Eating healthily and right is vital to shield ourselves from any forms of diseases and to keep us alive vibrantly. Yet, how many times some people abused food and take for granted what is there to consume? How many instances others deny food to keep up with the ideals set by commercialism? Do you choose to have less even if you can have enough? Do you take in excessive quantity and with no self-control to want more?
Does anyone of us feel empathetic that somewhere in the globe there a lot of people whose problems are greater than ours? Media dictates standards of vanity, corrupts morality and overexposed technology’s latest trends. Are majority of us self-centered living in our comfort zone and deny ourselves for reaching out to the needy? Do you ever pause for a second to look at the eyes of those who are truly suffering? We are too fortunate to have the choice of escaping poverty. How about those young souls who were born in a place deprived with food? Apparently, so many children are born in places of tormenting hunger. Indeed, they too wanted to experience the different stages of life. Consequently, so many of them are in the hands of the reaper so soon due to lack of food. Do you think they want to close their eyes and be with the Father? Of course, they want to go on just like you and I.
There are 842 million undernourished people in the world today. That means one in eight people do not get enough food to be healthy and lead an active life. Hunger and malnutrition are in fact the number one risk to the health worldwide — greater than AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis combined.
It’s time we care and be grateful with our blessings. Stop looking down at others and wishing ill about them. Stop underestimating what others are not because the truth is they’re much better than you are. Who do you think you are???? You think so highly of yourself that you forgot to look at the ones who truly care and who also need your aid at this point of time. STOP pleasing others and be who you really are because deep within there always dwells one kind-hearted soul. Will you ever share and give food for those who are hungry?