En le fa,
This is a greeting from Yoruba
speakers of Kwara State; the fa is an
idiosyncrasy from that region of the country. Without wasting time (words), let’s
look at something of interest for manufacturers, builders etc.
Raw Material is the unprocessed
form of an item. Raw materials are typical independent. However when mixed with
other raw materials, it turns into a finished product. I will give examples, in
the production of a car, separate independent items are brought together; the
body, the engine, the tyres and others. There is none of these items that can
be used separately until it is all fused into one.
Be that as it may, raw materials
are not fascinating ab initio until they get the right touch. Another example
is a stock pile of cement bags; metal rods; electrical cables and others. They
do not fit till they are all used in the construction of a house.
A finished product is the final
end of combined raw materials to produce either a house, a car any even edible
items. An example of an edible finished product is palm oil. Palm oil is still
being produced in a crude way but it is not edible until the production process
Finished product is good for the
sight; appreciated but let us have it in mind that it was once raw till it was
processed with other materials. A man who is made once struggled; a beautiful ornament
was once heated with fire; a proud mother was once deformed with pregnancy.
The process involved in the
eventual emergence of a finished product is what many people abhor. Be the raw material
that cooperates with others and also be an attractive finished product after
Have a nice week.
Labels: Attitudinal Change, Contrast, Finished Product, Inspirational, Motivational, Olutayo Irantiola, Peo Davies, Raw material, Versus Series