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Pour Me!

Rochel Burstyn

An image of a pouring bucket is a symbol for good mazel. Whether you’re pouring out your heart or it’s pouring with rain, the things we pour into and out of can be rather special objects. Let’s check out some other things we can pour with.

 

Sign In — Aquarius / Dli / The Bucket

Avigail Sharer

Interestingly, this constellation is one of two that are slightly different in the secular world. The Jews see Aquarius, Dli, as a bucket for transporting water. The non-Jews see it as a water pourer, someone who pours out water.

 

Buckets of Joy

Ruchama Schnaidman

“It’s time to call it a night,” Siman Mazel said. His face broke into a giant smile as he shuffled some papers into a pile and placed them in an envelope marked “Superstore Specials.” “This month is going to be wonderful!” he said. “And this time we don’t have any hearing aids to worry about.”



 
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