Restoring What Should Always Have Been A Treasure
Food for thought. After initially picking out at random restoration services south burlington vt work, the online writer was prompted to sketch a few scenarios in which restoration work would be required. And most readers would have been correct in assuming that there is great emphasis being placed on restoration work in the aftermath of a particularly severe storm or a major accident. Because these incidents are national and ongoing.
And in some years, it is not unusual for the state or federal government to declare a state of emergency. Having this in place of course makes it easier for rescue workers and restoration experts to get on with their work. But what do you make of this? Do you not agree perhaps that the parlous state of many of your school and public libraries border along the lines of a national disaster? Food for thought then.
And of course, there is much food for thought in those treasures, even if so many of them have been reduced to tatters. Let’s just hope that it never reaches the stage where book burning orgies are staged. It happened in the past with tragic consequences and, sad to be saying it, in some parts of the world, they are still doing it. A wise man once lamented that if it gets to this point then all may be lost. Enough frantic thoughts for now.
Time to see the light. The restoration of books, all books that need its tender, love and care, is like a breath of fresh air. The work is painstaking and is always done with reverence. Just like the act of writing, as well as reading, the restoration of what should always be a national treasure is indeed an art.