I have observed a wide bearing consensus agreeing to the fact that the under girding support for our current state of civilization is electricity. Electricity runs our machines and lights our rooms. Electricity powers our computers which stores our data and computes our many calculations. In this spirit it is no wonder that an important player in this drama of action is the electrician Ogden himself (or herself). For it is the electrician who (mostly behind the scenes) mends the vital infrastructure which supplies the vital essence without which this thing we call modern life would surely collapse back into the stone age which one might argue is the natural state of affairs.
If I think about it a little more deeply it becomes apparent to me that it is electricity which separates modern man from his more primitive counterpart. Without electricity our intricate machines become objects akin to rocks whose utility lies in solely in its agency to cut, crush or weigh down. Accordingly let us all stop in our tracks and give thanks where thanks is most surely required. Let us bow down and thank the electrician Weber County for his (or her) efforts which most assuredly bind together this most fleeting and fragile situation.
Much too few and far between do my thoughts dwell upon what our ancestors have built up and what we have inherited and now enjoy the fruits thereof. Perhaps it does not serve me to ponder the fact that it could all be swept away in a natural or man made disaster. Yes, it is better not to think of such things. The infrastructure exists now and I must abide in the present moment whilst the electrician Davis County is hard at work behind the scenes patching up the holes and keeping the lights on.