Hieroglyphics were ancient Egypt’s way of communicating. Emoji is how we do it on cell phones today. They both seem to be very similar ways of sharing information in symbolic form. I found this on Facebook and thought it to be thought provoking and profound.
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4 thoughts on “Everything Old is New Again, Ancient Hieroglyphics Modern Emoji”
ahhh…I’ve never thought about it but true!
Reblogged this on Lucky Otters Haven and commented:
Something a bit more light hearted!
THat’s pretty accurate. I tweeted so everyone could realize we are getting back to basics.
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Not just thought-provoking, this post. It’s ingenious! 😉