APPRECIATING THE TRADE; THANKING CARPENTRY FOR WHAT IT’S DONE

Carpentry has been long revered for its contributions to what modern man has now. Everything started somewhere and for a reason. And for today’s appreciation topic, we’ll cover one of the most amazing trades that gave society landmark and revolutionary means of making life immensely easier to live every day!

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THANK CARPENTERS FOR WHAT THEY DO!
Without carpentry, we wouldn’t have any houses. Without carpenters, there wouldn’t be any cars or ships. Without them we wouldn’t even have the chairs we sit on, the couch we lounge on, windows or doors, floors or roofs, bookshelves or tables – you name it, they made it!
Back in the old day’s everyone loved just how much carpenters and their woodwork helped all of them in their day to day lives. Whether its shelter or tools they need – they know they can rest easy when there’s a carpenter around.

IT’S A NOBLE, HUMBLE TRADE THAT TAKES SKILL AND PRACTICE TO MASTERCarpentry
Ever wonder why Jesus Christ chose to be a carpenter? That’s because it is considered to be a noble and humble trade. Working tirelessly to create things that serve a purpose – and that is to help fellow man.
It’s no joke trying to become one either! You don’t just hammer down wood and magically produce goods. These require months of dedicated apprenticeship and practice to master. It takes time and perseverance. That deserves our respect.

THE DIFFERENCE IT MADE
Now you might go ahead and tell me, “But my furniture and house isn’t made of wood and nor is my car and house! How can carpenters be responsible for it?”
Well, my friends, you all do have a point – most things nowadays aren’t made by carpenters anymore, they’re made by machines or people in factories now. But appreciate the fact that without the past carpenters laying out the important foundations of these essential things were back in the day, we could never have advanced it to what we have present day or what we or our children may get to experience in the future! Credit: MiterSawCorner.com

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