Hi Ne Ma Tov Friendship pottery candle holder
“Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in harmony” The text from Psalm 133 helps us reflect and recall the goodness friendship gives us. Friends are there for us to share with in all occasions.
This circle shows friends coming together around a camp fire holding supporting one another and being as one. The feet are in the midst of dance where the bodies rely on one another for support and at the same time are supporting the people on both sides. Tradition is filled with stories and laws that explain how a person should acquire friends and also how to treat other people the way we want to be treated. Tradition teaches that people like to be surrounded by friends. This circle helps remind you of the good fortune you have and receive from the friendships which are built and cherished. When we dance we can be swept off our feet or we can be rooted to the ground. Our friendships take us on amazing explorations and lift us to new heights and keep us focused on the more basic and important values we cherish. The ability to control fire is one of the major developments in the cultural history of man. Fire serves not only as a source of heat, but also of light and protection. Special vessels were constructed out of pottery to hold and cherish this source. Our collection of pottery candles shares both the warmth of the fire through friendship circles and hope for peace.