That's your problem, not mine.
Jesus was a Socialist which is why **** worshippers like you hate him so much.
No, Jesus was a liberty-communist.
Socialism is when you bully people into working more by taxing them more.
Jesus did not bully people into submission, but rather implored them to see the light.
The miracle of the fish and the loaves was indeed a miracle of communal sharing, but everyone was satisfied with taking less so that everyone else could have some.
If you want to start making sacrifices for the greater good, you should do that. Wear warmer clothes and run the heat less. Use public transit instead of driving. Take better care of the things you have so you can buy less new things and thus waste less resources, including money.
Generally reducing your economic footprint is how you can rekindle the miracle of the fish and the loaves in your own personal economic niche, and you can do it with your own liberty, i.e. without taxing/burdening anyone else to give you more money and stuff than you are already getting in our hyperabundant industrial-consumer culture.