Cubmaster: (show two strands of cord in different colors like blue and yellow.) By itself, neither of these strands is very strong. I think a couple of strong Cub Scouts could break either one. (Call forward two Cub Scouts and ask them to wind cord into a single rope.) Together the two strands make a rope.) Together the two strands make a rope that is more than twice as strong as either one alone. There's a lesson in that for us: If our pack is to be strong, both boys and parents must do their part.
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