Blessed Be Our Table
Neil Paynter | Wild Goose Publications (2003)
From the strikingly colourful cover to the thought-provoking introduction urging us to examine our food choices, Blessed Be Our Table immediately carves out its identity as far more than a simple book of graces.
Highlighting the need to be aware of the impact of our decisions, especially on those in poorer countries, it encourages us to make links in our minds between the food we choose and the lives of others. Saying grace, it states, is “a vital part of this reconnection”, reminding us of the true cost of our food.
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