- Truck delivers pallets of bricks.
- Construction workers form assembly line.
- Guy on the ground throws two bricks at a time to the next guy, and so on, until the guy on the top floor gets them.
- Bricks are always thrown two at a time, and form is never broken.
- A line of five guys can have two pairs of bricks going at any one time.
Here's my point: it's easy to point out ways of doing things as being cumbersome, inefficient, archaic or just plain dumb. If you look a little closer, however, you might just find not only resourcefulness, but art and beauty. And that's worth setting aside a Western perspective to take a closer look.