It is the begging time of the year. We have lived in several areas in Utah.
Every year at this time, the LDS wards deliver food such as turkeys, stuffing
etc. to those in need in the neighborhood. Not just LDS members, but also those
who are not members. Every area is different in who they help. Other groups
also do this at Thanksgiving and Christmas. It is possible that many of these
people are also going to the food banks to collect stuff too. From my
experience, many of the people are not really needy, just greedy. They save a
little money by going there, then spend the cash they would have spent on new
toys. Our family has chosen not to donate to the food bank.
@sallyHave you ever volunteered at a food bank? Have you ever
delivered meals to invalids and shut-ins who desperately need that one meal each
day? Do you know the circumstances of every person walking into a food bank for
assistance?I would highly recommend that you read Matthew 7.
I remember a time not so long ago when people would hide their vile hatered
towards their fellow man and at least try to pretend to be christ like, I miss