Who doesn’t wake up wanting to feel good and feel good about who we are and how we are in the world? The meaningful living, spiritual practice, social action and well-being we seek begin at our own table.

“Time to eat” is more than a reminder that the food is ready. It’s time to be mindful, nurture ourselves, get grounded, and strengthen both hope and goodness; all for the price of a little attention and intention in your food budget.

A title we could borrow is “Eating to Transform Lives (Your Own Included) and Care for the World.”