I like seeing what architects spend months, and even years designing. They put a lot of hard work and thought into what they do. The thing I like the most is the end result.
I loved making something from nothing. I used to build log homes, every log was different and added so much character. To look at a blueprint and see a two dimentional idea come to life was simply amazing. I put a little bit of me into every home I built.
I do not love construction work, but I'd take some construction work right now if I had some. I'd pull wire into new houses, prep all the plugs, hand ceiling fans, lights, install the condenser, and help with the evaporator/air handler. I can paint. I can do anything, but I don't love construction.
My favorite thing about construction was getting to watch my own progress.
Working in computers, I do some pretty impressive feats, such as re-provisioning a server and getting it back up and running in a day, but when you build something from nothing, using your bare hands to make something from nothing. I definitely must say the BEST thing about it, is at the end of the day, I can bring someone there, and say, look at what I did.
by janesix 5 years ago
Whether your view is religious or scientific. And if you think the Universe is a steady state(as in, has no beginning or end),then try to explain that instead. Thank you.
by alisha4u 6 years ago
I recently realized that true love might just not exist at all. The feeling of love is momentary, i.e. what you feel at that particulart point of time... Nothing is same after a lapse of time, or rather we are no longer the same....
by threekeys 24 months ago
A person comes into the world with nothing except with his/her purpose to create.The purpose of your life being to create something from nothing. What and how have you created something from nothing? Did it come easy? Hard? Too overwhelming? Heaps of fun?
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