Perek Shira: Dinner At The Homeless Shelter - Caviar and Fine Wine?
A starving pauper came the door of the great amora, Rava, begging for food to eat. Rava asked him what he would like to eat, to which he replied fattened chickens and old wine. "Aren't you asking a little much from the public which you expect to support you?" asked Rava. The pauper then had the nerve to start quoting pasukim and giving Rava a lecture about bitachon and how, when, and what we eat is all in Hashem's hands! Just then Rava's sister whom he hadn't seen in 13 years came to visit. She brought for him a gift... you guessed it, a fattened chicken and old wine. Rava then turned to the pauper and said (in his language) touché.
This says the Shiras Meir is the song of the Stuffed Chicken, "Bitchu BaHashem Adei Ad, Ki B'Ka Hashem Tzur Olamim", have faith in Hashem always... Smart people aren't guaranteed to make a living and unemployed paupers don't necessarily eat moldy bread. No matter what your status or level of wealth only Hashem decides where your next meal will come from and what's on the menu.