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Something Worthwhile

CUBMASTER: Every Cub Scout should accomplish something worthwhile every day.

Each day’s accomplishments should be a little better than the last. Stand by a window with your room dark and look out into the night. Ask yourself the simple question: "Have I done my best today?" Then each day, vow to do better than the day before. If all of us did that, then kept our promises, we’d have the best Cub Scout Pack in the city. Now as we close tonight, I want to ask you this question. Answer it silently to yourself. Have you done your best today?

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