I cried because I had no Netflix - until I met some kids who had no lunch. Or dinner.
Not as catchy as the original saying, attributed to Helen Keller - "I cried because I had no shoes until I met a man who had no feet" - but the sentiment is the same.
While some people are lamenting that they have only one premium streaming video service to help them shelter-in-place during the COVID-19 pandemic, there are in our midst people who don't know where their next can of Vienna sausages or potted meat will come from.
Fortunately for some of them, there are people, government and community agencies and businesses trying to ensure that the wrinkles in their bellies are smoothed out..
Take the hyper-competitive business of restauranting, where profit margins can be as thin as a sauteed onion. Instead of battling each other over a shrinking - nay, disappearing - diners' market, some of them are combining forces and giving away food.