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Above the human predicament

Beginning on any dot, draw four straight lines that connect all nine dots. Each line drawn must begin where the preceding line ends.

Most of us engage in a fair amount of problem solving. We use reason and initiative to get past the obstacles that crop up. Admittedly, the problems we face are rarely as inconsequential as a childhood puzzle. They are the familiar issues of a world—from individual concerns with finances, health, and family well-being, to civilization-sized quandaries about how to protect the environment or deal with devastating diseases.

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