* In a world where there's so much to eat, why are so many starving? Amidst so much plenty, why aren't we satisfied? Believing the two are interrelated, Jung explores the spiritual and moral meaning of food; exposes inequities in current global food policy; and offers suggestions for alleviating physical hunger and spiritual malaise. Includes "Questions for Digestion." 160 pages, softcover from Augsburg.
"Hunger and Happiness" exposes the atrocities of a global food system whereby the affluent feed at the expense of others, but then goes on to explore how complicity in the hunger of others contributes to the spiritual malnourishment of those who otherwise are well fed.