Tall Trees Minute for Boy Scouts


> > > Triple Prizes < < < 

Tall Trees   Tall Trees Minute   Scout Minute

This Minute is meant for Boy Scouts.
Script:
A tree by itself in a field does not grow especially tall. It has all the light it needs. It will often grow wide, lazily spreading its branches out to soak in the sunlight that pours in all around it.

A tree in a forest, surrounded by other trees, must reach for the light. It constantly grows to become the tallest tree, to get the most light.

When it does become the tallest, it pauses and rests; soaking in the sun.

But while it rests, the trees around it take their turns, forcing themselves to grow towards the source of nourishment and warmth.

In this way, great forests grow and many of the trees reach far into the sky.
Scouts are much the same way.

Scouts who are alone, who stay by themselves and don't participate, tend not to grow to great heights.

Its funny, but when you see a Scout becoming an Eagle, you will often see others right behind him. Together, they have supported each other, and competed with each other to become the best and strongest they can.
Did you try it and like it?             Or hate it?
Click a thumb to vote:              



Follow Me, Boys


Recent Comments
David K. Bradrick on Merit Badge Emblems
 
SarahBeth on Who\'s the SM skit
 
Kenzie freed on Grey Squirrel song
 
Scouter Paul on Uniforms
 
Kayla on Uniforms
 
Graciela on Bear Tail Story
 
Scouter Paul on Cooking MB
 
Carol on Cooking MB
 
Scouter Paul on Merit Badges
 
Scouter Paul on Eagle Scouts
 
More Comments...


Contest   -   Ask a Question   -   Add Content   -   scout software

This site is not officially associated with the Boy Scouts of America
listeria testingscout software
Boy Scouts  
Boy Scout Trail
Cub Scouts
Webelos
Boy Scouts
My Blog

Activities
Advancements
Awards
Ceremonies
Group Games
Graces
Jokes
Merit Badges
Projects
Recipes
Skits
Songs
SM Minutes
Stories
Uniforms
Pen Pals

Library
Online Tests
Our Schedule
Our Progress


Supporters





Shop 4 Stuff
Visitors
Links
Privacy Policy
ICRA labeled

 
Find more Scouting Resources at www.BoyScoutTrail.com
This site is not officially associated with the Boy Scouts of America
Boy Scout Trail Home Bobcat Tiger Cub Scout Wolf Cub Scout Bear Cub Scout Webelos Boy Scout Tenderfoot Scout 2nd Class Scout 1st Class Scout Star Scout Life Scout Eagle Scout