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Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Food for Thought - You have Two Choices

Food for Thought

Festive Season - Don't waste Food

It’s ‪#‎MyStory‬, please make it ‪#‎YourStory‬ as well.

It’s celebration time with Christmas and New Year around the corner. For a foodie like me, celebration means eating out with friends and family. Out of excitement we order so many things to eat and drink and then we end up taking just a small portion of whatever we order. So, do we throw all the left-over food? Not really. Not me. 



I make it clear with the group that I am strictly against wasting food and I don’t care if it is embarrassing for them but I am gonna pack all the left-over food and give to the first person I come across whom I think will be really happy to get this food. Most of the time, this food goes to the road-side beggars or beggars near metro station or to the workers who work near my place. I have done this many times, no food gets wasted. On the contrary, you make someone happy by feeding something really nice which they couldn’t afford in this life. Not just that, you get blessings from these unknown people. Trust me, the experience is priceless. 

So, next time when you go to a restaurant and you have left-over food, you have two choices in front of you. 

Please share this (or your own story). Let’s make people aware about not wasting food (not even one grain).

6 comments:

  1. That's true, this is what we all need to do. And it's not only when you go to a restaurant. Even in our home, we waste a lot of food. Wastage for us but may be a day's much needed meal for someone starving.

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    1. Thanks for your comment "Creative". Yes, very true, it is not just about wasting food outside but at home also.

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  2. Nice thought Nims, coming at appropriate time of the year !! Same goes for the warm cloths, blankets lying unused at home.

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    1. Yes Rohit. Next goes for unused warmth clothes. One round has been given to my car wash and building sweeper. Charity begins at home :)

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  3. Very nice thought. I really appreciate it

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    1. Thanks Laxmi for appreciating my thought. Do apply it yourself as well :)

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