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Cub Scout Native American Prayer



For that solemn moment towards the end of Den or Pack meeting, try this Cub Scout Native American Prayer: 

Morning Star wake us, filled with joy.
To new days of growing to man from boy.

Sun, with your power, give us light.
That we can tell wrong and do what is right.

South Wind, we ask, in your gentle way.
Blow us the willingness of obey.

North Wind, we ask, live up to thy name.
Send us the strength to always be game.

East Wind, we ask, with your breath so snappy.
Fill us with knowledge of how to be happy.

West Wind, we ask, blow all that is fair.
To us, that we may always be square.

Moon, that fills the night with red light.
Guard us well while we sleep in the night.

Akela, please guide us in every way.
We'll follow your trail in work or play.


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