Скауты + скаутинг = GomelScouts.com - теория и практика современного скаутского движения
Рекомендуем к прочтению: Scouting for Boys, Руководство по скаутингу, Книга о скаутах - три самых лучших книги!


One of the stories that the knights used to tell as an example of politeness was about Julius Caesar. Once when he was entertained for supper by a poor peasant, the man gave him a dish of pickles to eat, thinking that they were the sort of vegetables that a highborn officer would like. Caesar showed his politeness by eating the whole dish of pickles and pretended to like them, although they burnt his mouth and disagreed with him considerably.

In Spain, you ask a man the way-he does not merely point it out, but takes off his hat, bows, and says that it will be a great pleasure to him to show it, and walks with you till he has set you properly upon it. He will take no reward.

A Frenchman will take off his hat when he addresses a stranger, even when he asks a policeman the way.

The Dutch fishermen, big and brawny as they are, take up the whole street when walking down it. But when strangers come along they stand to one side, and smilingly take off their caps as he passes.

A lady told me that when in one of the far west Canadian townships she met a group of wild-looking cowboys walking down the street, she felt quite alarmed. But as they got near they stood to one side, and took off their hats with the greatest respect, and made way for her.


Lord Baden-Powell of Gilwell (Chief Scout, London, UK)

Date of Creation


Learn A Continuation:

to the next page: Courtesy to Women

Back in The Past:

to the previous page: Friendliness

Мнение автора и других создателей данного материала
может не совпадать с официальной позицией администрации сайта.

Copyrights © Gomel Scouts & Friends, 1992 - 2020. Все права защищены.
При использовании материалов сайта обратная ссылка на GomelScouts.com обязательна.


Идея и дизайн © BaDGeR, 2001 - 2020 | Управление Krapiva CMS © Linzmen, 2010