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Something Worthwhile #2

Every Cub Scout should accomplish something worthwhile every day. And each day's accomplishments should be a little better than the previous day. Tonight, stand at your window and look out into the darkness of night, and ask yourself, "Have I done my best today?" Then each day, promise to do better than the day before. If we all do that, we'll have the best Cub Scout Pack in town.

Remember, just as our forefathers accomplished much for our country because they did their best, we as Cub Scouts can accomplish much by doing our best. By doing that, we are preparing ourselves to become better men and better citizens of tomorrow.

 
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