The End or the Beginning? Well, not too long ago, I turned 18. That means that I am 'officially' no longer a 'Boy Scout'. Wow! I can't believe how quickly time has flown! I joined when I was 13, and I still vividly remember so many of those early memories as if they were last… Keep Reading!
Introduction As a young man starting out and trying to get on in life, one of the biggest challenges I have to face is that of communicating with others. Communicating with others, by itself, is one of the most subtle and complex tasks we have to do on a day-to-day basis. Even for extroverts, it… Keep Reading!
Hello Everyone! I’m very sorry for not posting here in a while! Unfortunately, the website was hacked and some malicious code was installed in various places. You may have gotten a warning when you tried to visit this website in the past couple of weeks. Since this website is completely self-funded by myself and I… Keep Reading!
Setting a High Standard I always encourage Scouts whenever I can to set high standards for themselves. This is so important that I believe it is our duty as Scouts. This is the essence of the Scout Oath and Law. We should constantly be striving to push ourselves harder and accomplish more. This is the… Keep Reading!
Dear America, The minds of many are occupied with politics right now. In a tight race like this one, everyone is thinking about who will be our next President. I have come to the conclusion that what this Election Day stands for is far greater than who will sit in the Oval Office during the… Keep Reading!
AmatuerRadio.com is a website/blog that talks about the exciting field of Amateur Radio. I did a guest post there and wanted to share it with those readers of ScoutingRediscovered who might be interested. In my guest post, I talk about the 3 Reasons why you need to get involved with this year’s Jamboree on the… Keep Reading!
Today’s edition of The Scout’s Scrapbook is a quotation from Sir Robert Baden-Powell (the founder of Scouting) on how a Scout looks on Success: This quote excellently captures the spirit in which a Scout takes on life and looks on success. Scouts know that nothing worth having in the world comes for free. As I… Keep Reading!
In the last installment of my Keystones of a Scout series, Observation, I briefly touched on the importance of being able to remember what you observe. Memory, indeed, is a very important skill to have, especially as a Scout. In order to Be Prepared, we need to learn and remember many important skills such as First… Keep Reading!
When Baden-Powell founded Scouting over 100 years ago, he modeled much of it after the branch of military Scouting that he helped develop in the British Army. However, when he wrote Scouting for Boys, he was careful to point out that Scouting was by no means a military or paramilitary organization. The aims of Scouting… Keep Reading!
Sometimes, going on camping trips with your Patrol and Troop can take a lot of money, especially when you go often. Does this mean you have to limit your camping trips because of a lack of money? I hope not! Besides the different fund-raisers that your Troop might do like: Selling popcorn and or selling… Keep Reading!