Working hard has always been applauded as an admirable trait. The Proverbs seems to tell us that hardworking people will reap financial benefits. For some healthcare workers, "working hard" means "helping many sick people." But here is the problem. For many, the "working hard" they provide should be reciprocated with financial benefits. We can't deny the fact that the "work" people give is the means of income to support their family. Where do you draw the line where hard work is just plain and simple charity? What would be the source of financial wealth for those whose "work" are not compensated justly?