In "Amazing Grace," a Tapestry of Faith program
At the end of the game ask whether any of the problems suggested by the game were mentioned in the story of Pandora's box. Ask why participants think life sometimes seems complicated and confusing. Is it because gods and devils are trying to push everybody into either virtue or sin? Is life more interesting because it has so many problems to solve? Or is it worse than it needs to be? Do your youth have faith that all the world's problems can someday be solved and that everything will turn out all right?
If some participants have limited mobility, you might wish to have the group remain seated, or at least give individuals a choice between standing and sitting when they speak.
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Last updated on Wednesday, October 26, 2011.
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