The red string in your hand is now sneaking on the ground, climbing up and up along a narrow path which gets steeper and steeper.

The red string in your hand is now sneaking on the ground, climbing up and up along a narrow path which gets steeper and steeper.

With every passing minute, you find it harder to keep your pace: the red ball in your hands and the focus you have to keep on the thread makes it harder to watch your step and keep your balance when your feet meet hidden rocks and hollows in the ground. Yet you plod on, feeling the effort, but never giving up. It takes hours and, in the end, there you are: right at the top. You catch your breath and look around, admiring the scenery. 

With every passing minute, you find it harder to keep your pace: the red ball in your hands and the focus you have to keep on the thread makes it harder to watch your step and keep your balance when your feet meet hidden rocks and hollows in the ground. Yet you plod on, feeling the effort, but never giving up. It takes hours and, in the end, there you are: right at the top. You catch your breath and look around, admiring the scenery. 

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To your surprise, right on the side of the peak, a dark cave opens in front of you: the red thread leads right inside. Stepping carefully, you walk in. You have to take a second to adjust your eyes to the dark, but once you start seeing more clearly, you realise that this has to be some kind of Aladdin's cave: golden, antique and beautiful treasures of all sorts are in front of you. You are completely absorbed by the wonder you have found and would like to take everything back, but realise you are only able to carry one thing. After some thinking you decide that there are three objects you really would like to bring back with you: a beautiful ancient mirror, a wonderful painting of a landscape and a little abstract sculpture. All equally valuable, all absolutely beautiful. Which one do you choose?

To your surprise, right on the side of the peak, a dark cave opens in front of you: the red thread leads right inside. Stepping carefully, you walk in. You have to take a second to adjust your eyes to the dark, but once you start seeing more clearly, you realise that this has to be some kind of Aladdin's cave: golden, antique and beautiful treasures of all sorts are in front of you. You are completely absorbed by the wonder you have found and would like to take everything back, but realise you are only able to carry one thing. After some thinking you decide that there are three objects you really would like to bring back with you: a beautiful ancient mirror, a wonderful painting of a landscape and a little abstract sculpture. All equally valuable, all absolutely beautiful. Which one do you choose?