He has the courage to stand for what he thinks is right even if others laugh at him or threaten him.
We frequently have conversations with our Scouts about the Scout Law and advise them to live the values in the Oath and Law in their everyday lives as well as when within a Scouting context.
The same applies to Scouters, of course, but top leaders (including both the Scoutmaster and committee chair) should take this one to heart.
We often get tossed around by parents (and sometimes other leaders) who think they may know of ways to “improve” the Scouting program. Continue reading “A Scout(master) is Brave”