When I was a child, every meal began with a simple grace expressing thanks for the food we were about to eat, the people with whom we were sharing it and other blessings for which we were grateful.
Michelle May, author of Eat What You Love, Love What You Eat says:
While we may be far removed from the origins of our meals, food connects us in ways most of us take for granted. In this gratitude meditation, we’ll consider all those connections. How would our lives change if we took a few moments to express gratitude every time we ate?