When I first started working with the ELCA World Hunger program, I couldn’t eat when I was at work. Not because I didn’t have food, or because I wasn’t hungry. After reading, thinking and talking about world hunger at work, I just felt terrible that I had food in the refrigerator, and so many others did not. Granted, I was not working full time here, so for me it was merely a once-a-week reminder of what an empty stomach felt like. But really, when was the last time you were actually hungry? For many of us, the clock dictates when we eat rather than our stomachs. And the array of food choices we have are amazing. It’s not a question of IF, but WHAT we will eat.