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May I - Closing



Cub 1: May I grow in character and ability as I grow in size.

Cub 2: May I be honest with myself and others in what I do and say.

Cub 3: May I learn and practice my religion.

Cub 4: May I always honor my parents, my elders, and my leaders.

Cub 5: May I develop high moral principles and the courage to live by them.

Cub 6: May I strive for health in body, mind, and spirit.

Cub 7: May I always respect the rights of others.

Cub 8: May I set a good example so that others may enjoy and profit form my company.

Cub 9: May I give honest effort to my work.

Cub 10: May I regard my education as preparation for a future in life's door way to adventure.


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