One figure of speech our society often uses is "I’m starving!" Usually, we are not actually starving, just very hungry. I wonder if we have ever said "I’m starving" when it comes to spiritual food? My kitchen has a lot of food in the cabinets and refrigerator, but I will remain hungry if I do not put forth effort by walking into the kitchen, pulling out the ingredients, and preparing a meal.
Jesus told us we need to put forth effort if we are spiritually hungry: "come to me." His storehouse is full of everything we need, but we must pull out and mix together all the ingredients needed for a well-balanced, nutritious meal (prayer, Bible reading, meditation, Bible study).
As a wife and mother, the food I prepare is often not for me only, but it is for my family as well. One of my married children might come over, see leftover pizza in the refrigerator, and say, "Mom, can I have some of that?" Likewise, our spiritual food might feed others as well. Many times I have had opportunities to share with others what God has spiritually "fed" me. Oh, the importance of seeking God for our daily bread!
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.