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My Pocketknife

CUBMASTER: Cub Scouts, I hold in my hand a pocketknife. This is a valuable tool because it can be used for may useful things. It is a dependable tool as long as the blade is kept sharp and free from rust, and the working parts are in good condition. But if it is neglected and becomes dull and rusty, it can be dangerous. The same principle will serve as well for us. We have a body, which when kept in good condition will work well for us. But if we fail to take care of ourselves, we can become rusty and dull like a neglected knife. Do your best to keep fit!

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