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Horizons Closing

Personnel: Cubmaster or Den Leader

Cubmaster: We often speak of horizons, .not one, but plural, horizons.  Did it ever occur to you that there are more than one?  When you have worked and planned to reach your horizon, you stop to rest and look up to see before you still another horizon just as far away as the last.  When that horizon is within your grasp, wonder of wonders, still another is waiting.  Few men ever reach all horizons, some never even reach the first, and still others never start.  Look at what they miss.  All they ever see is the small area around them.  This is NOT the Cubbing way.  Cub Scouts must reach a series of horizons on their climb to the Arrow of Light.  Small horizons, but they lead to the farther horizons of Scouting and manhood.

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