doesn’t exist. The creator of religious societies were looking for harmony, some common benefit instead of danger, that is why they didn’t sign their name on their works, though obviously there must have been some of them who longed for success, but even they knew there is no need to beat anybody else, not in the least their fathers. Making the decision about who got further in defining God’s unutterable name is not profane judges’ business, but God’s. His game rules are known from the Gospels or the saint books of tradition, according to which the meekest gets the furthest.

What joins the Szávics masters, first of all, is the normality of family traditions. Secondly, humility. The greatest respect, knowledge and application of the ancient rules of the trade. This is the basis of cultic art and other activities, pursuing the art, raising the material to the level of the spirit. At several exhibitions we can see exhibits made by metal sculptors that a beginner locksmith would be ashamed of.
Another important thing they share is glee. Béla Hamvas, the great Hungarian philosopher of the last century wrote the following about glee. "Glee is the only thing I’m not willing to give up for even the sake of lie. Glee is the hot azure purity of the human




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