Lost on an Island

Imagine you have travelled to an island alone. You have inside information that there is treasure buried on the island, and you have with you a hand-scrawled map of where the treasure is located. You spend many days trying to discern the map’s clues and follow the signs, digging in various places where you believe the treasure may be buried. Once or twice you’ve found a small pearl or a semi-precious stone, but these only tantalize you, and your agitated desire for the treasure grows stronger and stronger. But you never seem to find the treasure. Then one day you just stop to rest. And as you do so, you look around you. You find yourself on a high promontory overlooking a sparkling, crys

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