“Be not arrogant because of your knowledge; take counsel with the ignorant as well as with the wise. For the limits of knowledge in any field have never been set, and no one has ever reached them. Wisdom is rarer than emeralds, and yet it is found among the women who gather at the grindstones.
If you are a leader and command many, strive for excellence in all you do so that no fault can be found in your character. For Maat - the way of Truth, Justice and Righteousness - is great; its value is lasting and it has remained unequalled and unchanged since the time of its Creator. It lies as a plain path before even the ignorant and those who violate its laws are punished.
Although wickedness may gain wealth, wrong-doing has never brought its wares to a safe port. In the end, it is Maat, the way of Truth, Justice and Righteousness - that endures and enables the upright to say “It is the legacy of my father and mother.”
c.a. 2500 B.C.E.
Selections from the Husia: Sacred Wisdom of Ancient Egypt, Maulana Karenga
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