SMASHED GLASS: There are many things that come to mind. The two that I think about are at the Chuppah and Mazaltov (but at different points - I’ll explain). •
I’m referring to That moment when we remember yerushalyim and then he smashes the glass as a significance to the sadness...and then when someone drops a glass and it breaks and we all say, “ Mazal tov! It’s for good things”.
I remember clearly breaking a glass accidentally, being mortified, but going to the kitchen and chuckling to myself - I knew it was a siman bracha. And it was. I got engaged two months later. It’s not BECAUSE of that, but thinking that way can bring upon more goodness. Who knows? That’s how I like to think. If it can be good, let’s use it for good. I say: if I can’t loose out so I might as well do it! NOW: do you see it - MAZAL TOV!!
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acrylic on canvas