To Kill A Mocking Bird Rhetorical Analysis

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Open Letter of reflection from one eagle to another (Anonymous) (print in back of program): As this young Eagle Scout grows into full manhood and a more mature bearing replaces his youthful notions, several things come to light. Ever more frequently, he would find himself reaching back, almost in autonomic reaction, into his subconscious Eagle-Scout database for little tidbits of information or skill to meet some daily or extraordinary demand of life. A few years later, the realization will begin to hit home that he had actually learned something from his scouting program. A new level of nostalgia and appreciation will begin to form. Upon reflection, he will re-discover that: 1. Honest, wholesome and tolerant relationships with people from…show more content…
There had been moments of temptation or failure, always accompanied by the characteristic queasy, uneasy feelings of having done the wrong thing or from not having done his best. The consolation for such disappointments was knowledge that as long as the character still resided within him, it could be recalled and recharged. Mistakes and missteps could be dealt with. Does the process of earning one’s Eagle Scout end with this ceremony? Nope. The process of earning one’s Eagle Scout award does not end with this ceremony. Will, you are charged with the lifelong commitment of keeping an ever-vigilant eye on that hidden compass and of making continuous corrections to your course. Such corrections will prove most self-gratifying as they scratch the itch of that deeply rooted Eagle Scout Character. This is what Old Eagle Scouts learn about themselves after years of self-examination. In the final analysis, you realize that you become an Eagle because you want to. (read that twice). Do not forget to thank your Mom and Dad and the many others that have helped and influenced you along the way, for their encouragement and help. Enjoy your journey. Congratulations and good

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