A perspective from the bygone era…

Inspired by Becky’s Art on guns!

Spending time and fortune, preparing elaborately for death and life after death!

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When people in Ancient Egypt died, they were mummified – this was a long process of preserving the body, and designing a coffin with painted pictures and writing. The process of mummifying and burying a body was done to help the person travel successfully through the underworld, which would get them to the afterlife and the god Osiris, who was king of the underworld.

When the pharaohs (kings and queens) of Egypt died, they were mummified and buried in large stone pyramids. Pyramids took a long time to build, so work would start on them while the pharaoh was still alive…

Great planning or time and resources wasted!

Live life to the fullest as if there is no tomorrow… Have a beautiful day!

Posted for SQUAREPERSPECTIVES – 27

 

 

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