Hence I say that there are two kinds of Riddle Masters: the riddle-solver and the riddle-maker. One can be both, of course, but if not, then it is the riddle-makers' task to train the riddle-solvers' in answering, and the riddle-solvers' task to challenge the riddle-makers' in creating.
I, of course, am a riddle-maker, and have trained all those interested in both the skills of answering and and creating - for to be one allows a unique perspective as to the other and, in my experience, riddle-makers are the rarer of the two kinds of Masters.
How might a ferryman leave his boat, yet leave the ferry operating = ?
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