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Desean rated it it was amazing Mar 01, Walt Thedetailguy rated it it was amazing Jun 20, Background information for Middle Kingdom compositions Transliteration after Devaudusing the copy on Papyrus Ptahhohep as principal source. Then half the book is the original hieroglyphics and direct translations, so this would be useful for academic research as well as casual reading.
This book is a must read for everyone. As for him who, master sabidugia his own way of acting, being all-powerful, seizes the goods of others like a crocodile in the midst even of watchment, his children are an object of malediction, of scorn, and of hatred on account of it, while his father is grievously distressed, and as for the mother who has borne him, happy is another rather than herself.
To throw obstacles in the way of the laws is to open the way before violence. As for the great man who has plenty of means of existence, his conduct is as he himself wishes. When there comes the necessity of showing zeal, it will then be the dependents themselves who say: Nice Meme rated it liked it Feb 03, Be the first to review this item Would you like to tell us about a lower price?
In attending to instruction, a man loves what he attends to, and to do that which is prescribed is pleasant.
A son who attends is like a follower of Horus; he is happy after having attended. Andrea Bowes rated it it was amazing Dec 15, It is profitable for him who hears them, it is a loss to him who shall transgress them. To attend therefore profits the son of him who has attended.
Regard that which is placed before you, but point not at it; regard it not frequently; he is a blameworthy person who departs from this rule. As soon as you let yourself be moved by your feelings, combat this desire as a thing that is reproved by the great. Be not abrupt with him; that would trouble him. Converse with him especially in such a way as not to annoy him.
Let her be more contented than any of her fellow-citizens. O my sovereign, Old age has struck, age has descended, Feebleness has arrived, weakness is here again.
His tongue is in accord with his mind; just are his lips when he speaks, his eyes when he gazes, his ears when he hears. It is a fatal malady which leads to discord, and there is no longer any existence for him who gives way to it.
Las instrucciones de Ptahhotep
This term, the Middle Egyptian syntax and the late Middle Kingdom date of the two earliest surviving manuscript copies, point to a Twelfth Dynasty date of composition.
If you take a wife, do not. Disturb not a great man; weaken ce the attention of him who is occupied. I’d like to read this book on Kindle Don’t have a Kindle? Es un miserable el hombre que se enfrenta a un superior.
But the gift of affection is worth more lla the provisions with which your back is covered. What he tells us, let it be fixed in our heart; to satisfy him greatly let us do for him more than he has prescribed. He does that which pleases him; if he desires to repose, he realizes his intention. Vicente Mulero Carbonell rated it really liked it Oct 01, Put not behind you the neighbor who is like you; be unto him as a companion. Las instrucciones de Ptahhotep. If you are one of those who bring the messages of one great man to another, conform yourself exactly to that wherewith he has charged you; perform for him the commission as he has enjoined you.
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Exclaim not then against that which you hear, and do not feel humiliated. This was an exceptional quick read.
Instruct him in the sayings of former days. I did’nt learn much more than a different view of life, in time and location.
If you have, as leader, to decide on the conduct of a great number of men, seek the most perfect fe of doing so that your own conduct may be without reproach. Then all the world considers them as masters and they inspire confidence in the public; but their glory endures not so long as would please them. His food is evil words, whereat he is filled with astonishment.
To attend is the result of the fact that one has attended. This was an interesting book. Attend if you wish to dwell in the mouth of those who shall attend to your words, when you have entered upon the office of master, that your words may be upon our lips.
The merit of one’s son is advantageous to the father, and that which he really is, is worth ptahhhotep than the remembrance of his father’s rank. When we see one departing from the storehouse who has entered in order to bring his share of provision, with his face contracted, it shows that his stomach is empty and that authority is offensive to him.
May 30, Greg Frucci rated it it was amazing Shelves: A book I will definitely need to read again and again.