Becoming an Eagle Scout

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Becoming an Eagle Scout Is the twelve year process a lot to endure when one is young? Are we unsure of what that process really entails? Well I lived through this lengthy event and it has helped mold me into the man I am today. From Cub Scout to Boy Scout I had the help and support of my family, of my friends and of scout leaders. With the big support of my older brother who is also an Eagle Scout, he helped influenced myself becoming an Eagle Scout. They all helped push me to become the Eagle Scout that I am today. Becoming an Eagle Scout was a twelve year process. The oath of the Boy Scout’s is “On my honor I will do my best; to do my duty to God and my country; to obey the scout law; to help other people at all times; to keep myself physically strong; mentally awake and morally straight. The Boy Scout oath is the Duty to God and country; it’s also Duty to other people, and Duty to self. The Boy Scout law is: a scout is trustworthy; a scout is loyal; a scout is helpful; a scout is friendly; a scout is courteous; a scout is kind; a scout is obedient; a scout is cheerful; a scout is thrifty; a scout is brave; a scout is clean and reverent. The scout oath and the scout law are both said at the beginning of the meetings, or are also said at Eagle banquets. The scout oath and law is more than a verse from a book, the scout oath and law is a creed for all scouts and Eagle Scouts. When I became an Eagle Scout, which was the most memorable event in my life. My experiences in Boy Scouts allow me to mentor other fellow scouts who are on the path to becoming an Eagle Scout. In many of my experiences, I have learned survival skills which have taught me to live in the outdoors. Some other skills include knot tying, cooking and being able to survive on a limited amount of supplies. Being able to tie knots is a very important skill, because you might never know when you have

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