If you work with wood you often develop an interest in the
trees from whence it comes. And at some point, you get
beyond - the wood of this tree is good to work with - and
start seeing the trees as amazing things.
So here's a story you might enjoy, and be uplifted by.
And who knows, maybe you'll, if even in a small way.
:> So here's a story you might enjoy, and be uplifted by.:> And who knows, maybe you'll, if even in a small way.:> emulate him.
: I saw an animated version of this on PBS many years ago.
This was featured in rcent magazine (woodwork, I think). It
won the Oscar for best short film.
-- Andy Barss
Just to clarify - I saw this link to the story
in a WoodCentral forum and am just passing it
along. Figure with all the bad news we get
bombarded with a reminder that there are far
more angels than A-holes would be a good thing.
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