Re: BSA, GEN: Bad Experience with "Trustworthy"
Charlotte S. Jerscheid (cjersche@CAP.GWU.EDU)
Tue, 22 Nov 1994 10:33:37 -0500
Remaining honest and trustworthy after you have been slapped, stepped on
or otherwise had your trust in someone else abused is a very difficult
thing. But don't give up. I always tell my son that just because Johnny
lied to you/hit you/broke your toy doesn't mean you can do it back. If it
was wrong for him to do it,then it is wrong for you to do it, too. Teach
your boys to stay trustworthy in the face of adversity...that's what a
real Scout would do. Nobody said it was easy <g>.
Troop 13, BSA-BAC
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City