Empathy and Point of View. Stories from other cultures. This is a passage from the orginal text, it will be adapted for a younger audience.
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At once the team were ser to work and Vachagan instructed them. The men’s backs were bent hour after hour over the loom as their shuttles flew back and forth. Their eyes ached from following the fine pattern in the gloom, their skin paled and they grew thin and gaunt. But slowly, under the guidance of Vachagan, the most beautiful carpet began to emerge. Its richly coloured threads were woven into intricate patterns, while gold thread formed sacred symbols and signs of good fortune. And embroidered into the complex tapestry was a message. It told of Vachagan’s imprisonment and his whereabouts, but it was visible only to the most discerning eye.
Vachagan guided the other prisoners, and slowly a beautiful carpet began to appear. They wove dark threads into patterns, and gold and silver ones into religous symbols and good omens. The difficult tapestry also contained a hidden message.