We celebrate the rekindling of things. Romances, business relationships, product lines, old TV shows. It seems there is value and meaning in reconnection and even resurrection.
But what if we worked not to rekindle, but to continually kindle?
Let us praise those who always stoke the flames of love instead of trying to relight a fire from fading embers.
Let us congratulate longevity and commitment to an idea whose time keeps coming.
And let us celebrate those who see things through, who fight for consistency, and who would rather fix than tear down just to rebuild once more.