Every Grain of Rice Is Precious!

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You are lucky that it’s already there on your plate.

Some were already starving from hunger. Yet, they can’t even afford any type of food just to survive.

So please be mindful enough in cosuming any type of food.

Learn not to ever waste foods ’cause some were not even fortunate enough to have any of those.

I guess, that’s one of the basic things that my parents taught me how to value any kinds of food on our plate.

I remember, each time I left a food on my plate, they always tell me to get what I could only eat ’cause food is considered to be a blessing.

I should be more thankful to God ’cause my parents can provide foods in the household.

Some parents cannot even bring any food every time they go back home.

That’s when I start to realize that every grain of rice is precious.

Poverty is everywhere!

You are lucky enough that you were not in the same situation as them.

The least thing that you could ever do is to share some to others if you already had much.

Sharing means caring.

So, let’s be a good samaritan every now and then.

How about you?

Do you often get a spoiled or expired foods?

Might as well, make it into a habit to share some while it can still be eaten by others.

Please comment below on what are your thoughts in giving a value to any type of foods. 😉

Gracias! ☺


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Author: Zandra L.

A writer and a manager by accident.

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