If you don't have enough food, think of St. Francis.
The area where the Franciscans formerly dined houses a Museum today. Opposite the entrance to the museum premises we see the kitchen, and above the small window from where the Franciscans used to take their food, there is an inscription on the wall which testifies and reads in Latin since 1794 as follows: SI NON EST SATIS MENTE PAUPERTIS, which would mean If you aren't full enough, think of the poor ones.
For those who are not so familiar with the Franciscans and with Christianity, it would be interesting to mention how a young man, listening about the friars, Franciscans and St. Francis who founded the order of the Franciscans in the 13th century, wisely translated as follows: If you don't have enough food, think of St. Francis. Namely, the Franciscans are known for helping the poor, including at soup kitchens both locally and around the world.
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