Now that we have a good idea what hunger really is we need to look at who it affects and how. Like I said before, it could be anyone you know but another thing people misunderstand is how they got that way. Most people think that they are starving is because they are in poverty so they have no money, but that is only partially right. For the most part it is caused by not having enough money, but it is not always caused by poverty. It can be caused by having children and not making enough money to buy enough food to fill all of them up, it could be caused by getting hit with a payment that you didn’t expect like a medical bill or the government raising taxes. There are places that will help you out but you have to qualify and sometimes you make enough to not qualify but you don’t make enough to feed you and you children. there are so ma...
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...e people to do the same as well and keep it going. If we can do all of this then maybe we can live on this earth just a little bit longer.
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