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To The Sailor



To the sailor, three things were essential - a compass, a sextant, and a flag to tell which way the wind blew. To Cub Scouts, these three things are important -- (show) a Wolf badge, a handbook, and a candle. The badge tells who you are and where you are going; the handbook tells how to get where you are going, and the candle is a symbol of the light of Scouting which penetrates the darkness of hate, prejudice and distrust. It is a light that must be kept burning in the heart of every Scout.


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