It is snowing today. It's a bit heavy and the first snow of this year*. Terrific!
Heavy and sufficient snow means a good harvest of the coming year for most crops
and peasants*. It makes me think of the people who are starving and malnourished.
Though most people have escaped from starvation in most countries and areas of
the world, so many people are still stuck in the mud of starvation and poverty (this is sort of an odd-sounding metaphor to me- I made it a bit better, but still a bit odd to read, for me at least. Perhaps others disagree.)
It is reported by WHO that nowadays there are about 80.8 (this number would never be written out. Usually like: 80.8 billion so that the decimal isn’t written out but you don’t have to use so many zeros) billion people who
are in the situation of starvation and malnourishment in the world,
especially in Africa. So we should hold food dear, no matter whether it's rice or
meat, tough staple or fine staple (tough and fine staples are not concepts I am familiar with, I don’t think they translate well to English this way). Please don’t waste food. (if you start the sentence in the indicative mood I don’t think you should switch to imperative until after the sentence is over). Keep a mouth
to others who are starving. (This isn’t a phrase I’m familiar with. Maybe say, consider those who are starving as you eat what you’re fortunate enough to have)