"When was the last time you were hungry?
No, not skipped-breakfast hungry or started-a-new-diet hungry or even flushing-the-system-juice-only-fast hungry.
I mean hungry like you're not sure where your next meal is coming from - or when it comes, what it might be."One of the paragraphs that stands out the most in the piece talks about our eating habits in America:
"Like many people who grew up in this country during a time of great prosperity and growth, I've never had to worry about not getting enough to eat. More often, it's worrying about how not to eat too much," said Siedman.
I wholeheartedly recommend this thought-provoking column, which is entitled "What gnaws isn't hunger but raw guilt." Click here to read full article
[Note: The loaf of bread shown in the picture was used by Peace Lutheran Church (Las Cruces) in its Offering of Letters this year]