Dec. 18 I returned to my first trip to Maryinka. We took food to
people who live close to the front lines. This trip has made me think
whether we as a society are going to pass an exam for humanity.
were the first people to take food to the homes of the eldest
residents of Maryinka. It was a packet of rice, buckwheat, pasta,
sugar, a liter of sunflower oil and a couple of tins in sets. The
money for the food we collected though our group
am giving you this list of foods so that you understand how
insignificant it is for a ration of a person living in a city.