Lets just jump into the ancient text.
Precepts of PtahHotep is said to be the oldest book in the world, we are at PtahHotep Chapter 21
1: be prudent prosper and care for your house
2: love your wife without alloy
3: fill her stomach clothe her back
4: these are the cares to be bestowed on her
5: caress her fulfill her desires
6: during the time of her existence
7: it be a kindness which does honor to its possessor
8: be not brutal
9: tact will influence her better than violence
10: behold to what she aspires
11: at what she aims
12: what she regards
13: it be that which keeps her in your life
14: if you repel her it be a abyss
15: open your arms for her
16: respond to her arms
17: call her display to her your love
Link to text http://medu.ipetisut.com/ankh.php?tw=7&ha=21&th=1
1st thing Ptahhotep 21 says is
“be prudent prosper and care for your house”
House comes before housewife, if you dont have a house then you cant have a housewife. When Ptahhotep says prosper your house he means have a surplus. If you have a tiny house that has a stable surplus and able to save its better than a huge unstable house. If you living paycheck to paycheck because bills are much higher than what you can bring in. First thing is you must be prudent, prosper and care for your house or the instability will cause constant problems in your relationship. She may not admit that your unstable house is why she leaving, she may say she found a great job offer in the Bermuda Triangle but real reason she leaving is because you failed to “be prudent prosper and care for your house”. So again first thing is care for and prosper your house even if you have to ignore all women & just masturbate for sometime while you study, work and get your house right do it.
2nd thing Ptahhotep 21 says is
“love your wife without alloy”
In ancient Kemet culture a man would give stacks of silver to a woman before he marry her. Alloy is mixed metals to make an alloy. Ptahhotep saying “love your wife without alloy” dont give your wife no fake silver, no mixed metals, no mixed feelings or signals. Give her 100% real good stuff.
3rd thing Ptahhotep 21 says is
“fill her stomach clothe her back”
This easy to understand feed & clothe her good. Here a link to Guide to Kemetic Clothing & Accessories dress her like a goddess.
4th thing Ptahhotep 21 says is
“caress her fulfill her desires”
This basically means fuck & eat her good.
Fulfill her desires, fill her up fuck her till she begging you to stop and she can hardly stand or walk.
5th thing Ptahhotep 21 says is
“tact will influence her better than violence”
Dont hit her, be kind to her.
6th thing Ptahhotep 21 says is
“behold to what she aspires”
If she aspires to be a great cook, behold/pay attention to cooking, bring her some cooking books & stuff be interested and supportive in what she aspires. If she want to do hair, childcare, gardening, hunting, painting, astrology, music, holistic health care or anything else you should behold to what she aspires, be supportive and helpful so she feel you helping her be free. In white man’s world many women feel that marrying a man would mean he try to control her, lock her in a cage forever and prevent her from doing what she aspires. But that is the Roman way of marriage, in Kemetic culture we behold to what our wives aspire. In Kemetic culture getting married is a great way for a woman to get more freedom, a supportive Kemetic husband help her do all that she aspires.
7th thing Ptahhotep 21 says is
“open your arms for her”
be open to her like
pick up the phone when she calls
respond to her
spend time with her
be there for her
8th thing Ptahhotep 21 says is
“call her display to her your love”
Queen Nefertari… her king Ramesses II also named her ‘The one for whom the sun shines’, Ramesses also constructed a temple for her at Abu Simbel next to his colossal monument there.
Build some temple tributes to your wife.
Call her, let her know & let the whole universe know you love her.
there it is
8 Things Ancient Kemet Text Says Every Man Should Do for His Wife/Wives