The fact that logic cannot satisfy us awakens an almost insatiable hunger for the irrational.
I acquired a hunger for fairy tales in the dark days of blackout and blitz in the Second World War.
A visual understanding of great composition and how to use a camera and expensive lenses can be learned, but drive and a real hunger for making photos and telling stories... I don't think that part can be learned. You either have that inside, or you don't.
There is a spiritual hunger in the world today - and it cannot be satisfied by better cars on longer credit terms.
Since the age of four, I've been exploring what I can do with the written word: everything from championing literacy and youth voice to raising awareness about world hunger.
Anyone who's watched 'The Hunger Games', or female archers, knows that that is an absolutely physiologically ridiculous idea.
We must recognize that anger only agitates and incites. It cannot squelch or satisfy the hunger for justice.
It is impossible for a lover of cats to banish these alert, gentle, and discriminating friends, who give us just enough of their regard and complaisance to make us hunger for more.
To survive, China had to open up to the West. It could not survive otherwise. This was after many millions have died of hunger in a country that was like North Korea is today. Once we became part of global competition, we had to agree to some rules. It's painful, but we had to. Otherwise there was no way to survive.
The Bush-Cheney administration had betrayed some basic American values. So there was hunger for change.