home sweet home"The restoration of all things, is about to take place." You figure I'm all tapped out from my blogs today, and the light of dawn is a new day to manifest a notion of an $100 Trillion dollar idea for mankind? We have restored the Pyramids of Egypt or one of the Seven Wonders of the World. We have rebuilt The World Trade Center as healed an eyesore. I once owned a Fiat convertible as was frugal and stubborn about junking it. It was still salvageable, and I sold the restoration project to an Air Force man and he fulfilled what could have been wasted in rust and dust. But it was returned to working order and refinished. How often are we quick to discard of items (things) that of recent we called "a throw-away society" and now we see things refurbished, restorations and almost all are valid. Even Allan Weiner's first Shortwave radio was a rust-bucket in a trash heap and now he is the WBCQ SW radio Mogul, from an arduous project of diligence to a dream come true. The Coliseum has been resurrected, the Parthenon will once again be teaming with awe and tourism. What do you own that you cling onto in the hope of renewal? These are the antiquities of the past and the present that will be gifts to what the future holds, in ordered design to bring light to a renaissance of all good things. Prized possessions and surprises that enlighten us once again, the bounty is so great, the opportunities of artisans will excel in work and wealth creation. Maybe it is time, to restore the Temple at Jerusalem, just one of many acts of reconstruction to make the World shine with appreciation of our forefathers and our childhood re-creations, for our memories and our forebears to indulge in, let's not forget one good thing, like "home sweet home" and "This Old House." Making the World a showpiece of beauty, for all to captivate. Just as I've heard, they extended The Great Wall of China. Yet like a snowflake or a mustard seed, another $100 Trillion dollar idea for all the World. "One man's treasure, is another man's trash." "Haste makes waste."