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"Sharing is caring!" You will normally hear me saying this to my daughter especially during times when we have guests and kids at home, during playdates or when there's something (especially food) that she reluctantly want to share with others. If there's one thing my husband and I want to teach our daughter, that is to learn how to share. We all know that sometimes kids (and even grown ups-I must admit!) are having a hard time practicing this.
So whether in my purse or in the car's dashboard, it has become a habit for me and my husband to make sure we always have something-like water, cookies, chocolates, candy bars, crackers, protein bar etc. that will come in handy when the need arises.
Like many, we always like to carry some SNICKERS® bar not mainly for ourselves but we hand it out to people on the streets especially the homeless ones. In the route we use to and from home, we regularly come across people in need. Can you just imagine what you feel when you're hungry? A bottle of water and a SNICKERS® bar that we share with them though as plain as it may seem will go a long way.
It really feels good that with a simple candy bar, we can be a blessing to others and at the same time it makes me appreciate all the blessings I have.
Who are you when you're hungry?
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In reality Sharing is REALLY Caring. But sharing doesn't mean giving out expensive or grand things. It can be done in the most normal circumstance in the simplest way possible.
What about you, what do you usually eat when you're hungry?