Priest in Madrid Starts Restaurant That Uses Money From The Rich To Feed The Poor
I used to coordinate a soup kitchen event for the homeless in San Francisco. I took great pride in making sure all of the ingredients we used were largely organic and fresh from the Farmer's Market. That each meal had plenty of vegetables, felt like a home cooked meal, and was filled with love. I loved that every person who came in for a meal, was seated at a table and served individually by a volunteer. More than just providing a handout, I thought that someone down on their luck and living on the streets could use the type of spiritual nourishment that a wholesome meal provides and should be treated with dignity and respect. Love that this restaurant is succeeding in creating a First Class experience for those in need!