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Do you like high quality goods? Or do you feel some antipathy for them?
Now, our society is overflowing with many kinds of goods. Companies call on us to buy more of their products with attractive claims and catch-phrases like, “This is the best quality of ...," or, "It's the status of ...," or, "You can have a luxurious time ...,” and so on. Even the selling of functional office stationeries relies on such “good-image words.”
High quality is not only about the product, but the way it makes us think and act. For example, seeking real materials (rather than synthetics), or valuing the ‘Do It Yourself’ movement. Even if the goods or the results are immature or unpolished, when we can love them and want to take care of them, those goods and results will be irreplaceable in our life. Ultimately, they possess longevity.
That is (the definition of) "Hi-quality"- To live a long time and be entirely against the idea of consumption or exhaustion. Regardless of whether goods are made by the hand of a craftsman, or manufactured in the line of a factory, good-goods make our life prosperous and have value on an index other than money.