Most of us are in sugar-burning mode all the time. We never fully use up our sugar stores before we eat the next meal that is easily converted to sugar.
…t is more about the perceived fear of the hunger persisting that derails us, not the hunger itself. We do not eat because we are hungry, but that we have been conditioned to think we will suffer if we do not.
For decades, we imagined democracy to be a supermarket, where you popped in whenever you needed something. Now we remember that democracy is a farm, where you reap what you sow.