Ecclesiastes 5:17 — It is good, yea, it is beautiful, to eat and drink and to experience goodness with all his toils under the sun.
Exodus 25:2 — Of every man whose heart prompts him to give you shall take my offering.
Genesis 18:8 — Abraham stood over them and they did eat.
Genesis 24:19 — When she had finished drinking, she said, \'Let me draw water for your camels so they can drink their fill.
Gittin 61a — We support the non-Jewish poor along with the poor of Israel.
Grace After Meals — And may we never lack any good thing.
Isaiah 58:7 — Share your bread with the hungry and take the poor into your home.
Jeremiah 29:7 — Seek the peace of the city in which you live, for though its peace you shall have peace.
Leviticus 19:9-10 — And when you reap the harvest in your land, you shall not reap the corners of your field...You shall leave them for the poor and the stranger.
Leviticus 25:35-37 — When your brother Israelite is reduced to poverty and cannot support himself in the community, you shall uphold him...
L’Man Achai Prayer — Let me strive after good things for you.
Maimonides, Mishneh Torah Hilchot Issurai Mizbayach 7:11 — When you give food a hungry person, give him your best and sweetest food.
Mishnah Sofrim 3:14 — We must not eat food disgracefully and we must not throw food from place to place.
Moed Katan 9a — There is no happiness without eating and drinking.
Proverbs 9:2,5 — She has prepared the feast, provided the win, and also set the table...\'Come eat my food and drink the wine I have ready.\'
Psalm 82:4 — Rescue the lowly and the needy...
Rabbi Yisrael Salanter — True salvation can come only to a person who renders service to the community.
Rav Hai Gaon — Three possessions shall you prize, A field, a friend and a book.
Samuel 1:17 — \'Then\', said Eli, \'go in peace, and may the G-d of Israel grant you what you have requested.\'
Samuel I 22:22 — You are under my protection.
Samuel II 6:19 — (David) distributed to all the people...a loaf of bread, a portion of beef and a container of wine.
Sefer Maalot Hamiddot — When he chances on something to eat, he calls on his fellow to eat with him. Sometimes he even chooses food and places it before them.
Song of Songs 2:3 — Under its shadow I delighted to sit, and its fruit was sweet to my taste.
Ta’anit 20b — Whoever is in need, let that person come and eat.
Talmud Derech Eretz Zuta 9 — Always be happy when you are sitting at your table and those who are hungry are enjoying your hospitality.