finally this day has come! We’re ready to announce the winners of our award ‘Most Talented Reader’. Thank you for finding some spare time and sharing your brilliant considerations upon reading. Keep on improving your skill and spreading wisdom through your personal perception into the world.
So, here they are:
- Catherine Townsend-Lyon as Most Inspiring Reader.
- Ron as Most Encouraging Reader.
- Toortsie as Most Fabulous Reader.
We’ve got a number of independent participants, who don’t blog. So we nominate Irina, a Professional Embroideress with Gold, for her profound considerations on reading, as Most Audacious Reader:
‘ In daily routine we can’t always find some time for reading. Why should we read if we can find some information in the Internet or watch a movie scripted on the book? Indeed. Though…what if you decide to learn an ancient craft or to become a modern alchemist? Where should craft skills be searched? That was the question I asked myself when I decided to master gold embroidery craft in details. I learned from the books that sewing had appeared instead of weaving during the crisis of the Byzantine Empire as well as that pavoloka, preciously embroidered fabrics, had been appreciated as gold and silver. From Zabelen’s book ‘Zars’ Domestic life in the 16th-17th centuries’ I learned about routine of gold embroidery workshops in the Ancient Russia.
Thus, gathering information step by step, people open their way to knowledge, learn craft secrets. My dream has come true. I’ve learned the gold embroidery skills. All this happened thanks to ancient works and people who left their centuries-old experience in them for us. If you have some spare time, take a book and start your journey!’
We’re grateful to everybody who has supported this idea in this or that way, no matter participation. Here is an honorable mention link for everybody:
I wish everybody a good day and more reading that burns the wisdom in our hearts.
PS. Eternamenta Spring Charity Awards. Coming soon!