I thought I shared generously. I thought I valued books. Then, one day, I met a hungry man whose actions jolted my perspective. That day, a stone heart was removed from my soul, and a new heart—one that’s aware and concerned that my neighbors are starving—was put in its place.
For months after, I couldn’t go to Starbucks for coffee without wondering if my money wouldn’t be better spent on buying food for a hungry person. I’m telling you this story because I want to challenge you to give up this month’s lattes (or something similar) and use the money you save to provide meals for hungry people. So, if you love your lattes (or another luxury you enjoy on a regular basis), I don’t blame you if you don’t read any further.
But first, let me tell you about my search last Saturday. Continue reading “The day a request for books, a clump of dirt, and hungry man’s actions changed my heart…”