ANKH

Ankh Symbol
ANKH : 
noun
an object or design resembling a cross but having a loop instead of the top arm, used in ancient Egypt as a symbol of life.
 

The ankh or key of life is an ancient Egyptian hieroglyphic symbol that was most commonly used in writing and in Egyptian art to represent the word for “life” and, by extension, as a symbol of life itself.

The Meaning Of Life

When you wake up each morning, do you ever ask yourself “What is the point of my existence?”.

Yes, you make a cup of tea or coffee, turn on your phone or TV to watch the news and catch up on the internet gossip and news of your unknown friends.  Their digital lives partaded before you on your phone.  Their fake smiles, pictures of last nights dinner, kids, cats and dogs.  Thenyou communicate briefly with your real human family, whilst performing the tasks demanded of everyday life.  Shower, brush teeth, eat breakfast – all the things taught to us by our parents or and society and then spend our day working and return home, briefly communicate with our humans before crashing in front of the TV, whist topping up our minds with pointless drivel from social media.  We then go to bed and reset, restart and go again, and again and again.

 

Really! – what is the point of it all.  So we can spend some time on holiday with our humans so that we can repeat the same patterns in different locations, see the things that society tells us we simply must visit and have our photo with the thing and promote it on facebook so that everybody else can see you saw the thing, or did the thing or ate the thing so that they can add doing this thing to their list of things to do.

But what did you really do?

Did it make a difference in the world and more importantly did it make a difference in your life?  Your real life.

Do you even know what your real life is?  Do you?