By Eileen S.
When I made it to my new home, I felt the twinge of lack, the kind of aching hunger that comes when you walk into a home where supper simmers on the stove.
By Katie DeConto
My intuition and I are such good friends that I will sometimes follow it off of a cliff like a lemming.
It began with a mouse.
By David Mahaffey
It is a trait common among my people — and I certainly share it — that no matter how much good we do, it never feels as though we’ve done enough.
Hunger is a social condition
By John Post
how Paris was in the early days when Mr. Hemingway was very poor and very happy and handling himself very carefully because he knew there were going to be some rough contests, not only with Mr. Turgenev and Mr. Stendhal but also with life, “the greatest left-hooker so far…”
by Karma’s Fool
Our needs define us, and I really need a better information input system.
by Alaina Kleinbeck