Second of three from Disneyworld. Captured at Epcot. You probably first thought it looked like an artifact, but it's just Disney magic at work.
Disney leaves no detail unturned. Notice the broken handle near the jar's mouth. Adds to the impression that this is just one more piece of ancient but broken pottery. Yet, when set in it's context it's perfect. Its brokenness became a strength, a virtue, in how Disney envisioned the end product, and how Disney used the imperfection to enhance the entire intended setting.
Which got me to thinking on a few other levels. Such as, not all broken things are going to wind up the way they started out. Not all imperfections are catastrophic. Not all bad situations are so bad that they cannot be redeemed and turned for the good. They can be made perfect, even in their brokenness.
I can't help but think of this little song...
"Change my heart, Oh God, make it ever true
Change my heart, oh God, may I be like You
You are the potter, I am the clay
Mold me and make me, this is what I pray..."