Imagine if you need not look for food, that you would not have to work in order to pay for a delicious and decent meal 3x a day or more. You will just look up to the clouds in the sky and wait for them to rain down the food you want, which will give you nourishment and strength for the rest of the day. In the Bible, we see Yahweh (how God is addressed in Hebrew) providing manna, the bread from Heaven, each day to the Israelites when they were in the desert after their great escape from the slavery of Egypt (read Exodus chapter 16).
You take it for granted
Swallow Falls became lazy and gluttonous; and when you embrace laziness and gluttony, you become fat, demotivated, and negligent of your health. In such case, being big is not so great.
It is a good thing that we still have the capability to search for food. There is a benefit to both the soul and body when we work hard for the meals we consume daily, which will nourish and strengthen us in our day to day undertakings. The problem of world hunger is not just an issue of scarcity - Mahatma Gandhi has put it more bluntly yet succinctly, "(The) Earth provides enough to satisfy everyman’s need but not enough for any man’s greed."
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Bread, Work of Human Hands c/o Public Domain / Pixabay