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Holiday Lights Closing Thought

This is the season of lights.  It is a time when the days are shorter so the nights are longer, yet somehow things are brighter.  Stores and homes are bright with holiday lights.  Thousands of homes have a single light to show the way for the Christ child, others have  candles burning to commemorate the miracle of Hanukkah, and some light candles to honor the heritage of Kwanzaa.  Even the stars in the winter sky seem brighter at this time of year.  But the most important glow is from the spirit of goodwill that WE live with year-round in the Cub Scout Promise and the Law of the Pack.  Before we all leave to get on with our holiday celebrations, let's stand and repeat the Promise and Law together.  Happy Holidays!

 
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