There are genuinely sufficient resources in the world to ensure that no one, nowhere, at no time, should go hungry. — Ed Asner, contemporary actor and activist
With family members and friends, share stories of breads or other food that have significant meaning, because of their association with beloved cultural practices or with significant personal stories. Invite each person to consider why that particular food holds a place in their lives. What kind of hungers does it fill—physical, emotional, spiritual? Organize a family party, a dinner party, or a neighborhood or congregational gathering to share both stories and food.