We must change boys from a 'what can I get' to a 'what can I give' attitude.
A boy can see the smoke rising from Sioux villages under the shadow of the Albert memorial.
Where is there a boy to whom the call of the wild and the open road does not appeal?
Teach Scouts not how to get a living, but how to live.
You can only get discipline in the mass by discipline in the individual.
The Good Turn will educate the boy out of the groove of selfishness.
It is important to arrange games and competition so that all Scouts of the troop take part.
The Scoutmaster must be alert to check badge hunting as compared to badge earning.
The boy is not governed by don't, but is led by do.
We are not a club or a Sunday school class, but a school of the woods.
The code of the knight is still the code of the gentleman today.
The Scout Oath and Law are our binding disciplinary force.
The object of the patrol method is not so much saving the Scoutmaster trouble as to give responsibility to the boy.
Fun, fighting, and feeding! These are the three indispensable elements of the boy's world.
The real way to gain happiness is to give it to others.
A boy is not a sitting-down animal.
The most important object in Boy Scout training is to educate, not instruct.
A boy on joining wants to begin Scouting right away.
Scoutmasters need to enter into boys' ambitions.
Scoutmasters deal with the individual boy rather than with the mass.
Vigorous Scout games are the best form of physical education because most of them bring in moral education.
Scoutmasters need the capacity to enjoy the out-of-doors.
A fisherman does not bait his hook with food he likes. He uses food the fish likes. So with boys.
A boy is supremely confident of his own power, and dislikes being treated as a child.
Can we not interpret our adult wisdom into the language of boyhood?
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