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Unformatted text preview: making sure the day was fluid. Egyptians worshiped him, in order to ensure their days went well. The Egyptians knew he had a task he needed to do; Egyptians believe that a good human experience is one that, a human has a daily task and works to perform this task as best they can with their own ability. They also believed in the god, Osiris, king of the underworld. They worshiped him to ensure a great afterlife, this was very important to the Egyptians as they built temples for their afterlife; they thought that praying to this good would ensure a great after life. Furthermore they worked throughout life to make sure that they did have this great afterlife that they had envisioned. I feel that the Egyptian way of life symbolized a good human existence. Believing in something and never forgetting that belief. My question is, do Egyptians now a days still worship multiple gods, or has modern theory taught them otherwise....
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- Spring '08