6027. Caring is reflective of a grateful spirit. JG
The 18th and 19thth century in America saw an Industrial Revolution take place in America. Manufacturing was dominant then and there was pride in work that this country hasn't seen since. During that period, it wasn't uncommon for a worker to etch his initials on his work like an artist might on his artwork. Today, quality in the workplace seems a lost art.
Signing work has always been an integral part of the creative process. I experienced this several years ago during a brief exposure to Korean metal workers. An American shop's work was sad but after the Korean corrective welding in the field, the final product showed who had pride in their work and who didn't. Not all American work is bad, but it can be difficult to find good and that's bad.
All creation bears Your workmanship and signature, Lord.
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