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At a time when the building of a wall is the topic of current events I find it unfortunate that I don't hear talk of building bridges. Not from the perspective of politics or immigration, but in our day-to-day language.
In our humanity. Bringing cultures together to make society stronger. Neighbor helping neighbor. Friends putting their busy-ness aside to help a friend in need. Families burying the hatchet in order to create a bond that so few are lucky to have.
In the workplace. Employers, employees, peers, colleagues and, yes, competitors working beside each other to build a better company and industry.
For a bridge to be effective it needs to be strong, it needs to span a divide and it needs to lead somewhere. Remove any one of those and it just becomes an obstacle.
May you be known as a great bridge-builder, starting today.