When we talk about feeding the hungry, we usually talk about feeding people who literally don’t have enough to eat. There are kids we know who grab a bag of chips from the convenience store because it’s cheaper than buying a sandwich and an apple. There are elderly folks we know who are overwhelmed with their loneliness that food stops having any meaning tot hem Yes, there is a desperate need to feed people in a physical sense. In a world with so much excess, it’s tragic that anyone goes without the basic necessities like food. But sometimes we also need to provide for people who are hungry in other ways. Maybe you know a woman who is spiritually starving. Or a young man who could use a mentor because he is thirsty for wisdom. Perhaps there is someone who is about to cross your path who just wants connection. They simply want to know that they are seen. It doesn’t matter whether someone can afford to pay for their own lunch or not. In a world that is starving for kindness, the question is – can we really afford not to?