"Give me your ears and listen to what I’ll say, transmit all what you hear to your heart to understand it"...this was the introduction of the wises papyruses "Amnhoteb Ibn Knkht" which were discovered in Yanopolis (Akhmen) and they are in the British museum, they consist of 30 chapters and he wrote them to his sun Merit. Suddenly, I found myself in the twenty. First century stood puzzled in front of these wisdoms because they had several matters (subjects) and all of them are important in our daily life.
But because me, I’ll begin with the first one which I like, it was:"You can crush the flower with your feet, but don’t remove its scent or change its color" this is the Egyptian man was and still a movement mass of hope whatever was conditions. The despair doesn't know a door to him. The Egyptian will remain great as his civilization which wasn’t affected by the invaders and the climatic changes. This is Sphinx stood over there as a witness on this civilization. Several civilizations appeared in Egypt like Phoroanic, Greek and Roman; the three heavenly religions appeared there. When the sun shines every morning, the Sphinx watches, compares and says where is the generation who built the pyramids? And ask an important question: is the generation-who lives now- the grandsons of the pyramids builders?
The ancient Egyptian was owner of an aim. his aim was clear to him so it wasn’t far and he knew well that the decision is the arrival’s sky so we take our power from you Sphinx and we promise we’ll face the difficulties to raise your name highly and to travel all over the world with any languages in the world. The flower doesn't die, but it still has its scent and color and the loser was the man who crushed it because he didn’t enjoy.
I chose this wisdom because the flower in the past was considered one of the secrets of existence. It gets out of the dry ground. Then the life's water it so it grows, be strangers, be green and colored with many beautiful coolers and its scent is spread until it became dry, its green goes , its color disappears, its scent is windswept to return to the land again.