I thought I'd put together a simple cipher for all of you Puzzling lovers out there. If you need help, you can always look to the wisdom of the past for guidance. The answer is a single word, and each number below corresponds to a single character:
6, 7, 56, 10, 62, 21, 1, 43, 19, 27, 28, 61, 35, 48
Off by one errors abound:
Apparently I need to go back to primary school and learn how to count again.
All the numbers above 21 in the original puzzle were 1 too small. I've fixed the list, updated it, and double checked my counting this time, so it should be solvable now.
Like any good puzzle, this relies on the wisdom of those who have come before, reaching back to the earliest foundations.
While a society may define themselves by their wealth or status, what really counts is their overall character and the questions they ask.
What do we really want? Fame and reputation are fine, but it's the title's we earn that are worth the most.