Girl Scouts Could Teach BP A Thing Or Two Or More!

susan_corso.jpgSusan notes: in this guest blog post originally published in the Huffington Post , spiritual author, speaker, teacher and AWR friend and fan Dr. Susan Corso (pictured left) suggests oil giant BP might learn some valuable lessons from young girls – and I think she’s probably right! Read more about Dr. Curso’s eclectic qualifications below.

By a stroke of good fortune, I am acquainted with a dedicated Girl
Scout leader, known as Mrs. H to her troop.

The budding
scriptwriters/animators/editors/voice-over artists/scorers and every
other movie role, seven nine-year-olds in her troop, have a new movie
debuting on YouTube this week.

It’s called The Girl Scout Law
, and it made me think of British Petroleum and the Gulf debacle.

I found The Girl Scout Law on the Girl Scout website just to make sure I had heard
it right.

I will do my best to be
honest and fair,
friendly and helpful,
considerate and caring,
courageous and strong, and
responsible for what I say and do,
and to
respect myself and others,
respect authority,
use resources wisely,
make the world a better place, and
be a sister to every Girl Scout.

Consider the adjectives in its first stanza. Applicable to BP? I
don’t think so.

Now the verbs in the second half. BP? Not so much.

I really enjoyed The Girl Scout Law Adventure. If you did,
tell your friends.

And BP, since little else is working, how’s about you invite every
Girl Scout you can get your hands on to the Gulf, and see if, by
following their example, you could make the Gulf a better place?

And a little girl shall lead them.

Dr. Susan Corso is a spiritual author, speaker, and teacher. She calls herself an omnifaith minister and is the author of God’s Dictionary (Tarcher/Putnam 2002) and The Peace Diet. An intuitive since childhood, she has had a spiritual counseling practice for more than 25 years.

The founder of Sanctuary and 10-year author/publisher of a free spiritual e-reminder, Seeds, she teaches and ordains metaphysical ministers as an adjunct professor at the accredited College of Divine Metaphysics. Full bio here.