ast week we celebrated the accomplishments of all the scouts at the Court of Honor. For some it was celebrating joining the troop, for others a new rank, a completed merit badge or sitting in the Eagle's nest.
Working hard and then celebrating is a wonderful part of life, we should all take the time to do.
For me it is a celebration of Philippians 4:6, "Train up a child in the way he should go; and when he is old he will not depart from it."
As I see each scout grow from a child to a young man to an adult, I get to witness up close, the training of character values, the learning of life skills, and finally a man who owns the values and beliefs himself. One who is exceptional in this world, and making a difference.
"Who is Better?"