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By Anonymous 4 Years Ago

This game perfectly reftecls what I felt at Pathfinders during some of the activities. Extremely challenging, frustrating, but so worth it in the end once you complete the task. Unfortunately, I have yet to complete this task in particular. I have tried time and time again to build a pyramid, but I got frustrated and quit after several tries. The first time I had a go at this game was Sunday afternoon. Last night, I spent over an hour trying to beat the game. Tonight (Tuesday), I have spent a solid thirty minutes trying to satisfy the Pharaoh and the workers. I got as far up as when the workers were building the pyramids, and there was a small glimmer of hope that I might actually complete the pyramid! But no, my workers had to go on strike because my living conditions for them weren't good enough. No matter how many times I try, I always have to mess up in some way, shape, or form. However, one of the many skills I developed while on the Pathfinders trip was that you should never give up, no matter what the cost. My group had to move two flat-surfaced logs with ropes on them about twenty yards. Sounds easy, right? Here's the catch. Neither our feet, nor the ropes, could touch the ground the entire twenty yards. We decided to put our right feet on one log, and our left feet on the other. We would shout, Left! or, Right! to tell which log we should move. We would pick up that specific foot and push forward with the ropes to advance the logs forward. It took many tries, and we did it with perseverance. I plan to do the same thing with this pyramid game.

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