What You See Is What You Get Minute
This Minute is meant for Boy Scouts.
There once were two brothers that decided to leave their small town to see what life was like in the great world. They each set off on their own and soon one brother came to a big city. Outside the city, the first brother met an old man.
"How are the people here?" asked the first brother.
"Well, how were the people in your hometown?" asked the old man in return.
"Aw, they were always grumpy and dissatisfied," answered the first brother. "There wasn't a single one among them worth bothering about."
"Oh no," the old man said, "I'm afraid you'll find that the people here are exactly the same!"
Later the other brother who had taken a different route came to the big city and met the same old man.
"How are the people in this city?" he asked.
"How were the people in your hometown?" the old man asked as before.
"Just fine!" said the other brother. "Always cheerful, always kind and understanding!"
"I believe you will find that the people her are exactly the same!" said the old man again, for he was a wise old man who knew that the attitude of the people you meet depends upon your own state of mind.
If you are a cheerful, friendly scout, you'll find others the same.