Aqua Aura high vibration energy cleanses the aura. Connects us to our inner truth, and provides healing on all levels.
Thank you, Death
Thank you for the death that has led to this [meal]
Just as this [animal] was once given life
Thank you for giving it death
—as you will one day give me
—as you have given those before
—and will give to those to come
Thank you for all you have done
—and all you will do
—and for taking the world back into your shadows
Thank you, Death
I started saying a short prayer whenever I eat anything with meat in it. To both honor Death and remind myself of the ways that Death affects my life on a smaller, more casual scale. Usually I ad-lib something, because I’m bad at saying pre-made formal things, but I wanted to try, and this is what I came up with. Consider it a first draft, if you will.
I also came up with a shorter version, which is closer to what I usually end up ad-libbing.
Thank you, Death, for allowing this delicious, delicious meatstuff to happen. I hope that I am this delicious when I am dead. Or at least as useful. Thank you.
The latter prayer is the beautiful thing I’ve read all week
australian opal oh my word, brazil too all of them
Throughout their history, the Egyptians themselves attributed the origin of their writing system to the gods. This divine source is seen in the very name which the script was accorded: medu netcher: ‘the words of the gods’ or ‘divine words’. This meaning was preserved in the word hieroglyphs (‘sacred writing’) which the Greeks later gave to the Egyptian inscriptions. But the Egyptians’ characterization of their hieroglyphic script goes deeper than we might casually assume. Not only did the hieroglyphs command a measure of respect as a divinely appointed system of communication, but in many instances„ they were also treated virtually as living things - entities which were themselves endowed with divine power.