God of food struggling with everyday needs everyday.Peasants and farmers are the 'God of food' for all of us. They work throughout the year like an ox of an animal in the fields without taking a nap which all of us usually take. They plough the fields, even if they don't have tractors or bulls to plough they themselves do it with extreme toil and hardwork under the scorching heat of summer, when we couldn't even stand for five minutes in that heat.
They sow the seeds with great comfort and enjoyment even if they don't have proper machineries for that, they do it by hand. The complete farmer family water the seeds regularly, morning and evening. And when the harvest is ready they all cut it.
Keeping not even a quarter for themselves they sell it out in the markets where the bulk retailers purchase from them in lower prices and thereafter sell them to local residents in higher prices.
What the farmer actually gets is sometimes not even able to fulfill their essential needs and everyday demands. They still suffer and struggle with their everyday needs. Getting nothing in return again they are back with the process of ploughing, sowing and harvesting.
The 'God of food' has to sleep sometimes empty stomach. Government has made many policies for them but are they sufficient? Are the policies really reaching to the peasants? Who is getting benefitted by them if the farmers are still struggling with their fates?
This is my entry to A Thread A Day Challenge