4 Nefer and 48 Hetch



Two Ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs combine in today’s message. Nefer, the symbol for all that is good as well as beauty, joins Hetch, the glyph for the precious metal, Silver, to let you know that all that glistens is not gold. Instead of looking where the advertisers on your televisions and cell phones point for you to buy things that you don’t need, look for what is good and lasting in value. While silver does not have the same high price as gold does, yet it has capabilities that gold does not have, making it more valuable in certain cases. The most notable is that silver is a natural antibiotic, having the ability to purify what it touches, so is often used in water purification systems. So look for what you need and what will last and you will find what is good and beautiful as well.


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