Construction projects are messy and expensive. They take longer and are more costly than initially budgeted. However, following the determination that it needs to be built, approval of design and permits, the construction begins. There are always missteps and efficiency's that could have made it a smoother project. However, when it is done, and traffic is traversing the ravine, there is a beauty and joy associated with making the trip. The expanse improves both landmasses. Commerce increases, tourism increases and certainly those commuting have an increased quality of life. Relationships are similar. Craters may have appeared between family members, ravines separate company departments or the irritable neighbor has just taken one step too far. Look close; the excavation and building tools are in your hands. No worries, soap will cleanse the clay from beneath your fingernails, the welding soot will wipe from your face and the blacktop will make your work boots unsuitable for a black tie affair. This is where your investment is most noble. No one has the same position, the same capabilities or vision to build the gleaming span. It will be messy and challenging, but worth it.
Why does it need to be built? What are some of the obstacles you anticipate? What is one positive step you can take to begin the process? How are you uniquely qualified to build this bridge? What if it doesn't turn out as you anticipate; are you good with expending the effort because the cause is worthy?