Hunger Is Not a Disease

I’m not Focused on Poverty

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Poverty.

The subject is

huge.

intimidating.

scary.

To tackle poverty in this country is almost an impossible task.

Ronald Reagan said “We fought a war against poverty and poverty won.”

How  a country as rich as ours can have so many hungry people  is an embarrassment, a scandal.  How can we let this happen?

How can we go about our lives every day just ignoring the millions of poor and destitute people?

How can we simply watch a new class, the struggling class, spring up and  pretend it isn’t happening?

I’ve explored these questions for some time now and have finally come to the conclusion that I don’t have the answers.

This is the same question I ask when I explore the question of how the Nazis were allowed to slaughter so many Jews in the 30’s.  I don’t know how this happened either.

However, there is one thing that I do know.  I know that it is within my power to feed people and I can write about it.

I can’t find nonexistent jobs for them.  I can’t get $$$ for their healthcare.  I can’t get $$$ for the exorbitant rental prices they endure.

What I can do is offer  soups, fresh veggies and fruits every Monday afternoon at 2:00 and I can tell the world on my blog.

For now, because that’s all I can do, I have to be satisfied with this.

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Peace and food for all.

Thurman Greco

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