be featured and updated on a regular basis.

“SCFS-Showcase” will enable friends and family, along with other members of the public, to view, share and comment on the many examples of charitable support given by Scottish Constitution Freemasons throughout the world.

Your assistance in helping to spread the many good news stories to a much wider audience would be greatly appreciated.
Please feel free to share the page, or any of the individual posts with friends, family or anywhere else, to enable all to see the invaluable contributions that are being made on a regular basis ... and encourage them to “Like” the page.

The page can be accessed from Facebook by searching for “SCFS-Showcase” or by using the link below.
http://www.facebook.com/SCFS-Showcase-112159604046627

Scottish Constitution Freemasonry Supports

Now that the Scottish Constitution Freemasonry Supports (SCFS) page is one year old, has recorded in excess of £1Million of identifiable support, and has welcomed its 5,000th member, the SCFS Team is delighted to announce the launch of its public facing page … “SCFS-Showcase”. On it a selection of posts, which have appeared since the SCFS page was created, will be featured and updated on a regular basis.

“SCFS-Showcase” will enable friends and family, along with other members of the public, to view, share and comment on the many examples of charitable support given by Scottish Constitution Freemasons throughout the world.

Your assistance in helping to spread the many good news stories to a much wider audience would be greatly appreciated.
Please feel free to share the page, or any of the individual posts with friends, family or anywhere else, to enable all to see the invaluable contributions that are being made on a regular basis ... and encourage them to “Like” the page.

The page can be accessed from Facebook by searching for “SCFS-Showcase” or by using the link below.
http://www.facebook.com/SCFS-Showcase-112159604046627

Grand Lodge of Scotland Online ShopGood News Friday – New Gin in Town!We are delighted to announce that we have a new Gr...
16/04/2021

Grand Lodge of Scotland Online Shop

Good News Friday – New Gin in Town!

We are delighted to announce that we have a new Grand Master Mason’s Gin by the famous, award-winning Edinburgh distillery, Summerhall – better known as Pickering’s Gin.

Our Pickering’s Gin is made in the heart of Edinburgh, based on an original 1947 Bombay recipe featuring nine Scottish botanicals. The Gin has already been put through its paces here at Grand Lodge and has apparently passed with flying colours

Why not visit our Grand Lodge Shop and have a look?

https://www.grandlodgescotland.com/product/gmm-gin/

GMM Gin … Or if you prefer the Grand Master Mason’s Whisky … GMM Whisky … or the Grand Master Mason’s Vodka … GMM Vodka.

And the icing on the cake …
We have also appointed a new shipping company – DHL - and are able to ship up to 10kilos for £9 within the UK (that’s around 6 bottles of spirit for £9!!). If that isn’t cause for celebration, we don’t know what is!

Unfortunately, shipping alcohol overseas is still very problematic – however if post-Brexit and Covid regulations change, and there is an opportunity to send abroad, we will be sure to let you know 

Grand Lodge of Scotland Online Shop

Good News Friday – New Gin in Town!

We are delighted to announce that we have a new Grand Master Mason’s Gin by the famous, award-winning Edinburgh distillery, Summerhall – better known as Pickering’s Gin.

Our Pickering’s Gin is made in the heart of Edinburgh, based on an original 1947 Bombay recipe featuring nine Scottish botanicals. The Gin has already been put through its paces here at Grand Lodge and has apparently passed with flying colours

Why not visit our Grand Lodge Shop and have a look?

https://www.grandlodgescotland.com/product/gmm-gin/

GMM Gin … Or if you prefer the Grand Master Mason’s Whisky … GMM Whisky … or the Grand Master Mason’s Vodka … GMM Vodka.

And the icing on the cake …
We have also appointed a new shipping company – DHL - and are able to ship up to 10kilos for £9 within the UK (that’s around 6 bottles of spirit for £9!!). If that isn’t cause for celebration, we don’t know what is!

Unfortunately, shipping alcohol overseas is still very problematic – however if post-Brexit and Covid regulations change, and there is an opportunity to send abroad, we will be sure to let you know 

Grand Master Mason Brother Ramsay McGhee had the privilege this morning of presenting a cheque to our nominated charity ...
14/04/2021

Grand Master Mason Brother Ramsay McGhee had the privilege this morning of presenting a cheque to our nominated charity Prostate Scotland for £34,500.

The funds were donated as sponsorship for a charity Abseil from The Forth Rail Bridge which unfortunately was cancelled due to Covid-19.

The cheque is being received on behalf of Prostate Scotland by Brian Corr, NHS Highland’s Urology Clinical Nurse Specialist and brings our total support of Prostate Scotland to £625,000

Grand Master Mason Brother Ramsay McGhee had the privilege this morning of presenting a cheque to our nominated charity Prostate Scotland for £34,500.

The funds were donated as sponsorship for a charity Abseil from The Forth Rail Bridge which unfortunately was cancelled due to Covid-19.

The cheque is being received on behalf of Prostate Scotland by Brian Corr, NHS Highland’s Urology Clinical Nurse Specialist and brings our total support of Prostate Scotland to £625,000

The Grand Lodge of Antient Free and Accepted Masons of Scotland is deeply saddened to learn of the passing of His Royal ...
09/04/2021

The Grand Lodge of Antient Free and Accepted Masons of Scotland is deeply saddened to learn of the passing of His Royal Highness, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. We send our sincere condolences to Her Majesty The Queen and the Royal Family at this difficult time.

The Grand Lodge of Antient Free and Accepted Masons of Scotland is deeply saddened to learn of the passing of His Royal Highness, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. We send our sincere condolences to Her Majesty The Queen and the Royal Family at this difficult time.

Grand Lodge during 2020 Lockdown - Limited Edition Print (A4) £20We can hardly believe almost a year has passed since ou...
24/03/2021
Limited Edition Print

Grand Lodge during 2020 Lockdown - Limited Edition Print (A4) £20

We can hardly believe almost a year has passed since our local NHS Staff Nurse, Julie Fitzsimmons painted Grand Lodge during the first Covid lockdown in May 2020.

As we catch the first glimmer of hope with the roll out of vaccines and easing of restrictions, why not capture this subtle, yet poignant, reminder of how much we have all been through this last year. We think the fact that Julie chose to paint Grand Lodge during her 'down-time' at the Edinburgh Royal Infirmary ICU makes it that bit more special.
https://www.grandlodgescotland.com/product/2020-limited-edition-print-of-grand-lodge-of-scotland/
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This painting of Grand Lodge was created by local staff nurse, Julie Fitzsimmons, who painted Edinburgh iconic buildings to de-stress in between shifts at the Royal Infirmary Hospital ICU in Edinburgh during the Covid pandemic (the only indication that Grand Lodge is on lock-down is the one open...

MASONS DONATE CASH WINDFALL TO LOCAL CAUSESFreemasons in Ullapool are using the proceeds of an endowment policy which ma...
22/03/2021

MASONS DONATE CASH WINDFALL TO LOCAL CAUSES

Freemasons in Ullapool are using the proceeds of an endowment policy which matured last year to help good causes locally.

In 1995 the members of Lodge St Martins No 1217 took out a 25-year investment plan which they were going to use to finance their centenary celebrations in 2020.

However, due to the coronavirus pandemic the centenary party was cancelled. The brethren were left with around £9000, which was no longer required.

And so, in recent weeks they have begun using the money to support community projects and charities.

One of the first beneficiaries was Lochbroom House care Home, who received £500 for the “Light Up Lochbroom House” project to supply special lights around the interior and exterior of the home.

Lochbroom Community Council received £1200 which will go towards the upgrade project of the children’s playpark in Vyner Place. A second cheque for £1000 followed a few weeks later for another swing park.

A cheque for £1000 was presented to the Ullapool Church of Scotland. The money was used by the Parish Hub “Giving Tree” project which, with the assistance of local social services, helped 16 local families.

Phil Ellis, the Master of St Martins, who are based in Argyle Street, Ullapool, said: “The members of the lodge were very upset when it became clear we would not be able to hold our centenary events.

“The brethren who took out the endowment policy 25 years ago were very far-sighted indeed and we owe them a great vote of thanks.

“We didn’t want their efforts to be in vain, so we decided to put the money to good use, by helping the local community.

“We are planning to purchase another 25-year policy and hopefully when it matures we will be able to enjoy our 125th birthday.”

Image 1: Phil Ellis, Master of Lodge St Martins, No 1217 handing over a cheque for £500 to Ms Anne Napier, Manager of Lochbroom House Care Home.

Image 2: Phil Ellis, Master of Lodge St Martins, No 1217 handing over a cheque for £1200 to Topher Dawson, Chairman of Lochbroom Community Council.

Image 3: Pictured Phil Ellis, Master of Lodge St Martins, No 1217 handing over a cheque for £1000 to Rev. Heidi Hercus, Minister of the Ullapool Church of Scotland. Looking on is Bro. Andrew Ferrier, member of St Martins.

Brother Murray Speirs has recognised the fact that many Lodges no longer have an organist and, as we all know how much m...
10/03/2021

Brother Murray Speirs has recognised the fact that many Lodges no longer have an organist and, as we all know how much music can add to the solemnity and dignity of a ceremony, and has produced a package suitable for all Lodges.

For any lodge lacking an organist he can supply all your degree music (hymns, entrance, exit, collection) playable on laptop, tablet, smartphone or CD player in mp3 or CD format.

All orders are bespoke and individually recorded to your specific requirements.

Please contact Brother Speirs directly on - [email protected]
The charge is £25 for the package inc. postage.

Brother Murray Speirs has recognised the fact that many Lodges no longer have an organist and, as we all know how much music can add to the solemnity and dignity of a ceremony, and has produced a package suitable for all Lodges.

For any lodge lacking an organist he can supply all your degree music (hymns, entrance, exit, collection) playable on laptop, tablet, smartphone or CD player in mp3 or CD format.

All orders are bespoke and individually recorded to your specific requirements.

Please contact Brother Speirs directly on - [email protected]
The charge is £25 for the package inc. postage.

The Provincial Grand Master of Dumfrieshire Bobby Jess hard at work during his Virtual John O'Groats to Lands End Challe...
01/03/2021

The Provincial Grand Master of Dumfrieshire Bobby Jess hard at work during his Virtual John O'Groats to Lands End Challenge.

It's not too late to support him and the fantastic work done by Prostate Scotland
https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/robert-jess2?utm_source=Sharethis&utm_medium=fundraising&utm_content=robert-jess2&utm_campaign=pfp-email&utm_term=2698ba5cfeca406f93235095b6d10f4c

The Provincial Grand Master of Dumfrieshire Bobby Jess hard at work during his Virtual John O'Groats to Lands End Challenge.

It's not too late to support him and the fantastic work done by Prostate Scotland
https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/robert-jess2?utm_source=Sharethis&utm_medium=fundraising&utm_content=robert-jess2&utm_campaign=pfp-email&utm_term=2698ba5cfeca406f93235095b6d10f4c

KIRKCALDY MASONIC LODGE WORKS TO HELP SOME OF TOWN'S MOST VULNERABLE PEOPLEMembers of Templehall Masonic Lodge Hall 1599...
27/02/2021

KIRKCALDY MASONIC LODGE WORKS TO HELP SOME OF TOWN'S MOST VULNERABLE PEOPLE

Members of Templehall Masonic Lodge Hall 1599 have been working tirelessly throughout lockdown to raise cash and to help feed some of the most vulnerable people in Kirkcaldy.

Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, members have, with help from other Masons across Fife, raised over £2500 to support local charities and families.

From food collections, meal making, and a Christmas party for kids in Kirkcaldy, they have pulled out all the stops to make sure no-one in their community is left wanting.

Willie Brown, sub master, said: “Since April last year we have raised £1000 for Maggie’s and Linton Lane Centre, and £500 for Fife Gingerbread, as well as providing over 150 meals weekly that we split between Linton Lane and Kirkcaldy North Primary School.

"We have managed all of this due to the generosity of our members and other Masons across Fife.

"Last year we received quite a lot of donations of food, but that has slowed down now so any cash that is donated is put towards food packs and ingredients for making the meals.

"Myself and Ali Gibson, the lodge master, have been preparing the meals ourselves - we always try to make something that most people will enjoy, such as stovies or chicken curry.

"When we asked the kids at Kirkcaldy North Primary what they would like for us to make they wanted us to bring McDonald’s!

Willie added that everyone in the community is struggling, and that even people who work full-time are coming to the lodge for support.

"The pandemic is affecting everybody,” he added. “Even people who work are coming to us for help. It has been hard for us all, but it will get better, who would’ve thought that almost a year down the line it would still be the same.

"We were due to fly to Barbados this year to deliver £1500 of educational books to school children suffering from poverty, obviously the pandemic has put a stop to that so we have donated the books to kids in Kirkcaldy instead.”

If you would like to donate food or cash to the Masons, please contact: [email protected]

By Darren Gibb
Wednesday, 24th February 2021.

KIRKCALDY MASONIC LODGE WORKS TO HELP SOME OF TOWN'S MOST VULNERABLE PEOPLE

Members of Templehall Masonic Lodge Hall 1599 have been working tirelessly throughout lockdown to raise cash and to help feed some of the most vulnerable people in Kirkcaldy.

Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, members have, with help from other Masons across Fife, raised over £2500 to support local charities and families.

From food collections, meal making, and a Christmas party for kids in Kirkcaldy, they have pulled out all the stops to make sure no-one in their community is left wanting.

Willie Brown, sub master, said: “Since April last year we have raised £1000 for Maggie’s and Linton Lane Centre, and £500 for Fife Gingerbread, as well as providing over 150 meals weekly that we split between Linton Lane and Kirkcaldy North Primary School.

"We have managed all of this due to the generosity of our members and other Masons across Fife.

"Last year we received quite a lot of donations of food, but that has slowed down now so any cash that is donated is put towards food packs and ingredients for making the meals.

"Myself and Ali Gibson, the lodge master, have been preparing the meals ourselves - we always try to make something that most people will enjoy, such as stovies or chicken curry.

"When we asked the kids at Kirkcaldy North Primary what they would like for us to make they wanted us to bring McDonald’s!

Willie added that everyone in the community is struggling, and that even people who work full-time are coming to the lodge for support.

"The pandemic is affecting everybody,” he added. “Even people who work are coming to us for help. It has been hard for us all, but it will get better, who would’ve thought that almost a year down the line it would still be the same.

"We were due to fly to Barbados this year to deliver £1500 of educational books to school children suffering from poverty, obviously the pandemic has put a stop to that so we have donated the books to kids in Kirkcaldy instead.”

If you would like to donate food or cash to the Masons, please contact: [email protected]

By Darren Gibb
Wednesday, 24th February 2021.

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Based in Scotland's capital city it is located in the city centre in easy reach of the main railway station and is approximately 30 minutes from the airport. Nearly every bus operated by Lothian Regional Transport (LRT) passes by Freemasons' Hall.

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The Grand Lodge of Antient Free and Accepted Masons of Scotland administers the Scottish Craft across the world. Freemasons' Hall and houses, as one would expect, all the departments necessary to operate an international organisation. These include: Finance, Homes for the older person, a shop, administration and a Museum and Library. There are also a variety of meeting rooms. It is in this building that Grand Lodge meets to take all major decisions relating to the Scottish Craft.

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Hello Most Worshipful Grand Master Mason Brother William Ramsay McGhee. Thank you to you and your officers for bringing us so much knowledge during this pandemic. I do attend the Virtual lectures of Grand Lodge Of Scotland history Lectures, as well as the Lectures from The Lodge Hope of Currachee 337. It was said by Gordon Michie on the last lecture that this will stop once we can go back to our lodges. I do agree with him that nothing will be better than meeting our Brethren again in person, but I have to say as well the lectures that they have is so Masonic educational, that it would be a shame if that don't continue as a virtual platform. I wish that I could come to weekly meetings in Scotland but that is impossible. So I will ask you to please consider this platform for further educational lectures. Bro. Egil Earl Mortensen, Lodge Newfoundland Kilwinning No. 1754 SC.
Brethren, 24th December 2020 2020 started well – after a busy January and February at home, I flew out to Johannesburg where accompanied by Grand Treasurer, Brother Jim Bell, I had the pleasure of visiting our District Grand Lodge of Central South Africa followed by the Installation of our new DGM of Botswana, Brother Jayaraman Ramesh. We then headed to Harare in Zimbabwe where we joined the Brethren of the District at their annual communication. From Zimbabwe, next stop was Malawi to visit two schools and two Lodges before making our way to KwaZulu Natal to install the new DGM, Brother Ken Tucker. It was then back to the UK where we encountered a country beset with the deadly Coronavirus. Since then we have all experienced a year that has been extraordinary, frustrating and difficult. For many, a year of sadness losing loved ones and being unable to mourn their passing properly – for many, a year of distress through ill health, mentally and physically – for many a year of concern with loss of jobs or businesses collapsing and of course a year which has seen all our Lodges closing whereby we have been unable to join with each other as would be the normal. However, in the midst of adversity we have much to be thankful for. We have witnessed first-hand the valued tenets of Brotherly Love and Relief being demonstrated in so many ways throughout all of our Districts, Provinces and Lodges. We have witnessed the creative and imaginative use of technology to keep everyone in touch with each other. We have witnessed the staff at Grand Lodge going that extra mile to keep the wheels of our beloved organisation turning and we have witnessed the tremendous dedication of our staff in the Masonic Homes resulting in them remaining Covid free. Working Parties have been established to work on the future strategy of our organisation and to update the present discipline system with further working parties to be established in the New Year to take us forward in a positive and upbeat manner. I extend my sincere thanks to you all for your support and understanding during the year – it is greatly appreciated. Tomorrow we celebrate Christmas, our Jewish Brethren have just celebrated Hanukkah and only a month ago our Hindu Brethren celebrated Diwali. The common theme in the three celebrations is Light. As we approach the start of a new year, while there will be ongoing difficulties, likewise there will be light. We have, thanks to the dedication of our scientists and medical experts, a vaccine which will hopefully give us all the protection that we so desperately seek to allow a return to some form of normality. I wish you all a peaceful, a hopeful and a light-filled Christmas. May you and yours enjoy Christmas despite the restrictions and I pray that the New Year will be a year of great blessings for you, your families and all those dear to you. Ramsay McGhee Grand Master Mason
Discrimination ? I am a Lifetime member and Freemason of a Scottish Lodge, as was my father, but yet due to being both Italian in name and Citizenship I am having to battle with Discrimination with my Local Council, as todate everything our families name is on is meet with Negativity and rejection spanning over 20 years, as we have had to raise questions under the Equality Acts with our Council, as has my sister whom is severely ill and had to take legal action under Discrimination Law, as well as myself over years have had to rise questions under the Race Relations Act . I can not even get support for my business , as the only offer has been a Foodbank voucher as I have commercial premises owing to being disabled and suffering from Anxeity and depression through years of negativity and possible Racial Prejudice, yet elected members whom may be Freemasons are refusing to assist in seeking business support. The best yet, no Freemason has assisted us to date, as it may even be the case it is due to being a Freemason with why we as a family are being possibly discriminated against, but whom knows, certainly been a Freemason one should not discriminate, but yet in Scotland there is no assistance in helping fellows brothers, which certainly is against the spirit of Freemasonry and as such I am now considering my stance as a member of Freemasonry
Could I urge Brethren to be cautious when joining Masonic FB pages. I was on a page and realised that there were non-masons taking part in the conversation. No secrets were being discussed but the inner workings were, to me this is as bad as discussing the Secrets. It would be all to easy to slip from discussing Masonry in general to speaking about the secrets. The excuse of it’s all out there on the web doesn’t cut it. By openly discussing how the Lodge works gives someone enough knowledge that he could easily trick an inexperienced brother to divulge more than he should. If you still want to join one of these pages email the admin and ask if the page is an open one. If it is my advice is walk away.
Dearest Brethren, Supporting our wounded troops, We get locked down, but we get up again! Help raise vital funds for ex-military by Walking Home For Christmas this December 2020. The plan is to walk and cycle around 17 miles covering all 7 ACF Detachments within 13 coy South West London. Our support would be greatly appreciated https://www.walkinghomeforchristmas.com/teams/13-company-acf Fraternal Regards Brother Joe Cox LPWW 1803 S.C
These photographs are of Freemasons’ Hall. This building is not only the pride of the Masonic Fraternity in the City of Aberdeen, Scotland, but is considered to be among the finest, if not actually the finest, purpose built building devoted entirely to Freemasonry within the Scottish Masonic Constitution. It is situated in a preservation area in central Aberdeen and has been Grade B listed inside and out, by Historic Environment Scotland. Purpose built of granite (it is of course in the Granite City) it’s doors were opened for the first time in December 1910 and all of the craftsmen employed, both inside and out, were local. The archives and artefacts it contains date from the late 17th century and are a treasure of the social history of the City of Aberdeen. Visitors from all over the world are quite literally stunned at this amazing building, and the beautiful halls it contains. They marvel at the skill of the Aberdonians who built and adorned it and has often been described as Aberdeen’s hidden jewel. The photographs will give you a tiny view of the marble, wood-panelling, carvings and ornate plasterwork of the beautiful interior. However to preserve the interior there must be a sound exterior and time and tide hae taken their toll. A recent survey has shown serious problems with the roof parapets and chimney stacks which have to be dealt with urgently. The Corona Virus Lockdown has caused the Halls to close, resulting in absolutely no income. Despite submitting applications for Covid-19 relief, which is issued by the Scottish Government and controlled by our City Council, absolutely NO support has been forthcoming and the last reserves are just about exhausted, mainly due to having to pay Business Rates (local building taxes). The financial burden is now greater than can be sustained and there is a very real possibility, that without YOUR help this superb edifice and its archives will be lost to Aberdeen for ever. This appeal has therefore been launched asking for your help to preserve this iconic Aberdeen Landmark. Please help to save this this magnificent building by donating whatever you can at: https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/harry-petrie-2 Should you wish to become a Friend of Freemasons’ Hall and make regular donations email at : [email protected] Anything that you may care to give will be gratefully received and, I guarantee, faithfully applied. Image may contain: cloud, sky and outdoor
Dear Brothers, I wanted to ask you, if Seen Connery was a Mason
Queridos Hermanos, queria consultarles, si Seen Connery era Mason
Was the damage caused by vandals successfully repaired? If so a photo would be appreciated
Was the collection in aid of the damaged masonic home garden a success. If the work has been completed a photo would be appreciated
Please i need a guide in oder to join the illuminatii brother hood please help me make this breaktrough happen. Thanks.