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  • Order of the Arrow Admonition

    Is the Admonition in the OA handbook...and if so could someone pm me what page its on.



    Thank You,
    RWJ

  • #2
    No, it is not in the handbook. However, it can be found at the OA's website, jumpstart.oa-bsa.org . The password for that site can be found in your handbook.

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    • #3
      Hello,
      I have thoroughly searched that website and there is nowhere that i see the admonition. Plz give me the steps on how to get it after i have typed in the password.



      Thank You,
      RWJ

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      • #4
        Welcome to Jumpstart Tech support. I'll be as basic as possible just in case. I know that when I get frustrated with something I stop seeing things that should be obvious.

        1. Log into the Jumpstart website
        2. Go to "Brotherhood", then "challenges" ("Challenges" appears on the mustard colored bar below the Blue tool bar with "Brotherhood")
        3. Click on the little note pad that says memorize on it (It's the far left one)
        4. You should now be in challenge one. In challenge one is everything you need to memorize for brotherhood, the first of which is...(drum roll please)...the admonition.

        I hope this helps you get there. The other choice is to go ask anyone who is a brotherhood member, that know you are a member. They should whipser it to you.

        -Yours in Cheerful Service


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        • #5
          A little off topic but ....

          I don't like to be admonished. Using Merriam-Webster's definition it has a very bad connotation.

          admonition
          1 : gentle or friendly reproof
          2 : counsel or warning against fault or oversight

          (reproof: an often public or formal expression of disapproval)

          So any way one looks at it, admonition is a strange choice of words - especially when one knows the meaning of the OA admonition!

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          • #6
            Oh, pul-eeeze! It is a gentle reminder that we could all use every now and again . . . and again . . . and again.

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            • #7
              Now that's an admonition, and apparently worth saying twice. Or was that an echo?

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              • #8
                Hi, ManyIrons. My postings always come out double. OGE is aware of it. If it is an echo, our admonition cannot be echoed enough or to enough people.

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                • #9
                  I wuz just a fun'in G.B.

                  Gotta admit, it was funny to see an admonishment (in the gentle/friendly reproof sense of the word) over the interpretation of the definition of the word "admonishment".

                  Now that there's funny

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                  • #10
                    Hi, ManyIrons. Yeah, I figured as much. What are brothers for, right?

                    Hi,Eagle_man. Try this: Find a youth member who's in a ceremony team. He will know the admonition. It's part of the ceremonies. The admonition is not written.

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