They are teachers, hospice workers, over the road truck drivers, blue collar workers and many others working for religious and charitable organizations.
Their bank accounts won't reflect much monetary evidence, but what they have in terms of true wealth and happiness cannot be matched or bought.
What good is long career, even a successful one, if you reach the end of your bridge and look around only to find yourself alone, or to regret not bringing more people along on your journey or helping them start theirs?
Gifts are to be given without keeping score or wanting recognition . They are the most cherished things we have in our lives. The more people we can help cross that bridge, the more we understand the true meaning of building it.
Loyalty does build trust and certainly forgiveness allows us to have a crowded bridge.
Nothing can be more rewarding.
You can build that bridge for yourself, by learning from your mentors, and passing along your knowledge to those who are willing to cross that bridge with you.
It is all about the journey.