Four ways to feed the hungry

Each Thanksgiving, my family makes it a priority to have dinner together. Even when I was living abroad for my first holiday away from home, my dad booted up Skype so that I could join in the festivities virtually. For us, it’s not just the meal that’s important. It’s taking time off of work, turning off our … Continue reading Four ways to feed the hungry

Famine – It’s a small world, after all

I am reminded daily just how small our world can be. Most recently, an earthquake on the other side of the globe could have contaminated the fish I eat for dinner or the California coastal water I swim in. Japanese trading delays affected the lines of iPad impatience outside our local Apple stores—providing a front … Continue reading Famine – It’s a small world, after all

This week’s disasters affect thousands in South Pacific and Indonesia

An 8.0 magnitude earthquake shook the South Pacific, triggering tsunami waves that damaged most of the Samoan Islands. Numerous businesses and homes were destroyed in it's wake. The current death toll is over 100, with many more injured or missing. Numbers are expected to rise as rescue workers search through debris. CNN.com reports the White … Continue reading This week’s disasters affect thousands in South Pacific and Indonesia