In Freemasonry, members of a lodge have the opportunity to advance through the chairs of leadership. Usually starting at the lowest rung, each year they advance through what is called a progressive line until they become the leader of the lodge, the Worshipful Master. Worshipful of course being used without any religious connotation, but more similar to “honorable.” Often, that person becomes thankful for the ready guidance of everyone who has sat in the chair before him, as it’s impossible to know everything. Phi Delta Chi, the professional pharmacy fraternity, was co-founded by a Freemason, and I can’t help but wonder if he helped choose the motto:¬†Alterum Alterius Auxilio Eget “Each Needs the Help of the Other.”