If you are in the Midwest, you are hunkering down in the warmth of your home, sometimes bravely stepping out to check the mail. It is COLD. But, that’s the hazard of living in this region of the United States. One particularly cold Saturday morning, there was a young lady; I’m guessing Junior High age, selling hot chocolate in front of her house. I stopped to buy a cup of the sweet elixir with marshmallows of course, and found out that all of the proceeds were going to the food pantry. What a great idea! The hot chocolate was the best I have ever had. I wonder if it was because the young lady made it with such great intentions.
I love stories like this because as adults, we find ourselves thinking that we can’t help. We don’t feel we have the resources to make a change. Yet, here is a young lady who has fewer resources than the average working adult finding a way to help. Every little bit counts. On our township’s food pantry website, they have a quote from Mother Theresa. “If you can’t feed a hundred people, then just feed one.” Today let's think of ways to help those who are alone fighting hunger.