One of the smartest, most thought provoking films I’ve seen in a long time. It really makes you think about everyone’s purpose. How ever valuable or invaluable you might think you are in the big picture.
When it debuted on February 8, 1960, the Boy Scouts stamp broke all previous records for cancelled covers: 1,419,955 in all. The U.S. Postal Service® no longer issues stamps to celebrate specific organizations — there are simply too many worthy cases to consider, and too few slots in each year’s program — but you may have noticed that two recent “Celebrate Scouting” stamps were well-timed indeed: The first was issued in 2010, the year of the Boy Scouts’ 100th anniversary, while a companion stamp in 2012 coincided with the Girl Scouts’ centennial.