Approximately 28,000 children die of starvation everyday. Many have asked ‘why does God allow this’ to no avail. Well, my friends – the answer has been found. God has apparently given up non-edible shrubbery as a means of communication and has moved on to edible fruit:
If you cut open a cantaloupe and hold it against your ear, you will hear the creative echo of God’s love and smell the sweet aroma of His enthusiastic compassion for the health and well-being of your body.
But as with most answers to the wackery that is God’s behaviour, another question arises.
Culture of the muskmelon [what Americans call 'cantaloupes'] spread westward over the Mediterranean area in the Middle Ages and was apparently common in Spain by the 15th century. Columbus carried seeds of it on his second voyage and had them planted on Isabela Island in 1494. This was doubtless its first culture in the New World. About this same time Charles VIII of France reputedly introduced muskmelons into central and northern Europe from Rome.
source: Plant Answers (emphasis/link added)
Why did God hate Native Americans?