The hunger in Man is material.
It is a condition of our Exile
and the most basic of all human needs.
The need to sustain the corporeal body
with the life of the earth - drive the hunger in Man
who takes so he can eat - and eats so he can live -
and lives so he can master his hunger.
It is - in itself - not evil.
And finds efficacious remedy
in the salutary nature of human labor
and the work of the Earth
commanded by God
of all Nations.
hunger in the Nation,
when taken for granted
may become for Man,
a source of material poverty
and exist as a social evil
contrary to the growth and development
of the human community.
This denial of hunger
(in all its forms, from slight to serious)
when in our own midst - feeds unto itself -
and give rise to the various social sins -
that worketh to prevent in the Nation,
the material prosperity necessary
to sustain and foster - even in our midst -
the individual human development
of our common Citizenry.
Material wealth - in any Nation -
is always a result of a people's
For there are two forms of poverty in Man;
the first one is physical and the other one is spiritual -
the former is always preceded by the latter.
When the condition is that the spiritual needs
required to alleviate material poverty is present in the people -
then this kind of poverty is the physical kind.
And this is remedied by the work of the earth.
We are then,
by and with our connections
- with and among ourselves -
in God through our Nation,
prospered by our citizenship
and material prosperity becomes for us naturally,
as an occurrence of our need to master
the hunger in each ourselves.
But when the same physical poverty is likewise
the result of ignorance or corruption of the spiritual needs
required to address hunger, as the most basic of human needs,
and the soul of the Nation is dim and weak,
this kind of poverty is the organic kind
and dwells with the life
of the people.
If the Republic - were to mount a defense -
against Poverty in the Nation, it would be undertaken
specifically against this aforementioned kind of poverty
as a means to obtain for Social Justice in the Nation
a better expression of the Equality of our peoples.
The fruit of this Vision
in the reality of the Nation
is Food Security.
The Nine Common Human Needs