“If you can’t feed a hundred people, then just feed one.”
This quote haunts me. In all reality, you (as one individual) can’t fix the orphan crisis. Or hunger in the world. You can’t solve global poverty for everyone. Or provide a family for every child. So often we use this logic to excuse ourselves from doing anything. As if an inability to solve problems that have plagued the world since sin destroyed Eden means that we should refrain from trying to do something at all. But we can make a difference for at least one person.
We can hug one child who feels like they have been forgotten.
We can visit, come home, and advocate for the vulnerable.
You can sponsor a child to make sure they have access to food, education, and health care.
You can provide formula to an infant, who may otherwise become malnourished in a developing country.
You can adopt one (or two, or three, or more) children to be part of your family.
We do not have an excuse to do nothing because we cannot do everything.
So, what are you doing to “feed one”?