18 Menat and 30 Wadj

Today we have two glyphs. The Menat represents the joy of the dance and of worship. The Wadj is the papyrus scepter held by queens and priestesses to represent all the gifts of leadership. As you make your dance through life, remember that others will follow behind you. Keeping in your integrity, you create a way for others like a pioneer through the untamed forest. And should you need direction yourself, look for someone who dances with joy through life to be your guide.

Menat

Menat

Wadj

Wadj

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