16 Udjat and 18 Menat



Two Ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs combine today to bring you a message. The Udjat, called the eye of Re by some, represents investigation and creating from the aspect of “what you see is what you get.” The Menat, a rattle that can be worn as a necklace, represents the dance and the rhythms of life itself. Together they tell you to pay attention to the joy in your life. Do you have enough joy? Instead of trying to find it, making it more elusive than ever, share the joy that you already have with others. In this way, you will find that joy is magnified and multiplied. Be in joy!


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