The insight to your question about your past, present and future situation lies below. First, observe the symbols and images in your tarot cards, then slowly take in the wisdom in your reading.
Desire, transformation, power. "I desire" says the King of Cups, and he can be aggressive, ambitious, and competitive in seeking his goals. He is emotional, passionate, and warmly sensual. In his heart his deepest desire is for spiritual liberation, both for himself, and those he intuitively knows strive within for a similar condition.
A choice of Stagnation. Boredom. Walking the long path of enlightenment, but being weary and caught up in the details. An offer that looks too good to be true. Waiting for good things to happen, rather than pursuing them. Being Reactive rather than Proactive. Apathy, Disenchantment. Needing a fresh approach.
The glasses represent the end of something good. If you look at this scene only through the fallen glass, only at the mess, you see the inverted pentagram; the lost beauty, the sadness. In stead you should try to see in this still life all the happy memories it represents. If the perspective is shifted and you look at the scene through the full glass, the pentagram is the right side up. Even an apple in the midst of a pentagram can just be an ordinary piece of fruit. If you just look at its symbolic value, you never see it for what it is. Everything is what it is, and bad omens originate in our own fears.