Raheri, how many mountains must you face? How many stones will you stumble on?
How often will the same difficult paths and twisted discourses try to block you from your journey?
How often will you stagger? How often will you collapse under the weight of all the burdens you carry?
How often must the tears carve canyons into your face?
I the Silent One, the Living One, the One Who Lives Eternally, see and hear you.
I see the tear tracks. I see the bruises. I feel you hurt so deep. I know your pain. I know everything you endure.
You are innocent and pure. You are my son, and like the sun you shine brightly.
So Raheri, how many mountains must you face?
Till there are no mountains left in the valley left for US to climb.
Wesir, Lord of Djedu, Judge for whom all things are clear.
May my tongue never curse your office.
May my speech always speak of its’ praises.
May my tongue never be silent in the face of oppression and abuses of power.
May I speak out.
When I come and kneel before during my journey,
may all I have said and done, all I have not done or said, be expected and true.
May I be vindicated in the Hall of the Ma’ati, the place of Two Truths, and find home in the Field of Reeds.
This libation is for You, Wesir.
This libation is for You,
coming forth from Your son,
Coming forth before Heru.
I have come and I have brought to You
the Eye of Heru,
that Your heart be refreshed therewith.
I have brought it unto You, under Your sandals,
I have presented to You the liquid
which comes forth from You.
– Pyramid Text
Wesir, my gracious King, Lord of Ma’at.
Help me to live faithful according to ma’at.
May my life be and echo of Yours.
May I learn from my mistakes and vow never to commit them again.
Help me to learn and grow.
Fill me with your love.
Give me the skills and knowledge to follow ma’at all the days of my life,
till I stand before You in the Hall of Two Truths,
and am found True of Voice.
May Wesir, the eternal and final judge of all the dead,
judge in accordance to ma’at all those who harm the innocent.
May those abused and used;
find freedom, peace, and assistance from the Great King.
May His judgment stand and free the victims from their abuse.
May the Lord of Ma’at bring justice to those who harm the innocent.
A quick message I received tonight.
Look at a lit candle in a dark room. See the flame shine and flicker. In a way the flame represents an akh. In the Seen world we can see that person, touch them, smell them, and see that light flicker in their eyes. However once they travel to the Unseen we do not see them as clearly.
Now that a white piece of cloth and look through it at the candle. While you can still see the light, it becomes blurred. In fact it looks like a star shining in the night sky. This is the veil of the Unseen. The light is still there, just not as clear. So are the akhu. Sometimes it just our perceptions that change.