We never think about the floor surfaces we are walking on at our homes, work, schools, airports, malls, hospitals, etc. What journey it takes for each marble slab or tiny chip to end up under our shoe soles. How much energy got generated or waisted to dig deep into beautiful and gigantic marble rocks, invading and disturbing their peaceful lifestyle with heavy and loud machinery not to mention massive and scary explosions. There is nothing romantic or humane about harvesting natural stone but if we've gone that far and it ends up into concrete jungle under our feet, let's take responsibility and proper respect and ones and for all start taking care of it honorably. Recently visited the big city via its airport and of course, my natural behavior is to inspect and scan the building's stone and terrazzo floor surfaces. 9 out of 10 airport facilities don't maintain their floor surfaces properly or at all. Beautiful and mysterious nature's masterpiece granite slabs are disintegrating. Well planed and designed terrazzo surfaces are covered with heavy coats of acrylic sealers imprinted with multiple scuff marks and scratches. Every floor system looks plastic and fake instead of being real and triggering people's curiosity about kind of marble is this. If there is fashion police maybe there is a time for stone police too.