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The Four-Way Solution by Trevor Nestor, Grade 11 Each day, I am forced to make decisions that affect not only myself, but others as well. Each decision I encounter is an opportunity to do what is right; that is, what is true, what is fair, what will build goodwill and better friendships, and finally, what is beneficial. The Rotary’s Four Way test is a systematic way to formulate a response to circumstances that require a choice to be made, a way of discerning a bad decision from a good decision. It is important to take each decision like a captive, evaluating responses to ensure good choices are made. I can use the Rotary’s Four Way test daily, not only for the big choices I have to make, but also for seemingly insignificant ones like what I wear or how I act around my friends. For me, this method is a useful tool, and I find myself using it often: in everyday matters, school, and Boy Scouts. As a Boy Scout, I must show myself to be a person of high moral standards. In a society filled with immorality, I must be a light of honesty in the darkness of deception. I know that I am not just representing myself, but
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