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Light at the end of the tunnel.

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While every tunnel has it's light at the far end, it's the journey in the tunnel that builds character.


Too often people are so intent on reaching a goal they don't have time to deal with the tunnel. People who fit this category are simply surviving or running to avoid the problems instead of dealing with them.


It is a known fact that unless a butterfly struggles to release itself from its cocoon, it will not survive. The strain of release is what is necessary to fully develop the wings.


The journey is more important than the light. Those that rush through the process of getting their Eagle may in fact be missing the whole point of what Scouting has to offer.



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