Two hieroglyphs together tell you that you will experience “heaven” as part of your life cycles. Iaru, the glyph of a papyrus thicket, suggested heaven to the Ancient Egyptian. It was cool by the side of the Nile, and the papyrus was full of wildlife, including sport and food for any who were skilled enough to hunt or fish. Ayehh shows the Moon in all of it’s cycles, while suggesting the dreamtime because the moon rules the night. Every life has many cycles in it, some dull and others exhilarating. As you pass through these cycles, never lose sight of Heaven. Although the Moon is not always visible, that does not mean that it is not there. Heaven, like the Moon, may not appear clearly to you now, but it is always there.