I Am Enough. I Have Enough.
It's More Than Just Food
“This Wasn’t Where We Thought We’d Be”
I’ve never seen anything like it.
I think the part that was most shocking to me is that they weren’t waiting until they had “enough” to share.
The people of Guatemala have reminded me: I am enough. I have enough.
They are enough. They have enough.
It was about ten years ago I started to think seriously about health and nutrition in my own life.
Rea d the rest of the story at Prodigal Magazine.
But this time, something is different.
I don’t feel sad for them. I really like them. They’re so much like me.
All I could think was: I relate.
It doesn’t feel like charity. It feels like friendship.
My name is Allison, welcome to my blog!