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(Note: (after reading Me's first paragraphs) there originally are no vowels(in cuneiform): Mu is water, so maybe the great mountain also provided 'Mu', water?)(maybe 'Me' is related to the origins of the Egyptian 'Maat'(Maa-t(t is feminine)Maa then =to Me) I just did some punctuation edits on this article-(tooting my horn)([one may disagree, but at least it can be read non-stop]). I call it 'editting', ...as many articles are either never read, or read too quickly. The most important recent edit was the edit to add the link to "Me (mythology)". I am not going to look at the Me-Mythology article yet, but "me" is Water, and for nearly every Culture on the planet, is of concern, and often part of the "cultural mythology"....so I looked at the page history and saw that important recent edit. ...
I had passed by me in the first Large quote but then upon continuing reading found the wiki, and therefor(e) put into the quote. Me is not just a little word. ....And the big quote (let me reread it) is a large-scale Peace lamentation, as well as "wish for No-rivalries, and Full Abundance". It proves what I have known for some time: LIFE=..."a little overpopulation, people of many languages, all vying for finite resources, ..and space/places to Live". (from the SonoranDesert of SWestArizonaUSA(getting a little more crowded all the time))(and PS: water, H20, is WesternUSA's next big Nat'lResourceProblem)
(okay so I quickly looked at Me-Mythology); it's obviously the same as Egyptian "Maat")...Mmcannis (talk) 13:15, 5 December 2008 (UTC)