just a tooth: food reliefs are like aid stations in a race. they can nourished the runners. but still moving forward to the finish line depends solely on runner's will. however abundant "aid stations" does not really equate to a runner's success.
no question that others are very willing to carry us and bring us to the finish line. but where's the glory in it? it's just going to be an "empty victory" for the runner. finishing "laspag" on our own two feet does not make the experience less fulfilling.
my point is "wala ko'y point."