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December 3, 2012 / Fantelius

Mount Rakmun’s Second Riddle

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”You have answered the first riddle correctly. A person walks on four legs in the morning, two legs during the day, and three legs in the evening. That is to say, in the morning of life we crawl on four legs, during the day of life we walk on two, and in the evening of life, aided by a cane, we use three.

”The ancients were often reminding one another of the conditions of life and the inevitability of change.

”You have come one step closer to knowing why the trees won’t talk to you about humanity. Here is the next riddle to be answered by tomorrow:
What does God never see, the king sees occasionally and we see daily?

“This one was popular during the Middle Ages, yesterday’s was from ancient Greece.”

 

“Even the blind can see love.”
Dartwill Aquila

 

(Tomorrow: Rakmun’s Last Riddle)

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