We see here the letter aleph (א), The aleph, one could say, consists of
two mirroring letter yods (י) with a “mirrorline” in between. Also to be
seen as the letter wav (ו). I have depicted these two yod’s as two alephs.
One big aleph on the upperright which forms the first letter of the word
“ashrecha” (meaning strength, determinated, taken from D’varim /
Deuteronomium 33:29, of the sentence: “Happy are you, oh Yisra’el…”
This aleph represents the world “above”; “heaven”, with G’d, depicted as
the “waters above” from B’reshith 1:7).
The small aleph bottom left as last letter of the word “vayikra” (“He [G’d] calls”) represents Moshe who doesn’t deem himself more than
the rest of Yisra’el. He deemed himself as a “small aleph” so to speak, and HaShem as a “big aleph”. G’d (‘s acting) is to be seen and
heard in the smallest things as well, not just in the big events. It’s the calling of the Still Small Voice of “emeth” (truth) deep fromout of our
“neshamah” (the g’dly soul) that seeks to be answered with a “hineini”; “Here am I “. The small aleph is depicted against a background
of the “waters below”. The “tallit” (prayerscarf) around the “wav”, the oblique line of the aleph, resembles the prayers of Yisra’el for the
reunification of “above” and “below”, as well as the Moshiach who makes the connection, is this connection, between “above” and
“below”. The wav (“hook”, also the connection mark, the “and”) “hooks up” the two into each other. A true connection. The big aleph in
the upper right , the first letter of “ashrecha” is this “above” what we could name “the heavens”, as mirror opposite to the small
aleph, at the very core. This artwork is drawn with graphite-pencil on thick paper.