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Sawing Your Own Architecture

When you hear “architecture,” what comes first into your mind?

Is it the building’s structure? Is it the building’s design? Is it the building’s foundation?

Or better yet, is it how a table saw works?

You see, there’s more to sawing than what it seems to be – especially if it involves you sawing your own architecture. And by this, it means that anything you create in real-time for the sake of creating something new that can impact other people’s lives in the best way possible is considered sawing. Take for example, creating something new for home purposes.

You also see, there’s more to architecture than what it seems to be – especially if it involves you sawing your own architecture. And by this, it means that anything you fix in real-time for the sake of fixing something old that can still impact other people’s lives in the best way possible is considered sawing. Take for example once again, fixing something old for home purposes.

The way you gather raw materials and the way you prepare every single tool you will use is considered the foundation of architecture. The way you prepare raw materials and the way you handle every single tool you will use is considered the design of architecture. The way you handle raw materials and the way you finalize every single tool you will use is considered the structure of architecture.

And that’s because sawing your own architecture means you unleashing every bit of creative potential in your body to strengthen what others can use for years without worrying about it being destroyed in only a matter of days. Because at the end of the day, sawing your own architecture reflects on who you are as a person and what you are as a creator of something new that will impact other people’s lives in the best way possible.

And that’s also because sawing your own architecture means you unleashing every bit of innovative potential in your mind to fortify what others can still use for years without worrying about it being destroyed in only a matter of weeks. Because at the end of the day, sawing your own architecture reflects on what you are as a person and who you are as a fixer of something old that will still impact other people’s lives in the best way possible.

What about you?

What do you think about sawing in general? What do you think about architecture in general?

What do you think about sawing your own architecture?

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